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  1. I will "swing by" the LCA auction, as the English expression has it so I can probably at least get you a coffee for the trouble 🙂
  2. Well, yes... If I could pick them up from somewhere in London between June 1st and 3rd, I can buy a reasonable (small) number of books off you and carry them in my checked luggage on my way back to Australia?
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    This guy always has these rare Australian crowns... https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Australian-1938-KGVI-Caseys-Cartwheel-Crown/303148406811 I bought one (gave him the benefit of the doubt, and the photo was blurry so not immediately obvious as fake). Wasn't even silver. He refunded immediately and sent me a note that he was "horrified" to learn it was fake; he bought a bucketload of them apparently "from a garage sale" (Aliexpress, rather?), and is still selling them. ps has other accounts too, with the same coin descriptions, but always with new photos.
  4. Personally, I would advise the owner of the site to get https. It's a pain in the backside to get it running; it took me half a day to configure it on my site, and I am (sort of) competent as server admin. But, on the other hand, he will just get someone more competent than myself to do it for him. The reason I recommend it is not security only, but also that recently Google started "punishing" sites that don't have https - they are considered unsafe, and get lower search ranking. In other words, you lose visibility and visitors.
  5. Exactly what I am trying to achieve 🙂 But I also want to have "present value" of that money, so I apply inflation correction based on OECD data. Long term, I want to be able to track "return on investment" over a period. And yes, I know coin collecting is a hobby and not a sound investment strategy as such but I want solid figures to a) back this statement, and b) hopefully find some exceptions to the case.
  6. Would you be willing to donate some, or maybe just allow me to borrow them for a short period? I only need to copy the data, long-term I don't need the actual books, my wife is already complaining about the two bookshelves I have taken over for the purpose. I suppose I could just take photos of the pages or something.
  7. It's not even a post... I am trying to edit my profile, and just adding one word - "Australia" to the location field?
  8. I can tell you why I want them, and maybe you can give me a hint of what I need? Specifically... for my site, I need old pricing data so I need books like Remick (I have the third edition only) with extensive listings, and coin prices in a usable form (e.g. not "between 1 and 10 pounds depending on grade", as some books tend to have). I put these into a CSV, then import it into the site, mangle the data with some basic arithmetic (e.g. apply inflation data, then make a linear regression), then generate price graphs and trends. You can see an example here: https://onlinecoin.club/Coins/Country/New_Zealand/Half_Crown_1940/ for the NZ Centennial Crown - note the tables and the graphs, and see FAQs for background. Currently, I only have these for New Zealand (thanks to the publishers of the John Bertrand catalogues allowing me to use their data) and a handful of others, but I want to expand to all other countries. The site is under construction, but eventually I hope it will cover basically everything (or a reasonable part thereof).
  9. I am trying to add my location (Australia) to my profile - and nothing else - but the profile edit form comes back with: 403 ERROR Sorry but the page you have requested has encountered the following error: Forbidden Please feel free to browse the rest of my website You may also use the "Search" feature to find the product you are looking for I apologise for the inconvenience.
  10. I was told that the Charing Cross collector's market is a good place to visit on my trip to London. Can you give me any advice/feedback on it? I'll have two small children in tow, is there anything else there to keep them occupied while I am looking at coins? Also (to avoid starting a new topic), can I find something interesting at the Portobello Rd market or is that going to be a waste of time? My time in London will be, sadly, very limited.
  11. I will be travelling to Europe next week and will spend some time in London. I was wondering if you can recommend some second-hand book shop/s where I can find old coin catalogues or books? By "old" I mean anything older than, say, 20 years.
  12. Not sure about this... I've had trouble selling a slabbed coin in Australia, the feedback was the opposite - dealers and serious collectors would not touch it. I ended up selling it in a Facebook group for amateurs.
  13. Pavel

    Royal Mint Circulation figures

    Thanks for the link. The earlier version they had (in table form) was more convenient, but at least the mintages for the larger denominations are back (for a long while, they only had 1/2 through 20p, and the page for the rest was giving "not found" error).
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    10p a-z

    Thanks @Unwilling Numismatist The site doesn't list mintages and there are no individual descriptions of the coins, so I'll have to write my own 😞 "very first A to Z coin hunt" it says - so we can expect more of this type of thing in the coming years... Trying to get a full date run of UK circulating coins becomes sort of problematic now, I guess.
  15. Pavel

    10p a-z

    Thanks Paddy. I'll keep checking the Mint's site, but as you said - it's not updated too often and with too many details 😞
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