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SCARCE ANS PROCEEDINGS

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SCARCE ANS PROCEEDINGS
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American Numismatic and Archaeological Society. PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK, AT THE TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1883. New York, 1883. 4to, original printed wraps. 36 pages. Wraps detached and chipped; text folded and a bit chipped; good. [with] American Numismatic and Archaeological Society. PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK CITY, AT THE THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1893.... New York, 1893. 4to, original printed card covers. 43, (1) pages; text illustrations. Near fine. [with] American Numismatic and Archaeological Society. PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK CITY, AT THE THIRTY-SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETINGS ... 1893–1896. New York, 1897. 4to, original printed card covers. Fine frontispiece of the Seasons Medals; 110, (2) pages. Near fine. [with] American Numismatic and Archaeological Society. PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK CITY, AT THE FORTIETH ANNUAL MEETING, MONDAY, MARCH 21ST, 1898.... New York, 1898. 4to, original printed card covers. Fine frontispiece of the Grant Memorial medal; 63, (1) pages; text illustrations; 1 additional plate. Near fine. [with] American Numismatic and Archæological Society. PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHÆOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK CITY, AT THE FORT-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING, MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1905.... New York, 1898. 4to, original printed card covers. Fine frontispiece portrait of Archer M. Huntington; 28 pages. Damaged, with tear extending from front cover into first several leaves and the plate. Good. A nice group of the rare and important publications. The early ANS Proceedings volumes are difficult to collect and, hence, are underutilized. They contain, however, invaluable information available nowhere else. Three of these, including the combined 36th–38th Proceedings, are quite nicely preserved, in contrast to most copies seen. Belden 74. Davis 28.