The British Numismatic Journal (BNJ) is the Society's principal publication, and is the foremost journal for matters relating to British Numismatics. It contains a number of scholarly articles as well as notes, obituaries, reviews and transactions. the journal is produced annually in hard-back form, and a copy is sent free to all members of the Society.
The British Numismatic Journal is distributed for the Society by Spink. Any queries concerning the purchase of back-numbers should be directed to Spink.
Coin Register was significantly redesigned in 2011 to provide a review of important single finds of Iron Age, Roman and Medieval coins with a supplementary appendix listing other finds recorded by the Corpus of Early Medieval Coin Finds (EMC). PDF plates of the coins in the Appendix for 2011, 2012 and 2013 are available here, with more recent coins viewable via the Corpus website.
Digital British Numismatic Journal
Back issues of the British Numismatic Journal are available to read by following the links below. The volumes are arranged chronologically. If you are looking for a specific subject then you may find the Index of BNJ contents 1903-2010 helpful.
You may download a whole volume but the files are very large and may take some time to download. All of the files are PDFs and will require a reader to access them. To download a reader for free (Adobe Acrobat) please click here.
|John Talbot and Ian Leins||Before Boudicca: The Wickham Market hoard and the middle phase gold coinage of East Anglia||1-23|
|Rainer Kretz||The Biga Gold of Cunobelinus||24-50|
|Gareth Williams||Anglo-Saxon Gold Coinage. Part 1: The Transition from Roman to Anglo-Saxon coinage||51-75|
|Rory Naismith||The coinage of Offa Revisited||76-106|
|N. M. McQ. Holmes and Lord Stewartby||The Coinage of John Baliol||107-130|
|Martin Allen||The Output and profits of the Calais Mint, 1349-1450||131-139|
|Robin J. Eaglen||Presidential Address 2009. The illustration of Coins: An Historical Survey. Part I||140-150|
|D. J. Symons||A Birmingham Miscellany (2)||151-165|
|D. W. Dykes||J B' of 'Foundling Fields'||166-175|
|Mark Stocker||The New Zealand 'Waitangi' Crown of 1935||176-188|
|Short Articles and Notes||189-206|
|President's Review of the Year 2008||243-245|