What is clear is that none was issued in anywhere near the same quantity as Lydian Lions. According to Karwiese, in an impressive exercise in inventory, Lydian electrum coins featuring a lion's head comprised percent of the 2,057 early electrum pieces known to him from published hoards and auction and sales catalogs, while Lydian electrum fractions featuring a lion's paw comprised percent, for a total of percent for Lydian Lion electrum coins. The next largest group of early electrum pieces were typeless precoins, at percent. Coins with a swastika pattern comprised percent. The remaining percent were spread out over the 300 or so other early electrum types.