British Numismatic Journal (BNJ)
Bd. 1, 1903/04 – Bd. 15, 1919/20

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BNJ 1, 1903/4
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, Introduction: British numismatics, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 1-8
W. J. ANDREW, Buried treasure: some traditions, records and facts, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 9-59, 4 pls.
B. ROTH, Notes on three British gold coins recently found near Abingdon, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 61-64
A. B. CREEKE, The regal sceatta and styca series of Northumbria, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 65-96, 2 pls.
N. HEYWOOD, The first coinage of Henry II, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 97-111, pl.
G. RICKWORD, The Colchester hoard, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 113-22, pl.
L. A. LAWRENCE, Notes on the coinage of Edward IV, suggested by a recent find of coins, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 123-36
B. ROTH, A remarkable groat of Henry VII, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 137-38
J. E. T. LOVEDAY, The Henry VIII medal or pattern crown, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 139-47, pl.
B. ROTH, Finds of clippings of silver coins, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 149-62
F. STROUD, Brief musings on the Exurgat money, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 163-67
P. NELSON, The Coinage of Ireland in copper, tin, and pewter, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 169-264, 6 pls.
P. NELSON, The coinage of William Wood for the American Colonies, 1722-1733, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 265-85, pl.
J. B. CALDECOTT, The Spanish dollar as adapted for currency in our West Indian colonies, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 287-98, 3 pls.
S. H. HAMER, Notes on the private tokens, their issuers and die-sinkers, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 299-332, 4 pls.
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, Treasure trove, the Treasury and the Trustees of the British Museum, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 333-348
J. C. HILL, Find of Roman coins at Peterborough, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 349-51
J. B. CALDECOTT, Countermarked Spanish dollar for old Canada, 1765, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 353-54
N. HEYWOOD et al., Illustrations of the coinage, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 355-58, pl.
[W. C. WELLS and W. Talbot READY], Two ancient dies, in: BNJ 1, 1903/4, p. 359-60, pl.


BNJ 2, 1905
F. STROUD, Some national characteristics numismatically exemplified, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 1-6
A. B. CREEKE, The sceatta and styca coinage of the early Archbishops of York, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 7-20, pl.
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, The Oxford mint in the reign of Alfred, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 21-30, pl. [Viking imitations]
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, The Saxon, Norman and Plantagenet coinage of Wales, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 31-56, pl.
W. S. OGDEN, Concerning the evolution of some reverse types of the Anglo-Norman coinage, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 57-85
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), Part I, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 87-184, 4 pls.; 3, 1906, p. 117-72
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, Historical notes on the first coinage of Henry II, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 185-242
H. FARQUHAR, Portraiture of the Stuarts on the royalist badges, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 243-90, 3 pls.
P. NELSON, The obsidional money of the Great Rebellion 1642-1649, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 291-357, pl.
H. A. PARSONS, The mail coach and its halfpennies, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 359-68
S. H. HAMER, Notes on the private tokens, their issuers and die-sinkers, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 369-96, 3 pls.
L. A. LAWRENCE, Forgery in relation to numismatics, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 397-409, 5 pls.
L. A. LAWRENCE, The Anglo-Saxon moneyer Torhtulf and characteristics of die-sinking, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 411-16
P. NELSON, Table of English gold coins, 1649-1820, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 417-24
A. B. CREEKE, Find of XVII and early XVIII century coins at Burnley, in: BNJ 2, 1905, p. 425-26

BNJ 3, 1906
B. ROTH, A find of Ancient British coins at South Ferriby, near Barton-on-Humber, Lincolnshire, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 1-15, pl.
W. S. OGDEN, A find of Roman bronze coins on the Little Orme's Head, North Wales, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 17-58, 3 pls.
N. HEYWOOD, The kingdom and coins of Burgred, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 59-66, pl.
A. ANSCOMBE, The inscription on the Oxford pennies of the OHSNAFORDA type, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 67-100
L. A. LAWRENCE, A remarkable penny of King Alfred, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 101-06
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, Cornish numismatics, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 107-16, pl. [Launceston mint]
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), Part I, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 117-72
H. W. MORRIESON, The busts of James I on his silver coinage, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 173-79, pl.
A. E. WEIGHTMAN, The royal farthing tokens, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 181-217, 2 pls.
W. S. OGDEN, A note on the 'St Patrick's pence', 3, 1906, p. 219-22
P. NELSON, Some notes on the great recoinage of William III, 1695-1699, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 223-28
H. FARQUHAR, Patterns and medals bearing the legend IACOBVS III or IACOBVS VIII, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 229-70, pl.
S. H. HAMER, Notes on the private tokens, their issuers and die-sinkers, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 271-79, 2 pls.
L. A. LAWRENCE, Forgery in relation to numismatics, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 281-90, 6 pls.
H. A. PARSONS, Art and the coins of England, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 291-310, 4 pls.
W. CHARLTON, Leather currency, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 311-28
G. M. FRASER, Treasure trove in the north of Scotland, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 329-35, pl.
J. C. COX, A note on coin clippings and church plate in Derbyshire, in: BNJ 3, 1906, p. 337

BNJ 4, 1907
H. W. MORRIESON, The influence of war on the coinage of England, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 1-15, 4 pls.
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, The Berkeley mint, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 17-31
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, The 'Gothabyrig' mint, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 33-45
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), - Part II: The histories of the mints [Beds. - Derbyshire], in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 47-78, 4 pls.
H. FARQUHAR, Portraiture of our Tudor monarchs on their coins and medals, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 79-143, 8 pls.
L. A. LAWRENCE, A remarkable gold coin of Henry VIII, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 145-55, pl.
J. C. COX, An Elizabethan coiner, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 157-64
H. W. MORRIESON, The English silver coins of James I, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 165-78, 3 pls.
A. CHITTY, Early Australian coinage, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 179-87, pl.
N. HEYWOOD, The coins of the Ionian State, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 189-92, 2 pls.
A. E. WEIGHTMAN, The bronze coinage of Queen Victoria, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 193-219, 2 pls.
B. 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, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 221-28, pl.
N. HEYWOOD, Some Roman brass coins found at Lincoln, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 229-34
G. A. AUDEN, A leaden cross bearing a styca impression and other antiquities found in York, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 235-37, pl.
B. ROTH, A hoard of English coins found in Switzerland, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 239-40
A. ANSCOMBE, The Anglo-Saxon computation of historic time in the ninth century, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 241-310, pl.
L. A. LAWRENCE, Forgery in relation to numismatics, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 311-16, 5 pls.
J. B. CALDECOTT and G. C. YATES, Leaden tokens, in: BNJ 4, 1907, p. 317-26, pl.

BNJ 5, 1908
W. S. OGDEN, The Roman mint and early Britain, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 1-50, 3 pls.
H. SCHETELIG [i.e. SHETELIG], A coin of Offa found in a Viking-Age burial at Voss, Norway, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 51-54
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, The gold mancus of Offa, King of Mercia, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 55-72, 3 pls.
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A penny of St Æthelberht, King of East Anglia, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 73-84, pl.
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, On some coins of the tenth century found in the Isle of Man, with special reference to a penny of Anlaf struck at Derby, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 85-96, 2 pls.
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), - Part II: The histories of the mints - [Devon - Essex], in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 97-122, 4 pls.
E. R. H. HANCOX, Finds of mediaeval cut halfpence and farthings at Dunwich, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 123-34, pl.
Shirley FOX, The cross as a mint-mark, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 135-44, 3 pls.
H. FARQUHAR, Portraiture of our Stuart monarchs on their coins and medals: Part I, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 145-262, 10 pls.
R. P. JACKSON, Coin collecting in the Deccan, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 263-85, 3 pls.
R. P. JACKSON, Coin collecting in Mysore, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 287-340, 3 pls.
R. P. JACKSON, Some copper coins issued by the English East India Company and other European powers in southern India, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 341-46, pl.
S. BOUSFIELD, The pattern halfpennies of 1788 and 1790 by J. P. Droz, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 347-60, 2 pls.
W. J. ANDREW, Evolution of portraiture on the silver penny, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 361-80, pl.
A. ANSCOMBE, The Anglo-Saxon computation of historic time in the ninth century, in: BNJ 5, 1908, p. 381-407

BNJ 6, 1909
H. LAVER, The coinage of Prasutagus, King of the Icenians, in: BNJ 6, 1909, p. 1-3
W. S. OGDEN, A find of Roman bronze coins on the Little Orme's Head, North Wales, in: BNJ 6, 1909, p. 5-12, pl.
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, 'Uncertain' Anglo-Saxon mints and some new attributions, in: BNJ 6, 1909, p. 13-47, pl.
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, The Winchcombe mint, in: BNJ 6, 1909, p. 49-54, pl.
B. ROTH, The coins of the Danish Kings of Ireland, in: BNJ 6, 1909, p. 55-146, 10 pls.
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), - Part II: The histories of the mints - [Gloucestershire - Herts.], in: BNJ 6, 1909, p. 147-76, 5 pls.
W. J. ANDREW, A numismatic history of the reign of Stephen A.D. 1135-1154, in: BNJ 6, 1909, p. 177-90, 2 pls.
Shirley FOX, Die-making in the twelfth century, in: BNJ 6, 1909, p. 191-96
H. B. Earle FOX and Shirley FOX,Numismatic history of the reigns of Edward I, II and III, in: BNJ 6, 1909, p. 197-212, pl.
H. FARQUHAR, Portraiture of our Stuart monarchs on their coins and medals: Part II: James II, in: BNJ 6, 1909, p. 213-85, 7 pls.
L. A. LAWRENCE, Coin weights, in: BNJ 6, 1909, p. 287-303, 4 pls.
W. C. WELLS, Seventeenth-century tokens of Northamptonshire, in: BNJ 6, 1909, p. 305-55, pl.

BNJ 7, 1910
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), - Part II: The histories of the mints - [Hunts. - Leicestershire], in: BNJ 7, 1910, p. 1-25, 4 pls.
W. J. ANDREW, A remarkable hoard of silver pennies and halfpennies ... found at Sheldon, Derbyshire, in 1867, in: BNJ 7, 1910, p. 27-89, 2 pls.
H. B. Earle FOX and Shirley FOX,Numismatic history of the reigns of Edward I, II and III, in: BNJ 7, 1910, p. 91-142, 5 pls.
W. S. OGDEN, Shakspere's portraiture: painted, graven, and medallic, in: BNJ 7, 1910, p. 143-98, 9 pls.
H. FARQUHAR, Portraiture of our Stuart monarchs on their coins and medals: Part III: William and Mary, in: BNJ 7, 1910, p. 199-267, 6 pls.
W. C. WELLS, Seventeenth-century tokens of Northamptonshire, in: BNJ 7, 1910, p. 269-330, 3 pl.
N. HEYWOOD, A parcel of stycas from the York find, 1842, in: BNJ 7, 1910, p. 331-34
C. WINTER, Notes on some interesting British medals, in: BNJ 7, 1910, p. 335-39, 2 pls.
N. VREELAND, Wampum: the native substitute for currency in North America, in: BNJ 7, 1910, p. 341-50

BNJ 8, 1911
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, Attribution of the Ancient British coins inscribed DIAS or DEAS, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 1-7
A. ANSCOMBE, The names of Old-English mint-towns: [their] original form and meaning and their epigraphical corruption, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 9-48
Lord GRANTLEY, Saint Cuthbert's pennies, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 49-53
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A penny of Æthelred, sub-regulus of Mercia, son-in-law of Ælfred the Great, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 55-59. [A Viking imitation of Alfred]
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), - Part II: The histories of the mints - [Lincolnshire - Middlesex], in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 61-81, 4 pls.
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A penny of Llywelyn, son of Cadwgan, of the type of the second issue of William Rufus, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 83-86, pl.
W. J. ANDREW, A numismatic history of the reign of Stephen A.D. 1135-1154, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 87-136, pl.
H. B. Earle FOX and Shirley FOX,Numismatic history of the reigns of Edward I, II and III, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 137-48, 2 pls.
L. A. LAWRENCE, A find of late Plantagenet groats, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 149-78, pl.
H. SYMONDS, The coinage of Queen Mary Tudor, 1553-1558, illustrated from the Public Records, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 179-201
H. SYMONDS, A glance inside the mint of Aberystwyth in the reign of Charles I, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 203-06
H. FARQUHAR, Portraiture of our Stuart monarchs on their coins and medals: Part IV: William III, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 207-73, 4 pls.
W. J. FREER, Medals and campaigns of the 43rd Foot, now 1st Battalion of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 275-301, 10 pls.
W. C. WELLS, Seventeenth-century tokens of Northamptonshire, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 303-60
J. B. S. MACILWAINE, Notes on some discoveries of coins in Ireland, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 361-64
A. CHITTY, The Australian gold coins struck at the Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth Mints, in: BNJ 8, 1911, p. 365-68

BNJ 9, 1912
B. ROTH, Ancient Gaulish coins, including those of the Channel Islands, in: BNJ 9, 1912, p. 1-80, 10 pls.
W. S. OGDEN, A find of Roman bronze coins on the Little Orme's Head, North Wales, in: BNJ 9, 1912, p. 81-88, pl.
A. ANSCOMBE, The names of Old-English mint-towns: [their] original form and meaning and their epigraphical corruption, in: BNJ 9, 1912, p. 89-118
H. A. PARSONS, The Dunwich mint, in: BNJ 9, 1912, p. 119-28
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), - Part II: The histories of the mints - [Norfolk - Northants.], in: BNJ 9, 1912, p. 129-43, 2 pls.
L. A. LAWRENCE, The Long Cross coinage of Henry III and Edward I, in: BNJ 9, 1912, p. 145-79, pl.
H. B. Earle FOX and Shirley FOX,Numismatic history of the reigns of Edward I, II and III, in: BNJ 9, 1912, p. 181-206, 2 pls.
H. SYMONDS, The mint-marks and denominations of the coinage of James I as disclosed by the Trials of the Pyx, in: BNJ 9, 1912, p. 207-27
H. W. MORRIESON, Some further notes on the silver coins of James I, in: BNJ 9, 1912, p. 229-33
H. SYMONDS, The Chester mint of Charles I, in: BNJ 9, 1912, p. 235
H. FARQUHAR, Portraiture of our Stuart monarchs on their coins and medals: Part V: William III, continued, in: BNJ 9, 1912, p. 237-94, 6 pls.
R. P. JACKSON, The dominions, emblems and coins of the South Indian dynasties, in: BNJ 9, 1912, p. 295-396, 3 pls.

BNJ 10, 1913
H. A. PARSONS, The coins of Æthelred I of Northumbria, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 1-8
A. ANSCOMBE, The names of Old-English mint-towns: [their] original form and meaning and their epigraphical corruption, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 9-31
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), - Part II: The histories of the mints - [Notts. - Oxfordshire], in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 33-41, 3 pls.
W. J. ANDREW, A numismatic history of the reign of Stephen A.D. 1135-1154, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 43-67, 2 pls.
L. A. LAWRENCE, The Long Cross coinage of Henry III and Edward I, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 69-93
H. B. Earle FOX and Shirley FOX,Numismatic history of the reigns of Edward I, II and III, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 95-123, 3 pls.
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, The earliest noble of Richard II, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 125-26
H. SYMONDS, The documentary evidence for the English royal coinages of Henry VII and Henry VIII, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 127-71
H. M. MORGAN, Notes on the mint at Aberystwith in the reign of Charles I, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 173-79, 2 pls.
H. W. MORRIESON, The coinage of Aberystwyth, 1637-42, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 181-97, 3 pls.
H. FARQUHAR, Portraiture of our Stuart monarchs on their coins and medals: Part VI: Anne, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 199-266, 6 pls.
F. E. BURTON, The 45th: 1st Nottinghamshire Regiment, 'The Sherwood Foresters', their honours and medals, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 267-304, 3 pls.
C. WINTER, A unique naval relic of 1742: the Callis medal, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 305-06, 2 pls.
C. WINTER, An interesting group of decorations of the Peninsular War, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 307, pl.
J. B. S. MACILWAINE, Notes on some Irish coins found at Trim, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 309-12, pl.
J. B. S. MACILWAINE, A find of English half-groats of Henry VII in the county of Wicklow, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 313-14
G. R. FRANCIS, A find of English coins of the Tudor and Stuart periods in the county of Wexford, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 315-18
W. C. WELLS, Seventeenth-century tokens of Northamptonshire, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 319-24
W. C. WELLS, A Washington token, in: BNJ 10, 1913, p. 325-29

BNJ 11, 1915
N. HEYWOOD, A find of Anglo-Saxon stycas at Lancaster, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 1-2
H. A. PARSONS, Some coins of Sigtuna inscribed with the names of Æthelred, Cnut, and Harthacnut, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 3-19
H. A. PARSONS, The Anglo-Saxon coins of Harthacnut, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 21-55
W. J. ANDREW, A numismatic history of the reign of Stephen A.D. 1135-1154, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 57
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A numismatic history of the reigns of William I and II (1066-1100), - Part II: The histories of the mints - [continuation], in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 57
L. A. LAWRENCE, The Short Cross coinage, 1180 to 1247, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 59-100, 4 pls.
L. A. LAWRENCE, The Long Cross coinage of Henry III and Edward I, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 101-19
H. B. Earle FOX and Shirley FOX,Numismatic history of the reigns of Edward I, II and III, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 121
H. SYMONDS, The English coinages of Edward VI, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 123-67
H. SYMONDS, The documentary evidence for the English royal coinages of Henry VII and Henry VIII, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 167
F. P. BARNARD, Petition 'for the restoring of farthing tokens', 1644, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 169-81
P. NELSON, The gold coins issued from the mint at Oxford, 1642-1646, in the reign of Charles I, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 183-206, 4 pls.
W. J. ANDREW, Contemporary evidence against the attribution of obsidional money to isolated fortresses in the time of Charles I, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 207-14
H. SYMONDS, - A note on Lamport or Langport, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 215-18
H. FARQUHAR, Portraiture of our Stuart monarchs on their coins and medals: Part VII: Anne continued, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 219-87, 4 pls.
W. J. FREER, The Thirty-Eighth Regiment of Foot, now the First Battalion of the South Staffordshire Regiment, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 289-316, 3 pls.
J. B. S. MACILWAINE, A note on the 'Blacksmith's' or Kilkenny halfcrowns of Charles I, in: BNJ 11, 1915, p. 317-18

BNJ 12, 1916
H. A. PARSONS, The coins of Archbishop Eanbald II of York, in: BNJ 12, 1916, p. 1-14
R. C. CARLYON-BRITTON, A hoard of coins of William the Conqueror found in a trench in the war area, in: BNJ 12, 1916, p. 15-32, 4 pls.
F. A. WALTERS, A coin of Prince Henry of Scotland as Earl of Carlisle in the reign of Stephen, in: BNJ 12, 1916, p. 33-37
H. FARQUHAR, Royal charities, in: BNJ 12, 1916, p. 39-135, 4 pls.
H. W. MORRIESON, The silver coins of Edward VI, in: BNJ 12, 1916, p. 137-80, 7 pls.
G. R. FRANCIS, Silver coins of the Tower Mint of Charles I, in: BNJ 12, 1916, p. 181-94, 5 pls.
H. W. MORRIESON, The coins of the Shrewsbury mint, 1642, in: BNJ 12, 1916, p. 195-211, 4 pls.
H. W. MORRIESON, A Granby medal, in: BNJ 12, 1916, p. 213-15
C. WINTER, The gold collars, medals and crosses granted to British officers by the Crown of Portugal in the Peninsular War, in: BNJ 12, 1916, p. 217-33, 4 pls.
A. A. PAYNE, Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Brunton's Portuguese decorations for the Peninsular War, in: BNJ 12, 1916, p. 235-40
C. WINTER, Relics of Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Lloyd of the Ninety-Fourth Regiment (now the Second Battalion the Connaught Rangers), in: BNJ 12, 1916, p. 241-46
C. WINTER, Waterloo medals, in: BNJ 12, 1916, p. 247-50
C. WINTER, The Royal Irish Regiment, in: BNJ 12, 1916, p. 251-57

BNJ 13, 1917
H. A. PARSONS, Symbols and double names on late Saxon coins, in: BNJ 13, 1917, p. 1-74
G. R. FRANCIS, Silver coins of the Tower Mint of Charles I, in: BNJ 13, 1917, p. 75-94, 6 pls.
H. FARQUHAR, Royal charities, in: BNJ 13, 1917, p. 95-163, 4 pls.
H. W. MORRIESON, Masonic tokens of the eighteenth century, in: BNJ 13, 1917, p. 165-68, pl.
Marquess of MILFORD HAVEN, Medallic illustrations of naval history, in: BNJ 13, 1917, p. 169-84, 4 pls.
C. WINTER, Medals of the Seventy-Seventh Regiment, now the Second Battalion the Duke of Cambridge's Own Middlesex Regiment, in: BNJ 13, 1917, p. 185-87, pl.

BNJ 14, 1918
A. ANSCOMBE, Odilo, a Northumbrian moneyer of the ninth century, and his issues, in: BNJ 14, 1918, p. 1-12
L. A. LAWRENCE, On the first coinage of Henry II, in: BNJ 14, 1918, p. 13-37, pl.
Lord GRANTLEY and L. A. LAWRENCE, On a find of French deniers and English pennies of the twelfth century, in: BNJ 14, 1918, p. 39-46. [Found in Rome]
L. A. LAWRENCE, On the Ribe hoard, in: BNJ 14, 1918, p. 47-48
L. A. LAWRENCE, On a portion of a set of silver counters exhibiting London criers and their cries, in: BNJ 14, 1918, p. 49-55, 11 pls.
G. R. FRANCIS, Silver coins of the Tower Mint of Charles I, in: BNJ 14, 1918, p. 57-85, 6 pls.
H. W. MORRIESON, The coins of the Shrewsbury mint, 1642, in: BNJ 14, 1918, p. 87-88
H. FARQUHAR, Royal charities, in: BNJ 14, 1918, p. 89-120, 2 pls.
H. W. MORRIESON, The centenary of our modern coinage instituted in February, 1817, and the issues which preceded it in George III's reign, in: BNJ 14, 1918, p. 121-49
E. P. BARNARD, Examples of engraved coins selected from a collection formed by Mrs. Ella Pierrepont Barnard, in: BNJ 14, 1918, p. 151-98, 3 pls.
J. H. LESLIE, Note on Lieut.-Colonel R. Brunton's alleged right to the Portuguese Commander's Star, in: BNJ 14, 1918, p. 199-200
A. A. PAYNE, Note on Lieut.Colonel R. Brunton's 'alleged right' to the Portuguese Commander's Star, in: BNJ 14, 1918, p. 201-04
W. MARTIN, London as illustrated upon the great seals, upon medals, and in allied engravings, in: BNJ 14, 1918, p. 205-17, 10 pls.

BNJ 15, 1919/20
H. A. PARSONS, The coins of Harold I, in: BNJ 15, 1919/20, p. 1-48
H. A. PARSONS, The prototype of the first coinage of William the Conqueror, in: BNJ 15, 1919/20, p. 49-56
P. W. P. CARLYON-BRITTON, A remarkable penny of Henry II, in: BNJ 15, 1919/20, p. 57-59
W. J. ANDREW, Two tragedies, a mediæval charm, and a note on the mint of Rhuddlan, in: BNJ 15, 1919/20, p. 61-72. [Winchester find, pp. 61-67; Dyserth Castle find, pp. 67-70; Rhuddlan mint, pp. 70-72]
R. CARLYON-BRITTON, Halfpennies and farthings of Henry VIII, in: BNJ 15, 1919/20, p. 73-77, pl.
G. R. FRANCIS, Silver coins of the Tower Mint of Charles I, in: BNJ 15, 1919/20, p. 79-116, 6 pls.
H. W. MORRIESON, A review of the coinage of Charles II, in: BNJ 15, 1919/20, p. 117-39
H. FARQUHAR, Royal charities, in: BNJ 15, 1919/20, p. 141-84, 3 pls.
F. W. YEATES, The coinage of Ireland during the Rebellion, 1641-1652, in: BNJ 15, 1919/20, p. 185-223, 2 pls.
H. A. PARSONS, A cut New England threepence attributed to the Leeward Islands, in: BNJ 15, 1919/20, p. 225-27
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W. J. ANDREW, A numismatic history of the reign of Stephen A.D. 1135-1154, in: BNJ 15, 1919/20, p. 308-10


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