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Historic Roman Coin Reference Library
Book Collection on CD

Price: $14.97     SKU: B327     Qty:

The Historical Roman Coin Reference Library is a fascinating collection of 20 fully searchable historic books and catalogs of Roman coins and medallions as well as various other coins contained in some of the greatest collections of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

This collection spans 1000's of pages and contains hundreds of illustrations in its many volumes and makes a great addition to the Roman Coin collector.

All the titles contained on this CD are listed below.

  1. A handbook of Greek and Roman coins (1899) - Hill, George Francis - 295 pages
  2. Catalogue of the Greek and Roman coins in the numismatic collection of Yale College (1880) - Edwards, Jonathan - 236 pages
  3. Guide to the Catharine Page Perkins collection of Greek and Roman coins (1902) - 111 pages
  4. Historical Roman coins from the earliest times to the reign of Augustus (1909) - Hill, George Francis - 191 paegs
  5. Catalogue of coins, Roman and English series, in the Museum of the Cambridge antiquarian society. 1847 (1847) - Cambridge Antiquarian Society - 42 pages
  6. Descriptive catalogue of a cabinet of Roman family coins belonging to the Duke of Northumberland (1856) - Smyth, W. H. (William Henry) - 323 pages
  7. The Charles Butler collections : Catalogue of the collection of coins and medals formed by the late Charles Butler, esq., comprising ancient Greek coins in gold and silver...Roman Republican and Imperial coins...English coins in gold, silver and bronze, foreign coins, etc., which will be sold by auction by messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge at their house...Monday 3rd July, 1911 (1911) - Butler, Charles - 87 pages
  8. Catalogue of the valuable cabinet of Greek, Roman and medieval foreign coins and medals of the late Thomas Thomas (1844) - Thomas, Thomas - 430 pages
  9. A descriptive catalogue of rare and unedited Roman coins: from the earliest period of the Roman coinage, to the extinction of the Empire under Constantinus Paleologos Volume 1 (1834) - Akerman, John Yonge - 506 pages
  10. A descriptive catalogue of rare and unedited Roman coins: from the earliest period of the Roman coinage, to the extinction of the Empire under Constantinus Paleologos Volume 2 (1834) - Akerman, John Yonge - 512 pages
  11. Coins of the Romans relating to Britain, described and illustrated (1844) - Akerman, John Yonge - 170 pages
  12. Catalogue of the valuable collection of Greek civic & regal coins in gold, elctrum, silver and bronze, including a few pieces of Judaea, Bactria, & the Ptolemaic dynasty of Egypt, the property of Cumberland Clark ... and another property of Greek and Roman gold coins ... which will be sold by auction by Messrs (1914) - Clark, Cumberland - 87 pages
  13. Roman medallions in the British Museum (1874) - Gruebec, Herbert A. (Herbert Appold) - 146 pages
  14. The coin collector's manual, or, Guide to the numismatic student in the formation of a cabinet of coins : comprising an historical and critical account of the origin and progress of coinage, from the earliest period to the fall of the Roman Empire; with some account of the coinages of modern Europe, more especially of Great Britain Volume 1 (1853) - Humphreys, Henry Noel - 352 pages
  15. The coin collector's manual, or, Guide to the numismatic student in the formation of a cabinet of coins : comprising an historical and critical account of the origin and progress of coinage, from the earliest period to the fall of the Roman Empire; with some account of the coinages of modern Europe, more especially of Great Britain Volume 2 (1853) - Humphreys, Henry Noel - 726 pages
  16. The medallic history of imperial Rome : from the first triumvirate, under Pompey, Crassus, and Cæsar, to the removal of the imperial seat, by Constantine the Great ; with the several medals and coins, accurately copied and curiously engraven ; to which is prefixed, an introduction containing a general history of Roman medals ; in two volumes Volume 1 (1781) - Cooke, William - 507 pages
  17. The medallic history of imperial Rome : from the first triumvirate, under Pompey, Crassus, and Cæsar, to the removal of the imperial seat, by Constantine the Great ; with the several medals and coins, accurately copied and curiously engraven ; to which is prefixed, an introduction containing a general history of Roman medals ; in two volumes Volume 1 (1781) - Cooke, William - 502 pages
  18. A guide to the principal gold and silver coins of the ancients, from circ. B. C. 700 to A. D. 1 (1909) - Head, Barclay Vincen - 128 pages
  19. Five Roman gold medallions, or, Multiple solidi of the late Empire (1921) - Brett, Agnes Baldwin - 103 pages
  20. Ancient Cambridgeshire: or, An attempt to trace Roman and other ancient roads that passed through the country of Cambridge; with a record of the places where Roman coins and other remains have been found (1883) - Babington, Charles Cardale - 116 pages

Here are the computer requirements to run and operate this CD. You must have a PC running Windows or a Macintosh running OS X or higher software and a web browser. All the manuals in this disk are in DJVU format. This format allows you to page through the manuals, enlarge pages for better viewing and print the individual pages or entire manual as well as many other things. The viewer is very intuitive to use and has a full help system to answer any questions you may have about its more advanced features. The viewer is included on the CD.

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Price: $14.97     SKU: B327     Qty:


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