Shanghai: 1989. Folio, original blindstamped gold cloth; black labels, gilt; jacket. 647, (1) pages; extensively illustrated, partly in color; maps. Housed, as issued, in printed cardboard slipcase; near fine. The eleventh volume of the Shanghai Museum’s encyclopedia of Chinese money, covering revolutionary paper money of the period from 1926 to 1949.
Westminster: The Gentleman’s Magazine, November 1824 issue. 8vo, removed from previous binding. 385-480 pages; illustrated. Entire issue present [review occupies pages 430-432]. Very good or better. A surprisingly substantive review, given the general nature of The Gentleman’s Magazine, of this classic work on Oriental coins. Very interesting.
London: 2004. Two volumes. 4to, original matching blue boards, gilt. 692, (4); (693)–1420 pages; 5901 listings; heavily illustrated. Fine. Also important for the eastern regions. Daehn 436: “A detailed account of early coinages, incorporating a catalogue of 5900 of the earliest coins of Greece, India, and China, and many peripheral states.”.