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SCBI

Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles.

http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/coins/projects/scbi/index.html

The British Sylloge project was first promoted in the early 1950s by Christopher Blunt and other members of the British and Royal Numismatic Societies. An informal committee was formed under the chairmanship of Sir Frank Stenton, who in 1956 secured its admission as a Committee of the British Academy. The first volume, on Anglo-Saxon coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, was published by the British Academy in 1958.

The aim of the series is to publish detailed and fully illustrated catalogues of coins of the British Isles in British and foreign collections. The volumes range in scope from Ancient British coins to seventeenth-century tokens, with most detailed coverage of the Anglo-Saxon coinage. The collections recorded include those of national, university and provincial museums in Britain and Ireland and of museums in Scandinavia, Germany, Poland, Latvia, Russia and the United States of America.

Chairmen of the Sylloge Committee

General Editors

The present members of the Sylloge Committee are:


Most Sylloge volumes are published by Oxford University Press and Spink and Son Limited. Volumes still in print are available from Oxford University Press or Spink and Son Limited as indicated below. Several volumes are available from Oxbow Books. Second hand copies of out-of-print volumes may also be available from Spink.

     Oxford University Press
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1. FITZWILLIAM MUSEUM, CAMBRIDGE.
Ancient British and Anglo-Saxon Coins.
By P. Grierson. 32 plates, 1958.
[Out of print]

2. HUNTERIAN MUSEUM, GLASGOW.
Anglo-Saxon Coins.
By A.S. Robertson. 42 plates, 1961.
[Out of print]

3. COINS OF THE CORITANI.
By D.F. Allen. 8 plates, 1963.
[Out of print]

4. ROYAL COLLECTION, COPENHAGEN.
Part I. Ancient British and Anglo-Saxon Coins.
By G. Galster. 30 plates, 1964.
[Out of print]

5. GROSVENOR MUSEUM, CHESTER.
Coins with the Chester Mint-Signature.
By E.J.E. Pirie. 16 plates, 1964.
[Available from Spink & Son at 25]

6. NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ANTIQUITIES OF SCOTLAND, EDINBURGH.
Anglo-Saxon Coins.
By R.B.K. Stevenson. 29 plates, 1966.
[Available from Spink & Son at 25]

7. ROYAL COLLECTION, COPENHAGEN.
Part II. Anglo-Saxon Coins: thelred II.
By G. Galster. 71 plates, 1966.
(Published jointly with the Carlsberg Foundation)
[Out of print]

8. BRITISH MUSEUM.
Hiberno-Norse Coins.
By R.H.M. Dolley. 8 plates, 1966.
(Published by the Trustees of the British Museum)
[Out of print]

9. ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM, OXFORD.
Part I. Anglo-Saxon Pennies.
By J.D.A. Thompson. 42 plates, 1967.
[Available from Spink & Son at 35]

10. ULSTER MUSEUM, BELFAST.
Part I. Anglo-Irish Coins, John - Edward III.
By M. Dolley and W. Seaby. 20 plates, 1968.
(Published jointly with the Trustees of the Ulster Museum)
[Out of print]

11. READING UNIVERSITY.
Anglo-Saxon and Norman Coins;
ROYAL COIN CABINET, STOCKHOLM.
[Part VI.] Anglo-Norman Pennies.
By C.E. Blunt and M. Dolley. 20 plates, 1969.
(Published jointly with the Swedish Royal Academy)
[Available from Spink & Son at 25]

12. ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM, OXFORD.
Part II. English Coins 1066-1279.
By D.M. Metcalf. 36 plates, 1969.
[Out of print]

13-15. ROYAL COLLECTION, COPENHAGEN.
Part III. A, B, and C. Anglo-Saxon Coins: Cnut.
By G. Galster. 158 plates, 1970. (3 vols.)
(Published jointly with the Carlsberg Foundation)
[Available from Spink & Son at 30 each]

16. NORWEB COLLECTION.
Ancient British and English Coins to 1180.
By C.E. Blunt, F. Elmore-Jones and R.P. Mack. 17 plates, 1971.
(Published by Spink & Son Limited)
[Available from Spink & Son at 15]

17. MIDLAND MUSEUMS.
Ancient British, Anglo-Saxon and Norman Coins.
By A.J.H. Gunstone. 30 plates, 1971.
[Available from Spink & Son at 25]

18. ROYAL COLLECTION, COPENHAGEN.
Part IV. Anglo-Saxon Coins from Harold I and Anglo-Norman Coins.
By G. Galster. 54 plates, 1972.
(Published jointly with the Carlsberg Foundation)
[Out of print]

19. BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTER MUSEUMS.
Ancient British Coins and Coins of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Mints.
By L.V. Grinsell, C.E. Blunt and M. Dolley. 27 plates, 1972.
[ISBN 0-19-725932-4; available from Spink & Son at 25]

20. MACK COLLECTION.
Ancient British, Anglo-Saxon and Norman Coins.
By R.P. Mack. 56 plates, 1973.
[ISBN 0-19-725937-5; out of print]

21. YORKSHIRE COLLECTIONS.
Coins from Northumbrian mints, c.895-1279; Ancient British and Later Coins from Other Mints to 1279.
By E.J.E. Pirie. 54 plates, 1975.
[ISBN 0-19-725939-1; available from Spink & Son at 35]

22. ROYAL COLLECTION, COPENHAGEN.
Part V. Hiberno-Norse and Anglo-Irish Coins.
By G. Galster with M. Dolley and J. Steen Jensen. 22 plates, 1975.
[ISBN 0-19-725949-9; available from Spink & Son at 20]

23. ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM, OXFORD.
Part III. Coins of Henry VII.
By D.M. Metcalf. 53 plates, 1976.
[ISBN 0-19-725960-X; available from Spink & Son at 35]

24. WEST COUNTRY MUSEUMS.
Ancient British, Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman Coins.
By A.J.H. Gunstone. 30 plates, 1977.
[ISBN 0-19-725972-3; available from Spink & Son at 35]

25. NATIONAL MUSEUM, HELSINKI.
Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman Coins.
By T. Talvio. 41 plates, 1978.
[ISBN 0-19-725979-0; available from Spink & Son at 35]

26. MUSEUMS IN EAST ANGLIA.
Morley St Peter Hoard, and Anglo-Saxon, Norman, and Angevin Coins, and Later Coins of the Norwich Mint.
By T.H.McK. Clough. 52 plates, 1980.
[ISBN 0-19-725991-X; available from Spink & Son at 42.50]

27. LINCOLNSHIRE COLLECTIONS.
Coins from Lincolnshire mints, and Ancient British and Later Coins to 1272.
By A.J.H. Gunstone. 68 plates, 1981.
[ISBN 0-19-725993-6; available from Spink & Son at 45]

28. CUMULATIVE INDEX OF VOLS. 1-20.
By V. Smart. 1981.
[ISBN 0-19-726002-0; available from Spink & Son at 27.50]

29. MERSEYSIDE COUNTY MUSEUMS.
Ancient British and Later Coins to 1279.
By M. Warhurst. 39 plates, 1982.
[ISBN 0-19-726007-1; available from Spink & Son at 37.50]

30. AMERICAN COLLECTIONS.
Ancient British, Anglo-Saxon and Norman Coins.
By J.D. Brady. 30 plates, 1982.
[ISBN 0-19-726011-X; available from Spink & Son at 30]

31. NORWEB COLLECTION.
Tokens of the British Isles 1575-1750. Part I. Bedfordshire to Devon.
By R.H. Thompson. 35 plates, 1984.
(Published by Spink & Son Limited)
[ISBN 0-907605-11-7; available from Spink & Son at 15]

32. ULSTER MUSEUM, BELFAST.
Part II. Hiberno-Norse Coins.
By W. Seaby. 16 plates, 1984.
(Published jointly with the Trustees of the Ulster Museum)
[ISBN 019-7260-306; available from Spink & Son at 15]

33. BROOKER COLLECTION.
Coins of Charles I.
By J.J. North and P.J. Preston-Morley. 130 plates, 1984.
(Published by Spink & Son Limited)
[ISBN 0-907605-12-5; available from Spink & Son at 19.50]

34. BRITISH MUSEUM.
Anglo-Saxon Coins, Part V: Athelstan to Edgar's Reform.
By M.M. Archibald and C.E. Blunt. 56 plates, 1986.
(Published by the Trustees of the British Museum)
[ISBN 0-7141-0854-5; available from Spink & Son at 28]

35. ASHMOLEAN AND HUNTERIAN MUSEUMS.
Scottish Coins.
By J.D. Bateson and N.J. Mayhew. 116 plates, 1987.
[ISBN 0-19-726047-0; available from Spink & Son at 75]

36. STATE MUSEUM, BERLIN.
Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman, and Hiberno-Norse Coins.
By B. Kluge. 41 plates, 1987.
(Published jointly with the State Museum, Berlin)
[ISBN 0-19-726048-9; available from Spink & Son at 45]

37. POLISH MUSEUMS.
Anglo-Saxon and Later Medieval British Coins.
By A. Mikolajczyk. 20 plates, 1987.
(Published jointly with the Archaeological and Ethnographical Museum in Ldz)
[ISBN 0-19-726063-2; available from Spink & Son at 25]

38. NORWEB COLLECTION.
Tokens of the British Isles 1575-1750. Part II. Dorset to Gloucestershire.
By R.H. Thompson. 41 plates, 1988.
(Published by Spink & Son Limited)
[ISBN 0-907605-23-0; available from Spink & Son at 20]

39. NORTH COLLECTION.
Edwardian English Silver Coins, 1279-1351.
By J.J. North. 46 plates, 1989.
[ISBN 0-19-726075-6; available from Spink & Son at 55 (few copies remaining)]

40. ROYAL COIN CABINET, STOCKHOLM.
Part IV. Anglo-Saxon Coins: Harold I and Harthacnut.
By T. Talvio. 74 plates, 1991.
[ISBN 0-19-726090-X; available from Spink & Son at 55]

41. CUMULATIVE INDEX OF VOLS. 21-40.
By V. Smart. 1992.
[ISBN 0-19-726114-0; available from Spink & Son and from Oxford University Press at 35]

42. SOUTH-EASTERN MUSEUMS.
Ancient British, Anglo-Saxon and Later Coins to 1279.
By A.J.H. Gunstone. 78 plates, 1992.
[ISBN 0-19-726115-9; available from Spink & Son at 75]

43. NORWEB COLLECTION.
Tokens of the British Isles 1575-1750. Part III. Hampshire to Lincolnshire.
By R.H. Thompson and M.J. Dickinson. 51 plates, 1992.
(Published by Spink & Son Limited)
[ISBN 0-907605-36-2; available from Spink & Son at 25]

44. NORWEB COLLECTION.
Tokens of the British Isles 1575-1750. Part IV. Norfolk to Somerset.
By R.H. Thompson and M.J. Dickinson. 50 plates, 1993.
(Published by Spink & Son Limited)
[ISBN 0-907605-46X; available from Spink & Son at 25]

45. LATVIAN COLLECTIONS.
Anglo-Saxon and Later British Coins.
By T. Berga. 12 plates, 1996.
[ISBN 0-19-726163-9; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Press at 35]

46. NORWEB COLLECTION.
Tokens of the British Isles 1575-1750. Part V. Staffordshire to Westmorland.
By R.H. Thompson and M.J. Dickinson. 51 plates, 1996.
(Published by Spink & Son Limited)
[ISBN 0-907605-49-4; available from Spink & Son at 25]

47. SCHNEIDER COLLECTION.
English Gold Coins and their Imitations. Part I.
By P. Woodhead. 83 plates, 1996.
(Published by Spink & Son Limited)
[ISBN 0-907605-66-4; available from Spink & Son at 60]

48. NORTHERN MUSEUMS.
Ancient British, Anglo-Saxon, Norman and Plantagenet Coins to 1279.
By J. Booth. 64 plates, 1997.
[ISBN 0-19-726166-3; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Press at 80]

49. NORWEB COLLECTION.
Tokens of the British Isles 1575-1750. Part VI. Wiltshire to Yorkshire, Ireland to Wales.
By R.H. Thompson and M.J. Dickinson. 43 plates, 1999.
(Published by Spink & Son Limited)
[ISBN 1-902040-33-3; available from Spink & Son]

50. HERMITAGE MUSEUM, ST PETERSBURG
Part I. Anglo-Saxon Coins to 1016
By V. M. Potin.
54 plates. 1999.
[ISBN 0-19-726187-6; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Press at 65]

51. ESTONIAN COLLECTIONS.
Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman and later British Coins.
By I. Leimus and A. Molvgin.
54 plates. 2001.
[ISBN 0-19-726220-1; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Press at 55]

52. UPPSALA UNIVERSITY COIN CABINET.
Anglo-Saxon and Later British Coins.
By E. Lindberger.
37 plates. 2006.
[ISBN 0-19-726339-9; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Press]

53. SCOTTISH MUSEUMS.
English Coins, 1066-1279.
By J. D. Bateson.
38 plates. 2001.
[ISBN 0-19-726224-4; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Press at 45]

54. ROYAL COIN CABINET, STOCKHOLM.
Part V. Anglo-Saxon Coins: Edward the Confessor and Harold II, 1042-1066.
By F. Colman.
Part VI supplement. Anglo-Norman Pennies.
By M. Blackburn and K. Jonsson.
57 plates. 2007.
[ISBN 9780197262337; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Press]

55. HERMITAGE MUSEUM, ST PETERSBURG.
Part IV. English, Irish and Scottish Coins, 1066-1485.
By M. Mucha.
23 plates. 2003.
[ISBN 0-19-726236-8; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Press at 40]

56. MASS COLLECTION.
English Short Cross Coins, 1180-1247.
By J. P. Mass.
82 plates. 2001.
[ISBN 0-19-726254-6; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Press at 50]

57. SCHNEIDER COLLECTION.
Part II. English Gold Coins,1603 to the 20th Century.
By P. Woodhead.
58 plates. 2002.
(Published by Spink & Son Limited)
[ISBN 1-902040-43-0; available from Spink & Son at 60]

58. NATIONAL MUSEUMS OF SCOTLAND, EDINBURGH.
Scottish Coins, Part I. 1526-1603.
By N. M. McQ. Holmes.
99 plates. 2006.
[ISBN 0-19-726328-3; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Press]

59. NORWEB COLLECTION.
Tokens of the British Isles, 1575-1750.
Part VII. City of London.
By R. H. Thompson and M. J. Dickinson.
61 plates. 2007.
[ISBN 1-90-204080-5; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Press]

60. HERMITATE MUSEUM, ST PETERSBURG. Part II. Anglo-Saxon Coins 1016-1066.
By V. M. Potin.
47 plates. 2011.
[ISBN 978-0-19-726501-7; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Press]

61. SCHNEIDER COLLECTION.
Part III. Anglo-Gallic, Flemish and Brantine Gold Coins 1330-1794.
By P. Woodhead.
38 plates. 2011.
[ISBN 978-1-907427-00-8; available from Spink & Son]

62. NORWEB COLLECTION.
Tokens of the British Isles, 1575-1750.
Part VIII. Middlesex and Uncertain Pieces.
By R. H. Thompson and M. J. Dickinson.
68 plates. 2011.
[ISBN 978-1-90742708-4; available from Spink & Son]

63. BRITISH MUSEUM.
Anglo-Saxon Coins. Part I. Early Silver and Gold Coins.
By A. Gannon.
37 plates. 2013.
[ISBN 978-0-7141-1823-9; available from the British Museum Press]

64. GROSVENOR MUSEUM, CHESTER.
Part II. Anglo-Saxon Coins and Post-Conquest Coins to 1180.
By H. E. Pagan.
34 plates. 2012.
[ISBN 978-0-19-726502-4; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Pressavailable from the British Museum Press]

65. NORWEGIAN COLLECTIONS.
Part I. Anglo-Saxon Coins to 1016.
By Elina Screen.
76 plates. 2013.
[ISBN 978-0-19-726502-4; available from Spink & Son and Oxford University Pressavailable from the British Museum Press]