In Celebration of Greek Coinage By Robin Eaglen

Robin Eaglen is a coin collector who turned his passion into his profession. His fantastic collection was used as his inspiration for this book, a celebration indeed! It starts with a few broad chapters about collecting and coinage, then it explains the many influences behind each of the most famous Greek coins, say, history or religion. Also, slivers of fascinating information, such as, did you know Florence Nightingale found an Owl at the Athenian Acropolis and kept it as a pet?! Don’t miss this 229 page hardback treat full of colour images which normally retails at £40, at Coincraft you only need pay half price - £19.95
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