Tokyo: Kansei 5, (1793). 22.5 by 15 cm; original red-brown thick paper covers with printed title label; sewn in traditional style. 26 pages; illustrated. Title label worn. Dusty, with some yellowing. Very good. Title usually transliterated Senpan. Coole *J-395. Hayashi and Kornicki, Early Japanese Books in Cambridge University Library, No. 1916.
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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...
Montreal: Wm. Drysdale & Co., 1886. 12mo, original russet cloth, gilt. 118, (2) pages. Front joint cracked; institutional stamp on title. Very good. Quite rare. As the author states in his preface, ìThe present Essay ... attempts to place in an accessible form much information scattered over many volumes, journals...
New York: ANS, 1994. 8vo, original blue cloth printed in silver. xii, 159, (5) pages; illustrated. Fine. The proceedings of the eighth Coinage of the Americas Conference.
Bangkok: 2012. 4to, original black cloth, gilt, with medallion inset into cover; pictorial slipcase. 284 pages; illustrated in color throughout. DVD with images. Minor wear to slipcase, else fine. An exceptional work, winner of the 2013 IAPN Book Prize.
Nagpur: Indian Coin Society, 1990. 8vo, original blue cloth, gilt. 261, (1) pages; illustrated. Near fine.
Breslau und Leipzig: Bey Michael Hubert, 1731. Square 8vo, contemporary vellum; spine lettered in gilt. 134, (18) pages; a few woodcut engravings. Lacking the five woodcut plates of coins called for. Near fine. Among the ìsingularî coins described and depicted is a double-struck piece, a 1658 Cromwell crown with its...
Boucherville: 2015. 4to, original pictorial spiral-bound card covers. iv, 170 pages; illustrated with many coin enlargements. Fine.
Graz: 1978-80. Four illustrated catalogues, bound in one volume. 4to, later black quarter morocco; spine with five raised bands, ruled and lettered in gilt, with gilt ìR.V.î at base of spine; original pictorial card covers bound throughout. Estimate sheets and prices realized lists bound throughout. Fine. A very attractively bound.....
New York: 2000. Translated and edited by William L. Bischoff. 8vo, original blue cloth lettered in silver, gilt. xvii, (1), 150, (8) pages; illustrated throughout. Fine. Important.
Monaco: Éditions Gadoury, 2013. 8vo, original blue leatherette, gilt. 168 pages; well illustrated in color throughout. New. The new standard catalogue on French Indochina. Lists over 800 coins, illustrating 700.
Monte Carlo: Éditions Victor Gadoury, 2007. Deuxième edition. 8vo, original blue leatherette, gilt. 736 pages; illustrated. New.
N.p. 2003. Second printing. 4to, original maroon cloth, gilt. 213, (1) pages; illustrated, at times in color; map. Fine. The second printing, limited to 40 copies.
N.p. 1983. Reprint. 8vo, original printed card covers. Irregularly paginated. Fine. An abridged reprint of LeRoux, focusing only on those sections dealing with medals. Published by R. Paul Nadin-Davis and Doug Robins.
Everett: 2017. 4to, original pictorial card covers. (2), xiv, 358, (6) pages; illustrated in color. New. A detailed guide book to Congolese coinage.
Johannesburg: 1990. Square 4to, original padded black leatherette album, stamped in gilt and blind. (64) pages on thick stock, numerous full color coin enlargements. As new. The Leatherbound Collectorsí Edition, Volume Number 56, signed by the author and inscribed to Paul Koppenhaver.
Zürich: 24 October 2006. 4to, original pictorial boards. 84 pages; 305 lots; illustrated throughout and on 4 color plates. Fine. An important specialized catalogue.
Presses universitaires de Rouen et du Havre, 2016. 8vo, original printed card covers. 512 pages; illustrated in color. New.
Boston: Munroe & Francis, etc. (1806). 12mo, self-covered, unstitched loose signatures. (36) pages. Date on first leaf changed by hand to 1808; unstitched and loose; otherwise in remarkably fine condition. A well-preserved example of an early 19th-century American almanac, containing two pages of ìMoney Tables,î which include conversion tables for...
Cambridge: 1953. 12mo, original black cloth, gilt; jacket. x, 163, (1) pages; 16 plates. Jacket clipped and a bit worn; else near fine.
Venezia. Two catalogues: Serie III, Num. 25 (1 Gennaio 1913) and Serie IV, Num. 31 (1 Luglio 1914). 8vo, original printed wraps. 83, (1) + 101, (1) pages; 3125 + 3717 listings. Very good or better. Rare fixed-price catalogues of Roman and Italian coins.
(London): 1993. Tall 4to, original reddish brown half morocco; spine with five raised bands, lettered in gilt. xviii, (2), 449, (1) pages; facsimile illustrations. Fine. Special Leatherbound Library Edition. One of only 30 copies issued, signed by the authors. Landmark bibliographic reference works, indispensable to serious numismatists of all stripes.
London: Baldwin & Spink, 1993. 4to, russet cloth; gilt. xviii, (2), 449, (3) pages. Fine. A thorough and useful bibliography, focusing on non-numismatic periodicals. Worth the price for the index to the Gentlemanís Magazine alone.
London: Baldwin & Spink, 1986. 4to, original orange cloth, gilt. xvii, (1), 420, (2) pages. Corner bump; near fine. A thorough and useful bibliography. Volume I of the Encyclopedia of British Numismatics.
(London): 1986. Tall 4to, original orange cloth, gilt. xvii, (1), 420, (2) pages. Fine. A thorough and useful bibliography. Volume I of the Encyclopedia of British Numismatics.