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Summer 2019 Literature Auction, Lot: 135. Estimate $150.
Sold for $95. This amount does not include the buyer’s fee.

[Various Authors]. A group of eight reference works relating to Roman bronze coins. Includes:

Caley, E. R. Orichalcum and Related Ancient Alloys. Numismatic Notes and Monographs No. 151. (New York, 1964).

Failmezger, V. Roman Bronze Coins. From Paganism to Christianity 294-364 A.D. (Washington D.C., 2002).

Giard, J.-B. Monnaies de l’Empire romain. III. Du soulèvement de 68 après J.-C. à Nerva. (Paris/Strasbourg, 1998).

Grant, M. The Six Main ‘Aes’ Coinages of Augustus. (Edinburgh, 1953).

Hill, P. V., Kent, J. P. C. & Carson, R. A. G. Late Roman Bronze Coinage A.D. 324-498. (London, 1960. Reprinted with additions and corrections, 1978).

Martini, R. Monete romane imperiali contromarcate di bronzo dall’area delle province della Moesia e della Thracia di I secolo D.C. (Mailand, 2003).

Staal, M. A. The Three Graces and Their Numismatic Mythology. (California, 2004).

Torcoli, B. Hadrianus Augustus. (Pavia, 2007).

All in the original printed boards of wrappers. Very Fine condition overall. Light shelfwear, edges thumbed, contents clean throughout. Eight (8) titles in lot. Website shipping rates do not apply.

From the Numismatic Library of a Major North American Dealer.