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Bologna. Forni, undated reprint in one volume. Tall 4to, original brown cloth, gilt. xii, 471, (1) pages; 37 plates of coins. Fine. The reprint of this very important and comprehensive work on the coins of Roman Alexandria. Originals are very scarce. Clain-Stefanelli 4520* Grierson 84. Kroh 54: “The classic reference.”.
Athens: 1904. 8vo, modern tan quarter morocco with russet cloth; spine lettered in brown; original printed wraps bound in. 177-202 pages; 1 fine plate of coins. Fine. An offprint from the Journal International díArchÈologie Numismatique (Vol. VII). A little known work by Dattari on the Nomoi coinages of Roman Alexandria.....
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016. Crown 4to, original blue cloth; black spine label gilt. xxi, (1), 901, (5) pages, including 114 plates of coins. Jacket nicked in trasit, else new. A recently published volume in the hugely important MEC series, covering Piedmont, Liguria, Lombardy and the greater Veneto, c. 950-1500.
Crestline: 1997. New. 4to, original green cloth, gilt, jacket. xli, (1), 1059, (1) pages; 736 title facsimiles. New. The prior standard work by J.G. Lipsius listed 405 sixteenth century numismatic titles. Dekesel's landmark work provides extensive information on 1148 titles, categorized under six headings, each dealing with a different aspect...
Neuchátel: 1939. 8vo, later brown speckled half calf with textured decorative boards; spine ruled and decorated in gilt; red leather spine label, gilt; silk marker. 354, (2), (2) pages; frontispiece; illustrations and plates in the text; 16 plates of coins. Binding a little rubbed; near fine. Scarce. Clain-Stefanelli 11743*.
M¸nster: 1967-72. Twenty-seven consecutive illustrated coin catalogues, being Nos. 21-47. Small 8vo, all self-covered as issued. Generally fine. A significant series of fixed-price catalogues, emphasizing early modern (i.e., post-medieval) European coins and medals, with occasional earlier material. Rarely offered.