4 edition of Dictionary of Numismatic Names found in the catalog.
Dictionary of Numismatic Names
Albert R. Frey
by Sanford J Durst
Written in English
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Numina definition, plural of numen. See more. Word of the Day. Quizzes. Word Finder & Unscrambler What do you get when you cross the Marvel Universe and a dictionary? This fantastic vocabulary quiz! Question 1 of What is a tesseract, according to the dictionary? The gods are nomina and not numina, names without being. A piedfort (UK: / p i ˈ eɪ f ɔːr t, ˈ p iː ɛ d ˌ f ɔːr t /, US: / p i ˌ eɪ ˈ f ɔːr, p i ˈ eɪ f ɔːr /; French: pied-fort or piéfort) is an unusually thick coin, often exactly twice the normal weight and thickness of other coins of the same diameter and rts are not normally circulated, and are only struck for presentation purposes by mint officials (such as.
DICTIONARY OE NUMISMATIC NAMES THEIR OFFICIAL AND POPULAR DESIGNATIONS. By. ALBERT. R. FREY. QUAERENDA PECUNIA PRIMUM. EST. HORACE, Epistles. THE AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOCIETY BROADWAY AT th STREET. NEW YORK (I, i, 53). CONTENTS A. Dictionary of Numismatic Names, their Official and Popular Designations. . A R Frey with the glossary by M Salton. compilation and reprint. ent and invaluable book, the sort of thing that when searching through it for something else one always comes across (many) an entry that makes one realise how ignorant one is! Did you know, for example, what Linsen Dukaten are? And what's a Levy; or a half shiner? Just to mention .
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OCLC Number: Description: ix,94 pages ; 26 cm: Responsibility: by Albert R. Frey ; with glossary of numismatic terms in English, French, German.
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Used on certain copper coins of the s such as the Nova Constellatio coinage, the Nova Constellatio silver patterns, the Landscape-type Vermont coppers (Ryder 2 through 8), and, in more modern times, the small-size $1 note (included as part of a pyramid design, no rays surrounding).
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[Albert R Frey; Mark M Salton]. Excerpt from A Dictionary of Numismatic Names, Their Official and Popular Designations The divisions and multiples of a standard are usually to be found under the name of the particular coin which constitutes the monetary unit; the only exceptions to this rule are where the larger or smaller denomination has so incorporated itself into numismatic history as to merit a separate Author: Albert R.
Frey. Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t56fj Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi. A Dictionary of Numismatic Names by A.R. Frey. The purport of the present book is a twofold one.
The beginner will find in it definitions of such terms as he will encounter during his perusal of numismatic works in both English and foreign languages. The advanced student and collector will have his labors facilitated by the large number of citations of authorities which have been.
United States law (Pub.87 Stat. ,15 U.S.C. et seq.) that requires a copy or replica of any numismatic item sold in the U.S. to be marked with the word COPY in capital letters and in English on the surface of the item. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
numismatics (no͞o′mĭz-măt′ĭks, -mĭs- nyo͞o′-) n. (used with a sing. verb) The study or collection of money, coins, and often medals. numis′matist (no͞o-mĭz′mə-tĭst, -mĭs′- nyo͞o-) n. numismatist (njuːˈmɪzmətɪst) or numismatologist n (Professions) a person who studies or collects coins, medals, etc numismatist.
A dictionary of numismatic names, their official and popular designations by A Frey () A guide to the principal gold and silver coins of the ancients, from circ. to A. 1 Seller Rating: % positive. Numismatics is the study or collection of currency, including coins, tokens, paper money and related numismatists are often characterised as students or collectors of coins, the discipline also includes the broader study of money and other payment media used to resolve debts and the exchange of money used by people is referred to as "Odd and.
His Dictionary of Numismatic Names contains 4, entries with heavy emphasis on coin names and denominations, When Spink reprinted this in they added a section of coin terms in five languages by Mark Salton.
It also reprinted that ANA Dictionary. I found nine numismatic glossaries currently on the internet. Frey, Dictionary of Numismatic Names (New York, ) (~ editions include a multilingual glossary prepared by Mark Salton), and R.
Doty, The Macmillan Encyclopedic Dictionary of Numismatics (New York, ). First published init was updated and ~ ed in Vol. 50 () consists of A dictionary of numismatic names, their official and popular designations, by Albert R. Frey. Title: A Dictionary of Numismatic Names: their Official and Popular Designations - Scholar's Choice Editio Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: Febru Publisher: SCHOLAR'S CHOICE Language: English.
universal historical dictionary: or, explanation of the names of persons and places in the departments of biblical, political, and ecclesiastical history, mythology, heraldry, biography, bibliography, geography, and numismatics.
Classical Dictionary Coinages of the World - Mathews Coins and Medals Their Place and History and Art - BMC Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography Vol 1 Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography Vol 2 Dictionary of Numismatic Names Electrum Coins and Their Specific Gravity Essay_on_Ancient_Coins__Medals__and_Gems - Walsh Essay_on_Medals.
This Plate was used by John N. Lupia as an illustration in his book American Numismatic Auctions, Vol. 1, page Britain - Stephen Martin Leake, NUMMI BRITANNICI HISTORIA OR AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF ENGLISH MONEY, FROM THE CONQUEST TO THE UNITING OF THE TWO KINGDOMS BY JAMES I.
AND OF GREAT-BRITAIN TO THE. The author also observes that coins have tended to have two names, one official, the other unofficial. The latter brings us into the area of cant or slang, previously a prolific source of numismatic names, but now, unhappily, far less vibrant than it once was.
The preparation of a book of this sort is a difficult undertaking. Coin names.A Dictionary of Modern Arabic, by Francis William Newman, A Dictionary of Names, Nicknames and Surnames, of Persons, Places and Things, by Edward Latham, A Dictionary of Numismatic Names, by Albert Romer Frey, The classic source for all numismatic vocabulary is F.
von Schrötter, Wörterbuch der Münzkunde (Berlin-Leipzig, ); in English there are A. R. Frey, Dictionary of Numismatic Names (New York, ) (reprint editions include a multilingual glossary prepared by Mark Salton), and R.
G. Doty, The Macmillan Encyclopedic Dictionary of.