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  1. Hello All, I'm a visitor from the Russian Coin Forums. I recently bought a Elizabeth I hammered penny for my daughter's coin collection for Christmas. I bought from a trusted seller and am overall very pleased. I am considering purchasing some other hammered silver pennies for her collection as well as desirable pieces come up at reasonable prices. I checked the UK Coin Links section before writing this post to see if I could find a list of reference works that might direct me to a good standard guide for hammered coinage. I am an experienced collector and she is an enthusiastic novice who is nine. I'd like to purchase something worthwhile with good pictures (my eyes seem to deceive me with the lettering because of bad eyes and unfamiliar character style) as well as indicators of relative rarity/general price guide. I know these catalogs are obsolete as soon as they are printed concerning prices, but I think the pictures and technical information would be great to have on hand. Any suggestions would be mighty welcome. Also, if anyone has an extra copy of a recommended book for sale, I would much rather give an unwanted copy a home and do business with fellow Coin People. Thanks in advance, nicholasz219 P.S.-Feel free to IM if you have a copy and do not want your details out in public.
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