First published in 1991, Van Meter's Handbook of Roman Imperial Coins (HRIC) quickly became a cult classic among collectors. In 1999, used copies were trading in excess of $100 on eBay. This was no surprise, really..the book remains the most comprehensive, and yet easy-to-use one-volume reference on Roman Imperial Coins! With over 330 large-format pages, and 1000 illustrations, the HRIC provides the collector with both an expansive overview of the history of the coinage, and a particularly thorough catalogue of the coin types. Numerous charts, tables, and a lexicon make identifying, attributing and understanding your coins a pleasure. This book is quite simply the best value in reference literature on Roman Imperial coins!
Special Offer: Order The Handbook of Roman Imperial Coins and a coin at the same time - $10 will be automatically deducted from your order at checkout!
BKBHRIC. Handbook of Roman Imperial Coins by David Van Meter, $34.95 (€26.21)
Roman Base Metal Coins - A Price Guide
Roman Base Metal Coins - A Price Guide by Richard Plant
A slim 80-page paperback generously peppered with more than 640 line drawings depicting almost every Roman emperor who ever donned a purple toga.. - Current market values in Fine or Very Fine grades from 241BC - 498AD - Hundreds of accurate line drawings of most coin types - A list of 3rd - 6th Century Mint town markings - Historical notes of coinage changes and metal types - Values for common barbaric types - Information on Roman coin grading
BKBRBMC. Roman Base Metal Coins - A Price Guide by Richard Plant, new updated 4th Edition; $10.00 (€7.50)
SUGRING1. Gringott's Mix #1, 8 Oz Bag, use for long-term soaking and for bronze disease treatment - dissolve in hot de-mineralized or distilled water, for bronze disease treatment scrub and change solution every 24 hours, soak 72 hours plus; $9.95 (€7.46)
SURENW. Renaissance Wax, 1/2 oz, safe for coins, produce a barrier that excludes moisture and oxygen from the metal surface, apply a very small amount thinly over the surface, then lightly buff with a smooth lint-free cloth to give a sheen; this small container is enough for dozens of coins; $7.00 (€5.25)
Nic-A-Brush, 2 pack
SUS681. Nic-A-Brush, 2 pack, soft brass coin cleaning brushes, specifically designed for cleaning coins; $5.95 (€4.46)
Stainless Steel Dental Pick
SUS167. Stainless Steel Dental Pick, a very useful tool for removing hard encrustations, type may vary from the photo; $3.50 (€2.63)
SUPB. Stainless Steel Dental Pick and Nic-A-Brush, one of each, useful for cleaning coins, types may vary from the photo; $6.85 (€5.14)
SUGRINGC. Gringott's Conservator Mix, 8 Oz Bag, a stronger mix (but no lye) for removing hard dirt and clay - boil coins in solution for 3 minutes, soak for 12 hours and scrub; $9.95 (€7.46)
SUGRING2. Gringott's Mix #2, 8 Oz Bag, a gentler mix for removing hard dirt and clay - boil coins in solution for 3 minutes, soak for 12 hours and scrub; $9.95 (€7.46)
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