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Any idea when the CCGB 2010 will be available.

Mark

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Coins 728x90

Yes, sorry, I ought to put something on rotographic.com.

I'm delaying it slightly this year, probably until December as I have some of the 2009 edition that I'd like to at least partially sell out of first. I had too many printed after the success of the 2008 edition (with the free coins, which did very well).

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Yes, sorry, I ought to put something on rotographic.com.

I'm delaying it slightly this year, probably until December as I have some of the 2009 edition that I'd like to at least partially sell out of first. I had too many printed after the success of the 2008 edition (with the free coins, which did very well).

Is there anyway I can pay now and pre-order a copy.

Mark

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As usual Chris as soon as they are ready can i have a copy??

Cheers

been away for a while but back on now. Doen the site over as well www.myfarthings.co.uk

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James

Good to see you back...how ever you find time to hold down a job and produce a web site beats me.

I've got a massive back log of coins to catalogue.....months work made no easier by Mr Goodes efforts to check over my existing 1/4ds.

A few years back I remember your wife bought you some gold for Xmas....good on her and take the profit.....I just still get the socks and aramis.

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James

Good to see you back...how ever you find time to hold down a job and produce a web site beats me.

I've got a massive back log of coins to catalogue.....months work made no easier by Mr Goodes efforts to check over my existing 1/4ds.

A few years back I remember your wife bought you some gold for Xmas....good on her and take the profit.....I just still get the socks and aramis.

She has bought me a fancy camera this year!!! Talking about back log of coins? i have about 400 farthings to look at and Christmas is just around the corner as well.

Ah well will get some done tonight!

Cheers

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As usual Chris as soon as they are ready can i have a copy??

Cheers

been away for a while but back on now. Doen the site over as well www.myfarthings.co.uk

Nice job - just need to correct you on 1914 and 1915 farthings (haven't looked further than Geo V) - there are TWO known varieties of each farthing for those dates (a different obverse introduced in 1914). Also, in 1918, there is only 1 obverse and reverse - the "variety" as such, is that some farthings were darkened at the Mint like pre-1918s, others were issued with full lustre.

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As usual Chris as soon as they are ready can i have a copy??

Cheers

been away for a while but back on now. Doen the site over as well www.myfarthings.co.uk

Nice job - just need to correct you on 1914 and 1915 farthings (haven't looked further than Geo V) - there are TWO known varieties of each farthing for those dates (a different obverse introduced in 1914). Also, in 1918, there is only 1 obverse and reverse - the "variety" as such, is that some farthings were darkened at the Mint like pre-1918s, others were issued with full lustre.

Hi Chris

Believe it or not i was just looking at those 2 pages, was checking the coins that i have and realised my error!! Both have been changed.

I have said "Varieties" though as you say some may not strictly be a variety but as you say merely a Dark/Light one. but i thought i would keep it easy.

Saying that i am going to put on the pages where these are, a bit about why they did it.

Cheers

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As usual Chris as soon as they are ready can i have a copy??

Cheers

been away for a while but back on now. Doen the site over as well www.myfarthings.co.uk

Nice job - just need to correct you on 1914 and 1915 farthings (haven't looked further than Geo V) - there are TWO known varieties of each farthing for those dates (a different obverse introduced in 1914). Also, in 1918, there is only 1 obverse and reverse - the "variety" as such, is that some farthings were darkened at the Mint like pre-1918s, others were issued with full lustre.

Apart from the rare 1915 I've got them all (well the darkened 1918 has been ordered)

Only 1953 has produced a few varieties....I'm sure there must be more.

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i have an interesting copper one posted around the site which is, from what i have seen completly unlisted, but yea i like the site

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