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Ainslie, George Robert (1776–1839), army officer and numismatist, was born near Edinburgh, the eldest son of Sir Philip Ainslie and his wife, the Hon. Elizabeth Gray, fifth daughter of John, twelfth Lord Gray. He entered the army as an ensign in the 19th regiment...

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Ainslie, Sir Robert, first baronet (1729/30–1812), diplomatist and numismatist, was the third son of George Ainslie (d. 1773), merchant, and his wife, Jean, daughter of Sir Philip Anstruther of Anstrutherfield, Fife. He grew up with his two brothers and five sisters in ...

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W. W. Wroth

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Akerman, John Yonge (1806–1873), numismatist and antiquary, was born in London on 12 June 1806, the son of John Ackerman, a merchant, and his wife, Elizabeth Harriet Yonge. He married on 20 August 1826 Emma Mary Matthews of Bethnal Green, Middlesex. Ackerman became secretary at an early age to the radical writer and politician ...

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Bartlet, Benjamin (1714–1787), numismatist and topographer, was born on 1 September 1714 at Bradford, Yorkshire, the only son of Benjamin Bartlet (1678–1759), bookseller and apothecary, and his second wife, Elizabeth Green (1684–1751). The family were Quakers: his grandfather and father suffered the seizure of goods for absenting themselves from the parish church; and ...

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A. A. Brodribb

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Bergne, John Brodribb (1800–1873), civil servant and numismatist, was descended from a family originally of Auvergne, France, but settled in England since the French Revolution; he was born at Kensington. Having entered the Foreign Office in January 1817 he was for some time attached as clerk to the ...

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Blunt, Christopher Evelyn (1904–1987), merchant banker and numismatist, was born on 16 July 1904 at the vicarage, Ham Common, London, the second of the three sons (there were no daughters) of the Revd (Arthur) Stanley Vaughan Blunt (1870–1929) and his wife, Hilda Violet (1880–1969)...

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Borrell, Henry Perigal (1795–1851), numismatist, after learning business in London established himself as a trader at Smyrna, where he lived from 1818 until his death. He devoted much of his attention to the discovery of inedited Greek coins, in which he was remarkably successful. The results of his discoveries were given in papers contributed to the ...

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Carter, Francis (1741?–1783), traveller and collector of coins, is reported in the Dictionary of British Portraiture (vol. 2) to have been born in 1741. He spent most of his life (except five years in France) in Andalusia and in the kingdom of ...

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Christmas [later Noel-Fearn], Henry (1811–1868), author and numismatist, was born in London, the only son of Robert Noble Christmas of Taunton and his wife, Jane, the daughter of Samuel Fearn. He matriculated at St John's College, Cambridge, in 1833, graduated BA in 1837, and proceeded MA in 1840. Ordained deacon in 1837 (by ...

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Clarke, Charles (1719–1780), numismatist, born at Kensington on 20 February 1719, was the seventh son of Rupert Clarke (1674–1748), attorney of the court of king's bench, of Heston, Middlesex, who was descended from a family resident at Broad Clyst in Devon, and his wife, ...

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W. W. Wroth

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Combe, Charles (1743–1817), physician and numismatist, was born on 23 September 1743 in Southampton Street, Bloomsbury, where his father, John Combe (d. 1768), carried on business as an apothecary. His mother was called Elizabeth. He was educated at Harrow School, and among his schoolfellows he remained on close terms with ...

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Combe, Taylor (1774–1826), numismatist and archaeologist, was the eldest son of Dr Charles Combe (1743–1817), the physician and numismatist, and his wife, Arthey Taylor (d. 1799). He was educated at Harrow School and at Oriel College, Oxford, where he matriculated on 18 October 1791, graduated BA on 5 June 1795, and proceeded MA on 10 July 1798. ...

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Conder, James (1761–1823), numismatist and antiquary, the youngest of seven sons of John Conder DD (1714–1781), Independent minister, and his wife, Susan, daughter of John Flindell, leatherseller of Ipswich, was born at Mile End, Middlesex, on 22 October 1761. He was educated at the ...

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W. W. Wroth

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Cooke, William (1709–1780), antiquary and numismatist, was born at Barnard Castle in co. Durham on 16 August 1709, the eldest son of John Cooke (d. c.1714), apothecary and surgeon there, and citizen and member of the Barber–Surgeons' Company of London. In 1719 ...

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W. W. Wroth

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Cuff, James Dodsley (1780–1853), numismatist, was born at Corsley, near Warminster, the son of a yeoman of that place; his mother was the daughter of Isaac Dodsley, brother of the publishers Robert and James Dodsley. For about forty-eight years, from 1805 until his death, ...

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W. W. Wroth

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Emery, Edward (1801/2?–1851?), numismatist, under whose direction the notorious imitations of coins known as ‘Emery's forgeries’ were produced, was a coin collector and coin dealer living in London. He was probably the same Edward Emery who maintained premises as a plate-glass grinder and factor at ...

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Evans, Sir John (1823–1908), archaeologist, numismatist, and paper manufacturer, was born on 17 November 1823 at Britwell Court, Burnham, Buckinghamshire, the second son of the Revd Arthur Benoni Evans (1781–1854), schoolmaster, cleric, and author, and his wife, Anne (1791–1883), daughter of Captain Thomas Dickinson RN (1754–1828)...

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Sir John Evans (1823–1908) by John H. Pinches, 1887 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Fox, Charles Richard (1796–1873), army officer and numismatist, eldest child of Henry Richard Vassall Fox, third Baron Holland (1773–1840), and Elizabeth Vassall Fox (1771?–1845), daughter of Richard Vassall, was born on 6 November 1796 at Brompton Park House, London, eight months before his mother's divorce from ...

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J. M. C. Toynbee and H. D. A. Major

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Gardner, Percy (1846–1937), classical archaeologist and numismatist, was born at Wells Street, Hackney, Middlesex, on 24 November 1846, the third child and eldest son of Thomas Gardner, of the stock exchange, and his wife, Ann, daughter of Peter Pearse. Ernest Arthur Gardner, classical scholar and archaeologist, was his brother and ...