Index

This is a list of the blog posts

  1. The Kwangtung Note Redemption (5 Apr 2017) – link
  2. 19th-century East Asian numismatic books at the American Numismatic Society (12 Apr 2017) – link
  3. The world’s railways on coins (26 Apr 2017) – link
  4. Chinese openwork charms (28 Apr 2017) – link
  5. François Thierry’s new book on Chinese coins (30 Apr 2017) – link
  6. Supermarket of the Dead 冥間超市 (2 May 2017) – link
  7. Portraits on Chinese banknotes (1): Zaizhen (Tsai Chen) (5 May 2017) – link
  8. Auspicious symbols – ONS Study Day, London, 18 Nov 2017 (15 May 2017) – link
  9. Richard von Glahn – 4 lectures in Paris, May 2017 (19 May 2017) – link
  10. Lord Charles Beresford’s Chinese coins at the V&A (24 May 2017) – link
  11. Prof YANG Junchang, archaeo-metallurgist in London, 8 June (25 May 2017) – link
  12. Money in ancient China. People and their everyday life around money (5 Jun 2017) – link
  13. BUMA 9: The beginnings of the use of metal and alloys (Korea, Oct 2017) – link
  14. Charles Batten Hillier (1820-1856) (13 Jun 2017) – link
  15. Sheng Qi’s paintings of money (16 Jun 2017) – link
  16. Gold-coin leopard (19 Jun 2017) – link
  17. Evolution of silver – from sycee to silver dollar (7 Jul 2017) – link
  18. East Asian coins in North America (14 Jul 2017) – link
  19. Treasures in the Netherworld (lecture in Oxford, 19 July) (17 Jul 2017) – link
  20. The anthropology of money in Southern California (24 Jul 2017) – link
  21. Taiwan’s tokens (31 Jul 2017) – link
  22. Collector: Justus Doolittle (1824-1880) (1 Aug 2017) – link
  23. Li Zijian and Chinese charms (29 Aug 2017) – link
  24. The Book of Swindles: Selections from a Late Ming Collection (1 Sep 2017) – link
  25. China Numismatics 2017.1 (144) – English summary (4 Sep 2017) – link
  26. Journal of East Asian Numismatics (JEAN) 7, 25, Aug 2017 (5 Sep 2017) – link
  27. Chinese coins on Tlingit armour (11 Sept 2017) – link
  28. Who’s Who in East Asian numismatics? (18 Sep 2017) – link
  29. Paintings of money by Dong Yuan and Lam Tung-pang (20 Sep 2017) – link
  30. Chinese coins from the scholar’s study (22 Sep 2017) – link
  31. Zhu Xihua, coin designer and engraver (26 Sep 2017) – link
  32. Academic Conference Proceedings of Gold and Silver Currency and Social Life (6 Oct 2017) – link
  33. Marco Polo Studies and Yuan dynasty money (13 Oct 2017) – link
  34. The Nicholas Rhodes Collection of Tibetan Coins (31 Oct 2017) – link
  35. The account books of Derek Bryan, consular official in Peking (Beijing), in the 1930s (3 Nov 2017) – link
  36. Seaborne Trade in the East Indies and the Far East during XVIIth-XIXth Centuries (27 Nov 2017) – link
  37. Coins and charms in the “Jin shi suo” by Feng Yunpeng and Feng Yunyuan (19 Jan 2018) – link
  38. The Invoice Museum (5 Feb 2018) – link
  39. Bibliography for Ancient Chinese Coin Casting Technology (13 Feb 2018) – link
  40. Thai porcelain tokens (“pee”) (14 Feb 2018) – link
  41. Chinese guides for identifying silver dollars and other coins, 19th century (16 Feb 2018) – link
  42. A Viking ship on a Chinese note (19 Apr 2018) – link
  43. Ma Rong – engraver of Mao and monkeys (26 Apr 2018) – link
  44. Japanese occupation money and the Battle of Balikpapan (8 May 2018) – link
  45. “Cultural Revolution style red packets” (15 May 2018) – link
  46. Is that a coin on Mao’s desk? (30 May 2018) – link
  47. Chinese Money Matters – so why does it have such a low profile? (5 Jun 2018) – link
  48. Red envelopes – the development and permanence of themes in Chinese popular imagery (21 Jun 2018) – link
  49. Chinese transportation tokens and tickets (27 Jun 2018) – link
  50. The use of silver ingots in Ming dynasty tax payment (4 Jul 2018) – link
  51. Eaves of globalization – the XVIII World Economic History Congress (7 Aug 2018) – link
  52. Workshop: Eastern Zhou metal technologies, 21 Sept 2019 (15 Aug 2019) – link
  53. The Millenium Medal, by Marian Fountain (17 Aug 2018) – link
  54. Dictionary of Modern Chinese Banking Organizations and People (5 Nov 2018) – link
  55. Paizi – Printed colophons and Chinese charms (7 Nov 2018) – link
  56. Two cabinets of coins from the Qianlong period in the State Hermitage Museum (2 Jan 2019) – link
  57. Palmer River Goldfield Chinese coin hoard: new evidence challenging its authenticity (16 Jan 2020) – link
  58. Book: Sino-Kharoshthi Coins (Horse coins of Khotan) (17 Jan 2020) – link
  59. Frank Newman (1873-1937) and his Chinese coin collection (20 Jan 2020) – link
  60. Book: The History of Commercial Banks in Modern China (21 Jan 2020) – link
  61. Index to the first 60 posts (22 Jan 2020) – link
  62. The Xi’an Numismatic Museum’s series “Currency and Culture” (1) (23 Jan 2020) – link
  63. The Xi’an Numismatic Museum’s series “Currency and Culture” (2) (24 Jan 2020) – link
  64. “The Forger and Numismatist: LI Baotai and Bao Kang” – by Lyce Jankowski (25 Jan 2020) – link
  65. Book: Origin of Paper Currency in South-East Shanxi (26 Jan 2020) – link
  66. Book: Currency and Finance in Traditional China (27 Jan 2020) – link
  67. The T.S. Bayer Collection, Glasgow (28 Jan 2020) – link
  68. Chinese silver ingots in Glasgow (4 Feb 2020) – link
  69. Chinese Song/Yuan dynasty silver ingot design on a lacquer coffer? (5 Feb 2020) – link
  70. The Mao Era in Objects – Money (6 Feb 2020) – link
  71. Book: A Cultural History of Chinese Money (7 Feb 2020) – link
  72. Digitization Project: Chinese Banknotes at the NNM, Smithsonian (10 Feb 2020) – link
  73. The Howard F. Bowker Collection at the NNM, Smithsonian (11 Feb 2020) – link
  74. Book: China’s Foreign Debt (Catalogue of Bonds and Stock Certificates) (12 Feb 2020) – link

  75. Chinese coins and reign/base marks on ceramics – link