Scottish Coins in the National Museums of Scotland Edinburgh 1526 1603

Nicholas Holmes, National Museums of Scotland. Three coins purchased by
NMAS from the 1957 Lockett sale had been acquired by Lockett from Baldwin in
1909–10 . 409 , 811 , 857 . Bass ' Pseudonym for anonymous collector whose
coins ...

Author: Nicholas Holmes

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780197263280

Category: Coins, British

Page: 338

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Scottish Coins in the National Museums of Scotland Edinburgh Part I

Anglo - Saxon Coins . Part V . Athelstan to Edgar ' s Reform . By M . M .
ARCHIBALD and C . E . BLUNT . 56 plates , 1986 . ASHMOLEAN AND
HUNTERIAN MUSEUMS . Scottish Coins . By J . D . BATESON and N . J .
MAYHEW , 116 plates ...

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Publisher: Sylloge of Coins of the Britis

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Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 348

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v. 69- published by Spink & Son Limited.

Coins of Scotland Ireland and the Islands

SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SCOTTISH COINS Included in this list are books
which although not specifically on Scottish coins or tokens contain useful
information. ANDERSON, J. Diplomatum et Numismatum Scotiae Thesaurus.
1739.

Author: Philip Skingley

Publisher: Spink & Son, Ltd

ISBN: 191266738X

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 296

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The third edition of this standard reference catalogue now in full color with up-to-date prices. The catalogue now features a completely new section on the Anglo Gallic coinage, namely those coins struck in France by the kings and princes of England between 1154 and 1453.

Scottish Coins

This is the intriguing story of how ordinary money was used by ordinary people in Scotland.

Author: Nicholas Holmes

Publisher: National Museums of Scotland

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Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 112

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This is the intriguing story of how ordinary money was used by ordinary people in Scotland. Placks, bawbees, hardheads and bodles ...this absorbing history covers not only coin development and production but also gives an account of how such monies were used, abused, spent, discarded and counterfeited by the Scottish population.

Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles

This extended activity was perhaps connected with the Scottish campaigns for
which Newcastle had been used as the ... A royal mint existed in this town during
the reign of Edward the Confessor , but the fourteenthcentury coins bearing the ...

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The Coinage of Scotland

And thus , under King David , Southern Scotland , which formerly had been a
mere dependency , became , as it ever since has been , the most important part
of the kingdom . In connection with the question of the origin of the Scottish
coinage ...

Author: Edward Burns

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Category: Coinage

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Records of the Coinage of Scotland

JAMES VI . , Annals of the Reign of , cxliii . JAMES VII . , Annals of the Reign of ,
cxcii . JAMIESON ' S paper on Scottish Coins , ix . JETTONS ( of Mary ) , cxxxvii . |
John BALIOL , Annals of the Reign of , cix , Laws , Early , relating to coinage , cv ...

Author: Robert William Cochran-Patrick

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Category: Coinage

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The Scottish Coinage

Author: Bernard Harold Ian Halley Stewart

Publisher: London : Spink

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Category: Coinage

Page: 181

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Illustrations of the Coinage of Scotland Drawn from Specimens Existing in the Author s Cabinet

Of all the forgeries of Scottish coins , none demand such a particular notice as
those executed at Dunfermline about the year 1861 . Unlike most recent forgeries
, which are casts , these have been struck from well executed dies , and in many
 ...

Author: James Wingate

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Category: Coins, Scottish

Page: 146

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Coinage in Scotland

Introduction his time th he twelfth ' s usually Consideration of coinage in Scotland
is usually confined to the medieval period when , from the twelfth century ,
Scotland issued its own coins . During this time these were frequently
supplemented ...

Author: J. D. Bateson

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Category: Coinage

Page: 175

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A Handbook to the Coinage of Scotland

APPENDIX . MOTTOES ON SCOTTISH COINS . 9 ?Christo auspice regno . I
reign under the auspices of Christ . Christus ( XPICTOC , XPc . ) regnat : Christus
vincit : Christus imperat . Christ reigneth : Christ conquereth : Christ commandeth
.

Author: John Drummond Robertson

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Category: Coins, Scottish

Page: 146

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Scottish Coins

About the author Born in Belfast, Donald Bateson took charge of the Numismatics section in the Ulser Museum and in 1978 moved to Glasgow to become Curator of the Hunter coin cabinet at Glasgow University.

Author: Donald Bateson

Publisher: Shire Publications

ISBN: 9780852638477

Category: Coins, Scottish

Page: 32

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The thistle on the modern British five pence piece is a reminder of what was once a separate Scottish coinage. For over two hundred years only silver pennies were minted but from the fourteenth century a succession of new types and values appeared, including gold nobles, unicorns, ducats, unites, silver ryals, merks and dollars. The Scottish coinage was one of endless change and variety and was only brought to an end following the Act of Union in 1707. About the author Born in Belfast, Donald Bateson took charge of the Numismatics section in the Ulser Museum and in 1978 moved to Glasgow to become Curator of the Hunter coin cabinet at Glasgow University.

Publications of the Scottish History Society

The Accounts are kept according to the value of Scottish money , but frequent
reference is made to English and foreign coins , and it is not always easy to
determine their value . There was a vast amount of foreign money in circulation in
 ...

Author: Scottish History Society

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Category: Scotland

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Coinage in Medieval Scotland 1100 1600

Author: David Michael Metcalf

Publisher: British Archaeological Association

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Category: Coinage

Page: 198

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Catalogue of antiquities works of art and historical Scottish relics exhibited in Edinburgh July 1856

THE LORD TALBOT DE MALAHIDE . Series of the GOLD COINAGE of Scotland ,
from the Cabinet known as the Sutherland Collection , formerly the property of
James Sutherland , a distinguished Scottish botanist and collector , and now in
the ...

Author: Royal archaeological institute of Great Britain and Ireland

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A View of the Coinage of Scotland with Copious Tables Lists Descriptions and Extracts from Acts of Parliament

Author: Lindsay

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The Coinage of the British Empire

In this reign the Scottish coins were declared current in England , as one to
twelve , and the English in Scotland in the same proportion --that is , the rose
royal , thirty shillings English , was to pass for eighteen pounds Scotch ; the angel
of ten ...

Author: Henry Noel Humphreys

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Category: Coinage

Page: 207

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English Scotch and Irish Coins

THE stady of the early Scottish coinage has been neglected for a long time , at
least by English antiquaries and collectors , but will probably receive more
attention , since the specimens of this series brought snch enormous prices at the
sale of ...

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Page: 204

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Catalogue of Antiquities Works of Art and Historical Scottish Relics Exhibited in the Museum of the Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland During Their Annual Meeting Held in Edinburgh July 1856 Under the Patronage of H R H the Prince Consort K G Comprising Notices of the Portraits of Mary Queen of Scots Collected on that Occasion Etc Etc

THE LORD TALBOT DE MALAHIDE . Series of the Gold COINAGE of Scotland ,
from the Cabinet known as the Sutherland Collection , formerly the property of
James Sutherland , a distinguished Scottish botanist and collector , and now in
the ...

Author: Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland

Publisher:

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Category: Great Britain

Page: 233

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A Guide to the Coins of Great Britain Ireland

( See Fig . 140. ) An exceptional specimen sold for £ 5 10s . SCOTTISH COINS
AFTER THE ACCESSION OF JAMES VI . TO THE THRONE OF ENGLAND .
James I. , 1603–1625 . GOLD . — Unit or Sceptre , Double Crown , Crown , Half
Crown ...

Author: William Stewart Thorburn

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Category: Coins, English

Page: 159

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