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Shumen: 2017. 8vo, original pictorial card covers. 254, (2) pages; illustrated. Bilingual (English and Bulgarian). New. A specialized study of the iconography of Byzantine empresses on coins and seals, with supplementary work on Bulgarian empresses. Provides a cultural study of the subject as well as a numismatic examination.
Pelham: Whitman, 2019. Second edition. Tall 4to, original pictorial boards. vi, 138 pages; illustrated throughout in color. Signed by the author. New. The new second edition, revising the selections and enhancing the descriptions and photography. A new section provides an explanation of silver and gold coin denominations.
West Palm Beach: 2019. 4to, original tan cloth, gilt; jacket. v, (1), 137, (1) pages; illustrated in color. New. A highly readable and very useful overview of the subject, with a nice balance of historical background and technical (die variety) discussion. Good color photography provides an improvement over earlier works.
Sweden: Uppsala University, 2018. Two volumes. 4to, matching red cloth printed in silver. 256, 12 pages; 71 high-quality halftone plates. Covers the entirety of the coinage of Akragas, including bronze coins and fractionals. Provenance information is frequently provided, and both the historical background and the catalogue itself are excellent.
Fullerton: 2018. Two volumes, complete. 4to, original black cloth, gilt; housed in original slipcase, as issued. (6), 1031, (1) pages; nearly 2000 illustrations, generally in color. New. Numismatic Literary Guild 2019 Book of the Year. A massive and groundbreaking work that will remain the standard reference on varieties of United...
Melbourne: 2018. 4to, original pictorial boards; jacket. xxii, 405, (1) pages; profusely illustrated in color throughout. New. From the publisher: This book is a project of passion written by John Gatt that has taken twelve years and included hundreds of hours spent researching and photographing the coins of the Knights...
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017. Crown 4to, original blue cloth; black spine label gilt. xxi, (1), 901, (5) pages, including 114 plates of coins. Fine. The most recently published volume in the hugely important MEC series, and one of the most important, covering the coinage of the Anglo-Saxon period in Britain and Ireland.