Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
C. 50 - C. 59 'Barbaric Imitation' [of coinage]
C. 61 - C. 113 'Coin Types'
C. 114 - 152 'Coin Types'
C.160 - 172 'Fabric of Coins'
C. 200 - 220 ''Historical Coins'
C. 221 - 273, 'Historical Coins'
C. 274 - C. 297 ''Historical Coins'
C. 300- C. 323 'Agriculture on Coins'
C.400 - C. 426 'Coin Issues'
C. 431 - 597, 'Coin Issues'
C.598 - C. 730 'Coin Issues'
CR. 10 - 328 'Roman coin Issues'
CR. 399 - 600, 'Coin Issues'
All sldies are labeleld simply with the alphabetical code 'CR. Most slides also have a description handwritten on the label alog the top edge of the slide. The theme is 'Roman Coin Issues'.
'Catalogue of the Ancient British coins found at East Wittering Sussex in 1875-6', 76 folios. There is a separate page for each type of coin, with an illustration, description and details of individual specimens. Attached to fo. 2 is a letter to F.J.H. Jenkinson, 2 April , from Mrs Margaret L. Reid, whose father, Henry Willett, found most of the coins.
A descriptive catalogue of coins of the Roman empire.
Crawford: Papers of Michael Hewson Crawford (1939-), ancient historian and numismatist, regarding 'Imagines Italicae' Papers: Italic inscriptions, numismatics and epigraphy of the ancient Mediterranean
52 folios: (p. vii) E. Spanheim, 'Numismata imperatoria secundum varios Raritatis Gradus', in Latin; (p. 32) Roger Gale, 'Essay towards the Recovery of the Courses of the four great Roman Ways', in English. Inside the front cover is the bookplate of Sir Henry Edward Bunbury, Bart.
Transcripts of mathematical and astronomical letters and papers, apparently made for the use of Isaac Newton, in various hands. Included are copies of works by R.F. Slusius, Antonio Monforte, Jacques Ozanam, G.W. Leibnitz, E.W. von Tschirnhaus, Henry Oldenburg, T.F. de Lagny, G.D. Cassini, John Craig and S. Morland.
A treatise on the coins of England and Ireland, and of foreign states, that are current in England, with coloured drawings of them. It was written after the year 1526, as appears from a reference to that year on f. 17, and contains a petition to the king to be allowed to coin in Ireland, and the other isles out of England, in gold and silver, and offers an annual payment of 8,000 francs for the permission. It also recommends a lowering of the standard.