This collection contains two coin collections which currently reside in Special Collections & Archives.
Kilburg Coin Collection: This Collection was donated by Don F. Kilburg and contains over 915 coins, some of which are acessible online in this collection. The coins date from c. 250-400 CE and originate from the Roman Empire. The coins were catalogued and researched in May 2010 by Nate Rowland working with both the Classics Department and Special Collections and Archives.
World Coin Collection:Contains 74 digitized coins dating from the Roman Empire. While several of the coins are of Greek or Roman Republic origin, the bulk of the collection was created in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd centuries. There are also many coins from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, from European kingdoms, Latin American mints, Nepal, China, and Zanzibar. Sam Robinson provided the item level metadata for the contents of this collection.
The following works were used in the identification of the coins: The historical references to Roman coins by E.A. Sydenham and Harold Mattingly and the handbooks on ancient coin collecting by Zander Klawans and Wayne G. Sayles.
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