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Anson's Numismata Graeca

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money Start Price:350.00 USD Estimated At:500.00 - 500.00 USD
Anson's Numismata Graeca
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This item SOLD at 2015 Jan 10 @ 12:34UTC-5 : EST/CDT
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Anson, L. NUMISMATA GRAECA: GREEK COIN TYPES, CLASSIFIED FOR IMMEDIATE IDENTIFICATION. TEXT: PARTS I-VI / SMALL NUMISMATIC DICTIONARY ... RECORD OF RECENT AUCTION PRICES / GENERAL GUIDE--INDEX / SUMMARY AND PLATES: PARTS I-VI. First edition. London, 1910-16. Thirteen parts complete, bound in three volumes. 4to, contemporary green cloth, gilt; original printed card covers bound in. viii, 138, (2); (2), viii; (6), 112, (2); (2), ix, (1); (6), 152, (2); (2), ix, (1); (6), 99, (3); viii; (4), 146; x; (4), 108, 20, 7, (1); vii, (1); xli, (1) pages; 27 + 25 + 30 + 21 + 25 + 22 fine plates depicting 3667 different coins, including illustrations of 6856 obverses and reverses. Bindings a bit worn; near fine interiors. A most useful attribution aid, arranged using the following categories: 1) Industry; 2) War; 3) Agriculture; 4) Religion; 5) Architecture; 6) Naval and Marine; 7) Science & the Arts; and 8) Miscellaneous. Rarely encountered as originally published in 13 separate card-covered volumes. Clain-Stefanelli 3406*. Daehn 559: "A comprehensive guide to identifying Greek coins." Grierson 59. Kroh 8 and 66: "This work identifies Greek coins having as their devices inanimate objects (excluding animals, gods and humans)."