The Royal Numismatic Society

The Royal Numismatic Society is the UK's foremost society for numismatics - the study of coins, medals and related currency items.
Founded in 1836 as the Numismatic Society of London, today's Society is international in subject and membership. Its lectures and publications deal with Classical, Asian, Medieval and Modern coins, paper money, tokens and medals, and Fellows include scholars and enthusiasts from around the world.
Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month between October and June, and are open to all.

The British Numismatic Society is the leading organisation for the study of coins, medals, jettons and paper money of the British Isles, the Commonwealth and other territories that have been subject to British rule. Although based in the United Kingdom, it has an international membership, drawn from a wide range of academic and museum professionals, amateur specialists, collectors and dealers.

The Money and Medals Newsletter

The Money and Medals Newsletter (formerly known as the CCNB Newsletter) appears three times a year in December, April and August. The Newsletter includes a focus subject consisting of three articles as well as news items, events, lectures and auctions.