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Thomas, and Colonel Yule, Librarian. lately as October last [c. coins in each. Until this work is performed, it will be premature to make other To this should be added information of M.
Very truly yours, E. and Printed Books. In the former Department only 40 MSS. These Dear Mr Poole, You seem to not to have understood as I intended that could obviously be dealt with by temporary engagement; e that if it is part of my letter of yesterday in which I begged you to note how far M. Annam and Tonquin. Approved ; but selection to be made , if possible.
Bond, Principal Librarian. usual departmental register. At a committee, 10 May Payment to be made when funds are available. Wills, who has available. arranged with Mr Poole for a selection being made as proposed. The change of size of the octavo sheet Lacouperie. for the printing alone disturbs the calculation submitted to the At a committee, 10 February Employment of Mr de Lacouperie Trustees for sanction.
Application to be made for Treasury printed catalogue is undefined. The cognate collections of Japanese, sanction. Mr Poole is on vacation until the 17th Inst. Terrien de Lacouperie to select and that the whole subject should be fully reported on before further catalogue Coins from the Tamba Collection [c. I must ask you therefore to the cost can be met out of the provision in the Estimates for —84 for draw up a particular statement for submission to the Trustees on the Catalogues of Coins.
Yours truly, E. Treasury conditions. Mr Poole has the honour to submit to the Trustees a collection of [BM Trustees Minutes, c. At a committee, 10 March Of the above the following may be specially noticed. The small round 17 July Morse Collection gold coins of the 17th cent. The smaller copper coins by Mr Morse.
You will probably inform him of the fact if you should semi pieces illustrate the history of the native coinage from the 8th know his present address. Yours ever truly, [illegible signature] cent.
The 79 larger medals have been selected with great care and represent a number of special forms and types not found in the national collection. These last pieces are now seldom met with 28 July Gardner Collection even in Japan and their acquisition would form a very desirable Purchases recommended.
Gardner Collection of Coins. Report by Mr addition to the Museum series which is now the most representative in Poole, 25 July, recommending the purchase from Mr Christopher Europe. Gardner, H. II Chinese modern coins … in your report on the Chinese catalogue. been prepared by M. de Lacouperie — the Trustees Mr Poole recommends that nothing more be undertaken at present.
The [No? Yours very truly, E. Ordered: Application to Treasury for funds to large number of recent acquisitions of Chinese coins [note: ], and complete the Catalogue of Chinese Coins, with explanation of cause of to the heavy cost of the illustrations. Offer of Messrs Gilbert and Rivington as made Mr Poole proposes to complete 31 sheets, which will form a volume on grounds stated in their letter to be declined.
A fresh estimate to be containing the whole of the Ancient Chinese Money; and to postpone obtained for Vol. II of the Catalogue. and observing that estimates successively submitted have proved M. publication with the 1st volume of 31 sheets.
I, an interval be allowed, before proceeding with Vol. II, in order to ascertain by the 4 July Catalogue demand for the first volume which deals with ancient Chinese money Mr Poole has the honour to report in reference to the Minute of the and is complete in itself, whether the publication of a continuation Trustees under date 11 June that he herewith submits the nearest describing modern Chinese coinages and Japanese coins and medals estimate which he can obtain of the cost of completing an entire would be desirable.
Catalogue of Chinese and Cognate coins and medals. a Read. b Read. The Japanese coins, should the Trustees still decide to proceed with Thompson. III: Coins of Japan, Annam, Tangut Liao, Corea, Cochin China, 26 November Catalogue Toking and Formosa coins … The illustrations in this volume Report by Mr Poole, 5 November, recommending that the Catalogue of would probably not exceed , exclusive of special types. General Sir A. Cunningham, Sir H.
Howorth, M. quite uncertain what method it may be advisable to adopt, as the most At a Committee, 26 November Presentations sanctioned.
Mr Poole Thompson. His new wife was been known as the Tamba Collection, referring to Masatsuna Agnes Taylor Hillocks b. As a silk or China merchant, Frentzel would have had The nomenclature followed the European aristocratic associates and contacts among traders in East Asia. He also had tradition, and conveniently rendered his name in a way that contacts in the academic world.
His father-in-law James was short and easy for non-Japanese speakers to remember. At Hillocks c. In addition to his business life, catalogue, was owned by a London-based silk merchant, Frentzel also had a keen interest in coins, being a Fellow of the Rudolph Frentzel.
The coins were brought to the British Royal Numismatic Society for 47 years from continuously Museum, and Terrien de Lacouperie, of University College, until his death in At some stage between October Collection to the British Museum and apparently sold the rest and February Frentzel sold the collection to a Mr of his collection at auction.
The catalogue for the Sotheby, Howel Wills. Reynell, b. Frentzel, dated 11 January , promising to recommend a selection of Esq. There was no mention of any East Asian coins in this sale. various sources can allow us to reconstruct part of its history in Contrary to the statement in the auction catalogue, London. Van one day they may provide enough of a lead to trace the journey Doorninck, Dr L. White King et R. Amsterdam, 28 May Frentzel came to acquire the Tamba Collection, it would seem George Rudolph Nicolaus Frentzel was born in Hamburg on 9 likely that he came across them either through his East Asian June He and Similarly, we do not know the exact arrangements by which he his wife Elizabeth were lodgers at the home of Abraham and sold them to Howel Wills.
Betsey Phillips, 47 Clifton Street, Shoreditch. As Mr Phillips born in Danzig [Gdansk] was a silk merchant himself, and Who was Howel Wills?
He was admitted was eventually published in He was on the Western Circuit in to my friend Howel Wills, Esq. The name of Howel and it may well be that by allowing the Tamba Collection to Wills remained in the Law List until , the year of his death, remain at the Museum on offer until the sale in , Wills but with no address after He is best known for his interest in acquire over 2, coins from the Tamba Collection.
antiquarian books, fine art and other antiquities. Indeed, in February Christie, Manson and Woods arranged three What happened to the rest of the Tamba Collection? Leeds from Edward Hamilton Johnston — , Boden There is no mention of a spectacular East Asian coin Professor of Sanskrit and Keeper of the Indian Institute, collection, or a coin collection of any sort, in the records Oxford.
Nor is there any mention of Howel Wills as a are reproduced below for convenience, with the permission of coin collector or dealer in the numismatic literature. The only the Keeper of the Heberden Coin Room: relevant evidence is in the collections and archives at the Letter from E.
Johnston [Edward Hamilton Johnston, Keeper of the British Museum and subsequently at the Ashmolean Museum, Indian Institute] to E. Leeds, 17 March Oxford see below. Perhaps Frentzel had wanted or needed to Dear Leeds, The fragmentary nature of the records kept here does sell sooner than the British Museum was ready to buy, and not allow of any answer to your queries.
A note in a catalogue runs: 5 cases Chinese coins 10 nests of trays and 2 cabinets sent to allowing the Tamba Collection to remain at the Museum? I have examined the minutes for some years on both sides of either saw his purchase as an investment or as a means by , but find no reference to the coins.
It seems that their origin was lost sight of quite early; for I enclose a letter, which I have which the Collection could remain at the Museum. found, of ? shows that their origin was then unknown. If this letter is of any interest to you, I think you might as well keep it. Sir M. However, he abandoned the be included among them.
It is unlikely that the Institute accepted a commercial world for more scholarly pursuits. The note quoted from the catalogue also gives you the date you College, London, and was also editor of the Babylonian and want. The Bodleian Library were not concerned in the transaction. Oriental Record. His work on the history of the Chinese script, Yours sincerely, E. Johnston and in particular his view that early Chinese civilization [The letter of c.
Lacouperie on several short-term arrangements to work on the East Asian coins. Poole wanted to employ him as a full-time Arch. But 1— Liu-chiu Islands 1—8: Liu-chiu Islands the process was long-drawn out, problematic and expensive for 1— Korea the Museum and only the first volume was completed.
See Appendix. Howel Wills. I enclose a copy of what we have got in the Register. See Wang, p. Catherina Sophia Tornquiss of Hamburg. He retained his German Educated: Clifton, Corpus Christi College, ; Balliol College, Hilary nationality most of his life, applying for naturalisation at the age of Term — Barrister, Inner Temple Died December Robinson [Edward Stanley Gotch Robinson, 7 UK Census , , , , round coins, China, Corea, etc.
but have bought nothing from him 9 The children were Franz Rudolph Emil b. From the List of Fellows, published in the annual searched our catalogues, minutes and other records for indications of Numismatic Chronicle, we know his various addresses in London as the Chinese coins transferred to the Ashmolean on May 10, I much regret that we are so deficient. We Osbaldeston Road, Stoke Newington — ; 28 Springfield, have regular records of accessions, but only from ; for the earlier Upper Clapton —10 ; 46 Northfield Road, Stamford Hill — period we have only lists of possessions.
If the chronology allows of the supposition that the coins belonged to the initial donations, which 11 I am grateful to Ted Buttery for these details. XVI , p. Wills of Clifton Town — probably George Wills, j. then living at a lodging house, 3 Arlington Villas, Clifton. I am Leeds, Keeper of Brasenose College, —1. Williams, City Archivist, Bristol City Council, for identifying George Wills and for confirming that although the Contents surname Wills suggests there may have been a link with the Enumeration of collection famous Wills family of Bristol, the names Howel Wills and George Introduction Wills do not appear in the W.
and H. Wills subsequently Catalogue Imperial Tobacco archival deposit. Shu, Five Dynasties, Liao, Jin, etc. For some of this time, Wills was resident at Rebel near close of Northern Song 2 Belgrave Mansions, St George, Hanover Square, London UK Southern Song Census Yuan 92 17 These included the centre panel of the Monte Oliveto altarpiece Late Yuan rebels 28 now in the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard. It was purchased by a Mr Ming Quilter, then by Henry Goldman, who presented it to the Fogg in Princes and rebels at close of Ming See Fogg Art Museum , p.
Qing to Qianlong 18 The Times, 19 July Total 19 For further details see Carlyle, Ryan, Oxford Arch. Gardner oxforddnb. The introduction describes the Gardner a more damning account of his work see Parker, The Indian Institute International Stamp Advertiser, Saturday 15 October no. the two collections [of H. Wills and C. Gardner] together form a Barrett, T.
Singular Listlessness: A Short History of Chinese rich field for the research student. Ryan, Oxford Dictionary of National language. Anglo-Saxon studies. His sole publication on East Asian coins was Fogg Art Museum, html, accessed 16 January Leeds, E. Parker, E. It is an excellent of startling developments. Firstly, there has been a more opportunity not only to illustrate the strengths of the thorough approach to documentary evidence through the collection, but also to introduce to the English reader the fruits discovery of new sources and new interpretive efforts directed of Japanese numismatic research, including work focusing on at existing sources.
Secondly, new advances in archaeology archaeology, economic history and scientific analysis. and a more effective analysis of coin finds have brought the fields of numismatics and archaeology closer together. Although this is common practice in were Chinese. These were the banliang 半両 and wuzhu 五銖 of the West, where the collected body of data forms the basis of a the Former Han dynasty bc—25 ad and coins issued great deal of numismatic research, this approach is relatively during the reign of Wang Mang r.
The recording of single coin-finds in Japan has reached Japan in the first centuries of the 1st millennium.
not only yielded exciting results concerning the distribution of Coins of these types have been found at sites all over Japan, but Japanese coin-types, but has also stimulated a far greater since, at the time of the importation of these coins, Japan was attention to the accurate identification of coins found not sufficiently developed socially for coins to be used as throughout Japan.
from the early 8th century, which was excavated at the Banliang and wuzhu coins were issued over a long period, thus Saikudani site in Osaka Prefecture, and the excavation of the making precise dating very difficult.
reign, and therefore look more promising as dating evidence. These highlights are supported by other important finds. Another corroborated with other evidence. are found all over East Asia. It process known as cupellation was in use there. systems of economic organization, including currency, weights At the site of Hara castle, which was the focus of the Shimabara and measures.
They have so far been unearthed only been found. Some daimyo in Minato-ku, Tokyo compare Cat. nos — based on the weight of the silver. In the second month of clear whether they preceded or followed the production of that year the office of Master of the Mint Saijusenshi 催鋳銭司 Fuhonsen. nos 5—15 were minted.
The fact that currency did not only consist of imitations of Chinese coinage. the silver coins were minted before the copper coins is probably There are no examples of these early mumon-ginsen in the connected with the earlier existence of mumon-ginsen. Indeed, British Museum collection. it is likely that the production of silver coins was a trial effort The archaeological site at Asukaike in Nara Prefecture has preparatory to the production of copper coins.
When one takes account of the facts that Fuhonsen were found, along with smelting furnaces, furnace the government was at the same time establishing markets in pokers, incomplete castings and other items connected with the capital and issuing regulations granting honours to those the casting of coins, in an excavation conducted to the highest who accumulated stocks of coinage Chikusen joirei 蓄銭叙位 standards by the National Research Institute for Cultural 令 and that more than 5, coins have been found at sites all Properties in Nara.
The distribution of the the use of silver coins. Since they oldest government-issued coins in Japanese history. The metal circulated at a value that was in excess of their inherent metal composition of the Fuhonsen is also of interest, for it has been value, it was not long before Japan was awash with privately- established that they were made with an alloy of copper and minted coins and imitations, as is evident from government antimony. A bronze alloy made of copper, lead and tin was in prohibitions on private minting.
when they were placed in placenta jars. nos 1—3. From the late 17th minted, 12 different types of copper coinage were issued by the century, when coin collecting first became common in Japan, central government. These have generally been considered to Fuhonsen have been considered as charms rather than money. Ultimately, by the middle of the 10th century, too coins were being used for non-monetary purposes.
However, many difficulties had come to the fore to make the continued the large amount of slag found with the Fuhonsen coins at the production of coinage possible: there were policy failures, such Asukaike site suggests that as many as 10, were cast there. as the decision to assign to new issues a value that was 10 times The notion that they were coins rather than charms has thus the value of the previous coinage, which from modern become more widely accepted, but the debate continues.
The economic perspectives seems certain to have encouraged late 7th century is precisely the period in which the Japanese inflation. So the production and use of coinage might have have a reduced copper content, testifying to these represented the assertion of the newly emergent Japanese state problems.
Let us now look in more detail at the coins of ancient Japan, in the order in which they were minted. These all have a four- character inscription, reading clockwise from the top. weight of 3. There is some doubt about how kaichin master-coin in the collection of the Nara National the last character in the inscription 和同開珎 is to be read, Research Institute for Cultural Properties.
This is because 珎 is a variant 63— nos third character in the inscription. nos apply to the silver coins, while in the case of the copper coins 92— nos 8, 10, The metallic composition is also substantial quantity of lead. The sites known at present are Okada, Kadono, Tahara coins. These minted in when Fujiwara Nakamaro wielded de facto mints were managed by officials despatched from the capital power. Each silver coin was assigned the now known, from the archaeological discovery of coin moulds, value of 10 copper coins, and each gold coin the value of 10 that the Nagato mint was in the vicinity of what is now the silver coins.
Saidaiji temple outside Nara in the Edo period, and another 31 While the three types of copper coin issued in the Nara were discovered in At this time Japan had not developed to the were minted Cat. nos 29— In an edict was issued which declared that they were of equal value. This suggests that the three coin- The circulation of medieval coinage types were in circulation together and that the populace was For a period of about years from the second half of the 10th distinguishing between the different types, with some coins century onwards, no coins were minted in Japan.
Instead, rice, circulating at a premium or discount rate. Indeed, coin finds silk and hemp were used as media of exchange, as is clear from often include all three types. To give an indication of prices in land-sale records and other documents surviving from that the 8th century, one masu of sake cost one mon ie, one copper period.
This was a time of considerable change as the fighting coin and a long-necked jar cost 10 mon. men known to us as the samurai came to the ascendant. nos 40— The imported capital but also produced a new coinage. Hereafter there was a dynasties. Coins of the Northern Song — rapid reduction in the size of Japanese copper coins. Furthermore, the smaller number of coins of the Yuanyou tongbao 元祐通寳 issued — Hongwu tongbao later Heian period that have been unearthed suggests that a 洪武通寳 issued from and Yongle tongbao 永楽通寳 smaller quantity of coins was being issued at this time.
coin-types constitute the bulk of coins contained in the earliest nos 55— The British Museum collection includes a master- hoards found in Japan, and the composition of the hoards has coin of this type Cat. In Japanese, such pieces are much to tell us about the coins in circulation. The hoards known as ‘mother-coins’, in the sense that the mother can consist of between several thousands and several tens of produce more coins.
In medieval Japan, it was common was a daily necessity for most people. The development in the for 97 copper coins to be strung together as a group, and 10 of early 17th century of a system of taxation which required taxes these coins formed a unit called a kanmon. lasting monetary functions of rice. Trade with China was becoming increasingly important for By the end of the 16th century rice and copper coins were Japan, and in the 14th century shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu supplemented by gold and silver for high-value transactions, as was particularly keen to promote trade with Ming China.
There the diaries of members of the aristocracy show. Gold nuggets was no strong central government in Japan at that time, and had been found in northern Honshu from ancient times but consequently no central office with the authority to issue coins. now gold and silver mines were being opened and were Imports from China were paid for in Chinese coin, hence the producing precious metals that could be used as currency.
By importance for Japan of the vast quantities of coins imported this time bills of exchange were also coming into use in Japan from China.
To give an example of the scale of the movement of to facilitate commercial transactions. So, by the end of the 16th coins, in a ship set sail from Ningbo in southeastern China century commercial and economic activity were such that bound for Hakata in northern Kyushu, but sank off the coast of copper coins were insufficient both in quantity and in value.
Marine archaeologists working on the wreck Recent research has revealed much about the metal established that the cargo of this one ship included 28 tonnes of composition of the imitation Chinese coins mentioned above. coins, around 8 million coins. The reliable supply of coins from Copper coins in East Asia are generally made of three metals — China had the effect of making it unnecessary for Japan to copper, tin and lead — but in China in the Southern Song produce its own coins.
Furthermore, coins had also become dynasty — the proportion of tin declined. Thus, Chinese of a copper-lead alloy. Some coins have a very high copper coins and imitations were being used throughout East Asia, content almost pure copper ; such coins are less durable and including what is now Vietnam, by Japanese merchants. the inscription is less sharp. Hence the emergence of coins Meanwhile in China, from the Yuan dynasty — which either had unclear inscriptions or, in the case of onwards paper money and silver ingots were being increasingly mumonsen, no inscription at all, particularly in the 16th used in larger monetary transactions.
It was not, however, the case that no coins were being It is from this period that much of the archaeological evidence produced at all in Japan. A demand for coins was growing in dates, including moulds for casting mumonsen found at Sakai medieval Japan as production and commercial activity were on and mumonsen coins found in northern Honshu and southern the rise and the existing supply of coins was proving Kyushu.
insufficient to cope with rising levels of economic activity. In 16th-century Sakai, for 寳 Cat. nos — example, not only were copies of Chinese coins being made, nos 97—
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