Sofia: 2009. 4to, original printed card covers. 132 pages; illustrated, maps. New.
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Sofia: 2014. 4to, original printed card covers. 158 pages; illustrated, maps. New.
Amsterdam: Chez François Changuion, 1741. Tome Quinzième. 12mo, original full brown speckled calf; spine with five raised bands, decorated in gilt; two red morocco spine labels, gilt, the lower erroneously labeled “TOM XX”; all page edges red; marbled endpapers; silk marker. Title printed in red and black with engraved printer’s.....
London: Tonson, 1753. Extracted from Vol. III of Miscellaneous Works, in Verse and Prose, of the Late Right Honourable Joseph Addison, Esq; With Some Account of the Life and Writings of the Author, by Mr. Tickell. Later non-numismatic content not present. 12mo, later brown leatherette, gilt. 236 pages including 30...
Athens: 1988. 8vo, original printed card covers. vi, (2), 269, (3) pages; 48 fine plates of coins. Small corner bump; near fine. A highly important work on the bronze coinage struck under Roman authority in Corinth; in considerable demand. Kroh 39 (five stars): ìa virtual die corpus of these issues...
8vo, original blue cloth, gilt. 275, (1) pages; 38 plates. New.
8vo, original blue cloth, gilt. 292 pages; 36 plates. Fine.
New York: 1913 [published in 1914]. 4to, original printed card covers. Frontispiece; (6), 168, lx pages; 31 plates. Near fine.
New York: Johnson, 1965. Reprint. 4to, original printed card covers. (4), 127, (1) pages; 20 plates. Near fine. Includes Comparetteís Aes Signatum.
New York: ANS, 1910. 8vo, original printed card covers. (6), 46, (3) pages; 6 plates. Covers only lightly worn, else fine. An outstanding catalogue issued by the ANS describing and illustrating specimens from their own collections on display at the 1910 Exhibition. As the focus of the Exhibition was on...
London: RNS, 1996. 4to, original red boards, gilt; jacket. vii, (1), 160 pages; 69 plates. Fine. Royal Numismatic Society Special Publication No. 29. Daehn 13.
London & Crestline: 2004. New. Studies in the History of Numismatic Literature No. 2. 8vo, original green cloth, gilt, jacket. First English Edition. 248 pages; fine duotone frontispiece portrait of the author; occasional text illustrations. New. An English translation of the best comprehensive introduction to ancient numismatics and its literature...
Florence: (2011). 4to, original red pictorial boards. 192 pages. New.
New York: ANS, 2000. 4to, original red cloth, gilt. 119, (1) pages; 15 plates. Fine. Numismatic Studies, No. 22. Daehn 3570: ìA complete examination of the first century B.C. silver coins issued by the Romans in the name of the Macedonians.î.
New York: American Numismatic Society, 2012. 4to, original fine black cloth, printed and decorated in gilt; jacket. 185 pages; 36 plates; 18 die-charts (two folding). Fine. Numismatic Studies 26.
New York: ANS, 1940. First edition. 4to, original printed card covers. 116, (2) pages; 26 fine plates of coins. Very good. Numismatic Studies, No. 3. The scarce original edition, with high-quality coin plates. Clain-Stefanelli 4505*.
Atlanta: Whitman, 2008. 4to, original laminated pictorial boards; jacket. vi, 131, (7) pages; illustrated. Inscribed by author on title page. Fine.
Donaueschingen: 1887-1906. Beilage zum Programm des Grossh. Progymnasiums in Donaueschingen Nr. 562, 568, 571 & 768, 1887, 1888, 1889 & 1906. Four parts complete, bound in one volume. 4to, later brown cloth-backed boards, unlettered. (2), 18; (2), 19-32; (2), 33-42; (2), 18 pages. A few leaves dusty; generally near fine...
Cambridge and London: 1999. 4to, original red cloth, gilt; jacket. 779, (1) pages; illustrated, some in color. Fine. A useful guide to the history of this pivotal period. Not numismatic.
Atlanta: Whitman, 2007. Second edition. 4to, original laminated pictorial boards; jacket. vi, 114 pages; illustrated. Fine.
London: 1963. 8vo, original green cloth, gilt. (6), 183, (1) pages; illustrated throughout and on 29 plates, 1 of them folding. Front board with crease; else near fine. Ex Katen library, with their bookplate. Generally archaeological.
New York: ANS, 2017. 4to, original black cloth, gilt; jacket. xxii, 205, (5) pages; illustrated in color. New. Numismatic Studies No. 36. Reprints Sir Thomas Smith's "On the Wages of the Roman Footsoldier," regarded as the first original work written in England to use the evidence of ancient coins. The...
Cambridge: 1981. 4to, original violet cloth, gilt. xxix, (1), 274, (2) pages; text figures; 10 plates of coins. Near fine. Archaeological Exploration of Sardis, Monograph 7.
New York: ANS, 1933. 16mo, original printed card covers. (4), 226 pages; 190+ plates. Near fine. Numismatic Notes and Monographs No. 57.
London: 1978. Tall 8vo, original blue cloth, gilt; jacket. Frontispiece; xiii, 250 pages; maps; tables; 24 plates. Minor staining to endpapers. Near fine. An important festschrift.