The Ipswich Mint, and their Moneyers
by John Sadler

The fascinating tale of Ipswich silver pennies minted circa 973—1207.

Where were they made in the Town? How rare are they? Why was Ipswich the location of an English mint?

Tales of other rare coins from later reigns, often found and verified locally.

John Sadler, acknowledged coin expert, often helps the British Museum, local Museums and others. He has written a mighty reference book echoing his life time collecting and studying such items. He will delve in dark areas of early English history.

When: Wednesday 4th January, 7:30pm
Where: The Salvation Army Citadel (Main Hall), 558, Woodbridge Road, Ipswich, Suffolk IP4 4PH
Pay on the Door – no need to book.
£2 for members, £3 for non-members
Call 01473 274300 for more information
email: [email protected]