The NI Bulletin is a premier feature of membership in Numismatics International.  You receive this highly informative periodical six times a year with your membership.  Top writers and numismatists have contributed about three thousand money related articles for over forty years. These articles are all listed, searchable, and available to NI members, after signing in.  This is an excellent research tool and a major benefit of membership in NI.

The NI Bulletin Editorial Staff stresses the “something for everyone” concept by trying to have each bulletin content cover a wide variety of numismatic subjects.  All articles in the NI Bulletin are donated by members or are reprinted from previous works.

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The current NI Bulletin is Volume 53 Nos. 11/12 dated November/December 2018.  A sample of the beginning of some of the articles in this NI Bulletin follows:

  • Illegal "Protestant" French Coinage Struck at La Rochelle, by Arnaud Clairand and Robert Ronus, NI #LM139.  France, like many other European countries, was torn apart after the Reformation by conflicts between the adherents of the new Protestant faith and the supporters of the established Catholic Church.  The French Wars .............
  • A "Salzburg" Coin for Illiterates, by Robert Ronus, NI #LM139.  A number of small states in Northern Italy were notorious for, if not forging, copying the more widely accepted coins of larger states in the early modern era.  Desana, Corregio, Bozzolo, Guastalla, Passerano, Frinco, Pompanesco, Meserano, Maccagno, etc.  Perhaps the most bizarre .........
  • British Countermarks on French Silver Coins, Merchant Countermarked Silver Coins in Great Britain c. 1780-1830, by Eric C. Hodge, NI #2784.  The December 2005 issue of Coin News had a general article on this series in which, in the second paragraph, mention was made of the use of French coins for a few issues.  The first.........

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