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174 Rare Coin Books Catalog of Great Britain - Ireland, Scotland


Rare coins and tokens books of

Great Britain - England, Scotland, Wales  and Ireland.

174 books on DVD

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A Catalogue of English Coins in the British Museum, Anglo-Saxon Series, Vol I: by Herbert Greuber 1887;
A Catalogue of English Coins in the British Museum, Anglo-Saxon Series, Vol II: by Herbert Greuber 1893;
A Catalogue of English Coins in the British Museum, The Norman Kings, Vol I: by G C Brooke 1916;
A Catalogue of English Coins in the British Museum, The Norman Kings, Vol II: by G C Brooke 1916;
A Compilation of English Silver Coins issued since the Conquest with their Values – J Henry 1882;
A Counting House Dictionary containing an explanation of the technical terms used by Merchants and Bankers – R Bithell;
A Descriptive Catalogue of Coins, Tokens and Medals issued in or relating to the Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland – R W McLachlan 1886;
A Dictionary of Numismatic Names – A R Frey 1917;
A Guide to the Coins of Great Britain & Ireland: by W S Thorburn 1888;
A guide to the English Medals exhibited in the King’s Library: by H A Greuber 1881; Volume 1
A Guide to the Exhibition of English Medals – H Greuber 1891; Volume 2
A Guide to the Study and Arrangement of English Coins – H W Henfrey 1870;
A Historical account of English money from the Conquest to James I – 1726;
A history of Currency in the British Colonies – R Chalmers 1893;
A Memoir of the life and works of William Wyon – 1837;
A Numismatic Manual – J Y Akerman 1840;
A Report containing and Essay for the amendment of the Silver Coins – 1695;
A Select Collection of scarce and valuable tracts and other publications on Paper Currency and Banking – 1857;
A Short account of Scottish money and coins – 1817;
A Short History of Coins and Currency – Lord Avebury 1903;
A Supplement to the Coinage of Scotland – J Lindsay 1859;
A Table of English Silver Coins from the Norman Conquest to the Present Time: by M Folkes 1745;
A treatise on coins, currency, and banking with observations on the Bank Act of 1844 – H N Sealy 1858;
A Treatise on the Coins of the Realm in a letter to the King – Charles Earl of Liverpool 1805;
A View of the Coinage of Ireland, from the Invasion of the Danes to the reign of George IV – J Lindsay 1839;
A vindication of the Celtic inscriptions on Gaulish and British Coins: by Beale Poste 1862;
Alphabetical list of Provincial Copper Coins or Tokens issued between 1786 and 1796 – S Birchall 1796;
An Account of some Rare and Unpublished Ancient British Coins – J Evans 1860;
An arrangement of Provincial Coins, Tokens, and Medalets issued in Great Britain, Ireland and the Colonies (within the last 20 years) – James Conder 1798;
An Assemblage of Coins fabricated by authority of the Archbishops of Canterbury – S Pegge 1772;
An Enquiry into and an Explanation of Decimal Coinage and the Metric System of Weights and Measures – E Anthony 1904;
An Essay on Medals – J Pinkerton 1784;
An Essay on Medals: or, an introduction to the knowledge of ancient and modern coins and medals, especially those of Greece, Rome and Britain (2 Volumes) – J Pinkerton 1806;
An Essay on the Coins of Cunobelin – S Pegge 1766;
An essay on the means of Distinguishing Antique, from Counterfeit, Coins and Medals – J T Brockett 1819;
An essay on the Numismatic History of the Ancient Kingdom of the East Angles – D H Haigh 1845;
An Essay on the Roman Denarius and English Silver Penny – W Till 1838;
An Historical and Critical account of a Grand Series of National Medals published under the direction of James Mudie Esq – 1820;
Annals of the Coinage of Britain and its Dependencies, Vols I, II (revised to the reign of Queen Victoria) – Rev Rogers Ruding 1840 (2 volumes);
Annals of the Coinage of Britain and its Dependencies, Vols I, II, III, IV, V – Rev Rogers Ruding 1840 (5 volumes);
Australasian Tokens and Coins, A Handbook: by Dr A Andrews 1921;
Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, Coin, Gem, and Seal Engravers, Mint Masters etc Ancient and Modern with reference to their Works B.C. 500 – A.D. 1900, Volumes 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 (5 Volumes) – L Forrer 1916;
British Museum: A Guide to the Exhibition of English Coins – H A Greuber 1891;
Catalogue of a valuable collection of English Coins of the reign of Charles I: by Cumberland Clark 1914;
Catalogue of the Valuable collection of Coins and Medals, The Property of the Late John G Murdoch Esq – Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge 1904;
Celtic Inscriptions on Gaulish and British Coins: by Beale Poste 1861;
Chronicon Preciosun or, an account of English Gold and Silver Money etc – Bishop Fleetwood 1745;
Coin Types, their Origin and Development – G Macdonald 1905;
Coins and Tokens of the Possessions and Colonies of the British Empire: by James Atkins 1889;
Coins Of The Romans Relating To Britain
Coins, Medals, and Seals; ancient and modern – W C Prime 1864;
Coins, Tokens and Medals of Cambridge – W G Searle 1871;
Coins, Tokens and Medals of the Dominion of Canada – A Sundham 1869;
Coins, Weights, and Measures of British India – 1834;
Decimal Coinage – J Lawrie 1854
Description of Anglo-Gallic coins in the British Museum – 1826;
Descriptive Catalogue of Impressions from Ancient Scottish Seals – H Laing 1850;
Descriptive Catalogue of London Traders, Tavern, and Coffe-House Tokens current in the 17th Century – H B H Beaufoy & J H Burn 1855;
Descriptive particulars of English Coronation Medals, from Edward VI to Queen Victoria – W Till 1838;
Discovery of Carlovingian Coins at Mullaboden, Ballymore Eustace – Rev J F Shearman 1871 (4 page account);
Dye’s Coin Encyclopaedia; a complete illustrated history of the Coins of the World – J S Dye 1883;
English Coins and Tokens: by Llewellynn Jewitt 1886;
English Coins in the British Museum
English Coins Volume 1
English Coins Volume 2
English Seals – J Harvey Bloom 1906;
Grains and Grammes a table of equivalents for the use of Numismatists – 1920;
Guide to the Collection of Irish Antiquities (Royal Irish Academy Collection): Anglo Irish Coins – G Coffey 1911;
Guide to the Collection of Irish Antiquities, Anglo Irish Coins – G Coffey;
Handbook of English Coins – L Jewitt 1879;
Handbook of the Coins of Great Britain and Ireland – H A Greuber 1899;
History of Monetary Systems – Alexander Del Mar 1895;
Illustrated hand book of information on Money Currency and Precious Metals – W Redman;
Illustrations of the Anglo-French Coinage – 1830;
Kent’s Valuation of British Coins and Tokens, 1600 – 1912: by J C Kent 1913;
Medals, Coins, Great Seals, and other works of Thomas Simon, Chief Engraver of the Mint from Charles I, Cromwell to Charles II – George Vertue 1880;
Nicholas Tyery’s Proposals to Henry VIII for an Irish Coinage – G O White Cooper & F J H Jenkinson 1886;
Numismata Cromwelliana: or the Medallic History of Oliver Cromwell – H W Henfrey 1877;
Numismata Scotiae, Scottish Coinage from William the Lion to the Union – A Cardonnel 1786;
Observations on the System of Metallic Currency adopted in this Country – W Hampson-Morrison 1837;
Oxford Silver Pennies, A.D. 925 – A.D. 1272: by C L Stainer 1904;
Provincial Copper Coins or Tokens issued between the years 1787 and 1796, Engraved by Charles Pye of Birmingham from the originals in his own possession;
Records of the Coinage of Scotland, Vols I, II – R W Cochran-Patrick 1876 (2 volumes);
Remarks on a Gold Currency for India, and Proposal of Measures for the Introduction of the British Sovereign – Col J T Smith 1868;
Report from the Royal commission on Coinage – 1868;
Simon’s Essay on Irish Coins and of the Currency of Foreign Monies in Ireland – 1810;
Some Feudal Lords and their Seals MCCCJ with an Introduction by Lord Howard De Walden;
Speeches, letters, articles on the Gold Coinage Controversy of 1869 – 1870;
Supplementary Title and Index to Kent’s Valuation of British Coins and Tokens for 300 years, 1600 to 1912 – 1913;
The British Currency Decimalised and Imperialised – W W Hardwicke 1915;
The Coinage of Ireland in Copper, Tin, and Pewter, 1460 – 1826 – Philip Nelson 1905;
The Coinage of Scotland, Vols I, II, III – Edward Burns 1887 (3 volumes);
The Coinage of Suffolk – C Golding 1868;
The Coinage of the Ancient Britons – J Evans 1864;
The Coinage of William Wood - P Nelson 1903.
The Coins of the Danish Kings of Ireland – B Roth 1910;
The Decimal System in Numbers, Coins and Accounts – Sir John Bowring 1854
The Evolution of Coinage – G Macdonald 1916;
The Forgeries of Public Money – J Y Akerman 1843;
The Gold Coins of England: Robert Lloyd Kenyon 1884;
The Irish Coins of Edward the Fourth – A Smith 1840;
The Medals of British Freemasonry – G L Shackles 1901;
The Numismatic Chronicle issued between 1841 – 1899 (41 Volumes);
The Obsidional Money of the Great Rebellion, 1642 – 1649: by Philip Nelson 1905; and
The Provincial Token Coinage of the 18th Century, Part XI: Anglesey and Wales – R Dalton & S H Hamer 1915;
The Regulatory Silver Coin, made practicable and easie to the Government and Subject – 1696;
The Silver Coins of England – E Hawkins 1841;
The Silver Token-Coinage mainly issued between 1811 and 1812 – R Dalton 1922;
The Silver Tokens of Great Britain and Ireland, the Dependencies, and Colonies – W Boyne 1866;
The Story of the Bank of England – H Warren 1903;
The Story of the British Coinage – G Burford Rawlings 1900;
The Token Coinage of Warwickshire – W J Davis 1895;
The Token Money of the Bank of England 1797 to 1816 – Maberley Phillips 1900;
The Tradesmen’s Tokens (of the 17th Century) of Derbyshire – W H Brockett 1857;
The Tradesmen’s Tokens (of the 17th Century) of Durham and Northumberland – W H Brockett 1851;
The Tradesmen’s Tokens of the Eighteenth Century – J Atkins 1892;
Thirty Three Plates of English Medals – T Snelling 1776;
Tokens issued in the 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries in Yorkshire – W Boyne 1858;
Tokens of the 18th Century connected with Booksellers and Bookmakers – W Longman 1916;
Tradesmen’s Tokens, Current in London and its Vicinity between 1648 and 1672 – J Y Akerman 1859;
Treatise on the Coins of the Realm in a letter to the King – Charles 1st Earl of Liverpool 1880;
Two Dissertations, upon the Mint and Coins, of the Episcopal-Palatines of Durham – M Noble 1780;


41 books on Numismatics Chronicles from 1841 - 1899

and other 21 books ( titles to be added later)


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