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Are you collecting modern coins? Do you know which ones are the true rarities and which ones are worth a small fortune? Everyday someone somewhere is telling us that such and such a coin is worth £1000s or lists something on an online auction for stupid money and, before you know it, it has become the "truth", with excited collectors desperately loking for the next "rarity". Sadly a lot of the time those stories are complete rubbish and the coin supposedly worth big money is worth just face value - but there are some coins that you can pick up in your change today that ARE worth far more than you might think and this new publication will tell you exactly what they are - as well as helping you avoid paying far too much for suppsoed rarities that are anything but!
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Features include: numismatic news; a "what's on" section that lets collectors know about fairs, societies, auctions etc.; an "ancients" section; "market scene" - where you can find out what has been happening in the sale rooms; information on tokens; numismatic book reviews; a banknote section and a directory that allows readers to see what lists the main dealers are offering that month.
Volume 55, Number 9 / September 2018
Of bunnies and bears A RATHER interesting phenomenon was witnessed on the second day of the recent York Coin Fair in July—lots of people in on day two! Those of you who have ever attended the second day of a two day fair will know that it isn’t the hotbed of activity you might find at 9.30am on day one. The serious collectors have all been in, the bargains, the “mistakes”, have all been picked over and the people you get through the door are generally the new collectors, the curious and those who just couldn’t make it the day before. The York show was no different in terms of who attended...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.
Man for the job
Volume 56, Number 8 / September 2018
Convention Call HAVING recently returned from Denver and the annual Orders and Medals Society of America (OMSA) Convention, I would like to use this month’s comment as an appeal. To be honest OMSA was not a great success this year. It was wonderful to see so many old friends and the social aspect of the trip was, as ever, excellent—but from a business perspective? It wasn’t great. The reason it wasn’t great is simple: there weren’t enough people there. I was told that there were 102 registered to attend but that there had been a number of cancellations in the two weeks prior to the event,...Find out more Free trial issue
<p>Yes the "season" starts with a bang at the end of this month with the BNTA's flagship COINEX show being held at the County Hall, London (the usual venue of the Millennium Hotel is undergoing a refit). This will be the 40th anniversary show and will be a much bigger event with many more...Read more
Spend it? Save it?
<p>Our BRAND NEW guide to decimal circulating coins (and a few others!) is available NOW. On sale in Tesco and W H Smith Travel from September 6 and in W H Smith High Street from Sptember 12 this brand new book is the essential guide to the coins in your purse or pocket. Is that Peter Rabbit 50p...Read more
Man for the job
Convention Call HAVING recently returned from Denver and the annual Orders and Medals Society of America (OMSA) Convention, I would like to use this month’s comment as an appeal. To be honest OMSA was not a great success this year. It was wonderful to see so many old friends and the social...Read more