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The E-Sylum:  Volume 3, Number 49, November 26, 2000, Article 3

MARIA THERESIA THALER LITERATURE 

   Ralf W. Boepple of  Stuttgart, Germany, writes: "I am writing 
   in reply to Serge Pelletier's inquiry about the Maria Theresia 
   Thalers.  Unfortunately, I don't have access to the items Mr. 
   Pelletier inquired about, but I would like to bring the following 
   work to his attention: 

   F. Leypold, Der Maria Theresien Taler von 1780. Vienna, 
   1976 (31 pp, 8 b/w tables).  As this is a standard work, he 
   might already know about it.  If not,  I will be more than happy 
   to get  into contact with him to see if  there is anything I can do 
   for him." 

   Bob Knepper writes: "Serge Pelletier asked for Maria Theresa 
   Taler information.  Other than having a couple, I know little - but 
   in 1998 I saw a book I probably would have purchased if the 
   store had been open.  It was "Lexicon of the Maria Theresien 
   Taler" by Walter Hafner.  Price was 795 Belgian francs.  It was 
   in the window of Willem van Alsenoy, Oudaan 6, Antwerpen, 
   Belgium B-2000.   Email at willem.van.alsenoy@pandora.be. 
   I've purchased several "wildman" coins and medals from Mr. van 
   Alsenoy but decided the book was not worth the addition of 
   international postage." 

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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