Fort Worth: June 3, 1941. 4to, later crimson quarter leather with marbled sides; spine decorated in blind with four raised bands, ruled and lettered in gilt. 287, (1) pages; 4169 lots; frontispiece portrait of Dunham; text illustrations and facsimiles; photocopy prices realized list bound in. Fine. Item #5391
A nicely bound copy of one of Mehl’s most important sales. Adams A+: “Landmark Sale. Virginia shilling. 1822 $5. Proof Kellogg $50. MS 1822 10¢. 1804 $1, 12 page write-up. Proof 1852 half cent, original. Definitive for encased postage, pattern dimes. Fine Confederate, Canadian, hard times tokens.”.