Paris: 1999. 4to, later black three-quarter morocco with blue cloth sides; spine with five raised bands, ruled and lettered in gilt; original printed card covers bound in; blue endpapers; all page edges speckled blue. (4), 260 pages; 27 plates. Fine. Item #6354
A handsomely bound copy of this important die study, from the libraries of Münzen und Medaillen and Alain Poinsignon. Daehn 5358: “An extensive die study of the silver and gold coinage of the mint of Antioch from its beginnings as a pre-Seleucid mint at Antigonea or Seleucia Pieria through the reign of Antiochus V. Extensively amends E.T. Newell’s Seleucid Mint of Antioch and his Western Seleucid Mints.”.