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The Coinage of the Atrebates and Regni
BK34224. The Coinage of the Atrebates and Regni by Simon C. Bean, Oxford, 2000, 303 pages, 15 plates, card covers; No. 4 in the series Studies in Celtic Coinage, Oxford University; $45.00 (€34.65)
Catalogue of the Celtic Coins in the British Museum, Volume III, The Bronze Coins of Gaul
This third volume of the Catalogue of Celtic Coins in the British Museum is concerned with the struck and cast ('potin') bronze coinage of Gaul. The earliest coins are likely to have been issued in the late second or early first century BC, and the latest circulation continued into the first century AD. The introduction discusses coin production, function, metrology and denominations, chronology and contexts, distribution and attribution, and provides a detailed commentary on the catalogue. Over 1,000 coins from the British Museum and other British collections are listed, and most are illustrated. No comprehensive survey of all known potin types has hitherto been published, and this extensive catalogue will therefore provide and essential point of reference for the publication of future finds.
BK43237. Catalogue of the Celtic Coins in the British Museum, Volume III, The Bronze Coins of Gaul edited by Melinda Mays, with supplementary material from other British collections, 1995, 106 pages, 38 plates, blue cloth, dust jacket; $80.00 (€61.60)
Coinage in the Iron Age: Essays in honour of Simone Scheers
Contains 28 papers in English, French and German on the coinage of Iron Age Europe. It covers all aspects of Celtic coins and contains studies covering the Danubian area, Italy, Gaul and Britain, with contributions on production and coining methods; on the early gold series as well as on the latest Gallic bronze issues still in use in the Early Roman Empire, contributions on the iconography of Gallic coins and studies on the use and circulation of these issues.
BK50707. Coinage in the Iron Age: Essays in honour of Simone Scheers edited by Johan van Heesch and Inge Heeren, hard-bound in cloth and gilt, with jacket, quarto pp. xxii, 442 pages, illustrated throughout, limited print run; $120.00 (€92.40)
Coinage in the Celtic World
Over 200 illustrations of coins at actual size and 6 maps. The ancient Celtic world reached its zenith in the second century BC when it stretched from Ireland to Galatia and from central Europe to northern Italy and parts of Spain. From the 6th century BC until the early 1st century AD the Celts were among the most important neighbours of the expanding Mediterranean states and empires; this book takes a fresh look at the complex relationship of the two worlds and provides a comprehensive historical background to Celtic coinage.
BK43228. Coinage in the Celtic World by Daphne Nash, 1st Edition, 1987 (Spink 2004 reprint), paperback, 8.5" x 5.4", 160 pages; $65.00 (€50.05)
Coin Collections and Coin Hoards From Bulgaria, Volume I
CCCHBulg - Coin Collections and Coin Hoards From Bulgaria, Volume I
by Dr. Ilya Prokopov
Two collections illustrated and described. Excellent reference for Danubian imitative Alexander tetradrachms, Dyrrhachium silver drachms, and Thasian type tetradrachms.
BK34122. Coin Collections and Coin Hoards From Bulgaria, Volume I by Ilya Prokopov, Numismatic Collection of the Historical Museum Lovech (ANC. Melta) & Numismatic Collection of the Historical Museum Razgrad (ANC. Abritus), Sofia, 2007, paperback, 104 pages, new but with bumped corners and other minor defects; $32.00 (€24.64)