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1 1903-1904 First Series I Download / List Parts
Author Title Pages
Contents i-viii
P. W. P. Carylon-Britton Introduction 1-8
W. J. Andrew Buried Treasure: some traditions, records and facts 9-59
Bernard Roth Notes on three British gold coins recently found near Abingdon 61-64
A. B. Creek The Regal Sceatta and styca series of Northumbria 65-96
Nathan Heywood The First Coinage of Henry II 97-111
George Rickword The Colchester Hoard 113-122
L. A. Lawrence Notes on the Coinage of Edward IV., suggested by a recent find of coins 123-136
Bernard Roth A Remarkable Groat of Henry VIII 137-138
John E. T. Loveday The Henry VIII Medal or pattern crown 139-147
Bernard Roth Finds of Clippings of silver coins 148-162
F. Stroud Brief musings on the Exurgat money 163-167
Philip Nelson The Coinage of Ireland in copper, tin and pewter 169-264
Philip Nelson The Coinage of William for the American Colonies 265-285
J. G. Caldecott The Spanish Dollar as adapted for currency in our West Indian Colonies 287-298
S. H. Hamer Notes on the private tokens, their issuers and die sinkers 299-332
P. W. P. Carylon-Britton Treasure trove, the Treasury and the Trustees of the British Museum 333-348
John C. Hill Find of Roman Coins at Peterborough 349-351
J. B. Caldecott Countermarked Spanish dollar for old Canada, 1765 353-354
Illustrations of the Coinage 355-358
Two Ancient Dies: description of the Plate 359-360
Reviews 361-376
Illustrations of Miscellaneous Exhibits 379-380
Proceedings of the Society 381-445
Rules of the Society 447-459
List of Members 461-478
Index 479-500
2 1905 First Series II Download / List Parts
3 1906 First Series III Download / List Parts
Author Title Pages
Contents v-xi
Bernard Roth A find of Ancient British coins at South Ferriby, near Barton-on-Humber, Lincolnshire 1-15
William Sharp Ogden A find of Roman bronze coins on the Little Orme’s Head, North Wales 17-58
Nathan Heywood The kingdom and coins of Burgred 59-66
Alfred Anscombe The inscription on the Oxford pennies of the OHSNAFORDA type 67-100
L. A. Lawrence A remarkable penny of King Alfred 101-106
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton Cornish numismatics 107-116
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), Part II: The histories of the mints’ 117-172
H. W. Morrieson The busts of James I on his silver coinage 173-179
A. E. Weightman The royal farthing tokens. Part I, 1613-1636 181-217
William Sharp Ogden A note on the “St Patrick’s pence 219-222
Philip Nelson Some notes on the great recoinage of William III, 1695-1699 223-228
Helen Farquhar Patterns and medals bearing the legend IACOBVS III or IACOBVS VIII 229-270
S. H. Hamer Notes on the private tokens, their issuers and die-sinkers 271-279
L. A. Lawrence Forgery in relation to numismatics 281-290
H. Alexander Parsons Art and the coins of England 291-310
William Charlton Leather currency 311-328
G. M. Fraser Treasure trove in the north of Scotland 329-335
J. Charles Cox A note on coin clippings and church plate in Derbyshire 337-337
Review: George C. Macdonald., A recent find of Roman coins in Scotland 339-
Review: John Evans., Rare or unpublished coins of Carausius 340-
Review: G. F. Hill., Roman coins found at Croydon 341-
Review: P. Carlyon-Britton., Edward the Confessor and his coins 342-343
Review: H. A. Grueber., A find of coins of Stephen and Henry II 344-348
Review: George Macdonald., A hoard of Edward pennies found at Lochmaben 349-
Review: L. A. Lawrence, The coinage of Henry IV 350-
Review: Frederik A. Walters., The coinage of Henry IV 351-
Review: Lionel M. Hewlett., Anglo-Gallic coins 352-
Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society 353-
Proceedings: Officers and Council 355-392
Report of the Council 393-407
Income and Expenditure 408-
List of Members 409-426
Index 427-484
4 1907 First Series IV Download / List Parts
Author Title Pages
Contents v-viii
H. W. Morrieson The influence of war on the coinage of England 1-15
P. W. Carlyon-Britton The Berkeley mint 17-31
P. W. Carlyon-Britton The “Gothabyrig” mint 33-45
P. W. Carlyon-Britton A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), Part II: The histories of the mints’ 47-78
Helen Farquhar Portraiture of our Tudor monarchs on their coins and medals 79-143
L. A. Lawrence A remarkable gold coin of Henry VIII 145-155
J. Charles Cox An Elizabethan coiner 157-164
H. W. Morrieson The English silver coins of James I 165-178
Alfred Chitty Early Australian coinage 179-187
Nathan Heywood The coins of the Ionian State 189-192
A. E. Weightman The bronze coinage of Queen Victoria 193-219
Bernard Roth A hoard of staters and “gold bullets” recently discovered in France, with special reference to the Ancient British staters of the type of Evans, plate B, no. 8 221-228
Nathan Heywood Some Roman brass coins found at Lincoln 229-234
G. A. Auden A leaden cross bearing a styca impression and other antiquities found in York 235-237
Bernard Roth A hoard of English coins found in Switzerland 239-240
Alfred Anscombe The Anglo-Saxon computation of historic time in the ninth century 241-310
L. A. Lawrence Forgery in relation to numismatics, Part II. (Edward I to Elizabeth) 311-316
J. B. Caldecott and G. C. Yates Leaden tokens 317-326
Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society, Session 1907 327-328
Officers and Council Session 1907 329-330
Proceedings 331-372
Anniversary Meeting November 30th 373-380
Income and Expenditure Account 381-381
List of Members 383-400
Index 401-439
5 1908 First Series V Download / List Parts
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Title Pages
Contents
W. Sharp Ogden The Roman Mint and Early Britain 1-50
Haakon Schetelig A Coin of Offa found in a Viking-Age Burial at Voss, Norway 51-54
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton A Gold Mancus of Offa, King of Mercia 55-72
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton A Penny of St. Aethelbert, King of East Anglia 73-84
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton On Some Coins of the Tenth-Century, Found in the Isle of Man, with Special Reference to a Penny of Anlaf Struck at Derby 85-96
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton A Numismatic History of the Reigns of William I. and II. (1066-1100) 97-122
Edward H. Hancox Finds of Medieval Cut Halfpence and Farthings at Dunwich 123-134
Shirley Fox The Cross as a Mint-Mark 135-144
Helen Farquhar Portraiture of Our Stuart Monarchs on their Coins and Medals 145-262
Major R. P. Jackson Coin Collecting in the Deccan 263-285
Major R. P. Jackson Coin Collecting in Mysore 287-340
Major R. P. Jackson Some Copper Coins Issued by the English East India Company and Other European Powers in Southern India 341-346
Stanley Bousfield The Pattern Halfpennies of 1788 and 1790 by. J. P. Froz 347-360
W. J. Andrew Evolution of Portraiture on the Silver Penny 361-380
Alfred Anscombe The Anglo-Saxon Computation of Historic Time in the Ninth Century 381-407
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Proceedings 1908 (Title Page) 411-412
Officers and Council Session 1908 413-414
Proceedings 1908 415-447
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton Anniversary Meeting November 30th 1908 448-455
Presentation to Mr. Carlyon-Britton 456-467
Income and Expenditure Account 468-468
List of Members 1908 469-487
Index 489-523
6 1909 First Series VI Download / List Parts
7 1910 First Series VII Download / List Parts
8 1911 First Series VIII Download / List Parts
Author Title Pages
Contents v-viii
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton Attribution of the Ancient British coins inscribed DIAS or DEAS 1-7
Alfred Anscombe The names of Old-English mint-towns: [their] original form and meaning and their epigraphical corruption 9-48
Lord Grantley Saint Cuthbert’s pennies 49-53
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton A penny of Æthelred, sub-regulus of Mercia, son-in-law of Ælfred the Great 55-59
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), Part II: The histories of the mints. [Lincolnshire - Middlesex] 61-81
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton A penny of Llywelyn, son of Cadwgan, of the type of the second issue of William Rufus 83-86
W. J. Andrew A numismatic history of the reign of Stephen A.D. 1135-1154 87-136
H. B. Earle Fox and J. S. Shirley-Fox Numismatic history of the reigns of Edward I, II and III. 1282-1300 137-148
L. A. Lawrence find of late Plantagenet groats 149-178
Henry Symonds The coinage of Queen Mary Tudor, 1553-1558, illustrated from the Public Records 179-201
Henry Symonds A glance inside the mint of Aberystwyth in the reign of Charles I 203-206
Helen Farquhar Portraiture of our Stuart monarchs on their coins and medals, Part IV: William III 207-273
William J. Freer Medals and campaigns of the 43rd Foot, now 1st Battalion of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 275-301
William C. Wells Seventeenth-century tokens of Northamptonshire 303-360
J. B. S. MacIlwaine Notes on some discoveries of coins in Ireland 361-364
Alfred Chitty The Australian gold coins struck at the Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth Mints 365-368
Proceedings of the British Numismatics Society Session 1911 369-401
List of Members 403-420
Index 421-455
9 1912 First Series IX Download / List Parts
10 1913-14 First Series X Download / List Parts
Author Title Pages
Contents v-viii
H. Alexander Parsons The coins of Æthelred I of Northumbria 1-8
Alfred Anscombe The names of Old-English mint-towns: [their] original form and meaning and their epigraphical corruption. II. The names of Old-English mint towns which occur in the Saxon Chronicles 9-31
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), Part II: the histories of the mints. [Notts.-Oxfordshire] 33-41
W. J. Andrew A numismatic history of the reign of Stephen A.D. 1135-1154 43-67
L. A. Lawrence The Long Cross coinage of Henry III and Edward 69-93
H. B. Earle Fox and J. S. Shirley-Fox Numismatic history of the reigns of Edward I, II and III. 1307 to 1344 95-123
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton The earliest noble of Richard II 125-126
Henry Symonds The documentary evidence for the English royal coinages of Henry VII and Henry VIII 127-171
H. M. Morgan Notes on the mint at Aberystwith in the reign of Charles I 173-179
H. W. Morrieson The coinage of Aberystwyth, 1637-42 181-197
Helen Farquhar Portraiture of our Stuart monarchs on their coins and medals. Part VI: Anne 199-266
Frank E. Burton The 45th: 1st Nottinghamshire Regiment, “The Sherwood Foresters”, their honours and medals’, 267-304
Charles Winter A unique naval relic of 1742: the Callis medal 305-306
Charles Winter An interesting group of decorations of the Peninsular War 307-
J. B. S. MacIlwaine Notes on some Irish coins found at Trim 309-312
J. B. S. MacIlwaine A find of English half-groats of Henry VII in the county of Wicklow 313-314
Grant R. Francis A find of English coins of the Tudor and Stuart periods in the county of Wexford 315-318
William C. Wells Seventeenth-century tokens of Northamptonshire 319-324
William C. Wells A Washington token 325-329
Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society Session 1913 333-361
Cataogue of Books in the Library 363-371
Lists of Members 373-392
Serial Summary 393-402
Index to Volume X 403-431
11 1915 Second Series I Download / List Parts
12 1916 Second Series II Download / List Parts
13 1917 Second Series III Download / List Parts
14 1918 Second Series IV Download / List Parts
15 1919-20 Second Series V Download / List Parts
16 1921-22 Second Series VI Download / List Parts
Author Title Pages
Contents v-viii
Grant R. Francis Some notes on a coin of Anlaf from the Derby mint 1-4
P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton The chronological sequence of the types of Eadweard the Martyr and Æthelræd II 5-31
H. Alexander Parsons Remarks on hoards of late Anglo-Saxon coins 33-57
H. Alexander Parsons An Irish eleventh-century coin of the Southern O’Neil 59-71
Lord Grantley On a penny of the Armed-Figure type with the title COM in the reign of Stephen 73-76
A. Stanley Walker The Calais mint, A.D. 1347-1470 77-112
L. A. Lawrence English piedforts and their purposes 113-117
Raymond Carlyon-Britton An unpublished variety of groat of the first coinage of Henry VIII 119-121
Grant R. Francis James I crowns - new discoveries 123-128
H. W. Morrieson The coinage of Oxford, 1642-46 129-188
F. Willson Yeates Further notes on the Irish coinage, 1641-1652 189-193
Helen Farquhar Royal Charities (Second Series) 195-228
Helen Farquhar A series of portrait plaques in thin silver, struck in Stuart times, technically called shells or clichés 229-246
Grant R. Francis Jacobite drinking glasses and their relation to the Jacobite medals 247-283
Proceedings of the Society (1921) 292-299
Proceedings of the Society (1921) 300-302
Proceedings of the Society (1921) 301-306
Proceedings of the Society (1921) 307-
Proceedings of the Society (1921) 308-310
Proceedings of the Society (1921) 311-315
Proceedings of the Society (1921) 316-(331) 335
Proceedings of the Society (1922) 338-348
Proceedings of the Society (1922) 349-368
Proceedings of the Society (1922) 369-377
Index to Volume XVI 395-434
17 1923-24 Second Series VII Download / List Parts
18 1925-26 Second Series VIII Download / List Parts
19 1927-28 Second Series IX Download / List Parts
20 1929-30 Second Series X Download / List Parts
Author Title Pages
Contents v-ix
W. J. Andrew Numismatic sidelights on the Battle of Brunanburh, A.D. 937. [Mint of Derby] 1-25
G. D. Lumb Edward the Elder pennies with façade of a building 27-29
W. J. Andrew Coins commemorating the rebuilding of York Minster A.D. 921-25 31-32
Alfred Anscombe FASTOLFI MONETA”, “FASTOLFES MôT” and the like on coins of Eadgar Rex Anglorum 33-48
W. J. Andrew Stockbridge, an Anglo-Saxon mint 49-61
William C. Wells The Northampton and Southampton mints. Part III. Canute, AD 1016-1035 63-93
H. Alexander Parsons The first authorized issue of Edward the Confessor 95-104
George C. Brooke Quando moneta vertebatur: the change of coin-types in the eleventh century: its bearing on mules and overstrikes 105-116
W. J. Andrew The mints of Rye and Castle Rising in the reign of Stephen 117-121
V. B. Crowther-Beynon Some notes on “peny-yard pence” 123-135
H. W. Morrieson The coinage of Oxford, 1642-46. Part II. 137-151
H. W. Morrieson The coinage of Coombe Martin, 1647-1648 153-158
H. W. Morrieson Addenda to the coinages of Thomas Bushell 159-162
J. O. Manton Buckinghamshire trade tokens issued in the seventeenth century. Part III 163-205
E. C. Carter A review of the pattern broads of Charles II 207-213
Helen Farquhar Roya Charities (Second Series) Part V 215-250
H. Alexander Parsons The Bombay pice struck by the English East India Company during the reign of Charles II 251-259
Charles Winter An unique and unpublished gold medal granted to Major Rogers of the Enniskilleners for valorous services 1690 261-262
Charles Winter Irish volunteers and militia: medals, belt plates and shako plates 263-269
Charles Winter War medals issued for services in India, 1852-1924, also the first and second issue of the Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire 271-277
George C. Brooke Treasure Trove 279-289
Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society Sessions 1929 and 1930 297-378
Lists of Members 379-391
Serial Summary 394-410
Index to Volume XX 411-454
21 1931-33 Third Series I Download / List Parts
22 1934-37 Third Series II Download / List Parts
23 1938-41 Third Series III Download / List Parts
Author Title Pages
Contents v-vii
H. Alexander Parsons The coins of Eadmund’s moneyers Faraman and Ingelgar, A.D. 939-46 1-5
William C. Wells The Stamford and Peterborough mints. Part II. Descriptions of the coins struck at the Stamford mint. 7-28
L. A. Lawrence Long cross coins of Durham 29-30
Derek Allen Dies in the Public Record Office, 1938 31-50
H, J. Dakers The First Issue of David II 51-58
C. A. Whitton The heavy coinage of Henry VI 59-90
Anthony Thompson An Oxford hoard of the time of the Civil Wars 91-96
Derek Allen The "Weymouth" and "Salisbury" mints of Charles I 97-118
M. H. Grant British medals since 1760 (continued) 119-152
Miscellanea: a new imitation of a Short Cross Penny 153-161
Reviews 163-167
Obituary: P. W. P. Carlyon-Britton / Presidents of the Society / John Sanford Saltus Gold Medal 169-170
Proceedings of the Society, 1938 175-190
List of Members at 30 November 1938 193-200
L. A. Lawrence LONDE or LVNDE CIVITAS 201-203
C. A. Whitton The heavy coinage of Henry VI. Part II. The Rosette-Mascle to Trefoil issues 205-267
Derek Allen Treasure Trove, 1933-9 269-286
D. F. Allen and W. R. Dunstan Crosses and crowns: a study of coinage in the Eliabethan dramatists 287-299
J. B. Caldecott Sussex seventeenth-century tokens 301-320
M. H. Grant British medals since 1760 (continued). Victoria (1862) 321-362
Miscellanea: a Miled Gold-Pattern £3 piece of Charles I 363-364
Obituary 365-480
Proceedings of the Society, 1939 481-486
Index to Volume XXIII (487) 489-496
24 1942-44 Third Series IV Download / List Parts
25 1945-48 Third Series V Download / List Parts
Author Title Pages
William C. Wells Coins struck by the moneyer Walter or Waltier, in the reigns of Stephen, Henry II and Richard I 1-3
C. E. Blunt and C. A. Whitton The Coinages of Edward IV and of Henry VI (restored) 4-59
H. Alexander Parsons Notes on the 'Wolsey' coins of Henry VIII 60-70
D. F. Allen Of the Street-sellers of card counters, medals &c 71-74
E. J. Winstanley Miscellanea: A new coin of Henry VII 75-75
Reviews 76-77
Obituary 78-79
Proceedings 1945-6 80-103
Presidential Address 1946 104-111
List of Members 112-118
F. Elmore Jones The Stephen mint of 'bran' - A new attribution 119-124
D. F. Allen The design of Edward III's silver coinage 125-129
C. E. Blunt and C. A. Whitton The Coinages of Edward IV and of Henry VI (restored), part II 130-182
Anthony Thompson Continental imitations of the rose noble of Edward IV 183-208
D.F. Allen A medal of Anne Boleyn 209-211
L. Forrer A few notes on Swiss officers and mercenary regiments in the pay of England 212-226
Miscellanea 227-231
Reviews 232-234
Proceedings 1946-7 235-250
Presidential Address 1947 251-258
D. F. Allen Edward the Confessor's gold penny 259-276
C. E. Blunt A gold penny of Edward the Elder 277-281
C. E. Blunt Four Italian coins imitating Anglo-Saxon types 282-285
F. Elmore Jones The Last Short-Cross issue of Henry III (Class 8) 286-290
C. E. Blunt and C. A. Whitton The Coinages of Edward IV and of Henry VI (restored), part III 291-339
Miscellanea 340-342
Reviews 343-348
Proceedings 1946-7 349-369
Index 370-374
26 1949-51 Third Series VI Download / List Parts
27 1952-54 Third Series VII Download / List Parts
Author Title Pages
Contents ii-iv
Philip V. Hill The animal, “Anglo-Merovingian” and miscellaneous series of Anglo-Saxon sceattas. I. The animal series 1-38
Philip Grierson The Canterbury (St Martin’s) hoard of Frankish and Anglo-Saxon coin-ornaments 39-51
C. E. Blunt Three Anglo-Saxon notes 52-57
R. H. Dolley and E. J. Winstanley Maidstone Treasure-Trove 58-65
Ian Stewart The attribution of the thistle-head and mullet groats 66-72
J. D. A. Thompson British currency and the importation of bullion, 1793-1840 73-79
J. D. A. Thompson Documents illustrating the export of counterfeit currency to the West Indies 80-87
Miscellanea 88-123
C. E. Blunt and R. H. M. Dolley The Chester (1950) hoard 125-160
C. E. Blunt The Smarmore hoard of tenth-century pennies 161-166
R. H. M. Dolley The significance of die-axis in the context of the later Anglo-Saxon coinage 167-172
Horace H, King Two numismatic journeys to Scandinavia: new moneyers for the types in the Sussex and Guildford mints 173-174
R. H. M. Dolley A piedfort lead trial-piece of Edward the Confessor 175-178
F. Elmore Jones New light on the Abbot of Peterborough in the Norman period 179-181
Ian Stewart The heavy silver coinage of James III and James IV 182-194
Herbert Schneider A note on Mr. Whitton's paper "The coinages of Henry VIII and Edward VI in Henry's name". To which are added certain addenda and corrigenda 195-203
R. H. M. Dolley, G. F. Howell and H. G. Stride A contemporary forgery of William III crown 204-210
Miscellanea 211-240
Presidential Address 1953 241-248
D. F. Allen Three ancient British coins 249-255
C. E. Blunt Saxon coins from Southampton and Bangor 256-262
R. H. M. Dolley A new Anglo-Saxon mint 263-265
R. H. M. Dolley The “jewel-cross” coinage of Ælfgifu Emma, Harthacnut, and Harold I 266-275
Ian Halley Stewart Double moneyers' names on early Scottish pennies 276-280
R. M. H. Dolley and I. H. Stewart The 1953 Bootham Treasure Trove 281-293
J. P. C. Kent The Yearby (Redcar) hoard 294-301
R. H. M. Dolley and Mrs. J. S. Strudwick An early seventeenth-century collection of Anglo-Saxon coins 302-312
C. Wilson Peck The Royal Farthing Tokens of James I 313-333
R. D. Beresford-Jones The Oxford mint and the triple unites of Charles I 334-344
D. W. Dykes Some local tokens and their issuers in early nineteenth-century Swansea 345-353
Miscellanea 354-361
Reviews 362-364
Obituaries 365-366
Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society 1954 367-383
List of Members 1955 384-389
Index 390-394
28 1955-57 Third Series VIII Download / List Parts
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Contents
R. Rainbird Clarke A hoard of silver coins of the Iceni from Honingham, Norfolk 1-10
R. H. M. Dolley A neglected but vital Yorkshire hoard 11-17
C. E. Blunt and J. D. A. Thompson Forgery in the Anglo-Saxon series 18-25
R. H. M. Dolley and J. S. Strudwick The provenances of the Anglo-Saxon coins recorded in the tow volumes of the British Museum Catalogue 26-59
Horace H. King The Coins of the Sussex Mints: Part I, Bramber (?), Chichester, Pevensey and Rye 60-74
R. H. M. Dolley and F. Elmore Jones An Intermediate Small Cross issue of Aethelraed II and some late varieties of the Crux type 75-87
R. H. M. Dolley Three late Anglo-Saxon notes 88-105
Ian Halley Stewart The Stamford mint and the connexion with the abbot of Peterborough under Ethelred II 106-110
Peter Seaby The Sequnece of Anglo-Saxon coin types 111-146
R. H. M. Dolley The Dover hoard, the first English hoard with groats of Edward I 147-165
J. R. Vincent Unpublished information upon Charles I Weymouth mints 169-170
Arthur C. Griffin The 'Dunkirk' tokens 171-174
Miscellanea 175-226
C. S. S. Lyon A Reapraisal of the sceatta and styca coinage of Northumbria 227-242
R. H. M. Dolley A new type and moneyer of Eadberht 'Praen' 243-248
Horace H. King The Coins of the Sussex Mints: Part II, Hastings and Steyning 249-263
R. H. M. Dolley A note on the mints of Sudbury and Southwark at the end of the reign of Aethelre II 264-269
R. H. M. Dolley and F. Elmore Jones The mints "AET GOTHABYRIG" and "AET SITH(M)ESTEBYRIG" 270-282
R. H. M. Dolley The Stockbridge down find of Anglo-Saxon coins 283-287
G. L. V. Tatler A note on the transition between types I and II of the pennies of Edward I 288-293
R. H. M. Dolley A find of Edward I and II at Neath Abbey 294-299
W. J. W. Potter The Heavy groats of Henry VI 300-311
Herbert Schneider An angel of Edward V in the Herentals (Belgium) Treasure Trove 312-316
Ian Halley Stewart The identity of 'the New Plakkis last cunyeit' withdrawn in 1485 317-329
Herbert Schneider The tower gold of Charles I 330-385
H. G. Stride The gold coinage of Charles II 386-393
Robert J. Sherlock A nineteenth-century manuscript book on coins 394-399
Miscellanea 400-432
List of members 433-442
Derek F. Allen A remarkable celtic coin from Canterbury 443-448
C. E. Blunt and R. H. M. Dolley The Anglo-Saxon coins in the Vatican library 449-458
R. H. M. Dolley and D. M. Metcalf Two stray finds from St. Albans of coins of Offa and of Chalremagne 459-466
C. E. Blunt The coinage of Ecgberht, king of Wessex, 802-39 467-476
Philip Grierson Halfpennies and third-pennies of king Alfred 477-493
F. Elmore Jones and C. E. Blunt The tenth-century mint 'Aet Weardbyrig' 494-498
R. H. M. Dolley Two Anglo-Saxon notes 499-508
B. H. I. H. Stewart The Small Crux issue of Aethelraed II 509-517
Horace H. King The coins of the Sussex mints: Part III, Lewes 518-536
F. Elmore Jones Stephen type VII 537-554
R. H. M. Dolley A further find of Edward pennies at Neath Abbey 555-559
W. J. W. Potter Henry VIII - The sequence of marks in the second coinage 560-567
I. D. Brown Some notes on the coinage of Elizabeth I with special reference to her hammered silver 568-603
R. D. Beresford-Jones The Oxford mint 1642-6: Unites and Half-Unites 604-619
S. A. H. Whetmore Notes on some issers of countermarked Spanish dollars 620-648
Miscellanea
Reviews
Proceedings
Presidential Address
Index
29 1958-59 Third Series IX Download / List Parts
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Contents iii-vi
D. F. Allen Some Ancient British notes 1-4
C. W. Lister Four ancient British coins 5-7
C. E. Blunt Some new Mercian coins 8-11
R. S. Kinsey Anglo-Saxon law and practice relating to mints and moneyers … 12-50
R. H. M. Dolley Three more late Saxon notes 51-60
R. H. M. Dolley Three West Country notes 61-68
R. H. M. Dolley and D. M. Metcaf Cnut’s Quatrefoil type in English cabinets of the eighteenth century 69-81
R. H. M. Dolley and F. Elmore Jones A Parcel of Cross-and-Crosslets pence from the Tealby find 82-86
W. A. Seaby A St. Patrick Halfpenny of John de Courci 87-90
B. H. I. H. Stewart The Brussels hoard: Mr. Baldwin's arrangment of the Scottish coins 91-97
F. S. Snow An Anglo-Gallic gold hoard 98-100
H. Schneider The tower gold of Charles I. Part II 101-127
Robert B. K. Stevenson The “Stirling” turners of Charles I, 1632-9 128-151
C. Wilson Peck The pattern halfpennies and farthings of Anne 152-171
Owen F. Parsons A note on some 18th century dies in the Gloucester City Museum 172-173
Eric P. Newman A successful British counterfeiting of American paper money during the American Revolution 174-187
Miscellanea 188-214
Lady Briscoe, R. A. G. Carson and R. H. M. Dolley An Icenian coin hoard from Lakenheath, Suffolk 215-219
C. E. Blunt and R. H. M. Dolley The hoard evidence for the coins of Alfred 220-247
W. A. Seaby Anglo-Saxon coins and hoards found in the north of Ireland 248-254
R. H. M. Dolley A hoard of pennies of Eadgar from Laugharne churchyard in South Wales 255-258
R. H. M. Dolley Some further remarks on the Transitional Crux issue of Æthelræd II 259-264
V. J. Butler and R. H. M. Dolley New light on the nineteenth-century find of pence of Æthelræd II from St Martin’s-Le-Grand 265-274
R. H. M. Dolley The myth of a coinage of the Ostmen of Dublin in the name of Tymme Sjællandsfar 275-288
R. H. M. Dolley New light on the order of the early issues of Edward the Confessor 289-292
B. H. I. H. Stewart An uncertain mint of David I 293-296
R. H. M. Dolley A note on the chronology of some published and unpublished “short cross” finds from the British Isles 297-321
P. Frank Purvey The XVd Durham pennies of Edward III 322-325
F. Elmore Jones EDWARDVS REX AIN” - De Bury or Hatfield?: a new approach to an old problem 328-333
W. J. W. Potter The silver coinages of Richard II, Henry IV, and Henry V. [Part] I: Richard II 334-352
D. M. Metcalf and C. E. Blunt Three early discoveries of 'leather money' 353-356
Peter Berghaus Westphalian countermarks on English groats 357-361
B. H. I. H. Stewart The Glenluce hoard, 1956 362-381
H. Schneider The Tower gold of Charles I. Part III 382-403
W. A. Seaby Two coin hoards of the rebellion period (1641-9) from Ulster 404-414
Miscellanea 415-421
Reviews 422-426
Obituary 427-428
Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society 1959 429-431
Presedential Address 432-438
List of Members 1960 439-445
Index 446-449
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H. de S. Shortt A new Durotrigic hoard from Godshill, Hampshire 1-5
S. E. Rigold The two primary series of sceattas 6-53
V. J. Butler and R. H. M. Dolley Two die-links relative to the Anglo-Saxon mint at Northampton 54-56
R. H. M. Dolley The mythical “helmet”/”long cross” mules of Æthelræd II 57-60
F. Elmore Jones The mint of Axbridge 61-69
R. H. M. Dolley A note on the Anglo-Saxon mint of Reading 70-75
R. H. M. Dolley A small parcel of pennies of the Confessor from the Sedlescombe find 76-81
J. S. Forbes and D. B. Dalladay Composition of English silver coins (870-1300) 82-87
D. M. Metcalf Some finds of medieval coins from Scotland and the north of England 88-123
W. J. W. Potter The silver coinages of Richard II, Henry IV, and Henry V. Part II: Henry IV 124-150
D. G. Liddell and P. A. Rayner Charles I Truro/Exeter half-crowns 151-158
S. A. H. Whetmore Some further notes on Thomas Simon 159-173
R. N. P. Hawkins Minor products of nineteenth-century diesinking 174-187
Miscellanea 188-211
Peter Spufford Some hoard evidence from a nineteenth-century collection 213-216
R. H. M. Dolley and V. J. Butler Some “Northern” variants etc. of the “crux” issue of Æthelræd II 217-220
V. J. Butler Some misread moneyers of London in the reign of Æthelræd II 221-226
R. H. M. Dolley An apparently unrecorded class of Hiberno-Norse imitation of the coinage of Æthelræd II 227-230
R. H. M. Dolley Some further critical die-links in the Hiberno-Norse series 231-234
C. S. S. Lyon, G. van der Meer and R. H. M. Dolley Some Scandinavian coins in the names of Æthelræd, Cnut, and Harthacnut attributed by Hildebrand to English mints 235-251
L. O. Lagerqvist and R. H. M. Dolley The problem of the “fleur-de-lis” sceptre on the Sigtuna coins of Cnut 252-261
W. J. W. Potter and E. J. Winstanley The coinage of Henry VII 262-301
H. Schneider The tower gold of Charles I. Part IV 302-330
W. A. Seaby Five seventeenth-century coin hoards from Ulster 331-343
W. A. Seaby Two gold coin hoards from northern Ireland 344-345
C. Wilson Peck Photography of coins in monochrome and colour on 35mm. film 348-359
Miscellanea 360-368
Reviews 369-373
Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society 1961 374-377
Presidential Address 378-384
List of Members 1962 385-391
Index 392-395
Series Summary Index Vols. XXI-XXX (1931-1961) 396-417
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D. F. Allen The Haslemere hoard 1-7
Grierson The authenticity of the York “thrymsas 8-10
H. G. Pagan and N. G. Rhodes Anglo-Saxon coins in the Westminster School collection 11-26
B. H. I. H. Stewart Moneta and Mot on Anglo-Saxon coins 27-42
C. E. Blunt Two Anglo-Saxon notes: [1] The coinage of Æthelred, Archbishop of Canterbury 43-44
C. S. S. Lyon Two notes on the “last small cross” type of Æthelræd II: I. A late variety from the London mint; II. A second die-link between the mints “Gothaburh” and Exeter 49-52
R. H. M. Dolley Two Anglo-Saxon notes: [1] A Cnut die-link between the mints of Salisbury and Wilton 53-54
D. Sellwood Medieval minting techniques 57-65
F. Elmore Jones Four Anglo-Saxon, Norman and Plantagenet notes: [1] The mysterious mint of “DERNT" 66-72
R. H. M. Dolley The 1962 Llantrithyd treasure trove and some thoughts on the first Norman coinage of Wales 74-79
G. L. V. Tatler and B. H. I. H. Steward Edwardian sterlings in the Montrave hoard 80-87
Frank Purvey The pence, half-pence and farthings of Richard II, of the mints of London, York and Durham 88-108
W. J. W. Potter and E. J. Winstanley The coinage of Henry VII. Chapter VI. 109-124
W. J. W. Potter The coinage of Edward VI in his own name. Part I: Second period, January 1549 to October 1551 125-137
Oliver Cresswell A re-examination of a gold medal awarded to Major Rogers for valorous services in 1690 138-151
S. A. H. Whetmore The Castle Comer Colliery token 152-158
Miscellanea 159-166
Reviews 167-168
Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society 1962 169-173
Presidential Address 1962 174-181
List of Members 1963 182-188
Index 189-190
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D. F. Allen Celtic coins from the Romano-British temple at Harlow, Essex 1-6
M. A. O'Donovan The Vatican hoard of Anglo-Saxon pennies 7-29
R. H. M. Dolley A probable fourth Kentish mint of Æthelstan 30-33
R. H. M. Dolley A small parcel of First Hand pennies of Æthelræd II from the 1863 Ipswich hoard 34-38
R. H. M. Dolley and E. J. E. Pirie The repercussions on Chester’s prosperity of the Viking descent on Cheshire in 980 39-44
R. H. M. Dolley Some mis-attributed Fleur-de-lis coins of Harold I 45-47
Ian Stewart An eighteenth-century Manx find of early Scottish sterlings 48-56
John D. Brand Some Short Cross questions 57-69
F. Elmore Jones Norwich or Northampton - a “shortcross” problem 70-72
David Wilmer Dykes The coinage of Richard Olof 73-79
D. M. Metcalf A fourteenth-century deposit from Hull 80-82
R. H. M. Dolley The 1961 find of fourteenth-century silver coins from Mareham-le-Fen in Lincolnshire 83-89
R. H. M. Dolley Two neglected Northumbrian hoards of late 14th-century gold coins 90-93
W. A. Seaby and B. H. I. H. Stewart A fourteenth-century hoard of Scottish groats from Balleny Townland, Co. Down 94-106
C. E. Blunt and R. M. H. Dolley The Witchingham, Norfolk, XV-XVIc. hoard (1805) 107-109
Peter Spufford Burgundian double patards in late medieval England 110-117
Philip Grierson The origins of the English sovereign and the symbolism of the closed crown 118-134
C. E. Challis Southwark mint 1545-1551 135-140
William O'Sullivan The only gold coins issued in Ireland 1646 141-150
J. P. C. Kent Hoard reports: Elizabeth I - Charles I 151-155
M. M. Archibald Four 18th-20th centuries hoard reports 156-163
D. L. F. Sealy The Guernsey eight doubles of 1864 164-167
Miscellanea 168-175
Reviews 176-180
Obituary 181-182
Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society 1964 183-187
Presidential Address 188-195
List of Members 1965 196-203
Index 204-206
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D. F. Allen A Celtic miscellany 1-7
H. E. Pagan A third gold coin of Mercia 8-10
H. E. Pagan Coinage in the age of Burgred 11-27
R. I. Page Ralph Thoresbury's runic coins 28-31
R. H. M. Dolley The Guernsey eight doubles of 1864 32-36
Veronica J. Smart A subsidiary issue of Æthelred II’s Long Cross 37-41
C. S. S. Lyon A round Halfpenny of Edward the Confessor 42-45
R. H. M. Dolley, D. J. Elliott and F. Elmore Jones The Buckingham mint 46-52
N. J. Ebsworth The Anglo-Saxon and Norman mint of Warwick 53-85
J. D. Brand and J. D. A. Thompson A Worcestershire hoard of Short Cross pennies 86-89
John D. Brand The Short Cross coins of Rhuddlan 90-97
R. H. M. Dolley and William O'Sulivan The Corofin (Co. Clare) hoard - late 12th - early 13th centuries 98-103
R. H. M. Dolley and W. A. Seaby parcel of Long Cross coins - ?from the 1869 Tower Hill hoard 104-108
B. H. I. H. Stewart and R. B. K. Stevenson The Rhoneston hoard, 1961 109-117
Herbert Schneider Chronological problems of the Pinecone-Mascle coinage of Henry VI 118-120
T. F. Reddaway Two Tudor notes 121-125
S. N. Lane A seventeenth-century bronze hoard from County Kerry 126-131
David Wilmer Dykes and Kenneth A. Jacob Two notes on trade tokens: [1] A mythical seventeenth-century halfpenny of Cambridge 132-134
W. A. Seaby Castlegomber Tokens: an inquiry 139-148
R. N. P. Hawkins Supplement to Catalogue of the Advertisment of 'Spade' Guineas and their halves (BNJ xxxii 1964) 149-161
Daniel Fearon General Gordon's Khartoum Star 162-165
Miscellanea 166-176
Reviews 177-186
Proceedings and Exhibitions 187-190
Presidential Address 191-200
Index 201-203
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D. F. Allen Celtic Coins from the Romano-British Temple at Harlow 1-7
D. F. Allen Three Ancient British Notes 8-10
D. R. Walker The 'Wolf' Sceattas 11-28
C. E. Blunt and R. H. M. Dolley On an alleged Penny of Ludica, King of Mercia 825-7 29-31
Michael Dolley A Fourth Find of Ninth-Century Coins from Ireland 32-35
R. P. Mack St. John's Church, Chester, Hoard of 1862 36-39
Michael Dolley OE *Christ3egn—An Unsuspected Instance of Early Middle Irish Influence on English Name-giving 40-45
Ian Stewart The St. Martin Coins of Lincoln 46-54
Michael Dolley and C. E. Blunt A Parcel of Reform-type Pence of Eadgar and his Successors 55-58
Michael Dolley and Stewart Lyon Additional Evidence for the Sequence of Types Early in the Reign of Edward the Confessor 59-61
Michael Dollet, Lillemob Lundstrom and Gay van der Meer A Preliminary Account of the Anglo-Saxon-Element in the 1966 Find from Tingstade Parish on Gotland 62-80
Michael Dolley, C. E. Blunt and G. van der Meer The Anglo-Saxon Element in the 1967 Burge Hoard from Lummelunda Parish, Gotland 81-85
F. Elmore Jones and C. E. Blunt A Remarkable Parcel of Norman Pennies in Moscow 86-92
Colm Gallagher Neglected Documentary Evidence for the Currency of 14th Cent. Scottish Coins in N.E. Ireland 93-95
Michael Dolley and W. A. Seaby Some Unpublished Early Nineteenth-Century Irish Finds 96-105
C. E. Blunt Unrecorded Heavy Nobles of Henry IV and Some Remarks on that Issue 106-113
Michael Dolley and W. A. Seaby Le Money del Oraylly (O'Reilly's Money) 114-117
Michael Dolley Elizabethan Bungal(l)—A Contribution to Anglo-Irish Lexicography 118-121
Herbert Schneider The Hammered Gold Coins of Charles I I 122-168
D. Stevenson The Irish Emergency Coinages of James I I 169-175
T. V. Buttrey Cut coins in Canada 176-178
G. K. Beaulah The Medals of the Art Union of London 179-185
R. C. Bell The Tokens of Thomas Hollo way 186-188
Miscellanea
Reviews
Obituaries
Proceedings
Presidential Address
President's review
List of Members
Index
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D. F. Allen Celtic Coins from the Romano-British Temple at Harlow 1-6
D. F. Allen Three Notes on Ancient British Coins 7-9
H. E. Pagan A New Type for Beonna 10-15
Ian Stewart Notes on the Intermediate Small Cross and Transitional Crux Types of Ethelred II 16-24
Michael Dolley and S. N. Lane A Parcel of late Eleventh Century Hiberno-Norse Coins found in Northern Italy 25-28
Michael Dolley The Anglo-Norman Coins in the Uppsala University Cabinet 29-34
C. E. Blunt, F. Elmore Jones and P. H. Robinson On some hoards of the time of Stephen 35-42
E. W. Dandon The Nottingham Find of 1880: a Stephen hoard re-examined 43-64
F. Banks The 1868 Hoard from the Albert Dock Lock Pit, Hull 65-72
Herbert Schneider The Significance of the Archaeological Evidence in a Review of a French Hoard of English Gold Coins 73-84
Michael Dolley, Colm Gallagher and W. A. Seaby The Sixteenth Century Coin Hoard from Moig South, Askeaton, Co. Limerick 85-92
C. E. Challis Tower I I 1545-1552 93-97
J. K. R. Murray The Scottish Coinage of 1553 98-109
F. R. Cooper Silver Crowns of the Tower Mint of Charles I : a study of the dies and die combinations 110-137
J. F. C. Kent Hoard Reports XVI-XX Centuries 138-145
R. N. P. Hawkins Supplement I I to Catalogue of the Advertisement Imitations of 'Spade' Guineas and their Halves (BNJ xxxii 1963 and xxxiv 1965)
F. Pridmore Notes on Colonial Coins: Mr. A. P. Spencer, Artist/Engraver, His Majesty's Mint, Calcutta and the re-designed Coinages of King George VI British India 1938-1947
D. V. Deane Modern Coinage Systems
J. C. Rudge Milled Edges and Counterfeit Florins
Miscellanea
Reviews
Proceedings
Presidential Address
President's review
Accounts
Index
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C. E. King A Small Hoard of Carausius found near Bicester, Oxfordshire 7-16
J. A. Davies The Barbarous Radiates from Richborough 17-28
Wilfred A. Seaby A Coenwulf Penny by Wihtred from Bidford-on-Avon, Warwickshire 29-33
Marion M. Archibald A Ship Type of Athelstan I of East Anglia 34-40
H. E. Pagan The Coinage of the East Anglian Kingdom from 825 to 870 41-83
Elizabeth J. E. Pirie The Ripon Hoard, 1695: Contemporary and Current Interest 84-103
M Dhenin and P. Leclercq The Coins of Quentovic from the Cuerdale Hoard in the Museum of Boulogne-sur-Mer 104-107
Ian Stewart The Anonymous Anglo-Viking Issue with Sword and Hammer Types and the Coinage of Sitric I 108-116
C. E. Blunt The Cabinet of the Marquess of Ailesbury and the Penny of Hywel Dda 117-122
Paul Robinson The 'Eadpeard' Variety of the Hammer Cross Type of Edward the Confessor 123-131
D. H. Caldwell, Joan E. L. Murray and M. Delme-Radcliffe Innerwick Hoard, 1979 132-150
Marvin Lessen The Cromwell Funeral Medal by Simon 151-157
George Berry Sutler to His Majesty's Guard of Foot 158-160
J. Keith Horsefield Copper v Tin Coins in Seventeenth-Century England 161-180
Philip Grierson Computational Fractions of the Grain: Mites, Droits, Periods and Blanks 181-186
T. Stainton The Proposed Royal Academy Medal of 1793 187-197
G. P. Dyer and P. P. Gaspar The Dorrien & Magens Shilling of 1798 198-214
R. H. Thompson and A. J. Wager The Purpose and Use of Public House Checks 215-233
G. P. Dyer Numbered Strikings of Victorian Bronze Coins, 1860-68 234-240
Short Articles and Notes 241-246
Ian Stewart Review Article: The Nelson Collection at Liverpool and Some York Questions 247-251
Reviews 252-260
P. Woodhead The Publications of F.Elmore-Jones 261-264
Obituary
Proceedings
Accounts
Presidential Address
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Editorial Note
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D. M. Metcalf Some Finds of Thrymas and Sceattas in England 1-15
Martin Biddle, Christopher Blunt, Birthe Kjolbye-Biddle, Michael Metcalf and Hugh Pagan Coins of the Anglo-Saxon Period from Repton, Derbyshire, II 16-34
D. M. Metcalf and J. P. Northover Interpreting the Alloy of the Later Anglo-Saxon Coinage 35-63
M. A. S. Blackburn and M. J. Bonser Single Finds of Anglo-Saxon and Norman Coins - 3 64-101
Petery Seaby The Defaced Pennies of Stephen from Sussex Mints 102-107
David Sellwood The Trial of Nicholas Briot 108-123
R. G. Dotty A Mint for Mexico': Boulton, Watt and the Guanajuto Mint 124-147
Philip Attwood The Slade Girls 148-177
Short Articles and Notes 178-190
Reviews 191-200
(Ian Stewart) Obituary (Lieutenant-Colonel J. K. R. Murray) 201-203
Proceedings 1986 204-204
Accounts for the Year ended 31 October 1985 205-206
Presidential Address 1986 207-209
Index 210-212
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Daphne Briggs, Colin Haslegrove and Cathy King Iron Age and Roman coins from Hayling Island temple 1-62
D. M. Metcalf The Rome (Forum) hoard of 1883 63-96
J. J. North Some unpublished varieties of Edward I, II and III 97-101
Edward Besly The English Civil War mints at Truro and Exeter, 1642-1646 102-153
G. Berry, D. J. Gaunt an R. H. Thompson Two Seventeenth Century token issuers 154-162
Robert Heslip Eighteenth Century Ulster tokens 163-174
Lord Stewartby The Wingate Sale 1875 175-184
A. D. Garrett The Royal Mint: a pursuit of technical and artistic excellence 185-192
Short Articles and Notes 193-200
Coin Register 201-226
Reviews 227-231
Proceedings 232-232
Accounts 233-234
Presidential Address 235-246
Index 247-259
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Mark Blackburn Hiberno-Norse and Irish Sea Imitations of Cnut's Quatrefoil Type 1-20
W. Johnson 21-32
N. M. McQ. Holmes 33-59 The Ednam, The Roxburgshire, Hoard (1995)
G. P. Dyer 60-66 Thomas Grayham's Copper Survey of 1857
Mark Stocker The Coinage of 1893 67-86
Lord Stewartby Scottish Coin Collections 87-112
Short Articles and Notes 113-139
Coin Register 1996 140-172
Review Article 173-176
Reviews 177-186
Proceedings 1996 187-187
Accounts for the Year ended 31 October 1995 188-189
Presidential Address 1996 190-192
Presentation: The Sanford Saltus Medal to Mr. Jeffrey North 193-193
Presentation: The Council Prize to Mr. Martin Allen 194-194
Index 195-206
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David Woods Some unidentified Roman prototypes of British Celtic coins 1-14
Katharina Ulmschneider and Michael Metcalf Sceattas and early broad pennies found in the Isle of Wight 15-43
Rory Naismith London and its mint c.880–1066: a preliminary survey 44-74
Norman Biggs Weight, coinage, and the nation, 973–1200 75-100
John Mattison and Peter Cherry The Carlisle mint coinages of Henry I, Stephen, David I and Earl Henry 101-111
Giles E. M. Gaspar and Svein H. Gullbekk An intimate encounter with English coinage in the High Middle Ages: the case of Wulfric of Haselbury 112-119
D. W. Dykes King John’s Irish Rex coinage revisited. Part I: the dating of the coinage 120-133
Richard Cassidy The royal exchanges and mints in the period of Baronial Reform 134-148
Pamela Nightingale A crisis of credit in the fifteenth century, or of historical interpretation? 149-163
James Bolton Reply to Pamela Nightingale’s ‘A crisis of credit’ 164-165
Edward Besly and C. Stephen Briggs Coin hoards of Charles I and the Commonwealth of England, 1625–60, from England and Wales 166-206
Martin Allen and C. Stephen Briggs The Bene’t Street, Cambridge, hoard of gold and silver coins of Elizabeth I, James I and Charles I 207-213
Roger Bland Presidential Address 2012. Hoarding in Britain: an overview 214-238
Short Articles and Notes 239-262
Coin Hoards 263-278
Coin Register 279-312
Reviews 313-322
Obituaries 323-326
President's Review 327-329
Proceedings 330-334
Trustee's Report 335-340
Back Matter 341-342
Index 343-346
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David Woods Ravens, eagles, and a war of images between Verica and Epaticcus, 1-8
Roger Bland Hoarding in Iron Age and Roman Britain: the puzzle of the late Roman period 9-38
Gareth Willims Why are there no coins in the Staffordshire hoard? 39-51
D. M. Metcalf The archbisop’s hat. A suggested attribution for the sceattas of Series F 52-71
I. David Brown The number of moneyers and the frequency of recoinages during the Norman period: a mathematical model 72-89
D. W. Dykes King John’s Irish Rex coinage revisited. Part II: The symbolism of the coinage 90-100
D. W. Dykes The Anglo-Irish coinage of Henry VI 101-108
N. M. McQ. Holmes and H. Van Caelenberghe Some Scottish ‘black money’ and its imitations found in Netherlands and Belgium 109-124
Peter Spufford Scottish black money in the Low Countries, c.1484–1506 125-139
B. J. Cook This is the very coinage of your brain: Shakespeare and money revisited 140-164
David Holt, John Hulett and Bob Lyall The Tower Mint shillings of Charles I (1625–49) 165-176
Julian Hoppit Economical reform and the Mint, 1780–1816 177-190
Eric C. Hodge Further merchant countermark records of the Thistle Bank: a reassessment of the issues 191-209
Chris Salmon and George Baldwin Balancing security and aesthetics: the evolution of modern banknote design 210-224
Short Articles and Notes 225-247
Coin Hoards 248-256
Coin Register 257-271
Reviews 272-283
President's Review 284-287
Proceedings 288-290
Back Matter 291-292
Index 293-312
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