Journal American Journal of Numismatics

American Journal of Numismatics 35 (2023)

  • Pages: vi + 206 p.
  • Size:152 x 229 mm
  • Illustrations:665 b/w, 9 tables b/w.
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2024

  • ISBN: 978-0-89722-415-4
  • Hardback
  • Available


The American Journal of Numismatics Volume 35 (2023) contains seven articles on topics such as Cretan overstrikes, Sabaean imitations of Athenian “New Style” owls, a Talmudic reference to the coinage of Pescennius Niger, numismatic finds from the churchyard of San Petronio in Bologna, An Akçe of Jem Sultan, circulation of foreign gold and silver coins in the United States in 1826, and a guide and catalogue to the coinage of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.


Editorial Committee

Cretan Overstrikes: Gortyna, Phalasarna, and Polyrrhenia: Drachms Overstruck on Kyrenaika Coins
John L. Tatman
New Owls: A Die Study of Sabaean Imitations of Athenian “New Style” Owls
Anna Accettola

A Talmudic Reference to the Coinage of Pescennius Niger
Lee-Ad Gottlieb

The Numismatic Finds from the Churchyard of San Petronio in Bologna
Mattia Francesco Antonio Cantatore and Domenico Luciano Moretti

An Akçe of Jem Sultan from the Depository of the Park-Museum of Military Friendship 1444
Nevyan Mitev

Circulation of Foreign Gold and Silver Coins in the United States, 1826
Roger W. Burdette

The Coinage of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria: A Guide and Catalogue of the Circulating Coins of the Islamic State, 2016–2017
Maxwell A. Kalman