New from Token Publishing and available now
This brand new book looks at the Royal Marine Recipients of the prestigious Distinguished Service Cross and the Distinguished Service Medal since their inception. Transcribed from the original announcements in the London Gazette coupled with the recommendations from the National Archives in Kew this book is essential reading for any collector of awards to Royal Marines and indeed anyone interested in the wider history of the Corps.
120 pages, softcover A4
ISBN : 978-1-908828-40-8
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.
A Coin for Brexit
Volume 55, Number 7 / July 2018
A coin for Brexit? AS we go to press we learn of a call from some MPs for the Royal Mint to strike a “Brexit” coin to commemorate our leaving the European Union next year (this assuming we do, let’s not get into that right now…). Following what is being called by some as a “demand” for the coin, it is understood that the ExchequerSecretary to the Treasury, Robert Jenrick, has signalled that there could be an argument for the coin and that it could be used to “commemorate the next chapter in our national story”. Now without getting into the argument about Brexit itself, Lord knows it is...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.
Home Front in World War I
Volume 56, Number 6 / June 2018
Why do they matter? THE recent call by Lord Guthrie and assorted others for there to be yet another look at the case for a Bomber Command Medal (see News & Views) shows that this matter really will not go away any time soon. One would imagine that the Bomber Command Veterans feel that if they shout loud enough their case will be heard, after all the Arctic Convoy and the Suez Veterans carried on their campaign until they got the outcome they wanted so why shouldn’t those in favour of a Bomber Command Medal do the same? There is no point in re-hashing my own feelings on this debate here,...Find out more Free trial issue
DNW to run Britannia
<p>Dix Noonan Webb, Britain’s biggest auctioneer of orders, medals and decorations, has just announced that they have bought the Britannia Medal Fair to ensure that it can remain at the Victory Services Club, the central London venue where it has attracted dealers and collectors for more than...Read more
A Coin for Brexit
A coin for Brexit? AS we go to press we learn of a call from some MPs for the Royal Mint to strike a “Brexit” coin to commemorate our leaving the European Union next year (this assuming we do, let’s not get into that right now…). Following what is being called by some as a “demand” for the...Read more
We have been informed of the theft of the medals of a former member of the R.E.M.E. The theft took place in Derby from his home in May 2018, Afghanistan medal medal issued to 30062968 Cpl A. Bloomer R.E.M.E and his UN Cyprus medal and other related items.<br /><br />Any information please contact...Read more