Volume 57, No. 1/2
January/February 2022 articles include:
- Santa Fe (Bogota, Columbia) 2 Escudos 1702 Assayer VA, by Herman Blanton. King Charles II of Spain died in 1700 and the Santa Fe de Nuevo Reino mint made various changes to the coin dies to transition to Philip V. The coinage transition is complicated for numismatists and is part of significant…………
- A Copper Quadrans of Claudius by Nomos AG. Exactly what the letters PNR mean on the obverse of this coin is debatable: they probably stand for Pondus Nummi Restitutum, “the weight of the coinage restored”. However………
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