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
, The Erkki Collection in the Skopbank, Helsinki, I, Karia
The Erkki Collection in the Skopbank, Helsinki, I, Karia
RichardOften called , editor. or SNG Helsinki. This volume, one of two for the Collection, is a primary reference for the coins of Karia. It is difficult to obtain but essential for dealers and specialist collectors.BKBKARIA.
VI - X: Untersuchungen Auf Dem Gerbiete Der Antiken Munzkunde
: Investigations In The of Ancient NumismaticsBK65057.
Pre-Roman and Early Roman in the of
One of the most important and sought-after volumes on early Roman that has been produced in English. With more than 17,000 objects, the of is one of the world's most comprehensive collections. Dr. , the Curator of , has provided an essential guide to in existence prior to the innovation of the blowpipe. With an introductory background, this book catalogues 919 items from all areas of the Pre-Roman and Roman world.BU50729. Pre-Roman and Early Roman
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
Coins of Ancient Thracians
Includes an introduction to the coinage of the Thraco-Macedonian Tribes V-IV Century B.C., Thracian Rulers of the V-IV Century B.C., Thracian Rulers of the III-II Century B.C., Rar Thracian Coins of the First Century B.C., Coins of Rhoemetalces I and His Heirs, etc.BW11183. Coins of Ancient Thracians by Yordanka
From Roman Britain X
Hoards in the volume include a unique group of 110 from northern Suffolk, a hoard of second-century gold from Didcot, Oxfordshire, and a late fourth-century hoard of nearly seven-and-a-half thousand coins from Bishops Cannings, Wiltshire.BK10529.
Coins of and : Essays in Honour of Charles
A collection of 22 essays on Macedonian and Roman coins compiled for the 75th birthday of subject expert Charles . The essays include:
Two hoards of minor silver by Arnold Spaer
Lions and lionesses, eagles and a few heads: a new uncertain mint in by Silvia Hurter
The coins in the name of Sura by Francois de
Selinus and the by Michael
The Mars/eagle and thunderbolt gold and Ptolemaic involvement in the Second Punic War by A.R.
More evidence for the early by Richard Schaefer
Some late 'early' Republican quinarii by Richard
Unpublished Roman Republican bronze coins by R.
Roman Republican coinage c.150-90 BC by H.B.
The coinage of the by Andrew
Coinage, credit and the in the 80s BC by J.H.C.
The coinage of again by Michel
A group of Eraviscan by D.
Roman Republican coins in the Manchester Museum by Keith Sugden
Overstrikes and imitative coinages in central Italy in the late Republic by C. BW10030. Coins of
, Greek Hoards
This, the ninth volume of , is again dedicated solely to hoards of . It includes hoards from all areas around the Mediterranean from the sixth century B.C. to the second century A.D. , together with the previous volumes in the series, thus forms an essential supplement to the inventory of Greek , published in 1973 by , Morkholm and .BK10505.
Coins from : The University of Michigan Excavations 1924-1935
Coins from : The University of Michigan Exacavations 1924-1935.
The University of Michigan excavations of the Graeco-Roman period Egyptian site of yielded one of the largest group of Roman coins to come from a controlled excavation. This book contains a catalogue of over 1700 entries covering over 26,000 coins from Ptolemy II to Heraclius, with the great majority coming from the 1st-5th centuries A.D., ranging from low-denomination bronze coins to gold aureii. The catalogue is prefaced by general discussion and an analysis of the major from the Michigan excavations. BK34123. Coins from
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