This is an outdated 8-bit font. It is not a Unicode font and is unsuitable for use on Internet web pages. It may be useful for internal documents or those to be exchanged with others who own the same font.
These are the glyphs required to represent archaic, classical and Hellenistic Greek numismatic legends in electronic text documents. Mirrored versions of the glyphs are available in the Numismatica retrograde font.
The second column contains the numeric value of the Greek letter, used principally for dates on coins. The next column contains the form most used on coins, followed by alternate glyphs for the same character.
The chart below is an image. To view a duplicate chart which actually uses Numismatic font, visit the Numismatica Examples page. Please send any suggestions for changes to Chris Hopkins.
Version 1.1.6, 18 Sep 2005 (changes)
Version 1.1.5, 10 Aug 2004
This page last updated 18 Jun 2019