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Coin Year Book 2005


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The new edition of this acclaimed work is now available!!

Published in October 2004 The COIN YEARBOOK 2005 is the INDEPENDENT price guide and collector's handbook for the coin hobby. THE 2005 YEARBOOK IS FULLY REVISED AND UPDATED - THE PERFECT ACCESSORY AT SHOWS, WHILST BROWSING THE INTERNET OR CHECKING DEALERS LISTS.

With accurate up-to-the-minute valuations for all English, Scottish, Irish and Island coins, the COIN YEARBOOK covers: * Ancient Coin Used in Britain * Hammered Coinage 1066-1663 * Milled Coinage * Modern Coinage * All included in the BLUE PAGES SECTION for easier reference.

This year the BLUE PAGES themselves have been revised - gone is the blue paper that often made the photographs difficult to see and instead a blue margin on white paper indicates where the price guide starts and ends - giving much sharper images throughout.

As well as the price guide there are useful sections not found in any similar publication including: A Coin Collector’s Review of the Past Year; A guide to buying on the Internet, A Comprehensive Guide to Latest Auction Prices; Storage of coins; Directories of Coin Dealers, Booksellers and Auctioneers; Guide to important Museums and Libraries; Treasure and you – a Guide to Treasure Trove and other Numismatic Law; Care of Coins; Guides to Mint Marks and Denominations of the World; A Glossary of Coin Terms; Coin Inscriptions and a host of other articles designed to help you with your hobby - all this plus the index to COIN NEWS for the past year - invaluable

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