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Summer 2019 Literature Auction, Lot: 226. Estimate $150.
Sold for $200. This amount does not include the buyer’s fee.

[Vierordt] J. Schulman, Amsterdam. Two parts of the superb Vierordt Collection. Includes:

Aes grave, monnaies consulaires, monnaies imperiales, médaillons d’or, d’argent et de bronze. Collection de M. L. Vierordt a Bloemendal. (5 March 1923). 4to. 194 pages, 2928 lots; 63 plates.

Collection de feu Monsieur L. Vierordt et d’autres provenances. Monnaies grecques et romaines, monnais byzantines et barbares. Monnaies en or. (5 June 1930). 4to. 61 pages, 962 lots; 10 fine plates.

The first in the original printed wrappers, the second bound in later red cloth, gilt, with photocopies printed prices laid into the first sale. Fair to fine condition, the cover of the first chipped and torn, light wear to the second, both catalogues internally clean. Two important sales, the first featuring a superb collection of roman portrait coins with provenances to many major sales of the preceeding years, including Weber, Gnecchi, de Quelen and Imhoof-Blumer to name a few.

Clain-Stefanelli 1785 & 1786. Spring 682 also listed under the “Most important sales of Roman Imperial coins” & 691. Website shipping rates do not apply.

From the Numismatic Library of a Major North American Dealer. Ex Malter Galleries Inc., Auction #88 (4 June 2006), lot 1608.