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**NEW - PUBLISHED DECEMBER 2022**
Spink Coins of England and the United Kingdom 58th Edition 2023
(Post Decimal volume - Hardback)
For the past five editions the Standard Catalogue of British Coins has been separated into two volumes, with the decimal issues under Elizabeth II listed in a separate volume from the pre-Decimal coinages.
This Decimal Issues volume lists all individual coins and sets issued by the Royal Mint since 1971 (and in circulation since 1968), offering an authoritative catalogue of all modern British coins.
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Identifying Roman Coins by Reece, R. & James, S.
Hardback, 60 pages, black & white illustrations
(Reprint with new cover)
This book aims to produce an easily usable visual recognition guide to Roman coins. The author's chronological presentation follows and identifies major reverse types from the first to the late fourth centuries AD. Dr Reece's text outlines interesting aspects of the coinage, the issues, mints, points to look out for etc, together with a select bibliography which acts as guidance for those who wish to look deeper at the subject. All the illustrations – line drawings for greater clarity and ease of recognition – have explanatory notes.
Anyone who finds Roman coins, either by excavation or by chance, collects and studies them, will find this book an invaluable guide to the series. The cover has been newly updated for 2021, but the content remains the same.
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4TH EDITION - PUBLISHED OCTOBER 2020
This comprehensive guide has been fully revised and updated this year. The fourth edition of this standard reference catalogue is now in full colour and the entire catalogue has been repriced. The catalogue now features a completely new section on the Anglo-Gallic coinage, namely those coins struck in France by the kings and princes of England between 1154 and 1453.
280 pages, A5, Hardback
Full Colour. £40.00
SCEATTA LIST - TONY ABRAMSON
3rd EDITION 2021 **NEW**
Sceattas, or Sceats as they are often called, are regularly found by detectorists but are not so easy to identify. This book, with its hundreds of photographs and detailed descriptions, allows the reader not only to identify a coin with ease, but also gives a precise valuation in two conditions – a must have book for every detectorist and coin collector.
This third edition of Sceatta List takes the number of varieties listed and illustrated to beyond seven hundred. It builds on the work of pioneers in the field - Rigold, Metcalf, Blackburn and Gannon.
The volume is essentially for – and essential to – collectors, curators, cataloguers, detectorists and dealers, among others, and includes guidance on scarcity and values.
Hardback, 424 pages £50