Programme of lectures

Meetings take place at 6-7.30pm on the third Tuesday of each month at the Warburg Institute, Woburn Square, London WCIH 0AB

However, due to renovation works at the Warburg this year, members are advised to check the RNS website before each meeting to check the location of the talk.

16 Oct Mark Stocker (Warburg Institute)

  The Politics of Coin Design: The 1967 New Zealand decimal reverses

20 Nov Lucy Moore (Swedenborg Hall, 20-21 Bloomsbury Way, London, WC1A 2TH)

Medals, Museums & the First World War – a case study from Leeds

18 Dec Johan van Heesch (Spinks)

A new representation of the Antwerp mint (AD 1625)

Presentation of the Medal, Christmas Party

15 Jan Julian Bowsher and Robert Kenyon (Warburg Institute)

Roman London’s first coins

19 Feb Student/early career lectures (Warburg Institute)

  1. David Swan and Johannes Hartmann

19 Mar Andrew Burnett (Warburg Institute)

Augustus and Nero: two emperors who tried to reform the coinage.

16 Apr Richard Kelleher (Warburg Institute)

“So rare, so barbarous, so little known”: Revisiting the coinage of Crusader Edessa

21 May Jane Kershaw (Warburg Institute)

Tracing loot: the fate of European coins in Viking hands in the ninth century

18 Jun Roger Bland (Institute of Archaeology, Gordon Square)

Problems in Ancient Numismatics I: Die-studies versus coin finds: how to   estimate the size of a coinage

AGM, President’s Address, Summer Party

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