H Mattingly. 1927 1st ed. HB 320 pages + 64 excellent collotype plates. 132 x 212mm
The author looks at the coinage in general life in the Republic, the Empire and the late Empire, examines the provincial and the local coinages, mints and money systems and the effects of currency reforms. In short, the works ! It is perhaps the best general survey of the roman coinage available.
No d/j. Top, bottom and edges of spine worn, corners bumped and one or two repairs, and the binding a little shaky, otherwise a clean copy internally, apart from names, etc. on ffep.
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