2005 U.S. Coin Digest: A Guide to Average Retail Prices from by Joel Edler, Dave Harper

By Joel Edler, Dave Harper

Greater than 80,000 up to date costs collected via coin specialists who comprehend the marketplace, and over 1,100 tremendous illustrations, entire assurance, multi function convenient quantity! Designed as an easy-to-use U.S. coin id and value advisor, this 3rd version encompasses a spiral binding. creditors can hold the 2005 U.S. Coin Digest to numerous coin-related features and speedy entry the dear info they want. insurance comprises colonial coinage to present concerns, together with commemoratives, bullion coinage, mint and evidence units, and Hawaiian and Puerto Rican cash. an entire index makes it effortless to discover person coin listings, and extra assets clarify how cash are made and graded, what is new on the biggest coin express in the US, in addition to find out how to set up and deal with coin collections.

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Basil I (867–886) replaced it in 867 with an image of Christ enthroned (Fig. 64), and thenceforward representations of Christ are a regular feature of the coinage. Some of the types derive from well-known icons of the capital. The earliest seated Christ probably reproduced the figure in the conch of the apse above the imperial throne in the Chrysotriklinos of the Great Palace, initially set up under Justin II and restored between 856 and 866, while the bust of Christ Pantocrator (Fig. 13) had first been used in the post-Iconoclastic period to decorate the summit of the dome in Byzantine churches (Fig.

The real origins of the collection, however, came in 1948, with the purchase of the splendid coin cabinet of Hayford Peirce (1883–1946), another family friend. Peirce was not a professional scholar but a cultivated amateur, who had found coins useful in the preparation of the remarkable study, Byzantine Art, which he had published in association with another gifted amateur, Royall Tyler, in 1926. His collection, which had been put together in the 1920s and 1930s, amounted to over 4,300 coins, of which some 3,000 were Byzantine.

The full-weight nomismata were called histamena. **In the 11th century, fractions of 2/3 and 1/3 miliaresion were also struck. III. 55 g; 85% Au, (concave) eventually ca. 55 g; 6 to 2% Ag, eventually pure Cu 48 (eventually 288 to 384) Tetarteron (flat) ca. 4 g Half-tetarteron (flat) ca. ) 44 IV. The Period of the Basilicon and the Assarion Metal Denomination Gold Hyperpyron nomisma (concave) Silver Basilicon (flat) Billon Tournesion (concave) Copper Trachy (concave) Assarion (flat) Weight/Purity Exchange Ratio 60 to 50% Au 1 ca.

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