Coins and Their Values
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The lasted for almost a thousand years after the fall of the Roman Empire in the . The period covered by this catalogue is from the reign of I (491-518) until the capture of Constantinople by the Turks in 1453. When this catalogue was first published in 1974 it was hailed as containing more information in a concise form than any other single volume on the series. This edition incorporates the research of the intervening years, new attributions and new coins that have been recognised. The later Palaeologan period has been completely revised by Simon and an Appendix has been added covering the gold of the 'Beirut' and allied schools that have caused collectors some concern. Over 2,500 coins in gold, silver and bronze are listed, valued and illustrated with more than 600 photographs, giving a virtual catalogue of the series. The Introduction discusses the types, mints, denominations, dates and inscriptions found on coins and includes seven and a table of . This is an invaluable guide to the whole of the series and is already a reference .BKBSB.
Die MŁnzen der Komnenen von Trapezunt
The history and coinage of Trebizond Emperors. The book covers Alexius I (1204-1224) to David (1458-1461).BK11427. Die MŁnzen der Komnenen von Trapezunt Otto
and Early Medieval Western European Coins in the Coin Cabinet, University of Glasgow
The Numismatic Iconography of Justinian II (685-695, 705-711 A.D.)
Justinian II was the first emperor to place the image of Christ on his regular official coinage.BK10132. The Numismatic Iconography of Justinian II (685-695, 705-711 A.D.) by
Speedy Identification of Early Denominationally Marked Bronzes
What is Speedy ID? You look at a key feature, say * M * - the book says turn to pages 28 - 31, you go there and by looking at some of the other details of the coin you are led to your coin's number in Sear's Coins and Their Values. This book is not a replacement for Sear's book; it is a tool to you find coins in that book faster, much faster!BKBSIDB. Speedy Identification of Early Denominationally Marked
The Trachea of Michael Palaeologos 1258-1282
This short study of the trachea of Michael í, the authorsí state, Ďdoes not pretend to be and there are few deductions of theories presented here, but perhaps it will lead to a further discoveries and research into this neglected but interesting period of the coinage.í This useful book provides the reader with a brief history surrounding this coinage, details on different types, mints and dating, as well as information on Imperial effigies and types. Detailed line drawings are also given to aid identification.
Catalogue of the Late Coins, Vol. I, 1082 - 1261 AD.
This new reference covers all known types from the period, including many variants published for the first time. Since these late types are invariably obscure, each is depicted with a line drawing of a composite ideal coin. With this new reference it is far easier to accurately identify these challenging types.BK40497. Catalogue of the Late Coins, Vol. I, 1082 - 1261 AD. by Valentin Marchev and Wachter, hardback, 603 pages, 686 line drawings and 190 photos, new with bent corners typical of books from Eastern Europe; $145.00 (Ä129.05)
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