The lists in the Coins for Sale section constitute a sample from my stock of Greek, Roman bronze, Roman silver and billon, Greek Imperial, Byzantine, English hammered and milled, and world coins. A miscellaneous section includes tokens, medals and other 'paranumismatic' items and the Black Museum, forgeries and coins that have been messed about with.

I update the lists on a fairly frequent basis, but if you do not see exactly what you are looking for do contact me, as only a portion of my stock is represented here.

What's New

A long overdue but bumper update, 904 new items across the board, some interesting books and lots of coins to suit the modest pocket.

PayPal

I now have a Paypal account. Whether or not you use Paypal please see the revised terms and conditions at the bottom of this page, there are several changes.

Illustrations

I am occasionally asked if it is alright to 'lift' illustrations from the site for research purposes, this is no problem at all, though if they are being published in any form an acknowledgment is always appreciated.

Photographs of most of the coins are now available online. If you see image displayed under the catalog number you can see a picture of the coin by clicking on the word image.

Note: Due to the difficulties of photographing coins under artificial light the colours shown in the photographs may differ from those of the actual coins. Please also bear in mind that the size shown on screen will be different to the actual size of the coins. The photographs are provided as a guide only, but are of the actual coins offered for sale. As most of the images are now scanned (to save time) it is frequently remarked that my coins look better in hand than they do in the illustrations!

Roman Heads

For collectors of Roman 'heads' there is a free download, simply listing all those in whose names coins in the Imperial and Greek Imperial series were issued, I have for some years been giving away a photocopied A4 version in the shop and many collectors have found it a useful aide-memoire, you can now download and print a more sophisticated version of this to make a handy A5 booklet, just go to the Downloads menu and click as instructed.


Terms of Business, Coinmac, UK Customers

  1. All items to be paid for by cheque, electronic transfer, cash or PayPal (a 4% charge is applied to PayPal payments to cover part of the costs).
  2. Goods will be despatched by special (registered) delivery immediately on clearance of funds.
  3. Postage and packing extra. For orders under £120 for delivery to the UK add £6. Orders over £120 delivery free to addresses within the UK.
  4. Goods returned, in the same condition as sent, within 14 days will receive a full refund, less the cost of postage and packing in all cases.
  5. Postal concessions do not apply to larger items or items reduced in sales.

Terms of business, Coinmac, Overseas Customers

  1. There are several methods of payment available:
    1. A GBP cheque, banker's draught or money order drawn on a UK bank.
    2. Cash in GBP, USD or Euros.
    3. Electronic Transfer.
    4. PayPal, which must the quickest and safest method available. Paypal charges me a 2.9% commission, plus a 30 US cents transaction fee and a further 1% charge on 'cross border' transactions so I have to, regrettably, ask for an extra 4% to cover this. Should you not already have one, opening a Paypal account is extremely simple and just takes a few minutes, see www.paypal.com
  2. Coins will be despatched by insured postage immediately on clearance of funds, type of postage varies a little from country to country, but I endeavour to use the safest and most efficient forms possible.
  3. Costs of postage vary but are usually between £6 and £10, heavier or more valuable lots may cost a little more.
  4. The terms for returned goods are the same as those for UK customers.