New Krause - available NOW
Despite Krause's parent company having a few issues (they filed for bankruptcy protection in March) the new editions of the Standard Catalog of World Coins 1801-1900 and the Standard Catalog of World Papermoney Volume III (modern issues. 1961- present) have both made it across the pond and we have limited quantities in stock - order your copies from our shop today!
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 56, Number 4 / April 2019
Market forces IN THIS month’s magazine we include an interview with Richard Lobel of Coincraft. The interview was originally supposed to concentrate on Richard’s 60+ years in business, however, as is often the case with these things, the topic strayed a little onto to subject of the secondary market for new issues. Now there can be no doubt that the new issues boom is creating a new generation of collector, people who are once again searching through their pockets and purses to find the latest Beatrix Potter 50p or “Alphabet” 10p. There are hundreds, if not thousands of new collectors out...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.
Medals to Women
Volume 57, Number 4 / April 2019
Always a story FORMER curator of the Lord Ashcroft collection, Michael Naxton, one of the people who has handled more Victoria Crosses than you or I could ever dream of, has submitted a very interesting letter for publication this month on the subject of the Victoria Cross featured in the February edition of MEDAL NEWS. Michael points out that whilst the “first VC” awarded to Charles Lucas and now housed at the National Maritime Museum is not the original as we know (see MEDAL NEWS, February 2019), it is unlikely to be an official replacement. Michael contends that one doesn’t need his...Find out more Free trial issue
Aldersot Medal Fiar
Just a quick reminder that the next Aldershot Medal Fair will be held this coming Sunday, April 28, at the Princes Hall, Princes Way, Aldershot, Hampshire, GU11 1NX. The Token Team will be stalling out this time (we don't always make the spring one) but get there early (from 9.30pm) as come...Read more
Michael Maton RIP
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of one of our most prolific authors, Michael Maton, who died, aged 85, on April 13 after a short illness. Michael Maton is known to many of you as the author of a number of books on orders, medals and decorations. His first book THE...Read more
Medals to Women
Always a story FORMER curator of the Lord Ashcroft collection, Michael Naxton, one of the people who has handled more Victoria Crosses than you or I could ever dream of, has submitted a very interesting letter for publication this month on the subject of the Victoria Cross featured in the...Read more