Contact Page

The checkyourchange.co.uk website is run by the proprietor of Rotographic Publications, Christopher Henry Perkins.

The postal address (note that this is a residential address and is not usually suitable for visitors) is:

Rotographic Publications
53A Tremaine Road
London, SE20 7UA.

I don’t answer “What’s it worth?” questions as I get too many and most are answered in my book! For any kind of coin enquiries, in the first instance please try the Facebook group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/425496827611624/

eMail address:

info@checkyourchange.co.uk

Telephone (after you’ve thoroughly checked the website and if possible the Facebook group, as I do sometimes get enquires that are already answered on these pages):

020 308 69996

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  1. stuart kenrick
    28th March 2016

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    i have a few coins that I think are fairly rare and would like to know values of;
    £2 2015 lord Kitchener your country needs you coin
    £2 st pauls cathedral coin
    £2 2006 brunell coin
    £2 2012 Charles dickens coin
    £1 egyptian arch coin
    £1 floras wales coin.

    • CYC-Admin
      6th May 2016

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      Sorry for not answering sooner. I think those are pretty normal face value coins. Buy the book and you can check them all.

  2. Bonnie webb
    9th April 2016

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    Hi I wanted to know about my coin I don’t know much all I know is it’s a 1882 penny hope you can help

    • CYC-Admin
      6th May 2016

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      This is a website for decimal coins only. I do deal in older ones via predecimal.com (there is also a forum there).

  3. Ian Briant
    25th May 2016

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    Here’s a thought – not a single 2016 coin found yet in change after 5 months!
    Possible answer – they know the Queen intends to abdicate this year and so are holding back on general circulation coins until Charles takes over?

    • CYC-Admin
      26th May 2016

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      Interesting idea, but historically coins dated in the current year never used to turn up until the end of the year. I think I more likely explanation is that the Royal Mint are churning out so many commemorative coins, and basically not very many of them are actually needed in the real world. Also, 2016 dated coins have certainly been found in circulation, e.g. the Peter Rabbit 50p’s seem to be showing up in a lot of places.

  4. Shell
    12th June 2016

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    I have a 1707-2007 £2 coin. Please let me know its value if any.

    • CYC-Admin
      12th June 2016

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      That’s a fairly common one. The union of the kingdoms of England and Scotland.

  5. Tracy
    2nd August 2016

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    I have a 1999 2 pound coin that clearly says worlc is this worth anything?

    • CYC-Admin
      3rd August 2016

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      Sounds like the side of the D has been ‘lost’ in the edge milling. It’s fairly common for that to happen, especially to the REMEMBER REMEMBER coins which can look like PEMEMBEP etc. I wouldn’t have thought it’s worth more than £2.

  6. Teresa Nelder
    9th August 2016

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    I have a 2015 Magna Carta £2 coin. Excellent condition. Is it worth more than face value

    • CYC-Admin
      9th August 2016

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      I think currently people that want one and haven’t found one may be paying a little more.

  7. ND
    9th August 2016

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    I have a 1999 5 pence coin with a chunk missing out of it and was there was any reason for this? I can send a a picture if you would like?

    Thanks.

  8. ssukisue
    26th August 2016

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    I have three new pound notes when they came out before the round coin. Are they commonplace or rare please?

    • CYC-Admin
      2nd September 2016

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      Very common, even in perfect condition. They are worth a bit more than face value, but not a great deal.

  9. anna fox
    20th October 2016

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    How much is a 2p ‘New pence” with 1981 date on it.
    Is this worth anything.

    • CYC-Admin
      20th October 2016

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      No. It’s the 1983 with NEW PENCE that is rare, as is clearly described on this website and no doubt several others.

  10. Anton W
    21st November 2016

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    i have a isle of men castle rushen clock 20p is it worth keeping or just an unusual coin?

    thanks in advance

    • CYC-Admin
      26th November 2016

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      IOM and other territory coins are not dealt with on this website I’m afraid. Sometimes they are worth more than face value, simply because they are not encountered often.

  11. Victoria
    8th December 2016

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    I have a 2002 silver coloured 2p coin that I have had for years (at least 12) I think it’s probably some kind of fake (it attracts a magnet) but wonder if you could shed any light on why it would have been made since it seems to be only recent times that people are trying to cash in on things like this! Thank you

    • CYC-Admin
      8th December 2016

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      It’s probably either missed its copper layer or more likely the copper layer (on the steel) has been chemically removed. You can’t really ever prove that it’s a mint error (if it is one) so it’s really only a worthless curio. But in saying that, people do seem to go mad on ebay etc!

  12. Peter
    8th December 2016

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    Hello,

    I have a query for you. In your book you state that after 1992 the alloy of the 1p was changed to copper plated steel. So I had a look at my coins and found that my 1999 BU 1p is not magnetic so I assume it is bronze. As this coin is from a year set would I be right in assuming that the circulating coins would be of copper plated steel. I have not been looking for one but I will be now. Your thoughts?

    • CYC-Admin
      9th December 2016

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      Yes, that is correct and will make that clear in the next book and on the website. Certainly the 1998/99 pennies in proof sets were bronze. I’m not entirely sure about the BU sets though. Is your set a proof or BU set?

  13. Peter Thompson
    10th December 2016

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    Ref bronze pennies.
    I have both sets and both coins are bronze.
    Since my last message I got a couple of bags of pennies from the bank and found 6 1999 pennies all of which were copper plated steel.
    Peter

    • CYC-Admin
      11th December 2016

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      Thanks Peter, good info. I’ll clarify that in the next book. I’m pretty sure the same was true (cu plated steel for circulation and bronze for sets) for 1998 pennies.

  14. Mark
    17th January 2017

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    Hello Christoper. Firstly, many thanks for an excellent web site – I’ve only recently started collecting, and visit here regularly.

    May I ask a question about 5p coins? Your listing states 1992-2011 Cupro-Nickel, then 2012 onwards Nickel-plated Steel. However, I find the 5p coins are magnetic from and including 2011. Does that suggest perhaps that in fact 2011 onwards is Nickel-plated Steel?

    With thanks, Mark.

    • CYC-Admin
      17th January 2017

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      Thanks Mark. You’re absolutely right, it was 2011 for the intro of nickel plated 5p and 10p coins. Good job I’m just doing the next book as I can change it and will also change it on the website.

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