David Sklow forwarded the following press release for his upcoming October literature sale. He informs me that the catalogue is at the printer, and is also up on his web site as a PDF, fully downloadable, searchable and printer friendly! -EditorOn October 4, 2008, David Sklow - Fine Numismatic Books will close their 5th auction.
Catalogs available by request; Send inquiries to: David Sklow-Fine Numismatic Books, P. O. Box 6321, Colorado Springs, CO 80934. Telephone: (719)-302-5686; Fax: (719)-302-4933; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The catalog is currently accessible on-line: www.finenumismaticbooks.com Bids will be accepted by, telephone, fax, email and regular mail.
Several sale highlights: 1929 Convention Photo of the ANA; Chapman sales (Bement & Jackman) with plates from the original glass negatives; original Crosby, Early Coins of America; De Knight.s History of the Currency 1900; a long run of Thomas Elder sales (101); King.s original manuscript on Lincoln Medals; Phillips Historical Sketches of the Paper Money of the American Colonies 1865-66; Steigerwalt.s first twenty-five numbered sales; Young.s 1903 United States Mint at Philadelphia; Rare original photograph of .Ye Olde Mint. by Robert Newell & Son; Rare original letters of Byron Johnson;
Several unique manuscripts by James J. Curto on tokens; a long run of monographs 1893-2003 from The Numismatist, some very rare; the Invasion of Louisville photo album 1988 (Armand Champa); complete set of the Asylum; set of Wilson.s Repository; B. Max Mehl Star Building presentation photo set of Kenneth Lowe #3 of 4; run of deluxe Superior sales; Burn.s London Trade, Tavern & Coffee House tokens; rare bound six catalogs of Dr. Mead.s collection 1754-1756; complete volume #5 1892 of The Numismatist; Newcomb.s 1801-02-03 work on U.S. Large cents; very nice first edition Redbook; rare 1910 ANA Yearbook; rare Yale College catalogue of their coin cabinet 1863; Neumann.s Beschreibung Der Bekanntesten Kupfermunzen seven volumes new York 1965-66; and something for everyone!
Consignments are now being accepted for all future sales.
Web site: www.finenumismaticbooks.com
DAVID SKLOW-FINE NUMISMATIC BOOKS
P.O. Box 6321
Colorado Springs, CO 80934
Telephone: (719) 302-5686
Fax: (719) 302-4933
THE BOOK BAZARRE
Wayne Homren, Editor
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