Quick one:- 'S' or 'SB'

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Topcat7, Jun 9, 2023.

  1. Topcat7

    Topcat7 Still Learning

    If the letter 'S' before a number can mean reference Sear catalogue then what does 'SB' before a number refer to, please?
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  3. sand

    sand Well-Known Member

    I think that, it probably is a reference, to a particular coin type, in the book "Byzantine Coins And Their Values" by Sear. But, I'm not 100% certain.
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  4. philologus_1

    philologus_1 Supporter! Supporter

    Sear Byzantine. (Sear, "Byzantine Coins & Their Values").
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  5. Topcat7

    Topcat7 Still Learning

    @sand You are correct. I have just had it confirmed. Thank you.
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  6. sand

    sand Well-Known Member

    You're most welcome.
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