BNS Medal
The British Numismatic Society

Promoting the study of coins, medals, tokens and banknotes



1907 (Vol. 4)

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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