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The Hunt Collection

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money Start Price:225.00 USD Estimated At:350.00 - 350.00 USD
The Hunt Collection
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Sotheby’s. THE NELSON BUNKER HUNT COLLECTION: HIGHLY IMPORTANT GREEK AND ROMAN COINS: I-IV. New York, June 19, 1990; June 21-22, 1990; December 4, 1990; and June 19-20, 1991. Four volumes. Part I: (272) pages, 55-164 lots, all coins illustrated in monochrome at actual size, with color enlargements of both sides. Part II: (328) pages, lots 165-953, all coins illustrated in monochrome at actual size, with a number of full-page color illustrations. Part III: (256) pages, 117 lots, all coins illustrated in monochrome at actual size, accompanied by full-page color enlargements. Part IV: (400) pages, 1066 lots, most coins illustrated in monochrome at actual size, with a number of full-page color illustrations. 4to, original matching gray boards; jackets. [with] Sotheby’s. the william herbert hunt collection: highly important byzantine coins: I-II. New York, Dec. 5-6, 1990 and June 21, 1991. Part I: (350) pages, 962 lots, all coins illustrated in monochrome at actual size. Part II: (144) pages, 646 lots, all coins illustrated in monochrome at actual size. 4to, first in original gray boards, jacket; second as issued in pictorial card covers. Six volumes total. Some wrinkling to fourth sale. Generally fine or nearly so. The complete series of sales of the Hunt brothers’ Greek, Roman and Byzantine coin collections. The Hunt brothers began assembling their collections in the late 1970s, frequently buying large quantities of remarkable coins at aggressive prices. Tom Eden catalogued the Greek coins, with David Tripp cataloguing the Roman material; Simon Bendall was consulted on the Byzantine coins. The sale catalogues are expertly written and beautifully illustrated.