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Sylloge of Islamic Coins: The Egyptian Dynasties Format: Hardcover Authors: Norman Douglas Nicol ISBN10: 1854442104 Published: 2008-01-22 Sylloge of Islamic Coins: The Egyptian Dynasties.
This volume contains nearly 1600 coins of the 9th-16th centuries from North Africa to Great Syria. The collections included in the catalogue are those of the Heberden Coin Room and the Shamma Collection.
The Sylloge of the Coins of the British Isles (SCBI) is an ongoing project to publish all major museum collections and certain important private collections of British coins. Catalogues in the series contain full details and illustrations of each and every specimen. Every Anglo-Saxon and Norman coin included in the project can be viewed on the SCBI Database, based at the Department of Coins and Medals, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
Collecting Historical Coins. Greek and Roman Coins. Catalogs and Subscriptions. Frequently Asked Questions. Volume 6. The Egyptian Dynasties. World and British Coins. Products and Services. A Guide to CNG's New Bidding Platform. 16 pages, 3 maps, 82 pates with text opposite, 1584 coins catalogued and illustrated // Volume 10. Arabia and East Africa.
Sylloge of Islamic Coins in the Ashmolean Museum. Volumes 1, 2, 6 and 10. (Oxford, 1999-2009). Volume 1. The Pre-reform Coinage of the Early Islamic Period. ix, 121 pages, 47 plates with text opposite, 742 coins catalogued and illustrated // Volume 2. Early Post-Reform Coinage. 14 pages, 4 maps, 82 plates with text opposite, 1634 coins catalogued and illustrated. / Volume 6.
Norman D. Nicol, Raafat el-Nabarawy, and Jere L. Bacharach. Preface xvii volume sylloge of the Islamic coins in the Ashmolean is being published.