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Status of new Book

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Hopefully there has been progress on Clive's new book

On British Gold Sovereigns 1817 to date, Title TBC:

An all new book by a respected gold coin specialist on British gold sovereigns, their varieties, rarity and values.

With the new update to Marsh's Gold Sovereign, it will be very intersting to see the differences in the two books. I look forward to obtaining both books. 

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21 hours ago, Exbrit Manx said:

Hopefully there has been progress on Clive's new book

On British Gold Sovereigns 1817 to date, Title TBC:

An all new book by a respected gold coin specialist on British gold sovereigns, their varieties, rarity and values.

With the new update to Marsh's Gold Sovereign, it will be very intersting to see the differences in the two books. I look forward to obtaining both books. 

Interesting, didn't realise there was another in the pipeline, i believe the updated Marsh is already out? It combines both half and full. Which Clive is the author?

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The information I have regarding The Marsh update is that it will be released on the 23rd. From what I understand it combined the half, full and now quarter sovereigns into one book. It also documents the sovereigns post 2002. Other than that, the information is basically unchanged. I am hoping that it includes the work Iverson and Hill conducted on the Victoria Jubilee head. 

The other book is posted on the Rotographic home page and is being written by Clive King. I am really interested in seeing his work as it contains variations. 

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It's now listed as currently postponed - anyone know what's going on?

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On 6/1/2018 at 7:20 AM, Mr T said:

It's now listed as currently postponed - anyone know what's going on?

read the last posts

 

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Ah thanks - just as well I ordered the new Gold Sovereign book yesterday then.

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