All small octavo, mostly 12-16 pages; all illustrated with at least one plate. All as issued; minor wear. Comprising: Romano-British coins. The Coinage of Carus, Carinus and Numerian (A.D. 282-285). The Financial Collapse of the Roman Coinage in the 3rd Century A.D. Barbarous Copies of Roman Coins. The London Mint under the Romans (A.D. 296-325). The Divi. Consecration Coins of the Roman Emperors. Temples on Roman Coins. Posthumus Portraits on coins of the Roman Republic. The Coinage of Maximinus. The Gordiani. Balbinus and Pupienus (A.D. 235-238). The Coinage of Gordian III (A.D. 238-244). The Coinage of Trajan Decius (A.D. 249-251). Reading and understanding Roman Mint Marks. Extremely difficult to find. Very scarce, if not rare.