Yep, I’m starting to sound like a broken record right? Donate online to the Crosby Garrett Roman Helmet Appeal or get in touch with Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery here.
The totals on the JustGiving web site stand at £8,051.22 donated online, plus £2,045.22 Gift Aid plus supplement. So we are about £410 up on yesterday. Right now, unless Tullie House Museum have received some big offline donations, things don’t look so good.
London Coins Auction – Saturday 4th – Sunday 5th September 2010
The latest London Coins Auction‘s sale is happening this coming weekend (Saturday 4th – Sunday 5th September 2010).
The catalogue for the auction is up to London Coins Auction usual high standard, as are the the offerings within. The sale catalogue contains more than 2400 individual lots.
Some highlights from the sale catalogue (Auction 130):
Phillip and Mary Ireland shilling dated 1555. VF. Catalogue number 522. Estimate £750-£1500.
A stunning Solidi of Constantine the Great, Nicomedia mint. Good VF. Catalogue number 918). Estimate £3000-£5000). This coin is a new one on me, very unusual.
The most stunning Commonwealth Crown I have ever seen. Dated 1656. Graded choice EF. Catalogue number 957. Estimate £2500-£5000.
And too many other fantastic items to list.
Bids by e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org, or snail mail to 4-6 Upper Street South, New Ash Green, Kent DA3 8JJ, phone 01474 871464 or fax 01474 872173.
Now if only I could win a few million on the lottery…