PAS – Portable Antiquity Scheme, UK
The Portable Antiquities Scheme is a DCMS funded project to encourage the voluntary recording of archaeological objects found by members of the public in England and Wales. Every year many thousands of objects are discovered, many of these by metal-detector users, but also by people whilst out walking, gardening or going about their daily work.
The Celtic Coin Index, UK
A database of Ancient British coin types and find spots from Britain. Maintained by the Dr. Philip de Jersey at the Oxford Institute of Archaeology.
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK
Early Medieval Corpus of Coin Finds
Checklist of Coin Hoards from the British Isles, c.450-1180
Valuable resource for numismatic research and exploration. Ancient, Greek, Roman (including Byzantine), English hammered and Celtic (Iron Age) coins. Also shows hammer prices.
search Auctions – numismatic search. Includes realized hammer prices for free(2016).
Acsearch – search Auction for particular coins or types, upgrades to include realized hammer prices for Euro 85 per year (2016 fee)
Online Cons of the Roman Empire
American Numismatic Society (ANS)
Identifying Late Roman Bronzes
Helpful visual cross-index of types, mints, rulers. 317 to 498 AD.
Roman Provincial Coinage
Ashmolean Musum – University of Oxford
Dirty Old Coins – Rasiel Suarez
Roman Imperial database. 10,000 of the most common Roman Imperial coins.
Roman Imperial legends database Partial legend search utility for both obverses and reverses.
Byzantine database A database to help identify and attribute Byzantine coins
Tantalus Upload your own coins into a research database and share your collection with the world.
List of Roman Emperors by scarcity – Rasiel Suarez
600,000 coins at auction were considered
Campgate Coins – Momčilo Nikitović
An interesting catalog of campgates. Informative. Plus Roman Provincials and more.
Lathe Machining of Bronze Coin Flans
Central dimples in the flans of Ptolemaic and Roman Provincial bronze coins have long intrigued
numismatists. The features observed in these coins are discussed, and methods by which they may have been
created are proposed.
“Ancient Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Persian coins for collectors. Authenticity and Satisfaction Guarantee”
A good ancient coin shop with lots of very informative ancient coin material
Forum Ancient Coins
Forum Ancient Coins is such a useful resource for Ancient coins and links and help.
The Forum runs a mine of really useful information on Roman Coin Attribution http://www.romancoin.info/
There’s a good discussion board for all. Help with identification is popular. Forum have a good shop. 3000 odd coins, plus books and stuff.
Also a great member’s free Auction facility with lots to interest as a buyer. I haven’t tried selling anything yet.
American Numismatic Society
“The ANS collections database contains information on more than 600,000 objects in the Society’s collections. These include coins, paper money, tokens, ‘primitive’ money, medals and decorations, from all parts of the world, and all periods in which such objects have been produced.”
Coins and Canada
A superb resource for Canadian coins and tokens. There are discussion boards, numismatic histories, grading guides and news items.
Ancient Coins, Roman, Greek, Provincial, Byzantine, Celtic and Hammered
Popular and friendly group with plenty of expertise!