Author:Rogers Ruding

Rogers Ruding
(1751–1820)

English cleric and numismatist

WorksEdit

  • A Proposal for restoring the Antient Constitution of the Mint, so far as relates to the Expense of Coinage, together with a Plan for the Improvement of Money, and for increasing the Difficulties of Counterfeiting, 1798.
  • "Some Account of the Trial of the Pix" in Archæologia, volume xvii. pages 164–170 (1812)
  • "A Memoir on the Office of Cuneator" in Archæologia, volume xviii. pages 207–213 (1814)
  • The Annals of the Coinage of Britain and its Dependencies, 3 vols., London, 1817–19; 2nd edition. enlarged and continued to the close of 1818, 5 vols., London, 1819; vol. vi., plates, 1819; 3rd edit., enlarged and indexed 3 vols., London, 1840. For the first edition, which was sold out in six months, the Society of Antiquaries permitted Martin Folkes's plates to be used. The third edition was edited by John Yonge Akerman, with others.

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