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 Ancient Coin Collecting
by Wayne G. Sayles

Find out just how economical and interesting ancient coins can be. The author explains what to collect, why to select certain piece sand what to avoid. Discover these unusual and beautiful coins. 208 pages, 6 x 9, 2,250 b/w photos. 2nd Edition Hard bound.

 

     

$29.95

 

Ancient Coin Collecting II - Numismatic Art of the Greek World
by Wayne G. Sayles

Discover the artistry of the Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic periods of Greek coinage. From the history of leading collections to trade and colonization patterns, revisit find sites, witness artistic motifs and be privy to recent finds that impact the intriguing market of ancient coins. 208 pages, 6 x 9, 200 b/w photos. Hard bound.

 

  $24.95

Ancient Coin Collecting III - The Roman World-Politics and Propaganda
by Wayne G. Sayles

Follow the coinage of Rome from its 3rd Century B.C. origins to the final days of the Western Empire in this fascinating political history told through coins. Learn how and what to collect, and how to read coin legends. Includes a complete portrait gallery of Roman emperors on coins. 208 pages, 6 x 9, 200 b/w photos. Hard bound

 

$24.95

Ancient Coin Collecting IV - Roman Provincial Coins
by Wayne G. Sayles

In this fourth volume of ancient coins, Sayles profiles the coinage minted in the far-flung corners of the Roman Empire from the period of the emperor Augustus (27 B.C.) to the end of the 3rd Century A.D. Organized by major geographical regions and focusing on key cities, mythology, astrology, games, festivals, architecture and much more. 208 pages, 6 x 9, 200 b/w photos. Hard bound.

 

$24.95

 Ancient Coin Collecting V - The Romain/Byzantine Culture
by Wayne G. Sayles

This volume picks up where volumes III and IV left off, the Fall of Rome. This book will find a valued place in the libraries of collectors and historians alike. In addition, noted expert Peter Lampinen offers a special section on coins that imitate the Byzantine style. 198 pages, 6 x 9. Hard bound.

 

$24.95

Ancient Coin Collecting VI - Non-Classical Cultures
by Wayne G. Sayles

Explore 1500 years of numismatic history in this final volume from an acclaimed series. From the land of Sheba to the Court of Ghengis Khan, the past will come to life through the coins of the once-great civilizations. Richly illustrated with more than 300 photos and maps. 208 pages, 6 x 9, 300 b/w photos. Hard bound.

 

$24.95

Classical Deception

Essential guide to detecting counterfeits, forgeries and reproductions of ancient coins. Tracing the history of well known forgers, common fakes and manufacturing technicques. HardBound by Wayne Sayles 200 Pages

$24.95
 

Dictionary of Roman Coin Inscriptions
by Stewart J. Westdal

With 140 pages of inscriptions noted, this is one of the best and most valuable reference books available for the Roman coin collector. 140 pages, 6 x 9, soft cover.

 

Not Available $15.95
  Introduction to East Roman (Byzantine) Coinage
by John F. Lhotka, M.D., Ph.D.

Originally published in 1989, this is a very well written and researched work, which includes text for the beginner and for the advanced collector. Also included are many charts and graphs. 117 pages, 6 x 9, soft cover.

 

Not Available $15.95

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