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Numismatic Articles

 

 

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2015h, 'Catti and Nunney'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2015g, 'Semiotics of Celtic Coins XII: Mapping Replicas

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2015f, 'Semiotics of Celtic Coins XI: Producing and Interpreting Replicas

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2015e, 'Semiotics of Celtic Coins X: Inventions, Replicas and Applying the Brakes

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2015d, 'Could Kent Kings Cast Coins? 2: something you don't normally see'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2015c, 'Could Kent Kings Cast Coins? 1: the slippery slope of inference'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2015b, 'Modern Celtic Fakes 8 – Replicas'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2015a, 'Modern Celtic Fakes 7 – the Haslemere Forger improves his work'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2014g, 'Modern Celtic Fakes 6 – an "obvious" fake'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2014e, 'Modern Celtic Fakes 5 – Haslemere vs. the legendary forgers'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2014d, 'Modern Celtic Fakes 4 – the best Haslemere forgeries'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2014c, 'Modern Celtic Fakes 3 – Haslemere Die Dressing Errors'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2014b, 'Modern Celtic Fakes 2 – Haslemere Silver: some diagnostics'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2014a, 'Modern Celtic Fakes 1 – Cast forgeries of Durotrigan silver staters'


Most of the following articles appeared in the pages of Spink's Numismatic Circular, and are available here with appreciation to Spink and Son, Ltd.

 

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2010b, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins IX – The Minefield of Metaphor'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2010a, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins VIII – Seeing past the die-cutters'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2009b, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins VII – The search for codes'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2009a, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins VI – Cunobeline's ship'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2008c, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins V – It's not art'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2008b, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins IV – Extensions into the continuum'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2008a, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins III – Amalgamation switchers'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2007b, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins II – Circumstance selectors'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2007a, 'Semiotics of Celtic coins I – Ruding's challenge'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 2002, 'Celtic Coinage 2001' (report on Celtic Coinage conference in Oxford in 2001)

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1998, 'It's 1960 again – is everyone feeling much better now?'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1996b, 'Muddying the Atrebatic waters'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1995b, 'A Boudiccan coin from the German Limes'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1995a, 'Some recent discoveries'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1994e, 'Clashed dies and the organization of Verica's mint'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1994d, 'The Wanborough Hoard: a reconstruction'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1994c, 'Celtic chicanery IV – the war trumpet'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1994b, 'Two new Cantian coins', NCIRC, vol. 102, p.6.

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1993g, 'The recently stolen Holdenhurst hoard and coins from the Bushe-Fox excavations at Hengistbury –corrections to the record'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1993f, 'The date of the Kentish cast bronze coinage – evidence from Hengistbury and The Caburn', the "Lost Article"

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1993d, 'Bad day at flat rock'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1993c, 'Metallurgical and metrological analysis of pre-dynastic staters in Britain II – the Atrebates'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1993b, 'An anomalous Yarmouth stater'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1993a, 'Die-cutting expertise in Celtic Britain'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1992g,'Trade routes in Britain via trend surface analysis'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1992f, 'The coinage of Queen Boudicca, an update'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1992e, 'Metallurgical and metrological analysis of pre-dynastic staters in Britain I – the Corieltauvi'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1992d, 'A Dobunnic branched emblem on a bronze "wheel money" object'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1992c, 'Three new Celtic staters'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1992b, 'Inscription on Cunobeline ship type confirmed'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1990, 'Celtic chicanery III – The Bird-Man'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1989g, 'A new (but illegible) inscription on a Cantian stater'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1989f, 'The silver minims of Commius'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1989e, 'The face on the defaced die staters'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1989d, 'Celtic chicanery II – the hidden face on an Atrebatic stater'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1989c, 'The quarter staters of Commius'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1989b, 'Take out the gold, but keep the colour'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1988, 'Celtic Chicanery'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1987b, 'The Coinage of Queen Boudicca'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1987a, 'The Silver Coins of Commius—A New Variety'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1986i, 'The Forgery of the Haslemere Hoard'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1986h, 'The Silver Coinage of Commius'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1986g, 'Rescuing a Catti Stater'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1986f, 'Rescuing a North East Coast Stater'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1986e, 'The Second Haslemere Hoard and some Haslemere Stragglers'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1986d, 'False Dobunnic Coins from the Hand of the Haslemere Forger'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1986c, 'A Metallurgical Condemnation of the Haslemere Hoard'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1986a, 'Ancient Forgeries Demonstrate Celts Used Coins as Money'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1985c, 'False Coritanian Staters from the Hand of the Haslemere Forger'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1985b, 'The Origin and Date of the Silver Coritanian Coinage', NCIRC

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1985a, 'The Hallmark of the Haslemere Forger'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1984d, 'A Note on the Date of the British Potin Coinage'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1984c, 'Yet Another Surprise from the Haslemere Hoard'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1984b, 'The Missing Coins from the Collection of Sir John Evans'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1984a, 'The Origin of the British L Stater and the Problem of the Catuvellauni'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1983b, 'Dumnoc Tigir Seno'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1983a, 'A Note on the Earliest Types of British Potin Coins'

VIEW    Van Arsdell 1980, 'Correspondence' (1756 Withy and Ryall catalogue and John White intrigues)