The Book

“What an interesting book with a lot of information. The best book that i have seen for a long time. Very nicely laid out and easy to read and understand. Would strongly recommend this book for all coin collectors.” – T Booth, 7/3/17.

The 2018 edition of “Collectors Coins – Decimal Issues of the United Kingdom” (shown here) will be published mid March and can be pre-ordered from coinpublications.com

Or from Amazon, using this link:

“Collectors Coins – Decimal Issues of the United Kingdom” is the printed and eBook publication upon which this website is based. It’s packed full of not just mintage numbers and comprehensive listings of UK decimal coins, but also their current real values and lots of other information. It also includes proofs, non circulating precious metal coin issues and as a bonus, coverage of the current circulating Bank of England banknotes.

It can trace it’s history back to 1965 and has been printed in one guise or another almost annually since then. The 2008 version of this book was the first ever book dedicated solely to UK decimal coinage. It is the only book that completely covers all current (English) money.

The 2017 edition sold more than double that of the 2016 and the book is fast becoming (and possibly already is) the biggest selling coin book in the UK! The new edition covers 1968 to mid February 2018. Publication date was the 16th March 2018.

To see and purchase all other Coin Publications titles on British coins, Irish coins, Roman coins, Military money and medals – see coinpublications.com or search online.

And something completely different:

Also available from October 27th 2017 is this, ‘The Coin Colouring Book’ which contains drawings of 36 coin sides to colour-in. The first ever colouring book just for coins. It’s printed on thick paper, includes a lot of detailed older coin pictures, plus a couple of modern, more familiar coins.

Each coin picture includes a paragraph of historical/coin related information. A great gift idea for all ages, and an excellent fun introduction to older British coinage.

Here is a free PDF bonus page to print out and colour-in.