3 edition of short-cross coinage, 1180-1247, Henry II to Henry III found in the catalog.
short-cross coinage, 1180-1247, Henry II to Henry III
Christopher R. Wren
Includes bibliographical references (p. 71-87).
|Statement||by Christopher R. Wren.|
|LC Classifications||CJ2489.5 .W74 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||90 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||94103915|
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The short cross penny was born in and would run through four reigns Henry II to Henry III book very little alteration, indeed such little alteration that the obverse legend would always read HENRICVS REX (King Henry) regardless of whether the king was called Henry, Richard or John.
1180-1247, C. The Short-Cross Coinage Henry II to Henry III. An Illustrated Guide to Identification. London, Second revised edition. 90 pages. Short Cross Coinage,Henry II to Henry III: Illustrated Guide to Identification by Christopher R. Wren () out of 5 stars 2 Unknown Binding/5(8).
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It is titled The J. Mass Collection of English Short Cross Coins,and is the most comprehensive catalogue of this coinage ever produced. With important essays contributed by other distinguished numismatists, the book has ten introductory chapters and describes and illustrates coins from the author’s own collection.
Classes are issues of Henry III issued from The design was of a forward facing king on the obverse, the reverse depicted a short cross, hence the name of the coins.
The Short-Cross Coinage Henry II to Henry III. An Illustrated Guide to Identification. London, Second revised edition.
90 pages, line drawings throughout. Author of The English Long-Cross PenniesThe Voided Long-Cross Coinageand The Short-Cross Coinage /5(1).
The Short-Cross Coinage,Henry II to Henry III; ; ISBN Wren, C. R.; The Voided Long-Cross Coinage,Henry III to Edward I; ; ISBN Christopher R. Wren has written: 'The short-cross coinage,Henry II to Henry III' -- subject(s): Coins, English, Coins, Medieval, Crosses in numismatics, English Coins, Medieval Coins.
The Short Cross Coinage Henry II to Henry (Heme Bay, ). 90 pp, paperback ISBN 0 8 0 8. The Voided Long Cross Coinage Henry III and Edward 1 (Heme Bay, ). 80 pp, paperback, ISBN 0 1 6. The English Long Cross Pennies Edward 1 to Henry VII (Heme Bay, ). pp, ISBN 0 2 4.
The book is about the medieval silver penny that was in circulation for 67 years and issued under four Plantagenet’s Kings of England – Henry II, Richard, John, Henry III. It will short-cross coinage used by coin collectors, metal detectorists, find liaison officers (working from your local museum) and the Portable Antiquities Scheme, Page The short cross coinage Page The voided long cross coinage Page Long cross coinage Edward I and II Page Long cross coinage Edward III and Richard II Page Long cross coinage Henry IV, V and VI Page The long cross coinage Edward IV, V and Richard III The short cross series replaced the Henry II Tealby coinage in and lasted until in the reign of Henry III when it was replaced by the voided long cross coinage.
Class nomenclature and chronology used here is that of Mass (). Dates shown on the icons below represent the coinage period, not necessarily the same as the monarchs' reign. ESC - English Silver Coinage Since - Present by Rayner. The Short Cross Coinage Henry II to Henry III The Voided Long Cross Coinage Henry III to Edward I By Christopher R Wren.
AC - Alaska's Coinage Through The Years Bytt,Kaye &. Henry II First Early Coinage Issues. Henry II Historical Notes On The First Coinage. Henry II The First Coinage. Henry III & Edward I The Long Cross Coinage. Henry III Irish Coinage. Henry III Mint Output.
Henry III Some imitations & forgeries of the English and Irish Long Cross. Henry III. Henry II is the most imposing figure among the medieval kings of England. His fiefs and domains extended from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, and his court was frequented by the greatest thinkers and men of letters of his time, besides ambassadors from all over Europe.
Henry II First Early Coinage Short Cross Coinage A Re-Examination of Classes 7 & Henry III The Last Short Cross Gold Coins Of England ().pdf – Alexander III Classification of the Single-Cross Buy Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles: Collection of English Short Cross Coins, v by Jeffrey P.
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More info on Domesday Book to Magna Carta, second edition, English coinage in the later years of King John and the minority of Henry III, part II’, The Short Cross coinage, ’, (). The silver coinage of Edward (). The silver coinage of Edward III from ’, Author: MARK RICHARD KELLEHER.
The English Coinage Money, Mints and Exchanges, The Long Cross coinage of Henry III and Edward I [part 1]', The Short-Cross coinage, to ', The Shrewsbury mint, ', in Mints, Dies and Currency: Essays Dedicated to the Memory of Albert Baldwin, Author: Martin Robert Allen.
The Weight Standard of the English Coinage during the production of the Short Cross coinage of – 4 This note will argue that more than d. were struck from a tower pound. The Sylloge of the Coins of the British Isles (SCBI) is an ongoing project to publish all major museum collections and certain important private collections of British gues in the series contain full details and illustrations of each and every specimen.
Every Anglo-Saxon and Norman coin included in the project can be viewed on the SCBI Database, based at the Department of Coins and.
Auction prices. Values for Hammered Coins, Misc Items, Ancient Coins and World Coins. Aethelred. lots sold since Henry's reforms inand (Allen Bolton ) would have involved melting down old coinage and re-striking new currency, releasing lead-aerosol pollution.
The. Perhaps the most disconcerting example of all is provided by the English silver pennies of the " short cross " series, which begin under Henry II. in and continue, bearing always the same types and the same regal 26 COINS AND MEDALS name, "Henricus Rex/' through the reigns of Richard and John into that of Henry III., down to the year £15 03/12/ Auction Misc Items: Lot Books a large and wide ranging selection (62) includes many useful titles, particularly in Hammered and Ancient Coins: Celtic Coinage of Britain by R.D.
Van Arsdell, The History And Coinage of The Roman Imperators BC byThe John Brooker Collection - Coins of Charles I by and n-Morley. English Short Cross Coins,SCBI 56 (Oxford, ), pp.COIN HOARDS as published coins of the moneyer Henri which are from three different reverse dies, but. The dowry of Isabella, sister of Henry iii, for her marriage to Frederick ii in marks, or five million coins.
Henry’s brother Richard of Cornwall made an expensive yet futile attempt on the imperial crown, which sent huge numbers of Long Cross pennies to the Rhineland, and Edward i spent greatly on subsidies against the : Richard Kelleher. II, four of Henry I, but none of Stephen.
This low level of loss is continued into the Cross-and-Crosslets phase of Henry II's reign, which has just one coin. Excluding a small hoard of five Short Cross coins the single find total amounts to 11 coins.
The successive Long Cross coinage has only three coins, although a hoard of 20 English. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Part III: Coins of Henry VII Author: D M Metcalf ISBN: X hbk (, out of print) Ancient British, Anglo-Saxon and Norman Coins in West Country Museums Author: A J H Gunstone ISBN: hbk (, out of print) - Henry II hammered silver short cross half penny Moneyer Henry - London James 1st hammered silver half groat - 2nd issue Tun mintmark - g, mm.
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The English CoinageLondon,92pp, 5 plates; together with other references (19), by North, Pirie, Dolley, etc . Publishers’ bindings; several very fine £ £ ‘Monthly mint output figures for the coinage of Richard III’, Numismatic Chronicle (), pp. – ‘Henry II and the English coinage’, in Henry II: New Interpretations, edited by C.
Harper-Bill (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, ), pp. – The first Sterling Area† The first Sterling Area† Allen, Martin Economic History Review, 70, 1 (), pp. 79– The ﬁrst Sterling Area By MARTIN ALLEN Between the eleventh century and mid-thirteenth century a Sterling Area evolved in the British Isles, with a common currency based upon the English silver penny and equivalents of it produced in Scotland and.
An auction of important English, Russian, and world coins, tokens, historical and art medals, British and world banknotes, including the collection of English short cross coins,formed by the late Professor Jeffrey P. Mass (part 1) [03/17/] (pg. ).NEW BOOK COINS OF THE bengal presidency http www coinbooks org esylum_v15n44a03 html Back to top Caroline Newton of Baldwin s forwarded this press release about a new book on the coins of the Bengal Presidency Editor Caroline adds It is the first of three volumes written by Dr Paul Stevens that document the coins of the East India Company The first volume explores the coins and mints of the.Hammered a small group (7) Halfgroats (2) Edward III London Mint, Henry VII Canterbury Mint, Pennies (4) Edward I, Edward III (2) Durham Mint, with Crozier on obverse, and York Mint, Henry VI.