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eBook Dinars And Dirhams: Coins of the Islamic Lands. The Early Period Part One and Part Two (The Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art, VOL XIX) ePub

by Michael Bates,Elizabeth Savage

  • ISBN: 0197276172
  • Category: Science and Mathematics
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Michael Bates,Elizabeth Savage
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (March 31, 2005)
  • Pages: 432
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The Islamic coinage in the Collection is among the most outstanding in private hands, with over 15,000 .

The Islamic coinage in the Collection is among the most outstanding in private hands, with over 15,000 issues in gold, silver and copper. The coins were issued across the Islamic world, from North Africa to Central Asia and India, in the 7th to the 20th centuries. Many series are represented in larger numbers and in greater variety than in any other collection. Thus, the two-part catalogue will constitute an indispensable reference work for both scholars and students of Islamic numismatics. This volume covers the 7th–13th centuries.

The Nasser D. Khalili Collection, with it's more than 8,500 coins, ranks as one of the world's largest collections in the field of Islamic numismatics. The coins, include no less than 500 unpublished types in terms of date and mint

The Nasser D. The coins, include no less than 500 unpublished types in terms of date and mint. While these occur in the better-known categories, such as Abbasid dirhams, in some cases they represent completely new series, such as those of the emirs of 'Athbar in Arabia and the Najahid rulers of Zabid in Yemen. This volume also contains the largest group of Arab and Latin bilingual coins from North Africa.

The Islamic coinage in the Collection is among the most outstanding in private hands, with over 15,000 . This volume covers the 13th–20th centuries.

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The Early Period Part. by Michael L. Bates, Henrietta Sharp, Mark Zebrowski. Published January 1996 by Oxford University Press, USA. Coins of the Islamic Lands. The Early Period Part. Are you sure you want to remove DINARS AND DIRHAMS. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art, VOL XIX) from your list? Dinars and dirhams.

Robert E. Darley-Doran; Elisabeth Darley-Doran; Michael Bates; Elizabeth Savage; Isa Baidoun Dinars and Dirhams: Coins of the Islamic . Publisher: Khalili Collections, 2007. Darley-Doran; Elisabeth Darley-Doran; Michael Bates; Elizabeth Savage; Isa Baidoun Dinars and Dirhams: Coins of the Islamic Lands: Early Period Pt. 1 (Nasser . halili Collection of Islamic Art). ISBN 13: 9781874780823. Dinars and Dirhams: Coins of the Islamic Lands: Early Period Pt. Robert E. Darley-Doran; Elisabeth Darley-Doran; Michael Bates; Elizabeth Savage; Isa Baidoun.

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Coin Collecting Software for Windows Books for Coin Collectors Numismatic. by: Bates, Michael Savage, Elizabeth. Publisher: Oxford University Press Published:March 2003 ISBN:0197276172 Format:Hardcover Pages:432

Coin Collecting Software for Windows Books for Coin Collectors Numismatic. Windows Software for Coin Collectors. Coin Organizer Deluxe: : the easy way to organize and manage your coin collection. Stamp Organizer Deluxe: software for stamp collectors, philatelists, hobbyists, dealers, and clubs. Publisher: Oxford University Press Published:March 2003 ISBN:0197276172 Format:Hardcover Pages:432.

Volume XIX – Dinars and Dirhams. The early period, Part I. The Nour Foundation. The Art and Tradition of the Zuloagas: Spanish Damascene from the Khalili Collection. Robert Darley-Doran; Elisabeth Darley-Doran; Michael L. Volume XX – Dinars and Dirhams. The later period, Part II. David Alexander (1992). Volume XXI – The Arts of War: Arms and Armour of the 7th to 19th centuries. Nasser D. Khalili; B. W. Robinson; Tim Stanley (1996). Khalili Family Trust.

The Nasser D. Khalili Collection, with it's more than 8,500 coins, ranks as one of the world's largest collections in the field of Islamic numismatics. The coins, include no less than 500 unpublished types in terms of date and mint. While these occur in the better-known categories, such as Abbasid dirhams, in some cases they represent completely new series, such as those of the emirs of 'Athbar in Arabia and the Najahid rulers of Zabid in Yemen. This volume also contains the largest group of Arab and Latin bilingual coins from North Africa. This catalogue, which is by the two leading specialists in the subject, is the first of two volumes devoted to the Collection's numismatic holdings and covers the first Islamic coins and the early medieval period. It provides three types of information: the obverse and reverse of each coin are illustrated in color; catalogue entries provide the requisite statistical information; and the essays at the beginning of each section place the coins in their historical context. Like the other 25 volumes in the series, which will make the entire Collection available to a wider public, it combines lavish production values with academic excellence.