Legends meticulously written out by hand, alphabetically by mint, in date order within mints.A discussion of the rapid development of Islamic numismatics during the previous two decades, both in academic circles and in the collector-commercial (dealer) realm.I have written the annotations to make them easy for me to search.
I can find all references about the Golden Horde, Mamluks, Germany, Bavaria, Ireland, Yemen, etc, by searching the text for those key words.
It’s not perfect, but it offsets my inability to remember what I have.
I have recently retired as a conservation biologist and use my time to pursue my coin hobby and other interests, to play with my dogs, to keep up my home, and otherwise to relax.
I simply do not have the time to make photocopies of my rare or out-of-print books or lengthy articles, so please don’t ask me to do it.
Includes Umayyad, Abbasid, Aghlabid, Fatimid, Zirid of Qayrawan, Hafsid, and early Ottoman coinage. A nice historical overview of the relationship between China and the merchants of Sogdiana and a description of the square-holed Sogdian coins. 1172-1217 gg.x./ The Typology of Coins Struck in Ganja from 1172-1217 AH. 84-87 In: Pyatnadtsataya Vserossiiskaya Numizmaticheskaya Konferentsia, Gosudarstvennyi Istoricheskii Muzei, Moscow, 2009. The History of the Town in Light of New Numismatic Material. Coins are described with Arabic legends written out and shown in high-quality photographic plates.
The author drew from original Chinese sources that have not been treated elsewhere, and he also commented on various customs as gleaned from contemporary art. In: Trudy Mezhdunarodnykh Numizmaticheskikh Konferentsii. Monety i Denezhnoye Obrashchenie v Mongol’skikh Gosudarstvakh XIII-XV Vekov.
A description of a hoard of 281 silver coins of the late Islamic Mongol Ilkhanid dynasty, mostly from southern Iraq and southern Iran.
Includes complete descriptions of coins and much historical information.
The American Numismatic Association lends its books to members, the American Numismatic Society will photocopy short articles for members, and most libraries have an interlibrary loan service. That is how I got many of the works in my own library.