Many pp + pl. Countermarked Spanish Dollar for Old Canada; Concerning the Evolution of some reverse Types of the Anglo-Norman Coinage; Review of the 1905 Numismatic Chronicle “.it has not yet dawned up the sleep intelligence of the contributors.”; Leather Currency (signed by the author); Two Tragedies, a Medieval Charm and a Note on the Mint of Rhuddlan, A Cut New England Threepence Attributed to the Leeward Islands; A Review of the Pattern Broads of Charles II; Quando Moneta Vertebatur : The Change of Coin-types in the Eleventh-century; its bearing on Mules and Overstrikes; The Bombay Pice struck by the English EIC during the Reign of Charles II; The Die for Stephen's Coinage in the Guildhall Museum, and secondary evidence there of an Unpubl Penny of Henry I. The Coins of Eadmund's Moneyers, Faraman and Ingelar; An Exhibition of Coins of Henry VIII by R C Lockett (1942-3); The Provenances of the Anglo-Saxon Coins Recorded in the two volumes of the British Museum Catalogue (incl. corrigenda); The Oxford Mint, 1642 - 6 Unites and Half-unites. And several other offprints including The Browne Prize Medals by S E Freeman - from Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1946.
Blue cloth. Expertly sewn in, so well that they cannot be taken apart ! Cover stained with glue.
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