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Offline Asgorath

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My books.
« on: October 25, 2009, 10:43:57 PM »
Hi.
Here's a list of my numismatist books:

."Celtic Coinage of Britain" by R.B. Van Arsdell edited Spink London 1989  585 pp
."2009 Standard Catalog of World coind 2001-Date" by Colin R. Bruce, Thomas Michael edited Krause Publications 432 pp
."The Handbook of Roman Inperial Coins" by David Van Meter edited Laurion Numismatics 1991 331pp
."Coins of England & United Kindom" 42nd Edition Standard Catalog of Bristish Coins edited Spink 2007 562pp
."Chinese Cash - Identification and Price Guide" by David Jen edited Krause Publications 2000 341pp
."Roman Silver Coins I. Republic to Augustus" edited by Spink & Son london reprinted 2004 166pp
."Roman Silver Coins II Tiberius to Conmodus" edited by Seaby 3rd edition reprinted 2004 256pp
."Roman Silver Coins III Pertinax to Balbinus & Pupienus" edited by Seaby 2nd edition 1982 160pp
."Roman Silver Coins IV Gordian III to Postumus" edited Seaby 2nd edition 1982 134pp
."Roman Silver Coins V Cariusius to Romulus Augustus" edited Seaby 1987 214pp
."Celtic Coinage in Birtain" by Philip de Jersey edited Shire Archaeology 2001 56pp
."Handbook of Ancient Greek & Roman Coins" by Zander H. Klawans edited by Whiteman Coin Products 1995 287pp
."Ancient Coin Collectiong V The Romaion/Byzantine Culture" by Wayne G. Sales edited Krause Publications 1998 196pp
."Eastern Roman Successors of the Sestertius" by Halan J. Berk 1986
."Greek Inperial Coins and the values" by David R. Sear edited Spink 1982 632pp
."Guide to Biblical Coins" by David Hendin 4th edition edited Amphora 2001  211pp
."Roman Coins and their values" by David R. Sear 4th revised edition 1988 edited by Seaby 420pp
."The Coinage of Parthia" by David Sellwood 2n edition edited by Spink & Son london 1980 330pp
."Parthian Coins & History - Ten Dragons Against Rome" by Fred Shore edited CNG books 1993 188pp
."Greek Coins and ther values - Volume 1 Europe" by David R. Sear edited Seaby 1978 316pp
."Greek Coins and ther values - Volume 2 Asia and Aflica" by David R. Sear edited Seaby 1979 754pp
."The Coinage of Parthia" by Percy Gardner edited Sandford Durst 2000 orignaly publihed in 1877 65pp
."Sasanian Numismatics" by Robert Gobl edited Standford Durst 1990 97pp
."La Tour II - Atlas de Monnaies Gauloises" by Henri De La Tour edited Editions les Chevau-Legers 2001 175pp
."British Iron Age in the British Museum" by Richard Hobbs edited British Museau Press 1996 247pp
."Coins in History Ancient Greek Coins" by G.K. Jenkins 2nd revised edition edited Seaby 1990 179pp
."Byzantine Coins and their values" by David R. Sear edited Seaby 1987 526pp
."Roman Coins and Their Values Millennium Edition Volume I" by David R. Sear edited by Seaby 2000 535pp
."Roman Coins and Their Values Millennium Edition Volume II" by David R. Sear edited by Seaby 2002 696pp
."Roman Coins and Their Values Millennium Edition Volume III" by David R. Sear edited by Seaby 2005 528pp
."Ancient Coin Collecting III-The Roman World-Politics and Propaganda" by Wayne G. Sayles edited by Krause Publications 1997 197pp
."Ancient Coin Collecting VI-Non-Classical Cultures" by Wayne G. Sayles edited by Krause Publications 1999 197pp
."Ancient Coin Collecting" by Wayne G. Sayles edited by Krause Publications 1996 197pp
."Ancient Coin Collecting IV-Roman Provincial Coins" by Wayne G. Sayles edited by Krause Publications 1998 197pp
."Ancient Coin Collecting II-Numismatic Art of the Greek World" by Wayne G. Sayles edited by Krause Publications 1997 197pp
."2010 Standard Catalog of World Coins: 2001 - Present" by Colin R. Bruce edited Krause Publications 2009 504pp



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Offline Figleaf

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Re: My books.
« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2009, 08:24:09 PM »
An impressive collection, Asgorath. My library and yours have only one book in common (the one that's not about classical coins ;)) Which book or book series do you use most or do you find most useful?

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