David Fanning forwarded the following update on his upcoming sale. -EditorDavid F. Fanning Numismatic Literature has announced that the firms fall auction will be held with a closing date of October 28. This will be a mail-bid auction, with bids accepted by post, phone or e-mail. The sale will include a wide variety of material on ancient, medieval, foreign and U.S. numismatics, and will feature a number of rare and important works. Selected highlights not mentioned in previous announcements include:
In addition, Lot 1 will feature the Journal of the Senate, First Session, Second Congress (179192), featuring the complete text of An Act Establishing a Mint, and Regulating the Coins of the United States, with the discussion leading up to its passage and other historical context: the foundation of U.S. coinage.
A printed catalogue will be issued and copies will be sent to established customers and to those requesting a copy. International bidders are welcome: the auction includes works in at least a dozen languages and we are pleased to conduct business with overseas customers. Select consignments are being accepted for future mail-bid sales and fixed price catalogues.
For more information, please contact David Fanning at email@example.com or see the companys Web site at www.fanningbooks.com .
Wayne Homren, Editor
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