shanxi Posted August 13, 2022 · Supporter Share Posted August 13, 2022 (edited) Lately we have seen some interesting PLATE COINS. I think the topic is interesting enough for its own thread, and maybe we will also learn something about interesting reference books So show your coins that are shown in a reference book, but also the "Digital" Plate Coins that are connected to a reference book, like RPC online. Here are four to start: RPC online The still growing Database for Roman Provincial Coins, Basis for the next printed versions . Lydia. Hierocaesaraea Commodus Bronze, Æ 31 Obv: AVT KAI Λ AVPH KOMMOΔOC, Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: ЄΠ AI APTЄMIΔOPOV APX IЄPOKAICAPЄΩN, Tetrastyle temple, with pellet in pediment and containing Artemis standing right, drawing bow; behind, stag standing right RPC IV.2, 11398 [this coin]; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -; BMC - Ex Numismatik Naumann, auction 52, Lot 1030 Ex Plankenhorn Collection Van't Haaff - Catalogue of Elymaean Coinage Published in 2007. The best reference book for coins from Elymais. Kingdom of Elymais Phraates Early-Mid 2nd Cent AD Æ Drachm Obv.: Facing Bust in Tiara with left & right Pellets in Crescent; 1 Crossbar Rev.: Eagle with spread wings ;Talons foreward Æ, 3.41 g, 15 mm Ref.: Van't Haaff Type 14.2, Subtype 1-3a THIS COIN Ex Van't Haaff Collection Temeryazev & Makarenko: The Coinage of the Roman Empresses Vol. I One of the must-haves for Empress Collectors, published 2017 Faustina II AR-Denar, Rome Obv.: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, draped bust right Rev.: AVGVSTI PII FIL, Concordia standing left, holding patera and cornucopia Ag, 3.51g, 17mm Ref.: RIC 496, RSC 21, CRE-162 [S] this coin Ex H.D. Rauch, auction 103, lot 375 SNG Stancomb The William Stancomb Collection of Coins of the Black Sea Region. Oxford University Press (2000). TAURIC CHERSONESOS. Chersonesos. Circa 300-290 BC. Syriskos, magistrate Obv: Artemis Parthenos running to left, holding bow in his left hand and spearing fallen stag; to right, countermark: dolphin to right within round incuse Rev. ΣΥRΙΣ[ΚΟΥ] Bull butting left. AE, 21 mm, 7.32 g, 6 h Ref.: SNG BM Black Sea 772. SNG Stancomb 480 (this coin). Edited August 13, 2022 by shanxi 16 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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