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Description 738 woodcuts illustrating the work A Dictionary of Roman Coins, Republican and Imperial (1889). To identify a coin please look at the filename to identify a page number, and check the Dictionary on numiswiki:
Source A Dictionary of Roman Coins, Republican and Imperial (1889)
Author s:Stevenson, Seth William (DNB00), w:Frederic Madden, w:Charles Roach Smith - editor; w:Frederick William Fairholt - chief engraver. forumancientcoins/numiswiki - digitization, web development, hosting.


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