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    Good day all,

    I'm seriously considering a trip to London coinciding with the fall London Coin Fair. Does anyone have the dates for this? I sent an email to Spink the other day but have heard nothing back. I'm sure it will be mostly that modern Anglo-Saxon stuff(there's no accounting for taste), but I'm willing to wade through the muck to find the ancient gems.

    Thanks,
    Darcy

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    As far as I have been able to find out the dates are as follows:-

    COINEX - The Earls Court Conference Centre, LONDON
    26th & 27th September 2008

    Regards,
    Martin
    Martin Griffiths

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    • #3
      Thanks Martin,

      Sorry for my ignorance, but is Coinex a different name for the London Coin Fair, held in conjunction with the fair or two totally different birds?

      Brgds,
      Darcy

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      • #4
        My understanding is that London Coin Fair is a differenent beast entirely to COINEX. LCF is organised by Simmons Gallery and I have enclosed the details below. The Autumn LCF is on Saturday 8 November 2008 and there tend to be 65-75 dealers present. I must admit that I have not attended either for some years though I might try and get to one or both this year.

        http://www.simmonsgallery.co.uk/2001site/LCF/lcf.html

        COINEX is organised by the BNTA.
        Details can be found here:-
        http://www.bnta.net/page.php?subacti...&id=1177545968

        Regards,
        Martin
        Martin Griffiths

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        • #5
          Thank you again,

          Coinex is the one I was thinking of, no idea how I came to think of the two as the same.

          Cheers,
          Darcy

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ember View Post

            .......... I'm sure it will be mostly that modern Anglo-Saxon stuff(there's no accounting for taste), but I'm willing to wade through the muck to find the ancient gems.

            Thanks,
            Darcy
            OOOH................Mr. B. is going to take offense to that little swipe.
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            "When you are in Rome live in the Roman style; when you are elsewhere live as they live elsewhere" St. Ambrose (340-397) to St. Augustine.

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            • #7
              Mr B is above such baiting
              Last edited by AlexB; Jan 5, 2008, 01:03 AM.
              The meek shall inherit the earth - so buy a meek

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              • #8
                Baiting? Moi? I wouldn't think of it, at least your not collecting those Norman thingees.

                Oops! My bad! Very nice William Alex!

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