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The Roman Imperial Coinage, Volumes I - X by C. H. V. Sutherland
The Roman Imperial Coinage: Volume I, Augustus to Vitellius, Reprinted by Harold Mattingly1
The Roman Imperial Coinage Volume 2: Vespian to Hadrian by Harold Mattingly2
The Roman imperial coinage by Theodore V. Buttrey2.1
The Roman Imperial Coinage, Vol. III, Antoninus Pius to Commodus by Harold Mattingly3
Roman Imperial Coinage Volume 4 by Harold Mattingly4
The Roman Imperial Coinage: Volume IV Part I Pertinax to Geta by Harold Mattingly4.1
The Roman Imperial Coinage: Volume IV Part II Macrinus to Pupienus by Harold Mattingly4.2
The Roman Imperial Coinage: Volume IV Part III Gordian III-Uranius Antoninus by Harold Mattingly4.3
The Roman Imperial Coinage. (Edited by H. Mattingly and E. A. Sydenham.). vol. 5. [Valerian I-Galerius Maximianus.] By Percy H. Webb, etc. [With plates.] 2 pt. 1927, 1933 by Percy H. Webb5
The Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. V. Part I w/ an Introduction and 12 Plates, Reprinted by Percy H. Webb5.1
The Roman Imperial Coinage Volume 5 Part 2: By Percy Webb by Percy H. Webb5.2
Roman Imperial Coinage Volume 6 by C. H. V. Sutherland6
Roman Imperial Coinage: Constantine and Licinius v. 7 by P. M. Bruun7
The Roman Imperial Coinage Vol. VIII: The Family of Constantine I (v. 8) by J. P. C. Kent8
Roman Imperial Coinage Volume IX by H. Mattingly9
The Roman Imperial Coinage Volume IX Valentinian I to Theodosius I by J.W.E. Pearce9
Roman Imperial Coinage: Volume 10 - The Divided Empire and the Fall of the Western Parts, 395-491 by J. P. C. Kent10

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