Die Studies Statistics
From SILVER
Number of obversesNumber of obverse dies. ^{ᵖ} (o) | Number of singletons (o1)The number of singleton coins. ^{ᵖ} | ||
Number of reverse diesNumber of reverse dies. (r) | Number of coinsNumber of coins. (n) | ||
Coins per obverse dieNumber of coins per obverse die. (n/o) | Coins per reverse dieNumber of coins per reverse die. (n/r) | ||
Reverse per obverse ratioRatio of obverse dies divided by reverse dies. (r/o) | Percentage of singletons (o1)number of coins (n) divided by the number of singletons (o1) ^{ᵖ} | ||
Original number of dies (O) (Carter 1983 formula)The estimation of the number of coins according to Carter 1983 ^{ᵖ} | Coins struck if 20,000 as average productivity per dieCoins made if the average productivity for obverses (according to Carter) is 20,000. ^{ᵖ} | ||
Original number of dies (O) (Esty 2011 formula)The estimation of the number of coins according to the singleton formula in Esty 2011 ^{ᵖ} (O) | Survival rate if 20,000 as average productivity per dieSurvival rate if average productivity is 20,000. ^{ᵖ} | ||
Coverage (o = % of O) (Esty 1984 formula)Esty 1984 - coverage (% of O) ^{ᵖ} (o = % of O) | Die productivity if survival rate 1/2,000Average productivity if survival rate is 1/2,000. ^{ᵖ} | ||
Weight of silver (in kg) if 20,000 coins per die (O = Carter formula)Carter 1983 * Median weight * 20000 (*10 if gold or electrum) ^{ᵖ} | Die productivity if survival rate 1/5,000Average productivity if survival rate is 1/5,000. ^{ᵖ} |