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Medieval Coin and History Books

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Reading Medieval European Coins

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Coin| |Books|, |Reading| |Medieval| |European| |Coins|
An excellent and inexpensive book on understanding medieval European coin inscriptions. Chapters on abbreviations, monograms word separators, and medieval numismatic grammer. Helpful appendicies include illustrative lists of personal names, titles, and useful words found on medieval coins.
BL43185. Reading Medieval European Coins by Ralph S. Walker, 1979, 8" x 5" paperback, 44 pages, illustrated; SOLD Out of Stock!

Descripcion General de las Monedas de los Reyes Visigodos de España

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |Descripcion| |General| |de| |las| |Monedas| |de| |los| |Reyes| |Visigodos| |de| |España|
BK34217U. Descripcion General de las Monedas de los Reyes Visigodos de España by Aloiss Heiss, 1978 Paris reprint of 1872 original; in Spanish on the gold coins of the Visigoths in Spain; 6 ¾" x 9 ¾", 183 pages plus 13 plates of line drawings of coins and 9 pages of values; gilt green hardback; near fine condition; SOLD

The Coins of Anatolian Seljuqs

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |The| |Coins| |of| |Anatolian| |Seljuqs|
All the coins of Anatolian (Rum) Seljuqs arranged in 1558 types. Begins with a short regional history of the sultans and includes information on how to identify coins. This extensive catalogue presents the coin types under each sultan according to their mints, denominations, date, and legends.
BK13685. The Coins of Anatolian Seljuqs by Yilmaz Izmirlier, 2010, 510 Pages, 1558 coins, color illustrations, limited printing of 300 copies, hardcover; SOLD

Crusaders, Principality of Antioch, Late Anonymous, 1250 - 1268

|Malloy| |Crusader| |Collection|, |Crusaders,| |Principality| |of| |Antioch,| |Late| |Anonymous,| |1250| |-| |1268||pougeoise|
See Malloy Crusaders p. 197 for a discussion of the late anonymous series.

Ex John J. Slocum Collection. Mr. Slocum was in the American diplomatic service in the Holy Land where he collected rare and unique coins in the early 1960's.

Antioch existed for over 1500 years, was one of the three most important cities in the ancient world, and in the 1st century had a population of about 500,000 (not counting women and slaves). On 18 May 1268, Antioch surrendered to Baibars on the condition that the lives of the citizens would be spared. As soon as his troops were within the gates, Baibars ordered the gates shut and brutally massacred everyone in the city. Lamenting that Antioch's ruler had not been present either for the siege or the ransacking and murder, Baibars wrote a detailed letter describing exactly what had been done, concluding with the phrase, "Had you been there, you would have wished you had never been born."

Unique and historically important, this coin was minted in the last throngs of the city of Antioch as it was dying.

SH32274. Bronze pougeoise, Malloy Crusaders -, Metcalf Crusades -; cf. Malloy Crusaders 127 (late anonymous with fleur-de-lis / cross pattée), VF/Fair, weight 1.041 g, maximum diameter 17.1 mm, obverse cross pattée with Latin inscription around A X C ….X; reverse uncertain reverse struck with a very worn die; from the collection of Alex G. Malloy, former dealer for 40 years and co-author of Coins of the Crusader States; unique!; SOLD

The British Museum Catalogue of the Coins of the Vandals, Ostrogoths, and Lombards...

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |The| |British| |Museum| |Catalogue| |of| |the| |Coins| |of| |the| |Vandals,| |Ostrogoths,| |and| |Lombards...|
The catalogue is intended to supplement the two volumes of the Catalogue of Imperial Byzantine Coins in the British Museum published in 1908, and contains a description of the coins of the Vandals and Ostrogoths and of the Lombard Kingdom and Lombard Duchy of Beneventum. The coinages of the so-called empires which arose after the Latin conquest of Constantinople in 1204, namely Thessalonica, Nicaea, and Trebizond, are included in the volume, and the coins of the despots of Epirus an of the Duchy of Neopatras are also briefly noticed.
BK10073. The British Museum Catalogue of the Coins of the Vandals, Ostrogoths, And Lombards And Of The Empires Of Thessalonica, Nicaea And Trebizon, by Warwick Wroth, London, 1911, 344 pages, 43 plates, hardback, wornout spine, first page detached, USED working copy; SOLD

Corpus Nummorum Visigothorum, c. 575-714, Leovigildus - Achila

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |Corpus| |Nummorum| |Visigothorum,| |c.| |575-714,| |Leovigildus| |-| |Achila|
BK43238. Corpus Nummorum Visigothorum, Ca. 575-714, Leovigildus - Achila by Jesús Vico Monteoliva, Maria Cruz Cores Gomendio, and Gonzalo Cores Uría, 2006, hardbound. 725 pages, including in-text plates in color, charts, and bibliography, 2428 coins classified, text in English and Spanish; SOLD

The Silver Coins of Medieval France (476-1610 A.D.)

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |The| |Silver| |Coins| |of| |Medieval| |France| |(476-1610| |A.D.)|
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 Greece currencies are also included. Large format, 587 pages, profusely illustrated throughout.
BK00048. The Silver Coins of Medieval France (476-1610 AD) by James N. Roberts, 1996, 24 x 29 cm, 587 pages, 7300 illustrations, includes price guide pamphlet, out of print, only one copy available; SOLD Out of Stock!

Coins of the Crusader States

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |Coins| |of| |the| |Crusader| |States|
For the first time since the nineteenth century, this book provides a one-volume compendium of all known Crusader types, listed in an easy to use catalogue format. Incorporating the recent research of prominent scholars in the fireld of Crusader numismatics, this work covers both issues in the Levant and Crusader Grece, as well as comprehensive listings for the Lusignan Kingdom of Cyprus.
BK34134. Coins of the Crusader States, by A. G. Malloy, I. F. Preston, and A. J. Seltman, second edition (2004) edited by Allen Berman, 533 pages, 11 plates, red cloth, dust jacket, signed by Alex Malloy; SOLD Out of Stock!

Medieval Slavic Coinages in the Balkans

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |Medieval| |Slavic| |Coinages| |in| |the| |Balkans|
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BK50720. Medieval Slavic Coinages in the Balkans by Martin Dimnik and Julijan DobriniC, 252 pages, 2008, illustrated throughout with photos and line drawings, brown cloth, dust jacket; SOLD Out of Stock!

Armenian Coins and Their Values

|Greek| |Books|, |Armenian| |Coins| |and| |Their| |Values|
The primary reference on ancient and Armenian Cilicia n coins from 260 B.C. to 1375 A.D.
BK43227. Armenian Coins and Their Values by Y. T. Nercessian, Armenian Numismatic Society Special Publication No. 8, 1995, 254 pages, 48 plates; SOLD Out of Stock!


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