I do not think that I had heard of such an institution as the numismatic Society.
These coins of the past are not to be laid away in numismatic collections.
One case was devoted to a numismatic portrait-gallery of her own relations.
My son and I thus acquired an assemblage of numismatic monuments represented only by an unit.
These catalogues will be of very great importance alike for the numismatic and for the modern history of India.
An interesting view of the progress of Europe might be obtained from a philosophical study of its numismatic remains.
For over fifteen hundred years, therefore, these vases preserved their numismatic treasures.
The archæological, historical, and artistic importance of the vase is very great, and may be compared with the numismatic art.
In a period in which the literary sources are so scanty great weight attaches to the epigraphic and numismatic evidence.
This consists of four sections, the Danish, ethnographical, antique and numismatic.
1765, "pertaining to historical coins and coinage," from French numismatique (late 16c.), from Latin numismat-, stem of numisma "coin, currency," from Greek nomisma "current coin, money, usage," literally "what has been sanctioned by custom or usage," from nomizein "have in use, adopt a custom," from nomos "custom, law, usage," from PIE root *nem- "to divide, distribute, allot" (see nemesis). Related: Numismatical (1716). Earlier in the same sense was nummary (1650s), from Latin nummarius, from nummus "a coin."