BNJThe 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.

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1958-59

Author Title Pages
Title Pages
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