Catalogo completo della collezione Dattari Numi Augg. Alexandrini, A. Savio, ed. (Trieste, 1999). I don't specialise in Alexandrian coins generally, but was wanting a copy of the catalogue to help hunt down any Flavian specimens that are plate coins. My recent Alexandrian acquisitions also fuelled my interest in obtaining a copy. Plus, I'm an attribution nerd and only cite catalogues I physically own (I never copy and paste attributions). Here are a few photos to give an idea of what all the fuss is about. I understand the 2007 second edition has additional plates discovered after this 1999 first edition was published, but I don't think it makes much difference in regards to the Flavian section. It's a frighteningly difficult catalogue to use (the handwriting and coin rubbings can be hard to decipher at times) and there are multiple errors as well. However, owning this book will encourage me to hunt down more Dattari plate coins, which can't be a bad thing! Here is a neat one I already have. Domitian Æ Diobol, 9.78g Alexandria Mint, 85-86 AD Obv: AYT KAIΣAP ΔOMITIANOΣ ΣEB ΓΕΡM; Head of Domitian, laureate, bearded, r. Rev: No legend: Apis-bull standing, r.; before altar; date LE above RPC 2511 (10 spec.). Emmett 279.5. Dattari-Savio 576 (this coin). Acquired from Praefectus Coins, April 2020. Ex Dattari Collection. I'll beat someone to the punch here. lol Show off your plate coins!