The Gold Sovereign Series - available NOW
The new edition of Michael Marsh's THE GOLD SOVEREIGN, now entitled The Gold Sovereign Series, is available NOW! Once again it has been updated by Steve with all new sovereigns and fractionals issued since 2017 added, Also, for the very first time, the five sovereign and two sovereign coins are included too, all in one hardbound, profusely illustrated 272-page volume, making this the absolutely definitive work on the iconic series. This long-awaited second edition is available to order today priced at £39.95 and comes complete with an accompanying price and rarity guide.
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The Mint in India
Volume 58, Number 7 / July 2021
Getting back to normal BY the time you read this we will know whether or not the June 21 date for completely unlocking the country and going “restriction free” has been kept to or whether the Indian variant (or the Thai variant announced recently, or indeed any other variant) of Covid-19 has scuppered those plans once again. For the sake of this “Comment” let’s assume that the variants haven’t been enough to push that date back and as this magazine lands on your doormat/in your inbox, we are, for now at least, welcoming a brave new post-Covid world, or a post-Covid UK anyway. What does...Find out more Free trial issue
The worlds' only independent magazine devoted to medals and battles. Published 10 times per year, the magazine features articles, news, auction reports and the world renowned Medal Tracker service, invaluable when searching for lost medals and trying to re-unite broken groups. This service, like the classified advertising, is free to subscribers. Also included is the "what's on" section that lets collectors know about fairs, societies, auctions etc.
Volume 59, Number 6 / June 2021
Grave concerns ON April 22 the BBC ran a news story stating that the Prime Minister was “deeply troubled” by the report by a special committee of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC), chaired by Sir Tim Hitchens, KCVO, CMG. The committee was appointed to probe the early history of the Imperial War Graves Commission (IWGC) to identify inequalities in the way the organisation commemorated the dead of the British Empire from the two world wars. The report concluded that “In conflict with the organisation’s founding principles, it is estimated that between 45,000 and 54,000...Find out more Free trial issue
The Mint in India
Getting back to normal BY the time you read this we will know whether or not the June 21 date for completely unlocking the country and going “restriction free” has been kept to or whether the Indian variant (or the Thai variant announced recently, or indeed any other variant) of Covid-19 has...Read more
Very sadly we have just heard that because of the extension to the Coronavirus restrictions announced on Monday the Britannia Medal Fair, due to be held on Sunday, July 11 has been cancelled. Let's hope that by November things are a little different and that show can go ahead. We'll keep you...Read more
We have just received this message from the organisers of the London, Midland and York Coin Fairs. "Further to the Government's decision to delay the removal of Covid 19 restrictions, we have spoken to the venues and can now confirm that both the London Coin Fair on the 3rd July, and the...Read more