|Dimensions||L 22.3 x W 14.5 cm|
The Bronze Coinage of Great Britain
This updated reprint of The Bronze Coinage of Great Britain is the most complete standard reference catalogue ever published on pennies, half-pennies and farthings, from the introduction of British bronze coinage in 1860, the year in which the popular and well-known ‘bun’ head issues appeared, up to and including the decimal coins of today.
Full descriptions and over 280 detailed photographs make identification of every known variety simple. Not only are all currency issues listed, but also every type of variety of patterns, proofs and other trial strikings – those extremely rare coins incorporating designs never adopted as currency. An additional feature, seldom covered in catalogues, is the vital Valuations List. This has been completely updated to reflect current market values.
Condition: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages
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