Coins (246 Subjects)
Coins from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
1,2. Coins minted by English merchants and colonists of Fort Saint George at Madras (today Chennai), India. 3-8. Coins minted by Dutch merchants and colonists of Pulicat (today Pazhaverkadu), India.
1-4. Coins of the Sultanate of Aceh (Sumatra). 5-6 Coins of Makassar, Indonesia. 7-10. Coins of the kingdom of Cambodia.
Coins of the kingdom of Siam (Thailand).
1-4. Coins of the kingdom of Assam (today in India). 5-6. Coins of the kingdom od Arakan (today in Burma). 7-10 Coins of the kingdom of Pegu (today Bago in Burma). 11 -12. Coins of the kingdom of Assam (today in India).
Coins of China and the kingdom of Tonkin (today in Vietnam).
Coins of Japan.
Coins bearing the symbols of astrological signs. They were commissioned by emperor Shah Mugal Jahan in honour of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, and minted in the twenty-four hours that he permitted her to reign in his place.
Coins minted by Portuguese merchants and colonists of Goah, India.
Coins of the Czar of Russia.
Coins of the kingdom of Tonkin (today in Vietnam).
Larin, coin of the Arabic peninsula.
1-2: Golden coins of the Sultanate of Golkonda, India. 3-4: Coins of the kingdom of Visapur, India. 5,6. Coins of the Maharajah of Karnataka, India. 7-8. Coins of the Maharajah of Vellore, India. 9-12. Coins of the Maharajahs of Karnataka and Vellore. 13-17. Coins of the region of Coromandel at the eastern coast of India.
Coins of the kingdom of Cimmerian Bosporus (southern and eastern shores of the Sea of Azov), in the author's collection.
Coin of ancient Borysthenes or Pontic Olbia, a city in Sarmatia (historical region west of the Caspian Sea), near the mouth of Dnieper river.
Coin of ancient Athens.
Silver coins of ancient Locris (today part of Phthiotis district).
Silver coins of Macedonia and Thrace.
Antiquities of Paestum: 1. Exterior of a gate 2. Interior of a gate. 3. Plan of the Roman theatre. 4. Plan of a gate. 5.Column capital from the excavation site. 6. Ancient coins.
Coins from Leontium, Megara Hyblaea and Camarina, ancient cities near Syracuse.
Ancient coins of Lipari.
Ancient coins of Gelo and his brother Hiero, rulers of Syracuse.
Ancient coins of Dionysius the Elder, Agathocles and Pyrrhus, rulers of Syracuse.
Ancient coins of Hiero II, Queen Philistis, Theron of Acragas and Phintias of Acragas.
Roman coins from Sicily.
Ancient coins of Rethymno.
Ancient coins of Axos.
Silver coin of Axos, in the possession of the Duke of Modena.