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Greek imperial coins and their values

the local coinages of the Roman Empire

by David R. Sear

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Published by Seaby, Distributed by Numismatic Fine Arts in London, Beverly Hills, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coins, Greek -- Catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid R. Sear.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCJ413 .S43 1982
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Paginationxxxiii, 636 p.
    Number of Pages636
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3051122M
    ISBN 100900652594
    LC Control Number82145157

      The standard reference work on these coins is Greek Imperial Coins And Their Values by David R. Sear. This work is a great bird's eye view of many Greek Imperial or otherwise known as Roman.   Roman Imperial Coins, Their Art & Technique by Breglia is also decent reading for fans of coffee table books and worth the $15 used copies bring. These and the Sutherland book I recommended higher up here often are found accessioned from libraries that discovered no one checked them out in the last ten years so the were dumped on the used book.

    Now available as an e-book via Google Play. Coins of England and the United Kingdom 53rd Editio.. £ Buy on Google. Coins of England & The United Kingdom Pre-Decimal (e-book).. Greek Imperial Coins and Their Values (downloadable PDF).. Now available as a downloadable PDF via Google Play. This catalogue is unique in providing the. Greek Imperial Coins & Their Values, David R Sear , Hard Cover, pages, many pictures, XF The Coinhouse is a company where recognised expertise and proven reliability are core values. It is your best address for gold, silver and antique coins. Subscribe Newsletter.

    Beginning date Note Green Library copy 1: Gift of Lawrence Schwimmer, Frank Kovacs, John Jencek, Richard Beleson, Mary Lannin. ISBN   Local coins of the cities like the Philip II shown above are termed either 'Greek Imperials' or 'Roman Provincials' depending on who you read. Roman Imperials are found in RIC (Roman Imperial Coinage); Roman Provincials are found in RPC (Roman Provincial Coinage); Sear called his book on the Provincials Greek Imperial Coins and their Values.


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In this catalogue I broke new ground by providing collectors with a chronological overview of the provincial coinage of the Roman Empire, produced for local circulation. This is a great book for ID-ing Indo-Greek and Baktrian coins with all their monograms and Kharosthi scripts and letters.

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