The Silver Coins of England, Arranged and Described: With Remarks on British Money Previous to the Saxon Dynasties (Classic Reprint)

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In dismissing this work to the public, the author has great pleasure in acknowledging the readiness with which assistance has been afforded to him from every collector, without exception, to whom he has had occasion to refer. Not only during the progress of the present work, but during a long course of years whenever his numismatic pursuits have induced him to seek for access to any collection of coins or medals, the permission has been granted with a readiness and liberality, which he has the greatest gratification in recording. For assistance afforded in the present undertaking he is peculiarly indebted to Sir Henry Ellis, K. H., who, amidst his extensive researches into English History, has never failed to note every thing which would illustrate our national coinage; to J. D. Cuff, whose collection of coins is exceedingly numerous and valuable, whose knowledge is peculiarly minute and accurate, and whose stores of information have been communicated with the utmost freedom and liberality; to the Rev. J. E. Shepherd, whose valuable assistance will be perceived in the account of the coins of the three Henries, and whose research into that obscure period is a proof and a specimen of the accurate and minute attention, which he has bestowed upon our coinages, and the successful result to which he has pushed his investigations.

The coins described from the Museum collection are indicated by the letters Mb. those from private collections by the names of the respective owners in italic capitals.

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