Turkoman Figural Bronze Coins, volumes 1 and 2, which covered the Artuqids and Zengids. Unfortunately, Spengler took ill and died so volume 3, which would have described the other figural types, was not written. Therefore, those other figural types have not had Spengler and Sayles ID numbers. With this post I am announcing a new web site, "Turkoman Figural Bronze Coins, a supplement to Spengler and Sayles." http://augustuscoins.com/ed/Turkoman/Turkoman.html "The purpose of this web page is to list, illustrate, and provide ID numbers for the Turkoman figural bronze types that are not in the two standard volumes by Spengler and Sayles." Technically, the Ayyubids were of Kurdish stock and not Turkoman, but they are also included. Here is a coin of the famous Saladin. 28 mm. 12.34 grams. Sultanate of Egypt al-Nasir I Salah al-Din Yusuf (Saladin) AH 564-589, AD 1169-1193 Figure seated cross-legged, with chair back, holding orb, legend around 3-line legend, legend around Album 791.4 "S" date "586". 791.5 is similar but lighter. Balog 182, X. I corresponded with Wayne Sayles who gave his approval to the new ID system with "SSS" (Spengler and Sayles Supplement) numbers. The coin above is "SSS Ayyubid 3" or "SSS Ay 3" for the third Ayyubid type. I freely admit I am not an expert on figural bronze coins, but I had lots of help from Steve Album who is. He is one of the most prominent experts on Islamic coins in the world: https://db.stevealbum.com/php/home.php Thank you, Steve! Why did I write that page if I am not an expert? I wrote it because there is a need for a reference for the figural types not in the two volumes by Spengler and Sayles and no one else had already isolated all those types in one place. Besides, it is fun to study a subject and try to organize it for others to use and enjoy. I expect there are errors and omissions. I solicit suggestions and especially corrections. Send them to my e-mail address on that page. http://augustuscoins.com/ed/Turkoman/Turkoman.html Show us some Turkoman figural coins!