American Journal of Numismatics 9

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Paperback, 159 pp., 7 pls.
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-267-9
ISBN-10: 0-89722-267-9
Price: $40.00

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Contents:

  • Arthur Houghton. Some Seleucid Test Pieces
  • L. A. Saryan. An Unpublished Silver Drachm Attributed to Artaxias III (A.D. 18–34) of Armenia
  • Kevin Butcher and Matthew Ponting. A Study of the Chemical Composition of Roman Silver Coinage, A.D. 196–97
  • Gerald M. Browne. The Elephant-Rider Dinaras of Kumaragupta I
  • Touraj Daryaee. The Use of Religio-Political Propaganda on the Coinage of Xusro II
  • Elizabeth M. Nuxoll. A Generation of Numismatic Cooperation: Findings on the Notes and Coins of the Confederation through the Papers of Robert Morris
  • T. V. Buttrey. False Western American Gold Bars
  • S. E. Buttrey and T. V. Buttrey. Calculating Ancient Coin Production, Again. Reviewing de Callatay, Depeyrot, and Villaronga, L’Argent monnaye d’Alexandre le grand a Augusle, and de Callatay, “Calculating Ancient Coin Production; Seeking a Balance
  • Book Reviews

American Journal of Numismatics 11

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Hardcover, 184 pp., 9 pls.
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-278-5
ISBN-10: 0-89722-278-4

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Contents:

Richard G. McAlee. The I.ivia Hoard of Pseudo-Philip Tetradrachms
James H. Schwartz. Engraved Gems in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society II: Intaglios with Eros
Robert Kool. A Fatimid Amulet-Box with European Coins from the Eleventh Century
John M. Kleeberg. From Regional to National Gold Circulation Patterns: The Evidence of the Hull, Texas (1936) Hoard
Michael Hodder. Western American Gold and Unparted Bars: Review of the Evidence
Book Reviews

American Journal of Numismatics 12

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Contents:

James A. Schell. Observations on the metrology of the precious metal coinage of Philip II of Macedon: the “Thraco-Macedonian” standard or the Corinthian standard?

Peter G. van Alfen. The “owls” from the 1973 Iraq hoard

Melih Arslan and Ayca Ozen. A hoard of unpublished bronze coins of Ptolemy Ceraunus

Catherine C. Lorber. Large Ptolemaic bronzes in third-century Egyptian hoards

Brian Kritt, Oliver D. Hoover, and Arthur Houghton. Three Seleucid notes

Michael L. Thomas. An imitative unsealed semis from northern Etruria

Martin Beckmann. The early gold coinage of Trajan’s sixth consulship

David Woods. Julian, Gallienus, and the solar bull

Stuart D. Sears. An ‘Abbsid revolution hoard from the western Jazra (al-Raqqa?)

L. A. Saryan. An unpublished silver double tram of Gosdantin I (1298–1299), king of Cilician Armenia

Warren C. Schultz and Haim Gitler. A Mamluk bronze weight in the Israel Museum, with further comments on this rare metrological species

John A. Kleeberg. Three notes on the private gold coinage of the United States

Book Reviews

American Journal of Numismatics 14

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Hardcover, 256 pp.

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Contents:

Peter G. van Alfen. The “owls” from the 1989 Syria hoard, with a review of pre-Macedonian coinage in Egypt
Peter G. van Alfen. Two unpublished hoards and other “owls” from Egypt
Martin Huth, D. T. Potts, and Oliver D. Hoover. Two Seleucid notes
Touraj Daryaee. History, epic, and numismatics: on the title of Yazdgerd I (ramsahr)
Robert Wilson Hoge. Numismatic materials recovered from the Fort Vengeance Monument site (VT-RU-216), Pittsford, Vermont
George Fuld. Early Washington medals
Aleksandar N. Brzic and Roswitha Denk. Some Modern Serbian, Montenegrin, and Yugoslav rarities in the Coin Cabinet of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

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American Journal of Numismatics 22

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Hardback, illus., ISSN 1053-8356, ISBN 0-89722-308-X/ 978-0-89722-308-9.

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Contents:

Katerina Liampi and Katerina Peristeri. Excavation coins from the Sanctuary of Dionysus in Kali Vrysi, Prefecture of Drama

E. R. Heintges. Babylonian (?) Alexander Hoard, 1996

Richard P. Miller and Oliver D. Hoover. The Sardes Mint under Seleucis I Nicator

Thomas Faucher and Catherine Lorber. Bronze Coinage of Ptolemaic Egypt in the Second Century BC

David L. Vagi. Tiberius Claudius Drusus (AD 20), Son of Claudius and Urgulanilla

Walter Scheidel. Coin Quality, Coin Quantity, and Coin Value in Early China and the Roman World

Joseph Daragan. “Old Coppers Driven out of Office.” Demonetizing non-Federal Coppers

Robert W. Hoge. Acquisitions for 2006, 2007, and 2008 in the American Numismatic Society Collection

American Journal of Numismatics 23

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Hardback, illus.,284 pp., 45 plates
ISSN 1053-8356
ISBN 10:0-89722-320-9
ISBN 13:978-0-89722-320-1.

Price: $75.00

Andrew R. Meadows, Editor
Oliver D. Hoover, Managing Editor

Contents:

Christophe Flament. A Note on the Laurium Stratigraphy and the Early Coins of Athens: The Work of D. Morin and A. Photiades and its Impact on the Study of Athenian Coinage
Emanuel Petac. From the Types of Alexander to Lysimachus: The Chronology of Some Mesembrian and Other West Pontic Staters
Arthur Houghton. New Light on Coin Production under Seleucus II in Northern Syria, Commagene, and Mesopotamia
David Hendin and Nathan Bower. Irregular Coins of Judaea, First Century BCE–First Century CE: New Insights from Comparisons of Stylistic, Physical, and Chemical Analyses
François de Callataÿ. More Than It Would Seem: The Use of Coinage by the Romans in Late Hellenistic Asia Minor (133–63 BC)
Gilles Bransbourg. Fides et Pecunia Numerata. Chartalism and Metallism in the Roman World. Part 1: The Republic
Bernhard Woytek. Die Cutters At Work: New Light on the Coinage Struck for the Syrian Koinon
Martin Beckmann. Trajan’s Gold Coinage Dated COS V, AD 103–111
Michael Fedorov. Early Medieval Chachian Coins with Lyre and Ram Horns Tamghas
Immaculada Socias Batet. The Power of Images in Antonio Augustín’s Diálo-gos de Medallas inscriciones y otras antiguidades (1587)
Robert W. Hoge. Seventeenth-Century American Coins in the Hunterian Museum
Robert L. Fagaly. Pricing Relationships of United States Type Coinage

Book Reviews

America’s Gold Coinage

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(Coinage of the Americas Conference Proceedings 6, 1990)

edited by William E. Metcalf

Hardcover, 132 pp.
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-238-9
ISBN-10: 0-89722-238-5
Price: US$15.00 (no Member discount)

This volume is a record of the Coinage of the Americas Conference (COAC) held in 1989.

Contents:

A Study of Classic Half Eagles 1834–1838 (John W. McCloskey)

U.S. Gold Bullion Coins: A Nineteenth-Century Proposal (Cory Gillilland)

Metallic Panaceas: Gold Bugs, Silver Crusaders and the Wizard of Oz (Walter H. Breen)

In Search of the Imperfect Coin: A Cautionary Tale (Charles R. Hoskins)

“An onerous and delicate task”: Franklin Peale’s Mission South 1837 (Richard G. Doty)

Collecting United States Gold Coins: A Numismatic History (Q. David Bowers)

The Politics of Coinage as Illustrated by Recent Commemorative Issues

Reflections on the Gold Coinage of the Twentieth Century

The Coinage of The Americas Conference is an annual meeting that provides a forum for exchange of knowledge on a selected theme in the numismatics of the western hemisphere.

Money of the American Colonies and Confederation

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(Numismatic Studies 20, 1992)

by Philip L. Mossman

Hardcover, 312 pp.
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-249-5
ISBN-10: 0-89722-249-0
Price: US$100.00

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Contents:

Preface
Bibliography
Chapter One: The Economic Relationship Between England and her North American
Colonies
Chapter Two: Money in Early America: Wampum, Commodities, Foreign Coins
Chapter Three: Massachusetts and Maryland Silver Coinage
Chapter Four: Colonial Paper Currency
Chapter Five: The Emergence of Copper Coinage
Chapter Six: The New Constellation
Chapter Seven: Coinage of the Confederation Period
Chapter Eight: The Coppers Panic of 1789
Chapter Nine: Toward a More Perfect Union
Appendix 1: Conversion into Various Monies of Account
Appendix 2: Summary of Overstruck Coppers
Appendix 3: Assay Calculations
Appendix 4: Weight Distribution Analyses of Confederation Coppers
Appendix 5: “A Treatise on Copper Coins”

America’s Silver Dollars

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(Coinage of the Americas Conference Proceedings 9, 1995)

edited by John M. Kleeberg

Hardcover, 127 pp.
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-257-0
ISBN-10: 0-89722-257-1
Price: US$25.00 (no Member discount)

This volume is a record of the Coinage of the Americas Conference (COAC) held in 1993.

Contents:

The Dollar $ign: Its Written and Printed Origin (Eric P. Newman)

The Early United States Silver Dollars (Jules Reiver)

1795 United States Silver Dollar with Official Plug (Kenneth Bressett)

Countermarked and Overstruck Early U.S. Dollars (Robert Stark)

The Development of the 1878 Morgan Silver Dollars (A. George Mallis)

The Silver Dollar as an Element of International Trade: A Study in Failure (John M. Kleeberg)

Appendix 1: A restricted Opinion on the Origin of the 1804 Dollar and the 1804 Eagle Proofs (Eric P. Newman)

Appendix 2: A Pair of Morgan Dollar Dies in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society (John M. Kleeberg)

The Coinage of The Americas Conference is an annual meeting that provides a forum for exchange of knowledge on a selected theme in the numismatics of the western hemisphere.

The Token: America’s Other Money

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(Coinage of the Americas Conference Proceedings 10, 1995)

edited by Richard G. Doty

Hardcover, 224 pp.
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-260-0
ISBN-10: 0-89722-260-1
Price: US$25.00 (no Member discount)

This volume contains papers drawn from the Coinage of the Americas Conference (COAC) held in 1994.

Contents:

The History and Die Varieties of the Higley Coppers (Daniel Fields)

The Theatre at New York (John M. Kleeberg)

Two Coins in One: Large Cents with Interesting Counterstamps (Q. David Bowers)

The Promotion and Suppression of Hard Times Tokens (Eric P. Newman)

Early Transportation Tokens and Tickets of New York City (George S. Cuhaj)

A. M. (M. A.) Abrahams and His Tokens (Robert D. Leonard)

U.S. Civil War Tokens (George Fuld)

John Gault and J. C. Ayer: Encased Postage Stamp Maker and his Largest Client (Wayne Homren)

Struck Copies of Early American Tokens (Julius Reiver)

An Overview of United States Tokens 1700–1900 (Russell Rulau)

The Coinage of The Americas Conference is an annual meeting that provides a forum for exchange of knowledge on a selected theme in the numismatics of the western hemisphere.