American Journal of Numismatics 16-17


Hardcover, 303 pp., 48 pls.
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-296-9
ISBN-10: 0-89722-296-2

Price: $60.00

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William S. Bubelis. An overstruck stater of the Cypriot kingdom of Salamis
Peter G. van Alfen. Herodotus’ “Aryandic” silver and bullion use in Persian-period Egypt
Peter G. van Alfen. A new Athenian “owl” and bullion hoard from the Near East
Paolo Visonà. Twenty-two Alexanders in Ann Arbor
Elena Stolyarik. Silver coinage of the Bosporan King Spartocus: the problem of attribution
Richard B. Witschonke and Michel Amandry. Another Fimbria cistophorus
Sophia Kremydi-Sicilianou. Multiple hoards of the second century AD from the sanctuary of Zeus Olympios at Dion (Macedonia)
Michael Fedorov. New data on monetary circulation in medieval Andūkān and Sheljī: coins from the Andizhanskoe and Kirovskoe vodokhranilishche
Eric J. Hanne. Death on the Tigris: a numismatic analysis of the decline of the Great Saljuqs
David Yoon. Counting tokens from the excavations at Psalmodi (Gard, France)
Oliver D. Hoover. A note on the typology of the St. Patrick coinage in its Restoration context
Christoph Rosenmüller. Silver merchants and assayers’ marks: the visita of 1729–1730 and the reform of the Mexican mint
Scott H. Miller. The ANS Lincoln Memorial medal: a reexamination
Pierre Atallah, Michael Kuntz, Renee Kuzava, Jennifer Ferguson, Vincent Iduma, and Mark Benvenuto. Elemental compositions of some of the Annamese coins of Emperor Thanh Thai via energy-dispersive x-ray fluorescence
Jules Janick and Judith B. Santini. Street money: distribution and analysis
Peter G. van Alfen, Elena Stolyarik, Sebastian Heath, Michael L. Bates, and Robert W. Hoge. Acquisitions for 2003 and 2004 in the American Numismatic Society Collection

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The Token: America’s Other Money


(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.


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.

Circulating Counterfeits of the Americas

(Coinage of the Americas Conference Proceedings 14, 2000)

edited by John M. Kleeberg

Hardcover, 227 pp.
ISBN-13: 978-0-89722-279-2
ISBN-10: 0-89722-279-2

Regular Price: US$35.00
Member Price: US$24.50

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This volume is a record of the Coinage of the Americas Conference (COAC) held in 1998.


Imported and Domestic Counterfeit Copper Coins in Pre-Federal America (Philip L. Mossman and Charles W. Smith)

Counterfeiting of the Bolivian Four Soles Coins of 1830 (Horace Flatt)

NLG, Circulating Counterfeit Capped Bust Half Dollars, 1807–1839 (Keith Davignon and Bradley S. Karoleff)

Counterfeit 2 Reales of the Bust Type: Charles III, Charles IV, Ferdinand VII, 1771–1821 A Survey and Die Study (John M. Kleeberg)

The Counterfeit Spanish Two Reales: Canadian Blacksmiths or North American Tokens (John P. Lorenzo)

Adding Insult to Injury: Altered Notes of the Southern Bank of Georgia (Richard G. Doty)

Nineteenth-Century Counterfeit Detection Devices (Emmett McDonald)

Appendix 1: A Counterfeit’s Arrest Proves the Circulation of Massachusetts Silver Shillings as Late as 1784 (Eric P. Newman)

Appendix 2: Flowing Hair and Draped Bust Counterfeit Half Dollars in the ANS Collection (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.