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  1. Ah, I see. Thanks for the information.
  2. Thanks for the Link Accumulator. It sounds most interesting.
  3. RobJ

    More mystery coins Japanese?

    Ah, there is a Video Clip there. It didn't show up on my Mobile Phone. lol I've changed my settings and I can see it now.
  4. RobJ

    More mystery coins Japanese?

    Are these mystery Japanese coins invisible?
  5. RobJ

    1937 Threepence

    Sorry Colin. Overlapped Post.
  6. RobJ

    1937 Threepence

    It looks like George VI to me.
  7. Ah, OK. Very nice coins all the same.
  8. Indeed. I find anything like that infinitely fascinating.
  9. Can you not also tell if it is a Proof Issue if the edge is Plain as opposed to Milled? Or does that not apply to all Proof Issues?
  10. RobJ


    Nice introduction. Welcome to the Forum.
  11. That's the one! Yes, I did notice that there were a few mistakes in there as well. I think that it is handy little guide as it gives you an idea on the Mintage figures. As they are taken from the 'Coin Yearbook' it will save me having to carry that around with me as it contains the same information. I think that is a great little Booklet!
  12. I purchased a rather interesting little 'Booklet' the other. It is entitled 'Pocket Money Guide' and was published in 1968. It is basically a pocket sized Guide on which coins to look out for in your change. The prices and Mintages came from 'The Coin Monthly Year Book' of the same year. It covers Farthings to Half Crowns from 1838 to 1967. It also has information on the 'History of Money' 'How money was and is made' Grading, Cleaning Coins and a small section dealing with the 'New' Decimal Coinage that was coming. It is a fascinating little read. It is so nice to see what coins were valued at then compared to now, and I think that it's great to see them priced in L/S/D. It is all out of date now of course, but it is still a nice little guide. It is well worth the £2 that I purchased it for and I will take it with me on my future coin buying expiditions.
  13. RobJ

    Test Token?

    Agreed. After all, it's not only a piece of history but it is also the history of the piece.