The Numismatic Chronicle is the Society’s annual peer-reviewed journal sent to all Fellows as part of the membership package. Articles embrace the full range of numismatic topics: Ancient Greek Numismatics, Roman Numismatics, Celtic Numismatics, Byzantine and Aksumite Nuismatics, Islamic Numismatics, Medieval Numismatics, Asian Numismatics, Modern Numismatics, Numismatic bibliographies and miscellaneous.
Contributing to The Numismatic Chronicle
The editors welcome articles and short notes from Fellows of the Society and others. For information on contributing to the NC click here.
Ordering previous volumes
Some volumes are still available for purchase from the Society’s distributor Spink and Son Ltd, 69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 4ET:
Volumes 1997 to 2006 inclusive: £30 each
Volumes 2007 and 2008 £35 each
Volume 2009 to 2013 £40 each
Postage and packing is not included in the prices quoted above. Fellows are entitled to a 25% discount for single volumes and a 33% discount when buying more than one copy of the same publication volume. Volumes marked * are already offered at a reduced price and so are excluded from this discount. When ordering, please make it clear to Spinks that you are a Fellow
The Numismatic Chronicle on-line
Volumes 1-173 (1836-2013) of The Numismatic Chronicle are now available on JSTOR, a digital library of over 1,500 academic journals, books and primary sources. Volumes 1-9 (1836-1869) are available freely to all, while RNS Fellows have free access to subsequent volumes. All RNS members who have provided an email address should receive an email from Jstor containing a username and password to log on to Jstor.
N.B. Membership lists are updated with Jstor every 6-12 months, so if you become a member and need access to the Chronicle online more urgently, please email Rebecca Darley (firstname.lastname@example.org) to have your membership confirmed with Jstor ahead of the regular update cycle. If you have received your log-in information but can no longer find it, or if it seems not to be working, please contact Rebecca or Jstor directly.
This is the link to The Numismatic Chronicle on JSTOR: www.jstor.org/action/showPublication?journalCode=numischron