American Numismatic Society
American Numismatic Society



April 2010

Smith, Richard. 2009. The coinage of Anglo-Hannoverian personal union 1714-1837 : the personal union with Great Britain – from Hannover to Hannover in five generations. Osnabrueck, Germany: Kuenker.

Serfas, Helmut. 2007. Habsburgs: Universitaten, Hochschulen und Akademien und deren Nachfolger auf Muenzen und Medaillen. Helmut Serfast.

Kleeberg, John M. and David T. Alexander. 2009. An island of civility: the centennial history of the New York Numismatic Club, 1908/09-2008/09. New York: New York Numismatic Club.

Shankman, Steven and Stephen W. Durrant. c2002. Early China/Ancient Greece: Thinking through comparisons. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Hill, John E. (translation). 2009. Through the Jade Gate to Rome: A study of the silk routes during the Later Han Dynasty 1st to 2nd centuries CE: an annotated translation of the chronicle on the ‘Western Regions’ in the Hou Hanshu. Charleston, South Carolina: BookSurge Publishing.

Alpha Bank Collection. 2009. Coins of Macedonia in the Alpha Bank Collection. Athens: Alpha Bank.

Sima, Qian (ca. 145- ca. 86 B.C.). c1994- . The grand scribe’s records, vol. 1. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Everson, Tim. 2007. The Galata guide to the farthing tokens of James I & Charles I: A history and reclassification. Llanfyllin: Galata.

Potts, Daniel T. 1990. The Arabian Gulf in antiquity. Volume 1 and Volume 2. Oxford/New York: Clarendon Press/Oxford University Press.

Istanbul Deniz Muzesi. Osmanlica Bahriye Mühür ve Damga Koleksiyonu. 2 vol. 2008. Istanbul: Deniz Basmevi.

Cuhaj, George (edited by). 2009. Standard catalog of world coins 1801-1900. 6th edition. Iola, WI: Krause Publications.

Cahill, Dr. Nicholas D. 2010. Lidyallar ve Dunyalar = The Lydians and their world. Istanbul: YKY.

Twining, James. 2006. The Double Eagle. New York: HarperTorch. (fiction)

Stewart, B.H.I.H. 2009. English Coins 1180-1551. London: Spink & Son.

Bendenoun, Michel-Max (edited by). 2009. Coins of the Ancient World: History’s Priceless Treasures. A portrait of the JDL collection. Geneva, Switzerland: Tradart Institut.

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