COMPLETE SERIES OF SNG GREECE (8 VOLS.) are now available at EUR 797.50.
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Includes all published until today volumes, i.e. the two fascicles of the first volume published in Louvain (1970-1975) and the volumes 2-8 published in Athens. All copies are first editions. Separate volumes also available.
VOL. 1Α - Collection Rena H. Evelpidis: ITALIE - SICILE - THRACE
Louvain: Imprimerie Orientaliste, 1970. Brand new. In french. Cloth, folio, 29X38 cm, 31 plates; presents 1126 coins in total.
VOL. 1B - Collection Rena H. Evelpidis: MACEDOINE - THESSALIE - ILLYRIE - ÉPIRE - CORCYRA
Louvain: Institut Supérieur d'Archéologie et d'Histoire de l'Art, 1975. Brand new. In french. Cloth, folio, 29X38 cm, 23 plates; presents 919 coins in total.
VOL. 2 - THE ALPHA BANK COLLECTION - MACEDONIA I: ALEXANDER I - PERSEUS
Athens: Alpha Bank, 2000. In english. Clothbound, 22X30 cm, [144 pp.], ill.
VOL. 3 - Musée Numismatique d'Athènes: Collection A. Christomanos (Première partie: Italie - Eubée)
Athènes: Académie d'Athènes, 2004. In french. Clothbound, 29 cm, 122 pp., ill.
VOL. 4 - Numismatic Museum, Athens: The Petros Z. Saroglos Collection: Macedonia
Athens: Academy of Athens, 2005. In english. Clothbound, 29 cm, 146 pp., ill.
VOL. 5 - Numismatic Museum, Athens: The A.G. Soutzos Collection
Athens: Academy of Athens, 2007. In english. Clothbound, 29 cm, 310 pp., ill.: 60 b/w plates; 1769 ancient greek coins (incl. 5 forgeries). Indexes: I. Cities, II. Confederacies, III. Kings and Dynasts, IV. Legends, V. Countermarks.
VOL. 6 - The Alpha Bank Numismatic Collection, Athens: From Thessaly to Euboea
Athens: Academy of Athens, 2011. In english. Clothbound, 29 cm, 125 pp. (incl. 46 b/w plates with coins); 1005 coins of Central Greece, from Thessaly to Euboea regions; includes 82 issuing authorities, cities, sovereigns and confederations, which present a rich and quite interesting coinage.
VOL. 7 - The KIKPE Collection of Bronze Coins I
Athens: Academy of Athens, 2012. In english. Clothbound, 29 cm, 292 pp., b/w plates. Presents the first part of the Numismatic Collection of the Welfare Foundation for Social and Cultural Affairs (KIKPE), Athens. The collection is currently on loan to the Benaki Museum. A principal feature of this collection is the almost exclusive presence of bronze/copper coins, partly in an attempt to promote the role and the importance of bronze coinage as a medium facilitating everyday dealings. The 1,233 ancient hellenic and hellenized coins published here represent a geographical area extending from Hispania to Bactria and India, and from the Taurike Chersonesos to Mauritania. The terminus ante quem for the volume is the years 27-25 B.C.