Title varies. Vol. 7 (1925), complete in 12 issues, plus fourteen additional issues ranging from 1921 to 1929, the Nachdruck for Vol. 3, two separate Inseratenteilen, and a Sonderdruck on Das deutsche Papiergeld des 19. Jahrhunderts. Also included are: a 1923 Keller Versteigerungs-Katalog, two of his Notgeld-Preislisten from 1924 and...
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Cambridge: 1953. 12mo, original black cloth, gilt; jacket. x, 163, (1) pages; 16 plates. Jacket clipped and a bit worn; else near fine.
The Granite Monthly: A New Hampshire Magazine, Vol. IX, No. 12 (December 1886). Concord: John N. McClintock, editor and publisher. Tall 8vo, original printed wraps. (4), (339)-370, (4) pages [the cited article comprises pages 339-348]. Wraps worn, with small tears; very good or so. Quite rare and a charming publication...
N.p. 2013. New. 8vo, original pictorial card covers. (30), 543, (17) pages; illustrated in color. Fine. An important new reference on worldwide replacement notes.
Gütersloh: 1993-1998. Four volumes. 8vo, matching blue lettered cloth. Fine. Encyclopedic.
New York: ANS, 2013. 4to, original black cloth, gilt; jacket. xxxii, 270, (2) pages; illustrated throughout in color. Fine.
Devon: Token Publishing, 2013. Eighth edition. 8vo, original pictorial boards. 528 pages; illustrated in color throughout. Fine. The standard guide.
Offprint from Glimpses of the Past, Vol. VIII, Nos. 7-9 (St. Louis: Missouri Historical Society, July-September 1941). 8vo, original printed paper covers. Paginated 71-98; illustrated. Near fine. An offprint of Newman's first published numismatic article.
Toronto: May 13-16, 1976. Small 8vo, original pictorial card covers. (10), 110, (4) pages; 2550 lots; 36 halftone plates. Covers spotted, else near fine. One of the most important sales of early Canadian numismatic material to be held in modern times. Copies have always been difficult to obtain.
New York: ANS, 1953. 8vo, original printed card covers. x, 224 pages; 13 plates. Near fine. Ex Empire Coin Co. Numismatic Notes and Monographs No. 127. Clain-Stefanelli 13638. Davis 917.
New York: ANS, 1955. 8vo, original printed card covers. xii, 168 pages. Near fine. Numismatic Notes and Monographs No. 132. Clain-Stefanelli 13642. Davis 918.
Ottawa: 1933. First edition. Tall 8vo, original printed card covers. xlix, 495, (1) pages. Spine sunned; near fine.
Memphis: June 20-21, 1997 and July 1, 1997. 4to, original card covers. 28 pages, continued onto rear cover; 3229 lots. Prices realized lists laid in. Near fine.
New York: March 17, 1993. 4to, original pictorial boards. 140, (4) pages; 922 lots; portrait; text illustrations throughout, including 16 full-page illustrations of paper money depicted in color. Prices realized list. New. Special Edition Hard Cover Catalogue. One of 200 copies, autographed by Harvey Stack, Larry Stack, Herman Halpern, and Martin Gengerke.
New York: June 8, 1999. 4to, original blue cloth, gilt; original printed card covers mounted on front and back. 97, (3) pages; 903 lots; illustrated throughout and on 4 color plates. Fine. [with] THE JUNE SALE. UNITED STATES COINS AND PAPER MONEY. FEATURING SELECTIONS FROM THE DR. ALFRED R. GLOBUS...
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1876. 8vo, original russet cloth, gilt. iv, 391, (1) pages; tables. Near fine. Sumner was a noted educator, economist, publicist and social scientist. Throughout his career he was a strong proponent of a sound currency system, opposing free silver, bimetallism and inflationary expedients. Written...
New York: June 5, 1917. 8vo, original printed card covers. (2), 22 pages; 529 lots. Covers reinforced with archival tape; very good. Includes nearly a dozen Bechtler pieces, including the rare quarter eagle mentioned in the title. Colonials and early coppers are represented by some nice pieces, but few worthy...
Washington: July 1, 1896. 8vo, original printed wraps. 68 pages. Near fine. Circular No. 123.
Newark: Newark Museum in cooperation with SPMC, 1976. 4to, original brown cloth and blue boards, gilt. x, 434 pages; illustrated. Spine cracked, else near fine.
Cambridge: Printed at the Riverside Press for Private Distribution, 1878. Tall 8vo, original maroon cloth over thick beveled boards, gilt; chocolate endpapers. x, 73, (3) pages. Binding heavily worn and reinforced with black tape. Good. A very scarce and important work; also the oldest bank history listed in Sullivanís bibliography...
N.p. Society of Paper Money Collectors, 2004. 4to, original russet cloth, gilt. 1041, (1) pages; illustrated. Fine. The massive, essential work. This book weighs more than the estimated 3 pounds and may incur extra international shipping charges.
Harbin: Heilongjiang People's Publishing House, 2005. Fifteen volumes, complete. Small 8vo, original matching pictorial card covers. Over 2200 pages; heavily illustrated in color. Generally fine. An encyclopedic and very well-illustrated work on Chinese paper money. Rarely available in this country.