Each year the Royal Numismatic Society awards research grants from its various prize funds. The Price, Lowick, Kreitman, CNG, and Marshall funds are all administered in the same way. These are available to Fellows and non-Fellows alike, and the field of numismatic research which each fund encompasses is listed on their separate pages. The grants are usually less than £1000, but larger grants will be considered.
Awards are usually made in April or May of each year. It is important that the comments of referees are received before the deadline and it is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure this.
There is one standard Grant Application Form which should be used for all applications for these RNS funds. All fields of this form should be completed and word limits should not be exceeded. Application forms should be submitted in Word format. PDF documents will not be accepted.
Completed application forms should be sent by 1 March each year to: Henry Flynn: HFlynn@britishmuseum.org.
Please note that applicants are responsible for ensuring that references reach the Society by the closing date. The awards should be announced within two months of the closing date.
Please read each fund description for details about the specific conditions and emphases covered:
- The Martin Price Fund for Ancient Greek Numismatics
- The Nicholas Lowick Memorial Fund for the promotion of Oriental Numismatic Research
- The Neil Kreitman Central Asian Numismatic Endowment
- The Classical Numismatic Group Roman and Byzantine Fund
- The RNS Marshall Memorial Fund
Donations to funds are welcome and those interested in making a donation to the society should in the first instance contact: HFlynn@britishmuseum.org.
N.B. Donations made via the Subscriptions page of this site will be used to support the general activities of the RNS and will not be assigned to any of the specific funds detailed above.
The following grant funds are distributed in a different manner, some directly by the Council, others through application. Please read each description for details.