Type words from obverse and/or reverse legend and press Enter. Do not enter edge inscriptions. Only letters, digits, apostrophe ' and underscore _ are recognized; all other symbols are ignored. Do not enter apostrophe at end of the word such as "Prince of Wales' crest". You can enter mottos and engraver names.

Name "John" is often written as "Iohn". I have tried to be consistent and typed this name as on the coin, but if in doubt also try "john", I could have erred. When legend contains mistake ("gratefull people" comes to mind), enter it as on the coin. "Georgivs III" is also to be entered as is, i.e. "georgivs iii" even if it is really "Georgius III".

Small letters as in SR, ESQR etc. are to be entered: "sr", "esqr". Same for common No, CO: enter as "no", "co". If E is suppressed as in DESTROYD, do not add it, enter "destroyd". When date is split by something into two parts (e.g., 17-95), enter it whole, i.e. 1795. If you want to enter decorated monogram cypher (and you can decode it), try two versions: 1) each letter separate, with space between; 2) all letters of cypher together without spaces. Unfortunately, some pieces utilize first variant and some second. Sorry; eventually this will be fixed and only second variant will remain. Example for Dublin Camac halfpenny reverse cypher would be: 1) "h m co"; 2) "hmco".

For blank obverse or reverse, enter "blank_side". If no legend is present on obverse or reverse, enter "no_legend". If legend consists of date only, enter that date and do not enter "no_legend". For popular side "Man in loom" without legend, try also entering "loom" (if "Man in loom" also contains legend, enter legend). For druid head in a wreath (or without wreath) without legend, enter "druid_head".