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DAMALI, ATOM

Published by Istanbul: Nilufer Damali Egitim, Kultur ve Cevre Vakfi, 2011., Istanbul: (2011)

ISBN 10: 975932797X ISBN 13: 9789759327972

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About this Item: Istanbul: Nilufer Damali Egitim, Kultur ve Cevre Vakfi, 2011., Istanbul:, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. DAMALI, ATOM History of Ottoman coins = Osmanli sikkeleri tarihi. Vol. 4. Istanbul: Nilufer Damali Egitim, Kultur ve Cevre Vakfi, 2011. 4to., 360 p., color ills. In Turkish and English. Original binding. Dust wrapper. New Oversize and very heavy volume. Please contact for postage cost. ISBN: 9789759327972 CATALOG: Numismatics & Philately KEYWORDS: Coins Numismatics Money Collection Ottoman Empire The 4th volume of the book ¿History of Ottoman Coins¿ studies in detail the coins of Sultan Mehmed III and Sultan Ahmed I. Under the influence of the military, economic and social structure, the Ottoman money system naturally moved towards a new process by the end of the 16th century. This process lasted approximately one hundred years during the 1600s and struck a heavy blow to the Ottoman financial structure. The Ottoman mines, which were unable to compete with the cheap silver ore that Europe obtained from America, began to shut down one after another. This was followed by the shutdown of mints. Thus, the coins of Mehmed III and Ahmed I, the early sultans of this period, were struck under these difficult conditions. This volume of the book, expected to be completed in 9 volumes, gives useful information on Sultan Mehmed III and Sultan Ahmed I, conveying Chronological events of their 22 years reign Major historical milestones in their reign Coins of the Sultans explained in detail The volume includes the pictures of 270 silver and gold coins of Sultan Mehmed III and 200 coins of Sultan Ahmed I. Furthermore, this section comprises also the regional history related to the 40 cities striking this epoch¿s Ottoman coins, describing the characteristics of the coins struck in those cities. The last section of the book depicts a coin inventory related to the Sultans. Seller Inventory # 43926

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ATOM DAMALI.

Published by Nilüfer Damali Egitim, Kültür ve Çevre Vakfi, Istanbul (2011)

ISBN 10: 975932797X ISBN 13: 9789759327972

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About this Item: Nilüfer Damali Egitim, Kültür ve Çevre Vakfi, Istanbul, 2011. Dust jacket. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Original bdg. Dust wrapper. 4to. (30 x 21,5 cm). In English and Turkish. 360 p. Color ills. The 4th volume of the book "History of Ottoman Coins" studies in detail the coins of Sultan Mehmed III and Sultan Ahmed I. Under the influence of the military, economic and social structure, the Ottoman money system naturally moved towards a new process by the end of the 16th century. This process lasted approximately one hundred years during the 1600s and struck a heavy blow to the Ottoman financial structure. The Ottoman mines, which were unable to compete with the cheap silver ore that Europe obtained from America, began to shut down one after another. This was followed by the shutdown of mints. Thus, the coins of Mehmed III and Ahmed I, the early sultans of this period, were struck under these difficult conditions. This volume of the book, expected to be completed in 9 volumes, gives useful information on Sultan Mehmed III and Sultan Ahmed I, conveying Chronological events of their 22 years reign Major historical milestones in their reign Coins of the Sultans explained in detail The volume includes the pictures of 270 silver and gold coins of Sultan Mehmed III and 200 coins of Sultan Ahmed I. Furthermore, this section comprises also the regional history related to the 40 cities striking this epoch's Ottoman coins, describing the characteristics of the coins struck in those cities. The last section of the book depicts a coin inventory related to the Sultans. Seller Inventory # 026059

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Damali, Atom

Published by Nilüfer Damali Egitim, Kültür ve Çevre Vakfi, Istanbul (2011)

ISBN 10: 975932797X ISBN 13: 9789759327972

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About this Item: Nilüfer Damali Egitim, Kültür ve Çevre Vakfi, Istanbul, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 4i-4vii, 1113-1436 pages, well-illustrated on glossy stock with full-color photographs of coins throughout, also containing valuable historical information about the coins, the province that issued them, and the sultans who were ruling at the time, in Turkish with English translations side-by-side, black cloth with title and decoration stamped in gilt on front board and on spine, black ribbon bookmark sewn into spine, large quarto, the fourth in the History of Ottoman Coins series. Seller Inventory # 004339

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Damali, Atom

Published by Nilüfer Damali Egitim, Kültür ve Cevre Vakfi (2011)

ISBN 10: 975932797X ISBN 13: 9789759327972

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About this Item: Nilüfer Damali Egitim, Kültür ve Cevre Vakfi, 2011. Condition: New. Editors: Translator: 360 pages. Seller Inventory # B1110187

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