New York: 1921. 16mo, original printed card covers. (4), 8, (2), (2) pages; fine frontispiece portrait of the sculptress; 22 fine plates. “Curator’s Room” marked in pencil on front cover; near fine. The only installment of the American Numismatic Society’s Numismatic Notes and Monographs: Sculpture Series. Rare; essential for a....
Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1960. Anne Merriman Peck. Hardcover. 4to, original printed gold cloth. XIX, (1), 519, (1) pages; each chapter illustrated with a woodcut illustration. New. The name origins, history, location, and elevation are given for Arizona towns and landmarks, often resulting in interesting story-telling.
London: Spink, 1981. 4to, original olive cloth with illustrated title label on front board; silk markers; decorative endpapers with numismatic designs; jacket. 397, (1) pages; 571 illustrations, including 329 color photographs on 131 plates. Wear to jacket; else fine. An outstanding work, featuring some of the best coin photography ever published.
Montreal: 1885. 8vo, original brown cloth, gilt, decorated in blind. 94 pages. Bilingual. Spine very worn; covers and a signature loose, library stamp on front flyleaf; good. Very scarce. Leroux was one of the great 19th-century Canadian numismatists. This work is primarily a numismatic dictionary, focusing on coin denominations.