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July 2010's News

Banknote error?

According to news reports security printers De La Rue, who print banknotes for over 150 countries (including England), have suspended production amidst fears that sub-standard paper has been used. The company has so far refused to confirm whether or not notes using the paper, which "failed to meet… Read more or leave comments Posted on Thurs, 22 July 2010 by Phil Mussell
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No Comment!

The Editor's "Comment" is one of those features that always seems to stimulate debate - many of you are kind enough to tell us how much you like it, others are kind enough to tell us why you don't - and we value both lots of input believe me. Invariably the subject of the Editor's "Comment" will… Read more or leave comments Posted on Tues, 20 July 2010 by Phil Mussell
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York sucess

Lovely to see so many people at the York Coin Show this past weekend - the Friday was absolutely heaving and whilst Saturday was, inevitably, slower it was still an enjoyable weekend! The next show at the Racecourse isn't until January but we're hoping to get up to Eddie Smith's Leeds show before… Read more or leave comments Posted on Mon, 19 July 2010 by Phil Mussell
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The Standard Catalogue of Provincial Notes of England and Wales is here!

The Standard Catalogue of Provincial Notes of England and Wales is here! Although we're officially launching the Catalogue this weekend at York, Roger Outing's fantastic new catalogue is available now! Listing as many provincial notes as have ever come on the market this incredible new work is guaranteed to become THE reference work on this fascinating subject. There is… Read more or leave comments Posted on Mon, 12 July 2010 by Phil Mussell
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Who next for notes?

With the phasing out of the "Elgar" note we now have the situation that the £50, £10 and £5 are from one "series" with the £20 from the next - which must mean that somewhere in the corridors of the Bank of England there is someone whose job it is to draw up a shortlist of… Read more or leave comments Posted on Fri, 2 July 2010 by Phil Mussell
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