Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Coin Show Dates for 2011

 I will be attending the following shows during 2011:

21st and 22nd January York Racecourse (Books only, no coins)

30th January Wakefield
27th February Wakefield
27th March Wakefield
24th April Wakefield
29th May Wakefield
26th June Wakefield

15 and 16th July York Racecourse (Books only, no coins)

31st July Wakefield
28th August Wakefield
25th September Wakefield
30st October Wakefield
27th November Wakefield

Thursday, 29 July 2010

Fair Attendance Update

After the summer break we will be attending the following coin fairs with a selection of antiquarian and used numismatic books and ancient coins. We will not be at the August Wakefield fair, though.

26th September Wakefield
31st October Wakefield
28th November Wakefield

Dates for 2011 fairs will be available soon, but the year kicks off with the January York fair on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd. Hope to see you there!

Saturday, 10 July 2010

York Coin Show

We will be at the York Coin Show this coming weekend, 16th and 17th July. We do not usually bring coins to this fair, just numismatic books. We try to bring a varied selection but do not have enough space to bring all of our stock, so if there is anything specific you require or would just like to have a look at, please email us in advance.

We can be reached here lee @ leetoone . co . uk - just remember to remove the spaces if you cut and paste the address.

Saturday, 20 March 2010

Coin Show Dates for 2010

I will be attending the following shows during 2010:

28th March Wakefield
25th April Wakefield
30th May Wakefield
27th June Wakefield

16/17th July York Racecourse (Books only, no coins)

29th August Wakefield (unconfirmed)
26th September Wakefield
31st October Wakefield
28th November Wakefield

Friday, 19 March 2010

My Directory of Numismatic Websites

I have been trying for years to keep up to date my website favourites. I first tried doing this using favourites and bookmarks in web browsers. These soon became unmanageable, so I tried to provide a comprehensive links page on my website. Again this soon became unmanageable. I have now been using "delicious" for a couple of years and it seems to be reasonably robust:

http://del.icio.us/leetoone

Have a look here and let me know what you think. I can index sites and it makes it easier to find things. I can add sites that people recommend and I had thought that I might be able to rebadge it as del.icio.us/ancientcoinsites or something like that if it works.

Happy to receive any comments or suggestions.