BL43195. "The Geneva Forgeries" by R. A. G. Carson, Numismatic Chronicle reprint series, Attic Books 1977 reprint, paperback booklet, 5.5" x 8.5", 14 pages and 2 plates;
des monnaies grècques d'Asie Mineure
des monnaies grècques d'Asie Mineure
Parte I: et Paphlagonie
Parte II: Bithynie jusqu'à
Parte III: Nicée et Nicomédie
Parte IV: Prusa, Prusias, TiusBKBRGAM.
Numi. Augg. Alexandrini, Catalogo della Collezione , 2nd edition
This 2nd edition includes the 12,500 coins from the original 1998, plus the 701 additional coins, 31 additional plates, which traced, evidently after the completion of the first inventory. The total number of coins in the collection is around 13,200.BK34209. Numi. Augg. Alexandrini, Catalogo della Collezione
Includes the following:
, M: Les tétradrachmes frappés à Lébédos
, J. P: The Fifth-Century Diskoboloi of Kos
, J. P: The Silver Coins of Samos come of Age
, C: Himera im IV. Jahrhundert v. Chr.
, A: The Seleucid mint of Seleucia on the Calycadnus
, G. K: Rhodian Plinthophoroi a Sketch
, A: The Bronze Coinage of
, P: Two Studies in the Silver Coinage of Magnesia on the Maeander
, M. J: The , 1968 Hoard ( 237)
, H. A. and J. H. Kagin: Cilicians and Neighbors in Miniature
Waggoner, N: A new wrinkle in the Hellenistic coinage of Antioch/Alabanda
, J: The Kato Klitoria Hoard
, U: Remarks on the Regal Macedonian Coinage ca. 413-359 BC
BK65572. Kraay-Morkholm Essays,
The Silver Coins of Medieval France (476-1610 AD)
Covers the fall of the Roman Empire in 476 until the accession of Louis XIII in 1610. Frisian and Dutch, Lorraine, Alsace, Savoie and Frankish currencies are also included. Large format, 587 pages, profusely illustrated throughout. BK00048. The Silver Coins of Medieval France (476-1610 AD) by James N.
The Roman Coin Yearbook 1996/97, 3 Volume Set
Each of the Roman Coin Yearbook volumes was limited to 150 copies and sold only to dealers
"..The information provided is not simply a listing of prices. Each coin is referenced by full description; RIC, , BMC and numbers and also, date of issue and rarity. Entries range from a single offering in the case of a specimen to nearly a full page of citations for more common types. Prices are listed in U.S. dollars and are accompanied by grade and pre-auction estimates. Comments with detractions or expanded information are also included, as are the of specimens sold. This information alone is quite useful. In reality, this guide is a reference in itself. Of course it is not as comprehensive as RIC, nor as handy as . It does not include photographs or line drawings of the coins, although those auctions with illustrations are annotated so that the reader can look up the in an auction catalogue. It does, however, provide a tremendous amount of information.." -- Wayne G. SaylesBK10138. Roman Coin
Roman Imperial Coinage, Vol. : The Family of , 337 - 364 A.D.
BW10015. Roman Imperial Coinage, Vol.
Coins and their cities: on the of , Rome, and
"Ancient coins illustrate more than a thousand different buildings most of which are now lost without a trace. We tend to forget that a line of foundations stones is all that remains of human effort of planning and labor which goes into the erection of an architectural monument; and it is therefore salutary to begin this study by comparing extracts from letters sent by a provincial governor to the emperor at Rome, dealing with the construction of just buildings on coins."BK11792. Coins and their cities:
Dated Coins of Antiquity
Dated Coins of Antiquity is a near catalog of dated coins struck before the lifetime of Jesus Christ. Where a coin series such as the of Tyre crosses the millennium divide, the catalog continues to its last dated coin in the common era. The catalog describes more than 900 different coins struck in gold, silver and bronze, exceeding 6,000 different dated coins, dozens of which are cited in no other catalog. It corrects the misreading of dates in earlier references and updates the dating of coins according to current research.BW00029. Dated Coins of Antiquity: A comprehensive catalogue of the coins and how their numbers came about by Edward E.
Corpus Nummorum Numidiae Mauretaniaeque
the essential primary reference for the coins of and .BK43230. Corpus Nummorum Numidiae Mauretaniaeque by Jean
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