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From what I remember, if you buy the hardback of this book, it comes with a DVD also.

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Given this has now reached 7 pages, is there any way of indexing, or having sub-folders so that similar areas are grouped together? e.g. British Milled, British hammered, European, Tokens, Rest of World - obviously not exhaustive.

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Just now, Rob said:

Given this has now reached 7 pages, is there any way of indexing, or having sub-folders so that similar areas are grouped together? e.g. British Milled, British hammered, European, Tokens, Rest of World - obviously not exhaustive.

Yeah can do, the only way I can think to do it is just to group all similar links into one post, then the next group the the next post etc. I'll add it to the to-do list.

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On 22/11/2016 at 2:32 PM, Rob said:

Given this has now reached 7 pages, is there any way of indexing, or having sub-folders so that similar areas are grouped together? e.g. British Milled, British hammered, European, Tokens, Rest of World - obviously not exhaustive.

Here you go gents. Suggestions welcome.

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19 hours ago, azda said:

If you are overcharged for import fees (20% instead of 5% for coins) you should fill the form linked with any supporting documentation for a refund of the overcharge

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/581510/bor286.pdf

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17 minutes ago, azda said:

Just bumped into this while reading an article on coin world.com This is an American price guide for British coins, how accurate depends on what you collect i guess

 

http://www.coinworld.com/content/dam/cw/coinvalues/foreign/2016/090516%20-%20%20British%20Values.pdf

That's pretty interesting, added to the price guide section

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On 2/1/2017 at 1:15 PM, Nordle11 said:

That's pretty interesting, added to the price guide section

It is interesting, and even in dollars, some of the values quoted fair make one gasp :o 

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What happened with the 1853 farthings!! The most common copper date and yet priced higher than some of the tougher dates....anyone want to buy some really cheap 1853 farthings ;)

Interesting though..thanks for sharing

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