£ 8.50
Reading Beaches by Ted Fletcher
In Reading Beaches Ted Fletcher tells you how to be in the right place, at the right time and with the right detector and shows you how to identify the most productive search spots.

Contents: Introduction - Eyes Only - Clothing, Equipment & Safety - Fossils On The Foreshore - Flint Artefacts - Fish Traps - Ports - Wrecks & Hulks - Sand Dunes - Christianity On The Coast - Coastal Industries - Fresh Water - Science & Sand - 5,000 Years On A Foreshore - Groynes - Sovereigns On The Foreshore
80 pages, A5, 50+ illustrations
£ 12.00
Britain's First Coins - Chris RuddBritain’s First Coins takes a fresh look at British iron age coins. It contains 300 coin photos, most greatly enlarged to aid identification. 

For about 150 years, Britons minted their own tribal coins until the Romans stopped them in AD 43. During this brief period, about 100 rulers of a dozen different tribes issued no fewer than 1000 different coins. 2000 years later, the imaginative imagery of these ancient British coins remains unsurpassed. This was Britain's golden age of daring coin design.
The book is a crisp and colourful introduction to a fascinating series of ancient coins. Read it and you’ll want to start collecting them.

56 pages
A5 Paperback (210 x 148mm)
ISBN 978-0956688910
£ 15.00
War Coins of the Sun Warriors - Norman Rybot
War Coins of the Sun Warriors 
focuses on the iron age silver staters of the Coriosolites (The Sun Warriors) which have long been recognised as a key part of Britain’s imported coinage.

Contains 240 coins drawings with detailed descriptions to aid identification plus distribution maps. 


88 pages
A5 Paperback (210 x 148mm)
ISBN 978-0-9566889-4-1
£ 15.00
Boar Horse - Matthew RichBoar Horse covers the earliest silver coins of the Corieltavi (c.60 BC – AD 10) and catalogues 123 types and sub types.

Every coin is described in detail with enlarged drawings to make identification simple, with a guide to its rarity.

"One of the most beautiful, fascinating and complex coinages of the British Iron Age has finally received the attention it deserves” says Dr Philip de Jersey. "This superbly illustrated catalogue is the ideal handbook to guide collectors through the maze of types and varieties, many previously unpublished” says Dr John Sills. 

A5, 80 pages, paperback

ISBN: 978-0-9566889-2-7

£ 10.00

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