(London): 1986. Tall 4to, original reddish brown half morocco; spine with five raised bands, lettered in gilt. xvii, (1), 420 pages; facsimile illustrations. Fine. Special Leatherbound Library Edition. One of only 50 copies issued, signed by the authors. Landmark bibliographic reference work, indispensable to serious numismatists of all stripes.
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Ottawa: 1983 reprint. 8vo, original printed card covers. 214 pages; illustrated. Near fine. An abridged reprint published by R. Paul Nadin-Davis. It incliudes all of the coin catalogue, but omits the rarity/price information as it is obsolete and also does not include the biographic pages about Canadian collectors.
New York: Daniel R. Kennedy, Sept. 1-3, 1910. Small 8vo, contemporary red pebbled cloth, gilt; original gilt-printed card covers bound in. 92, (4) pages; 1626 lots; 42 very fine photographic plates. Hand-priced in red ink; original printed sale announcement laid in. Near fine. Adams 43. A most important plated sale...
Boston: Nov. 8, 2003. 4to, original brown half morocco, spine lettered in gilt; original pictorial card covers bound in. 142, (2) pages; 678 + 5 lots; illustrated. Signed by McCawley, Grellman, and cataloguer Tom Rinaldo on the front flyleaf, which is numbered 8 of 10 copies. Flyleaf a bit wrinkled...
Alexandria: Feb. 1968 through Jan. 1971. Twenty-seven fixed price lists. Duplicated typewritten sheets stapled in corner as issued. Some staple rust. Very good or better. [with] Zander, Randolph. MAIL BID SALES. Nos. 3-5. Alexandria, Sept. 30, 1968; Feb. 4, 1974; and Jan. 31, 1975. 8vo, original printed paper covers. Illustrated...
Amsterdam: Chez François Changuion, 1741. Tome Quinzième. 12mo, original full brown speckled calf; spine with five raised bands, decorated in gilt; two red morocco spine labels, gilt, the lower erroneously labeled “TOM XX”; all page edges red; marbled endpapers; silk marker. Title printed in red and black with engraved printer’s.....
Paris: Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres (Fondation Piot), 1925. Second Edition. 4to, later two-tone tan and ivory cloth, gilt; original matching printed wraps bound in. (4), iv, 210 plus bis pages; 28 + 15 fine plates of coins. Fine. An unusually nice copy of the best edition of this important...
Baltimore: 1952. 4to, later brown cloth, gilt. Color frontispiece; xx, 533, (1) pages; 174 plates, 5 depicting coins. Fine. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Archaeology, No. 39. Scarce.
Salt Lake City: 2016. First Edition. 8vo, original maroon leatherette hardcover, gilt. 416 pages; illustrated, partly in color. Signed by the author. New. The hardcover edition. Winner of the 2016 NLG award for Best Book on U.S. Coins from 1901-present.
Salt Lake City: 2016. First Edition. 8vo, original pictorial softcover. 416 pages; illustrated, partly in color. New. Winner of the 2017 NLG Award for Best Work on U.S. Coins, 1901-present.
Salt Lake City: 2014. First Edition. 8vo, original pictorial softcover. 239, (1) pages; illustrated in color. Bilingual. New. A comprehensive guide book to this popular Mexican issue, among the most attractive coins of the early 20th century.
Gettysburgh: The Copper Corner, 2015. Reprint with new addenda. 4to, original pictorial boards. xxii, 49, 567, (1) pages + preliminary text to the various parts; well-illustrated throughout. Fine. A new edition of Dalton & Hamerís classic work on Conder tokens, edited by Bill McKivor and with a substantial introduction and addenda/corrigenda. Clain-Stefanelli 13878*.
Salt Lake City: 2014. Translated by Roberto Del Bosque. 8vo, original brown leatherette, gilt. 239, (3) pages; well-illustrated in color. New. One of only 60 copies bound in hardcover; signed by the author.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1950. 4to, later brown hardcover, gilt. Color frontispiece; xix, (1), 463, (1) pages; 267 plates, 1 in color. Edge bump, else fine.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1931–1933. First Edition. Two volumes bound in one. 4to, later brown hardcover, gilt. Frontispiece; xii, 105, (1) pages; 62 plates. [bound with] xii, 111, (1) pages; 61 monochrome plates; 2 color plates. Fine. The second volume (Part VII) calls for a color frontispiece in the list of...
Cold Spring: Davissons, 1990. reprint. 4to, original blue hardcover, gilt. (4), xxix, (1), (6), 567, (1) pages + preliminary text to the various parts; well-illustrated throughout. Fine. An impressive reprint of this classic work.
London: British Museum, 1999. 4to, original pictorial boards. 288 pages; illustrated. Fine. An important work.
Llanfyllin: 1999. 4to, original green cloth, gilt. 264 pages; well illustrated throughout. Fine. An indispensable work on nineteenth-century British tokens, including issues made for colonies including Canada.
Pelham: Whitman, 2018. Fourth edition. 8vo, original pictorial hard covers. x, 150 pages; illustrated in color. New. An illustrated guide book, with valuations.
Atlanta: Whitman, 2009. Tenth edition. 8vo, original pictorial hardcover. x, 341, (1) pages; illustrated in color. New. Edited by Q. David Bowers. The latest edition of the standard reference.
Pelham: Whitman, 2018. Third edition. 8vo, original pictorial soft covers. xii, 500 pages; illustrated in color. New. An illustrated guide, with valuations.
Pelham: Whitman, 2017. Third edition. 8vo, original pictorial soft covers. xii, 308 pages; illustrated in color. New. An illustrated guide with valuations.
Battenberg: Gietl, 2004. 8vo, original pictorial hardcover. 544 pages; illustrated. Fine. An illustrated guide with valuations.
Lawrence: Quarterman, 1974. 8vo, original yellow cloth, gilt. 333, (1) pages; illustrated. Near fine. An important collection of articles that are otherwise difficult to obtain.
Civil War Token Society, 2007. 8vo; original printed boards. vi, 377, (1) pages; illustrated. New. The limited hardcover version.