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OK ! I'll challenge our experts to come up with just a grading for Henry II Tealby issues!

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The book does'nt stretch that far geordie ;)

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Just to let you know, I bought the Kindle edition of this. It is SO HELPFUL! Thank you!

Are there any plans for future editions, with more illustrations etc?

It's a great book, NV, and could only get better by an expansion! Just about everyone on here has a copy! It's definitely a good starting place for any debate on grade! :)

Edit: the author is a member on here!

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Good to hear from you Geordie :)

It is one of those ...nice for issue.

Ed 1 1d's early issues were awful and in my lessor informed days several went back.

I then appreciated a decent one would cost a fortune(for an early Ed 1)

You either like it our you don't that is why with hammered I'm a type collector.

I had to have my Bury mints though.

Moving forward 17C/18C copper is generally crap so it is eye appeal for me every time.

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I had to have my Bury mints though.

One for you, Peter. Tealby of Bury.

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Clive just trying to make me even more jealous!!! Chris, If you do venture into the murky depths of Hammered for a book then you can use any of my coins on Omnicoin (for the lower end of the scale!)

WARNING. The collection does wander a bit in coverage!

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I had to have my Bury mints though.

One for you, Peter. Tealby of Bury.

Bury1.jpg

Bury2.jpg

:o Probably why I don't pursue Tealby. :blink:

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