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  1. Government of the Falkland Islands: 35th Anniversary of Liberation Ceremony

    Government of the Falkland Islands: 35th Anniversary of Liberation Ceremony
    The Government of the Falklands gifted Liberation coins to the students of the Falklands Islands Community School to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the Falklands Liberation. 
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  2. Best Places to Find Out More About Coin Collecting

    Best Places to Find Out More About Coin Collecting
    There are a number of reasons why people begin coin collecting; it could be as a hobby to pass the time, or to learn more about the past or even to make a little money. Whatever the reason is, every coin collector has the same passion, coins.
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  3. Looking After Your New Coin Collection

    Looking After Your New Coin Collection
    To uphold your coin’s value, it is important to keep them as protected as possible. Any scratches, smearing or discolouration could cause the value of your coin to drop. A coin collection is one of the easiest collections to manage. Whereas many collections might require you to keep the items clean, with a coin collection it is advised you don’t clean your coins at all.
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  4. Getting Started with Coin Collecting - How to Find Quality Coins and Avoid Damage

    Getting Started with Coin Collecting - How to Find Quality Coins and Avoid Damage
    Whether you are just starting to collect coins, or if you’ve been collecting for years, you want to have the very best coins in your collection. Knowing what to look for when starting a collection can be difficult. A lot of coin buying is done online, which makes it harder to know if the coin you want to buy is genuine or not.
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  5. Bi-metallic Coins – A Beginner’s Guide

    Bi-metallic Coins – A Beginner’s Guide
    Bi-metallic coins, also part of the mixed metals category, are those which are made from two (bi) metals or alloys. While there are differing types, the most common arrangement features an outer ring with contrasting centre. Common examples in circulation include the British £2 as well as €1 and €2.
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  6. Isle of Man Sporting Coins – a Celebration of Sporting History

    Isle of Man Sporting Coins – a Celebration of Sporting History
    There have been some incredible moments in the history of sport. Not only have we had some incredible events but we’ve also been witnesses to several huge personal and national achievements.
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  7. New Numismatist’s Glossary – All the Terms you Need to Know

    New Numismatist’s Glossary – All the Terms you Need to Know
    Numismatist is the study of money and the history of its varied forms. Although numismatists are usually associated with studying coins, it also includes the study of banknotes, stock certificates, medals, medallions and tokens.
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  8. Princess Charlotte and her Coins

    Princess Charlotte and her Coins
    Coins with a royal connection have always been a popular choice among collectors, with commemorative coins acting as wonderful mementos of royal celebrations such as birthdays, anniversaries and of course, royal births.
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  9. Our Favourite Isle of Man 50p Coins

    Our Favourite Isle of Man 50p Coins
    The Isle of Man has released numerous coins, many of them being 50p coins, over the years. Two of the main themes for these coins are the annual TT Races held in the Isle of Man and of course the traditional Christmas holiday.
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  10. The American Presidents in coins – A Retrospective

    The American Presidents in coins – A Retrospective
    There have been numerous Presidents of the United States of America since the first, George Washington, in the 18th century. With the presidential elections over, we take a look back at some of the previous American Presidents who have been commemorated in coin form.
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