London Mint Coins for Sale More Important London Mint Coins for Sale   *** Preview Now Available*** a More coins from the Toone collection are being offered for sale in the next Spink auction to be held on 2nd December 2015. This batch will consist of new types previously unrecorded in RIC and contains some very rare […read more…]

London Mint Coins for Sale Important London Mint Coins for Sale   Rare coins from the Toone collection are being offered for sale in the next Spink auction to be held on 22nd September 2015. This first batch comprises those which were previously known to the compilers of RIC. The next batch in December will […read more…]

  The London Mint of Constantius and Constantine   I am pleased to be able to let you all know that ‘The London Mint of Constantius and Constantine’ has finally been published. As ever, with these things, it always takes longer than expected to deliver a finished product but it is now available from Spink […read more…]

Connecting Through Coinage : Conference Report Connecting Through Coinage : Conference Report   The ‘Connecting through Coinage’ conference occurred on the 13th of June 2014. It was jointly hosted by York Museums Trust, University of York and Yorkshire Numismatic Society in the fantastic setting of the King’s Manor, York. The event was jointly funded by […read more…]

W Yorkshire Hoards : 3000 BC – 1643     This recent article about Yorkshire coin hoards was published on the Culture24 website. The online collaboration by the York Museums Trust and Google gives us an insight into the collections that is not immediately apparent even if you are able to visit the museums in […read more…]

AAA The London Mint of Constantius and Constantine   by Hugh Cloke and Lee Toone   A comprehensive catalogue and survey of the output of the London mint from AD 296 to 325. From when Constantius invaded Britain to regain the Britannic Empire back from Allectus to its closure in 325 when Constantine began to […read more…]

B ROMAN EMPIRE: POWER & PEOPLE B THE NATION’S ROMAN TREASURES REVEALED IN LEEDS   The ‘Pharaoh: King of Egypt’ exhibition set a precedent in 2012 as Leeds City Museum’s most successful show to date and this Autumn sees Leeds City Museum maintain the momentum by announcing that the Romans are coming from 20 September […read more…]

bbbbb   Connecting Through Coinage – June 2014   A free conference examining the history and archaeology of Roman and Early Medieval York and Yorkshire through discussion of its coinage.   On the 13 and 14th of June 2014, York Museums Trust, in association with the University of York and the Yorkshire Numismatic Society, will host a two day conference which […read more…]

Roman Mosaic On Display After 20 Years

  A Roman mosaic  not seen in public for more than 20 years is to go on permanent display in Northamptonshire.   The mosaic once formed the centrepiece of one of  a Roman villa that was discovered by archaeologists at Stanwick Lakes in the 1980s.   The excavations of Stanwick Lakes in the Nene Valley […read more…]

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