Leo Anson's 1910-1916 work, Numismata graeca: Greek coin-types, classified for immediate identification, is now available from archive.org.
This book attempts to publish a catalog of all Greek coins ordered by types. This makes it a useful work for identifying coins of unknown cities, especially those lacking inscriptions. 150 plates!
The work is similar to Richard Plant's Greek Coin Types and their Identification but it uses photos rather than drawings, doesn't illustrate all types, and doesn't index animal or god types.
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