American Numismatic Society
American Numismatic Society



Published Works of Agnes Baldwin Brett

Books

1921. Five Roman gold medallions or multiple solidi of the late empire. Numismatic Notes and Monographs, no. 6. New York: The American Numismatic Society.

1923. Six Roman bronze medallions. Numismatic Notes and Monographs, no. 17. New York: The American Numismatic Society.

1926. Four medallions from the Arras hoard. Numismatic Notes and Monographs, no. 28. New York: The American Numismatic Society.

1936. Victory issues of Syracuse after 413 B.C. Numismatic Notes and Monographs, no. 75. New York: The American Numismatic Society.

1955. Catalogue of Greek coins. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts.

Articles

1901. A bronze coin of Bithynia: The Lyre, Chelys. Journal International d'Archeologie Numismatique 4: 67-76, plate 1.

1902. The gold coinage of Lampsacus. Journal International d'Archeologie Numismatique 5: 5-24, plates 1-3.

1903. The cave at Vari. V. coins. American Journal of Archaeology 7: 335-337.

1909. Facing heads on ancient Greek coins. American Journal of Numismatics 43, no. 3 (August): 113-131, plates 9-12.

1910. M. Godefroid Devreese. American Journal of Numismatics 44, no. 2 (April): 61-63.

1911. The Virginia half-pennies. The Numismatist 24, no. 8 (August): 276.

1913. Les monnaies de bronze dites incertaines du Pont ou du Royaume de Mithridate Eupator. Revue Numismatique, 4th ser., 17 : 285-313, plates 7-10.

1914. The electrum and silver coins of Chios, issued during the sixth, fifth, and fourth centuries, B.C.: A chronological study. American Journal Numismatics 48: 1-60, plates 1-7.

1915. Symbolism on Greek coins. American Journal of Numismatics 49: 89-194, plates 15-20.

1920. An unedited gold stater of Lampsakos. Zeitschrift fuer Numismatik 32: 1-14, plate 1.

1920. The double sestertius of Trajan Decius. The Numismatist 33, no. 6 (June): 277-279.

1920. A Roman gold bar from Egypt. The Numismatist 33, no. 6 (June): 279-281.

1924. Lampsakos; the gold staters, silver and bronze coinages. American Journal of Numismatics 53, pt. 3: 1-77, plates 1-10.

1927. Un tresor monetaire decouvert a Cesaree en Cappadoce. Arethuse 4: 145-172, plates 24-26.

1930. Tetradrachms of Demetrius Poliorcertes. Bulletin of the Museum of Fine Arts 28, no. 168: 71-72.

1931. Tetradrachm of Maussolus. Bulletin of the Museum of Fine Arts 29, no. 171: 11-13.

1933. The aurei and solidi of the Arras hoard. Numismatic Chronicle, 5th ser., 13: 268-348, plates 22-26.

1938. The Aphlaston, symbol of naval victory or supremacy on Greek and Roman coins. In Transactions of the International Numismatic Congress (London, June 30-July 3, 1936). Edited by J. Allan, H. Mattingly and E.S.G. Robinson, 23-32, plates 4-5. London: Bernard Quaritch.

1937. A new Cleopatra tetradrachm of Ascalon. American Journal of Archaeology 34, no. 3: 452-463, plate 9.

1943. Philip of Macedon's race horse, winner at the Olympic Games, 356 B.C. Numismatic Review 1, no. 1 (June): 5-6, plate 1.

1946. Seleucid coins of Ake-Ptolemais in Phoenicia. ANS Museum Notes 1: 17-35, plates 6-11.

1947. Dated coins of Ptolemy V, 204-180 B.C. ANS Museum Notes 2: 1-11, plates 1-2

1948. Indo-Bactrian coins acquired by the American Numismatic Society in 1947. ANS Museum Notes 3: 31-43, plate 6.

1950. The mint of Ascalon under the Seleucids. ANS Museum Notes 4: 43-54, plates 8-9.

1950. Athena Alkidemos of Pella. ANS Museum Notes 4: 55-72, plates 10-12.

1952. The Benha hoard of Ptolemaic gold coins. ANS Museum Notes 5: 1-8, plates 1-4.

Exhibition Catalogues

ed. 1911. Catalogue of the International Exhibition of Contemporary Medals. The American Numismatic Society, March, 1910. New York: The American Numismatic Society.

ed. 1923. Exhibition of Modern Sculpture at The American Numismatic Society. New York: The American Numismatic Society.

ed. 1923. Exhibition of American Sculpture Catalogue. 156th Street West of Broadway New York, April Fourteenth to August First. New York: The National Sculpture Society.

ed. 1929. Contemporary American Sculpture. The California Palace of the Legion of Honor, Lincoln Park, San Francisco, April to October. New York: The National Sculpture Society.