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Numismatic Notes and Monographs

A publication of the American Numismatic Society, the Numismatic Notes and Monographs series currently (3/2016) numbers 169 volumes, with a publication range from 1920 to 2009. The series generally features book-length works on specific topics. Subject matter is varied, including ancient, foreign, and American numismatics.  Numbering is as follows:

1920 (no. 1), 1921 (2-11), 1922 (12-16), 1923 (17-21), 1924 (22-23), 1925 (24-26), 1926 (27-31), 1927 (32-34), 1928 (35-38), 1929 (39-41), 1930 (42-45), 1931 (46-50), 1932 (51-56), 1933 (57-60), 1934 (61-64), 1935 (65-71), 1936 (72-76), 1937 (77-79), 1938 (80-83), 1939 (84-87), 1940 (88-91), 1941 (92-97), 1942 (98, 100), 1943 (99, 101-102), 1944 (103-104), 1945 (105-107), 1946 (108), 1947 (109-110), 1948 (111), 1949 (112-115), 1950 (116-119), 1951 (120-122), 1952 (123-125), 1953 (126-127), 1954 (128), 1955 (129-132), 1956 (133-137), 1957 (138-140), 1958 (141), 1959 (142), 1959 (143-145), 1961 (146), 1962 (147-149), 1963 (150), 1964 (151-152), 1965 (153-155), 1967 (156-158), 1968 (159), 1970 (160), 1979 (161), 1982 (162), 1984 (32, 47), 1985 (163), 1990 (164-165), 1996 (166), 2005 (167), 2008 (168), 2009 (169).

A complete list of the series is given at http://numismatics.org/publications/history/nnmhistory.

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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 116-121 1/1/1951

    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 116-121

    Nos. 116-121 of the ANS Numismatic Notes and Monographs series, containing the following works: Aspects of the principate of Tiberius: Historical comments on the colonial coinage issued outside Spain (Michael Grant, 1950, no. 116), Gold coins of Kho?and and Bukh?r? (Charles Cutler Torrey, 1950, no. 117), Rare Islamic coins (George C. Miles, 1950, no. 118), Notes on Syrian coins (Henri Seyrig, 1950, no. 119), Early Arabic glass weights and stamps: A supplement (George C. Miles, 1951, no. 120), Fatimid coins in the collection of the University Museum, Philadelphia, and the American Numismatic Society (George C. Miles, 1951, no. 121).

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