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Three Significant Roman Bronze Sales, Priced & Named

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money Start Price:170.00 USD Estimated At:250.00 - 250.00 USD
Three Significant Roman Bronze Sales, Priced & Named
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This item SOLD at 2016 Jan 09 @ 15:13UTC-5 : EST/CDT
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Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge. THE CARFRAE COLLECTION (SECOND AND FINAL PORTION). CATALOGUE OF THE ROMAN COINS IN GOLD, SILVER AND BRONZE, COMPRISING A REMARKABLE SERIES OF FIRST BRASS, MEDALLIONS, &C... London, 8-11 July 1901. 62 pages; 486 lots; 10 fine plates of coins. Ruled, priced and named by hand. [bound with] Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge. CATALOGUE OF THE IMPORTANT SERIES OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS ... COLLECTED BY THE LATE C.E. MACKERELL. London, 16-18 May 1906. 46 pages; 357 lots; 12 fine plates of coins. Ruled, priced and named by hand. [bound with] Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge. CATALOGUE OF THE IMPORTANT COLLECTION OF ROMAN COINS, IN GOLD, SILVER AND BRONZE, FORMED BY AN ASTRONOMER. London, 13-19 June 1906. (2), 83, (1) pages; 866 lots; 11 fine plates of coins. Ruled, priced and named by hand. Three catalogues bound in one volume. Crown 4to, contemporary green cloth, gilt. Fine. Ex Edward T. Newell, with his bookplate and his widow’s label. Three sales of Roman bronze coins, all carefully priced and named. The plates in these catalogues are exceptional, being tinted and very striking in appearance. The astronomer of the third catalogue was Frank W. McClean, father of John Robinson McClean. Clain-Stefanelli 4078 (Mackerell) and 3655 (Astonomer). Grierson 281, 298 and 295. Spring 780, 789 and 790. Ex RBW Library.