British Coins Hammered & Milled
Site increasing awareness of the quality and art of the coins of Britain. Non commercial.
Coins of India
Nice photos and other useful resources for those interested in the Numismatics of the Indian subcontinent.
A nice resource for coins and history. A major endeavor is to photographically document the complex field of Indian numismatics. Your help is encouraged - photos and attributions are needed.
Coins of al-Andulus - Islamic Coins of Spain
This Japanese owned collection, The Tonegawa Collection, is perhaps the best collection of Andalus and related Islamic coins ever assembled. It rivals the most highly funded national collections and holds a significant number of rare and never before seen coins.
Zeno - Oriental Coins Database
A very prolific site with a variable quality of photos of a very wide variety of oriental numismatic items. Very strong in the Islamic area too. A must visit, and re-visit, for those interested in this field.
George A. Fisher Jr. Collection of Ancient Chinese Coins
An ongoing project to present the famous collection of Mr. Fisher, of "Fisher′s Ding" fame to public view. Features spades, knives, cowries, and more, and of all types. A great resource that is not to be missed if you are interested in the very first coin artifacts.
Ancient Greek & Roman information site - Doug Smith
A very expansive informational site for ancient coins. Not to be missed!
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British Mint Museum
The Royal Mint Museum was established in 1816 by the Master of the Mint William Wellesley Pole. In a memorandum of 12 February 1816 he wrote that he had observed with pain that not only was there ′no Collection of British Coins in His Majesty′s Mint, but there is not a single Proof Coin or a single serviceable Matrix or Puncheon preserved in the Office′.
Royal Numismatic Society
The Society was founded in 1836 as the Numismatic Society of London and received the title of the Royal Numismatic Society by Royal Charter in 1904.
The Society is an academic body of charitable status concerned with research into all branches of numismatics. Its lectures and publications deal with classical, Asian, medieval and modern coins, paper money, tokens and medals.
Ashmolean Museum - Heberden Coin Room
A bit hard to navigate but there is access to exhibits and resources if you explore.