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Silver coin hoard may rewrite Anglo-Saxon History
03/02/2017 16:41  |  Silver Coins

A recent discovery of 200 silver coins, 15 silver ingots and 7 items of jewellery however, may help us to understand the relationship between these two leaders and uncover the hidden truths that lie beneath this fascinating period in ancient history.

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Rare Coin That Could make a Mint
01/02/2017 15:00  |  Gold Coins

Opened in 1855 to take advantage of the gold discovered nearby, The Sydney Mint was the very first overseas branch of the world renowned Royal Mint. As other branches soon opened in Melbourne and Perth which used superior technology, it was closed in 1926 but not before producing one of today’s most sought-after gold Sovereigns. 

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The Queen's Sapphire Jubilee
13/01/2017 13:21  |  The Royal Family

Having inherited the throne on 6th February 1952, Elizabeth II has reigned longer than any of her Royal ancestors, and this year, becomes our first ever Sovereign to celebrate a Sapphire Jubilee – that’s an incredible 65 years on the throne!

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The 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele
06/01/2017 14:47  |  Military

The First World War Battle of Passchendaele, which is officially known as the Third Battle of Ypres, took place between 31st July and 6th November 1917. 

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