Probably the most important and most referenced book on British bronze coinage (the pennies, half pennies and farthings of 1860 – 1970). It’s numbering system, which is often abbreviated simply with an ‘F’ prefix, is used all over the world by sellers of British bronze coins, including all the major international auction houses and all reputable dealers, to distinguish one ‘Freeman’ variety from other similar coins.
- 80% new images in the main section.
- New appendix with over 100 new discoveries, properly described.
- Larger B5 format.
This is a reprint of the most recent edition, in paper back form for the first time and with the added bonus of a new appendix containing over 100 coins that were not included in the last edition (the first ever update to the information for more than 30 years) and in the main section over 80% of the images have been replaced with better quality, new images. Where there is new information, the main text contains references to the new appendix. This new book is also larger than previous versions, in an attempt to further improve the quality of the images.
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