As of April 2017, OCRE provides links to examples present in nearly 20 American and European databases (both archaeological and museum in context), including the ANS collection , the Münzkabinett of the State Museum of Berlin , and the British Museum , now totalling over 100,000 physical specimens. Between these collections, OCRE is now able to illustrate 50% of the imperial coin types that it contains. Moving forward, as more collections join the project, it will eventually incorporate and display almost all recorded Roman Imperial coin types. Furthermore, it draws findspot information from another ANS-developed resource, Coin Hoards of the Roman Republic , enabling the mapping of the distribution of early Augustan types. Geographic data are also provided by the Portable Antiquities Scheme , Antike Fundmünzen Europa , OpenContext , and other partners. For more information on project partners, please see the contributors page .