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ANCIENT BRITISH COINS
The Celtic Coin Index
 
A database of Ancient British coin types and find spots from Britain, thousands of images, an excellent resource for the collector interested in comparing specimens. Maintained by the Dr. Philip de Jersey at the Oxford Institute of Archaeology. Additional pages give an excellent introduction to Ancient British coinage (click here).
 
Celtic Improvisations- An Art Historical Analysis of Coriosolite Coins
A site dedicated to the study of the coinage of the Coriosolites.

 

 
A database of British Coin Finds and Published Collections (A.D. 410 - A.D. 1180). Hosted by the Fitzwilliam Museum at Cambridge. Just like having a complete set of Sylloges of Coins of the British Isles on your computer. An excellent resource for collectors of Anglo-Saxon and Norman coins.
 
"This is a revised and extended version of the article by Mark Blackburn and Hugh Pagan, 'A revised check-list of coin hoards from the British Isles, c.500-1100', in Anglo-Saxon Monetary History, ed. M. A. S. Blackburn (Leicester, 1986), pp. 291-313, which was itself a revision of a hoard listing by Michael Dolley published in 1966...."

 

NUMISMATIC SOCIETIES
 

The Ancient Coin Collectors Guild is a non-profit organization committed to promoting the free and independent collecting of coins from antiquity.
The goal of this guild is to foster an environment in which the general public can confidently and legally acquire and hold any numismatic item of historical interest regardless of date or place of origin.
ACCG strives to achieve its goals through education, political action, and consumer protection

 

The Royal Numismatic Society
 
The British Numismatic Society
 
The American Numismatic Society
 
The American Numismatic Association

 

 
The Department of Coins and Medals is home to one of the world's finest numismatic collections, comprising about one million objects. The H.S.B.C. Money Gallery chronicles the development and use of money throughout the world, while special temporary exhibitions are mounted on a great variety of exciting and innovative themes (click here to access the 'World of Money' site).

 

The U.K. Government searchable database of coins and antiquities recorded under the Treasure Act of 1996 in England and Wales.
 
 

 

  ARCHAEOLOGY & HISTORY

A non-commercial site on Thomas Simon's famous Petition Crown.

 

A huge database of information on Roman Britain based around interactive maps.

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