Was held at Chester
Friday 2nd April
Sunday 4th April
|4.30 p.m.||Registration and information atChester College Reception office||8-8.30 a.m.||Breakfast|
|7.30 p.m.||Civic Reception at The Town Hall hosted by His Worship The Lord Mayor of Chester.||9.00 a.m.||The Linden Homes lecture:-
' Eloye Mestrelle at Elizabeth' s Tower Mint
Dr Christopher Challis & Christopher Comber.
Saturday 3rd April
|10.00 a.m.||Coffee & Biscuits|
Over the North Bridge & on towards Leith'
|9.00 a.m.||Welcome to the 2004 Congress by Grham Dyer, OBE, President of BANS||11.30 p.m.||'
What is a British Colonial Coin?'
Capt Peter Thompson
|9.30 a.m.||The Howard Linecar Memorial Lecture:-
"The Times' , Roman Style"
Peter Clayton, FRNS
|10.30-11.00 a.m.||Coffee & Biscuits||1.30 p.m.||' Ancient Meols - History from the sands' - Dr Simon Bean, NMG Merseyside|
The Transition from Copper to Bronze Coinage in 1860'
Stephen Skellern, President of YNS
|2.45 p.m.||Closing speech by Graham Dyer OBE President of BANS|
|12.00 Noon||Lunch||3.00 p.m.||Tea, scones and dispersal|
Carian Dynastic Coinage'
Dr Keith Sugden, Keeper of Numismatics, Manchester Museum
|2.30 p.m.||Free time to explore the Roman and medieval city of Chester, including Grosvenor Museum, Heritage Centre, The Deva Experience, Roma walls and Ampitheatre, The Rows and historic Pubs.||
|7.15 p.m.||Sherry Reception followed by 2004 BANS Congress Dinner|