Coin Collector, issue 23

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Issue 23 of Coin Collector magazine transports you to Venice to highlight one of the numismatic world’s most beautiful issues. Plus, we ask what makes a coin rare, review Britain’s new coinage, explore the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of East Anglia, and much more.

On Sale: 22/12/2023

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In your jam-packed issue of Coin Collector magazine…

  • Ema Šikic explores the special coins produced for the Venetian nobility which were renowned for their quality and beauty.
  • Tim Wright concludes his exploration of British Celtic coins by examining hidden faces, the emergence of engraving and Roman subjects on coins.
  • Michael Burzan examines the krona currency of Oscar II – who was the last king of both Sweden and Norway.
  • Sebastian Wieschowski reviews the highs and lows of 2023 and looks forward to 2024.
  • The key role of Thomas Jefferson in the production of the 1792 Half Disme is explained by Jeff Garrett.
  • Denis Martin provides his personal take on what the word rarity in numismatics actually means.

Plus, we continue our exploration of the coinage of Emperor Gallienus; provide a guide to the Anglo-Saxon coinage of East Anglia; reveal an exciting new research project at the Fitzwilliam Museum; and take an in-depth look at the new UK definitive coinage.


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