The New and Revised Coin Yearbook 2022
The new 2022 edition of the Coin Yearbook is fully revised and updated, it features accurate up-to-the-minute pricing of English, Scottish, Irish and Island coins and many more features.
Bronze Age in Shropshire: A Partnership with the British Museum
The British Museum and Shropshire Museums develop a Partnership Gallery focusing on the local life from the Ice Age to the Romans. Coin lovers can admire the Claverley Stater Hoard, an assortment of North Eastern and Western gold coins rarely found together.
Treasure Island Jersey Buys Famous Celtic Hoard
Jersey is truly a treasure island: Two enormous hoards of Celtic coins were discovered on the Channel island. Now Jersey Heritage has bought a large portion of “Le Câtillon I”. The coins will be studied and exhibited on the island.
Britain’s Iron Age Coin Catalogue “ABC” Available Online
If you need to research Iron Age coins from Britain you have a new tool at hand: the University of Oxford provides online access to the most comprehensive typology on the subject, the Ancient British Coins catalogue – for free.
2020 North Book Prize Goes to John Sills
The British Numismatic Society awarded their 2020 North Book Price to Dr John Sills for his book “Divided Kingdoms: The Iron Age Old Coinage of southern England”. With more than 10,000 Celtic gold coins catalogued it is a unique work of reference.
The Caratacus Stater: the Most Wanted Coin of the Most Wanted Man in the...
A unique gold stater of Caratacus, Britain’s famous freedom fighter resisting the Roman invasion, has just been discovered and is about to be sold at auction. Chris Rudd presents what we know about Caratacus’ life and his coins.
The New Coin Yearbook 2021
The updated Coin Yearbook 2021 is an independent price guide and collector’s handbook for coins from the British isles. The new edition features expanded sections on Britannia coins, Isle of Man coinage and the latest issues from the Royal Mint.
The Celtic Coins of Riegel am Kaiserstuhl
Did you know that the main trade hub of the Celts was located at the Upper Rhine? Archaeologists found 46 settlements between Basel and Karlsruhe! And a hoard of gold coins. Falko Weis wrote a monograph about it. Ursula Kampmann took a look at the book.
Our Cartoon: Franklin’s World
Philologist, numismatist and cartoonist Claire Franklin provides insight into her daily thoughts. Recently, somewhere in Celtic Europe...
The Coin Yearbook 2020 Now Available
The Coin Yearbook 2020 is an independent price guide and collector’s handbook for the coin hobby, with features which include accurate up-to-date valuations for all English, Scottish, Irish and Island (Channel & Isle of Man) coins in an updated edition for 2020.