Catalogue Index                                                    
CLASS A   Geto-Dacian
Group Ia    Monetary Copies.     Transfer dies from Republican denarii
Group Iaa  Monetary Copies.     Hybrid transfer dies from Republican denarii
Group Ib    Monetary Copies.     New dies, faithful copies
Group II     Monetary Imitations.  New dies, derivative, crude and/or fanciful copies
Group III    Hybrids.

CLASS B   Pannonian
Group I      Uninscribed Series
Group II     Eraviscan
Group III   Other Pannonian

CLASS C   Other Balkan
Group I      Serbian
Group II     Bulgarian
Group III    Other

CLASS D   Anomalous
Group Ia     Light; debased silver, thin flan, and/or unusual fabric
Group Ib     Heavy; unusually large flan

CLASS E   Ancient Forgeries
Group Ia    Plated imitations in Roman style
Group Iaa  Plated Imitations in Roman Style -- Hybrids
Group Ib    Plated imitations in near-Roman style
Group II     Plated imitations in non-Roman style

Imitations of Imperial Denarii

Balkan Hoard

Transylvanian Hoard

American Collection

Romanian Hoard
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Catalogue Key
Bm   Derek Allen, Catalogue of  the Celtic Coins in the British Museum
Chitescu   Maria Chitescu, Numismatic Aspects of the History of the Dacian State
Cr   Michael Crawford, Roman Republican Coinage
Freeman   Robert Freeman, A Group of Eraviscan Denarii 
Each Class and Group is independently numbered from 1, with an identifying prefix, as follows:

CT   Dacian Transfer Copies
HT   Dacian Hybrid Transfer Copies
C      Dacian Copies
M     Dacian Imitations
H     Dacian Hybrids
U     Uninscribed Series
E     Eraviscan
OP  Other Pannonian
S     Serbian
B     Bulgarian
AL   Anomalous Light
AH   Anomalous Heavy
R     Plated Roman Style
PH   Plated Roman Style-Hybrids  
Ne   Plated Near-Roman Style
No   Plated Non-Roman Style
I       Imperial
In     Indian
*       Vagi Collection
+      American Collection

Classes and Groups not listed here are as yet unrepresented in the catalogue. The plate coins from the Celator article are included in the general catalogue as well, with appropriate numbering. This means that these 24 coins each have two numbers, but I trust that any confusion resulting from this will be minor. Initially, each numbering series is chronological, based on the date of issue of the prototype. Additional examples will be placed at the end of each sequence however, so over time, the sequences will become increasingly random. This is unfortunate, but I see no way around it.