[from Cubbon - Bibliography, Vol 1, 1933]


SNELLING (Thomas). Miscellaneous Views of the Coins struck by English Princes in France, counterfeit Sterlings, coins struck by the East India Company, those in the West India Colonies, and in the Isle of Man London: Printed for T. Snelling next the Horn Tavern. 1769. pp. iv,54. 345x226. [1178, F 10]

New Copper Coinage for Isle of Man: Georgius III Dei Gratiâ 1786 : 3 Legs of Man and motto, Quocunque Jeceris Stabit., and account of a custom observed by the inhabitants of the Isle of Man. In Scots Mag. xlviii, pp. 303 and 657. 1786.

Manx Penny of George III described. In Gents. Mag. 1787.

Memorial of Landowners, Traders and other inhabitants of the Isle of Man, to the Secretary of State for a new ' Copper Coinage similar to that issued in the year 1813 . ' N.D. [c. 1830] Broadside. 322x200. [1501, G.F.C. Coll.]
The suggestion was for the coinage of pence, half-pence and farthings in the proportion of fourteen pence to the English shilling. The coinage of 1839 followed.

A Poster issued by John Kelly, High-Bailiff of Castletown, on 'The Ancient Insular Copper Coinage,' and the assimilation of the Manks with the British currency. J. Quiggin. 25th Sept., 1840. 470x320. [6336, F 10]

W. J. D. W. (of Beacon Grange). The Lamp in the 1847. pp. 275. 16 plates. 190x120. [6453 W.C. Coll. F 10]
Title lacking. Shows many early Eastern figures of the Three Legs symbol.

Coins found in the Isle of Man. In Numis. Chron. xi, 1849. p. 180. 2 pl. Not in Library.

DICKINSON (W. B.). On a Find of Anglo-Saxon Coins in the Isle of Man. N.D. [ ? 1848] pp. 5. 220x135. [6240, F 10]
The find was made by a labourer at Bradda, and consisted of several hundreds of Anglo-Saxon coins, all of the reign of Ethelred (A.D. 979-1016). A rare pamphlet.

BROWN (T. R., Southwick). Arms of the Isle of Man. In Willis's Current Notes, 1852, pp. 18, 79, 81, 90, 91, 101, 102. (Illus.) 1852. [2328]
This copy contains an autographed letter from Mr. T. R. Brown to Mr. Fargher, 27 Atholl-street, Douglas, in which he thanks Mr. and Mrs. Fargher for their hospitality while in the Isle of Man.

DICKINSON (W. B.). Find of Anglo-Saxon Coins . . . 1853. In Numis. Chron. xv, p. 99-104. Not in Library.

__Saxon Coins found in the Isle of Man. In Numis. Chron. xvii, p. 130. 1855. Not in Library.

CUMMING (Rev. J. G.). The Arms of Man. In Mx Soc. i, pp. 147-8. 1858.

Arms of Man. A.D. 1735. Opinion of Clarencieux King of Arms. In Mx Soc. iv, pp. 117-122. 1860.

OSWALD (Henry R., F.A.S., L.R.C.S.E.). A Dissertation on the Armorial Bearings of the Isle of Man being Mx Soc. v. 1860.

Seal of the Bishopric; Arms of Rushen Abbey, founded 1134; and of the Prioress of Douglas; In Mx Soc. v. pl. 2. 1860.

Seals of Harold King of Mann and the Isles (ship with furled sails), i circa 1245, ii 1246. (Cottonian MS. in Brit.Mus.) Litho. reprod. in Mx Soc. v. front. 1860.

Waldron's Account of the Medals : opinions of experts. In Mx Soc. xi, pp. 71, 117-120, 136. 1863.

The Arms of Man. In Mx Soc. xvi, pp. 21, 234-6, 239. 1865.

CLAY (Charles, M.D.). Currency of the Isle of Man, from its earliest appearance to the assimilation With the British Coinage in 1840, being Mx Soc. xvii. Well illus. 1866.
A standard work on the coinage, tokens, and paper and card money.

Tree Cassyn or Three Legs. In Mx Soc. xvii, pp. 3-22. 1866.

The Paper and Card Money of Man. In Mx Soc. xvii, pp. 114-149. 1866.

Banks and Banking. In Mx Soc. xvii, pp. 150-9. 1866.

CRELLI N (J. Frissell, M.H.K.). Articles on Paper Currency and Treasure Trove. In Mx Soc. xvii. 1866.

Catalogue of the Collection of Manx Coins, etc., in the cabinets of Charles Clay, M.D. Manchester : Ireland & Co. 1866. pp. 28-32. [3269]

The Seal of Thomas, Bishop of the Isle of Man. (Illus.) [ ? 1457] In Mx Soc. xx, pp. 1-7 c. 1870.

CLAY (Charles, M.D., Pres. Manch. Numis. Soc.). On the Brass, Copper, and other Currency of the Isle of Man. (Illus.) In Pcdgs Manchester Numis. Soc. i, pp. 4, 17, 41, 59, 69, 81. 1871. [2339]

__On the Card and Paper Currency of the Isle of Man (Illus.) In Pcdgs, Manchester Numis. Soc. i, pp. 159-162. 1871. [2339]

The Manx Currency : peculiarities in numeration, Weights, measures, divisions of land, quantities, etc. In Mx Soc. xxi. 1871.

Of the Coat of Arms belonging to the Kings. [Blundell c. 1680] In Mx Soc. xxvii, pp. 24-30. 1875.

Stained Glass [Three-legs device] formerly in St. German's Cathedral [in colour]. In Mx Soc. xxix, p. 21. 1877.

CRELLIN (John Frissell). Particulars relating to the Brass Coinage executed in the Isle of Man in 1733, taken from the original record in the Seneschal's Office. In Mx Soc. xxx, pp. 1-28 g. 1878.

The Peel Castle Stained Glass, having the Three-legs design. In Mx Soc. xxix. 1879. [329]
Came from Drontheim, Norway. Now in Castle Rushen.

BnR w ELL (Rev. E. L.). The Seal of Thomas, Bishop of the Isle of Man. In Mx Soc. xx. 1881.

The Seal of Bishop Bridgman. In Mx Note Book, p. 28. 1885.

NEWTON (John, M.R.C.S.E.). The Armorial Bearings of the Isle of Man, their origin, history, and meaning. Illus. 3 plates. Lit. & Phil. Soc., L'pool. 1885. pp. 22. 217x137. [3320]

__The Armorial Bearings of the Isle of Mann their origin, history, and Meaning. (Illus.) In Mx Note Book ii, pp. 1-19; supp. note 125-127, relating to Mananan Mac Lir. 1886.

CALVERLEY (Rev. W. S., F.S.A.). The Svastika and Triskele with other symbols sculptured on stone at Isel Church, Cumberland. In Mx Note Book, 1887.

WILLIAMSON (George C.). Trade tokens issued in the Seventeenth Century : a revised edition of William Boyne's Work. London: Elliot Stock. 1891. p. 1. [3906]
Refers to John Murrey's Penny, 1668.

Spink and Sons' 'Monthly Numismatic Circular,' containing list of Manx Coins With prices. 1892, 1893, 1894.

NELSON (Philip, M.B.). The Coinage of the Isle of Man. 4 plates. London: Spink & Son. 1899. pp. 51. 220x140. [3922]
This is the standard work on the subject of the coinage

Coinage of the Isle of Man. Numis. Chron. 1899. Illus. Not in Library.

The Armorial Bearings and Coinage of the Isle of Man. In A. W. M. Hist. pp. 136, 414. 1900.

NELSON (Philip, M.B.). Contemporary Forgeries of the 1733 Coinage of the Isle of Man. In Numis. Circ. No. 108, 1901. London: Spink & Son. pp. 6. 250x160. [3904, F 10]

QUINE (Rev. John, M.A.). The Douglas Treasure Trove. In Y.L.M. ii, 1901.

Catalogue of the Collection of Coins and Medals of John G. Murdoch, 1903. [4349]
Isle of Man list on pp. 2-4 ; sale prices noted. Illus. on pl. I.

NELSON (Philip, M.D.). The Coinage of the Isle of Man. In Connoisseur, Oct. 1903. pp. 113-6. (20 illus.) [5981]

FRIEDEL (V. H.). Origine de l'emblème de I'Ile de Man. (Illus.) Zeitschrift fúr Celtische Philologie, Ild. 4, pp. 464-466. 1903. Halle a. S. 8vo. Not in Library.

CARLYON - BRITTON (P. W. P., F.S.A.). Treasure Trove, the Treasury, and the Trustees of the British Museum. 1905. pp. 16. 245x182. [5897, F 10]

KNOX (Archibald). The Manx Arms. In Cushag, Jan. 1907.

GRAYL (D.). Coinage of the Isle of Man. In Mx Quar. No. 4, 1908.

OGDEN (William Sharp, F.S.A.). A Note on St. Patrick's Pence, When and why they Were issued. Reprinted from Brit. Num. Jour, iii, 1908. pp. 4. 245x182. [5897, F 10]

CARLYON - BRITTON (P. W. P.). On some Coins of the Tenth Century found in the Isle of Man, With special reference to a Penny of Anlaf struck at Derby. In Brit. Numis. Jour. v, 1909, With two plates. [F 10] Not in Library.

ROTH (Bernard). The Coins of the Danish Kings of Ireland. Hiberno - Danish series. 1910. Not in Library.

SARGEAUNT (B. E.). The Sword of State: its origin. In Proc. i, pp. 395-400.
The sword has the Three Legs symbol.

HEYWOOD (Nathan). A Manx Leather Penny of the Eighteenth Century. (Illus.) Manchester : Trans. Lane. and Ches. Antiq. Soc. xxx 1913. pp. 71-76. [4603, F 10]

GRUEBER (H. A., F.S.A.). The Douglas Find of AngloSaxon Coins and Ornaments. London : Num Chron. 1913. pp. 27. 217x140. [4782, F 10]
This pamphlet relates to the find of coins and ornaments in Derby-road in 1894. The author is of opinion that the burial of the hoard must have occurred not much later than A.D. 975, and he comes to the conclusion that it may have been the property of one of the retinue of Magnus King of Man, who accompanied him to Chester in the year 973.

KERMODE (P. M. C.). The Woodbourne Treasure Trove, 1894. In Proc. i, pp. 437-440, 1913.

The King William's College Arms. In Barrovian, March 1916.

Catalogue of the C. A. Watters' sale of Manx Coins and Tokens. 1917. (Illus.) London: Glendining & Co. 1917. pp. 3-9. 246x178. [3821, F 10] The prices obtained at the sale are given in the margins.

LANKESTER (Sir Ray). The Swastika. In Daily Telegraph, July 22 & 30. 1919.

Scotch Coins of David II found at Strandhall Beach. In Mx Quar. No. 25, 1921.

B. DI C. An Atlas Note and Coin illustrated. In The Policy-holder, 27th June, 1923. [1869, F 10]

KERMODE (P. M. C., M.A.). The Arms of the Isle of Man. B. & S. 1927. pp. 8. 214x136. [F 10]

CAIN (Robert Cobbold). A Manx National Flag. In Ellan Vannin Mag. No. 7, Jan. 1927.

KERMODE (P. M. C.). The Armorial Bearings of the Isle of Man, With an illustration of the Manx Sword of State. In Ellan Vannin Mag. viii, June 1927.

Arms of the various Lords of Man: Sketches by A. Knox. In Rigby's Castle Ruslaen, 1927.

See also Arms of the Stanley and Murray families. In Collins' ' The Peerage of England' and Burke's Peerage, also Moore's Hist.


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