The spade and plough of the husbandman are constantly disinterring relics of high value to the antiquary and numismatist.
The man whom I told you about yesterday—the numismatist, Hume.
The coffee-house business closed in 1814, about which time the premises were first occupied by Mr. William Till, the numismatist.
The coins, however, are assigned by at least one numismatist to a later date.
He stripped off the wrapper, and the bayonet which had killed the numismatist was revealed, blood-clotted and ugly.
These plated currencies are a terrible plague to the numismatist, as 99 specimens out of 100 have parted with their white coats.
Forty years ago I thought that I had the makings of a numismatist in me, and was for a time diligent in collecting coins.
Each drawer had a lock and a small plate which bore a letter and a number, not unlike the cabinet of a numismatist.
He was a booklover, a numismatist, and a man of many gentle virtues.
The numismatist may have observed only a bracelet with a rare coin in a heap of stolen valuables.