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London and Paris: 1992. First edition. Two volumes. 4to, original matching blue-gray cloth, lettered in silver; black cloth slipcase. xvii, (1), 727, (7); (5), 730-812, (2) pages; 7 full-page maps; graphs; 195 plates of coins. Fine. The original printing of this essential work. Kroh 76 (five stars).
München: In Mitteilungen der Bayerischen Numismatischen Gesellschaft XLVIII, 1930. First edition. 8vo, original printed card covers. (8), 74 pages; 7 fine plates of coins. Label residue to front cover; near fine. A highly important study of the silver coinage of Messina (Messana, also called Zankle). Rarely offered: we last sold.....
New York: 1975. Folio, original printed russet card covers. 38 fine plates of coins with descriptive text. Fine. Clain-Stefanelli 1917*. Daehn 1962. Grierson 56. Kroh 13 (four stars): ìThis collection is one of the best in the world and both the scope and scholarship of these volumes are excellent.î.
New York: 1958. Thick 4to, original embossed red cloth, gilt. xii, 712 pages; text illustrations; 50 fine plates. Fine. The important festschrift volume published to commemorate the centennial of the ANS. Includes monographs on American colonial coins, medieval coinages and, especially, ancient numismatics.
New York: ANS, 1961-62. Two volumes. Folio, original russet card covers. (5), (1); (3), (1) pages; 58 fine plates depicting 1506 coins, each with a page of facing descriptive text. Near fine. Clain-Stefanelli 1916*. Daehn 1302. Kroh 14: "an excellent and varied collection with many unusual and artistic items."
Berlin: W. Spemann, 1889. First edition. Small 8vo, as published in plain ink-stamped card covers. viii, 207, (1) pages; size scale; text figures; 8 fine plates depicting ancient Greek coins. Completely unsophisticated; unopened and untrimmed, with the plates still wrapped with a paper band. Minor marks on covers, else fine.....