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Panairjdde received the following mail from CNGcoins:

Dear Mr. Falco,
Thank you for your e-mail.
You have our approval to use our coin images as long as you cite CNG as the
source as you have stated below.

Best Regards,
Mrs. Dale Tatro

Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.
PO Box 479
Lancaster PA 17608-0479  USA
Phone: 717-390-9194  Fax:  717-390-9978
Email: cng@cngcoins.com   Website: http://www.cngcoins.com

On 5/30/05 9:59 AM, "Salvatore Falco" <xxxx@xxxxxxxxxx>

> Hello,
> I am writing to you because I would like to use some of your images of Roman
> coins in wikipedia (www.wikipedia.org). The images are the following:
> http://www.wildwinds.com/coins/ric/elagabalus/_tyre_AE2
> 4_BMC_394.jpg
> http://www.wildwinds.com/coins/ric/septimius_severus/RI
> C_0011,Aureus.jpg
> http://www.wildwinds.com/coins/ric/septimius_severus/RI
> C_0002.jpg
> http://www.wildwinds.com/coins/ric/septimius_severus/RI
> C_0005.jpg
> http://www.wildwinds.com/coins/ric/septimius_severus/RI
> C_0014,Aureus.jpg
> On that website is reported that the copyright of the images is yours.
> I am allowed to put a copyright notice on the wikipedia page holding the
> image, with a reference to you and your page. If you have other requests,
> let me know.
>   Best regards,
> Salvatore Falco

This is the mail from Wildwinds:

Dear Salvatore,

      I am familiar with wikipedia, and would be pleased if you found content on
WildWinds that's ble to help it along in any way possible.  You have my permission to
re-use anything you need for that.  Some small link back to WildWinds, perhaps just
one at the end of the article, to help direct those interested in seeing more ancient
Roman coins, would be appreciated.

      Nearly all of the examples on WildWinds are re-used by permission of eBay
sellers and others.  You should get permission from them as well for anything you
use.  I can help track them down if you'd like, if you give me a list of the coins
you'd like to use.

        With my best wishes for your project,

                 - Dave Surber