Numismatic reference books, est. 1959

New Titles Coming Soon

The following books are currently in progress:

(NEW EDITION – due April 2015) Collectors’ Coins – Decimal Issues of the UK:

Updated to include new price data for lower mintage coins from change that are currently worth more than face value. More details available soon.

(NEW EDITION – due April 2015) Collectors’ Coins Ireland:

It’s not been forgotten, although it has been delayed a couple of times due to problems obtaining images. “Collectors’ Coins Ireland” is currently being worked on! A co-author has now been tasked with the responsibility of obtaining the price data and most of the images have been sourced to enable Rotographic to produce an Irish coin price-guide covering 1660-2000.


During 2015 updated (new price data) versions of both ‘Roman Base Metal Coins – a Price Guide’ and ‘Roman Silver Coins – A Price Guide’ will be published.

(NEW EDITION) Greek Coin Types and Their Identification:

Re-printed 14 years ago, but basically unchanged since the 1980 version. It is still probably the best book available on ancient Greek coin identification. Work is currently in progress on creating a new edition which will have weights in metric for the first time, as well as some updates and changes. The 350 page work with 2750 illustrations will also be available as an eBook and possibly as an interactive app. It’s a massive task! Watch this space.

(NEW BOOK) On British Gold Sovereigns 1817 to date, Title TBC:

An all new book by a respected gold coin specialist on British gold sovereigns, their varieties, rarity and values.


  1. hi, i would like to know if you are thinking of updating your collectors banknotes as the last one was in 2008, thank you.

  2. Please, there are a lot of interesting out-of-print in islamic coins, if you can add these titles would be great!

    • chrisp

      March 5, 2015 at 11:25 am

      I know Leandro. It can be difficult securing the rights to print out of print books and the books that have expired copyright are very old and no longer have useful current information. Rotographic prefer to publish new books with new content.

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