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The E-Sylum: Volume 12, Number 1, January 4, 2009, Article 4

DAVID SKLOW MAIL BID SALE #6 CLOSES FEBRUARY 7, 2009

David Sklow forwarded the following press release with information on his next numismatic literature auction. -Editor
Sklow MSB#6 February 7, 2009, David Sklow-Fine Numismatic Books will close their 6th 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: numismaticbooks@aol.com.

The catalog is currently accessible on-line: www.finenumismaticbooks.com Bids will be accepted by, telephone, fax, email and regular mail. Several sale highlights:

A wonderful library of over 125 works on Ancient Roman and Greek Numismatics;

Du Choul, Guillaume. VETERUM ROMANORUM RELIGIO, CASTRAMETATIO, DISCIPLINA MILITARIS UT BALNEAE: EX ANTIQUIS NUMISMATIBUS & LAPIDIBUS DEMONFTRATA. Amsterdam, 1685;

Easton, E. {Publisher}. ANTIQUITATES SARISBURIENSES. London, 1771;

Hendriks, Frederick. DECIMAL COINAGE: A PLAN FOR ITS IMMEDIATE EXTENSION IN ENGLAND, IN CONNECTION WITH THE INTERNATIONAL COINAGE OF FRANCE AND OTHER COUNTRIES. Bucklersbury, England. 1866;

Breen, Walter and Gillio, Ronald J. CALIFORNIA PIONEER FRACTIONAL GOLD – “ADVANCE COPY”. Wolfeboro, N.H. 2003;

Edwards, Jonathan, M.D. CATALOGUE OF THE GREEK AND ROMAN COINS IN THE NUMISMATIC COLLECTION OF YALE COLLEGE. New Haven, 1880. iv-vi, 236pp. 8vo, original brown decorative cloth covers, gilt spine;

Memorabilia of the great numismatic dealer B. Max Mehl, including a long run of his auction catalogs, Mehl's Numismatic Monthly, advertising items of every description, Mehl family photographs, letters, Mehl's Coin Circular, Mehl's Coin Chronicle;

Very Rare "Sponsors Edition" of The National Bank note Issues of 1929-1935 copy #3 of 25;

A run of bound New Hampshire Bank reports;

Several bound historical works concerning the 1892-1893 Columbian Exposition;

Kroh, Dennis J. ANCIENT COIN REFERENCE REVIEWS. [SPECIAL HARDBOUND NUMBERED EDITION # 1of 20];

Morris, Robert. THE TWELVE CAESARS: (JULIUS TO DOMITIAN) ILLUSTRATED BY READINGS OF TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTEEN OF THEIR – COINS AND MEDALS. La Grange, KY., 1877;

Mehl, B{enjamin} Max. 1907 WEDDING PHOTO OF B. MAX AND ETHEL.{Fort Worth, TX.}. 14.5 x 22 cm. black and white, professional portrait of B. Max seated, and his wife Ethel, standing at his side;

Raymond, Wayte and Macallister, J{ames}.G.{cataloguers}. THE NUMISMATIC AUCTION CATALOGUES OF J.C. MORGENTHAU & CO.New York, N.Y. 1932-1945. Adams Sale Numbers One through Fifty-three complete. The large format (4to) catalogues are bound uniformly in two quarto volumes; dark brown grained half cowhide, five raised spine bands, maroon calf spine labels, gilt, marbled paper boards: the small format (8vo) catalogues are housed in two quarto solander book boxes, matching identically the two other volumes; all original printed card covers are present; all quarto sales with original prices realized; many octavo sales with original prices realized and several handpriced;

Mickley, Jos. J. DATES OF UNITED STATES COINS AND THEIR DEGREES OF RARITY. Philadelphia, PA. 1858. 4pp. 8vo.;

Grueber, H{erbert}.A{ppold}., F.S.A. A FIND OF ANGLO-SAXON COINS. London, 1894, 48pp. 2 autotype plates, {also} THE BALCOMBE FIND. London, 1898, 65pp. 4 autotype plates, 8vo, half leather with marbled boards, four raised bands on spine, gilt spine;

Dye, John S. BANKING HOUSE OF JOHN S. DYE [DELINEATOR LETTER].New York. 1854, 8vo, 27 x 21cm;

Frossard, Ed{ouard}. NUMISMA. [DELUXE EDITION]. Minneapolis, MN. And Rocky River, OH. 1983 reprint of the 1877-1891 original, ten volumes complete. Special limited Edition copy # 4 of 4 produced. Half leather with marbled boards, gilt spine, marbled pastedowns and endpapers. A very special limited numbered edition of 4, of which this is number 4. Ex Kenneth Lowe Library sale by The Money Tree sale 32 lot 146;

United States Government. {Secretary of the Treasury}. LETTERFROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY TRANSMITTING SUNDRY STATEMENS REATIVE {SIC} TO THE OPERATIONS OF THE MINT OF THE UNITED STATES: FEBRUARY 28, 1817. READ AND ORDERED TO LIE UPON THE TABLE. Washington: 1817, 10pp. 1 foldout, folio 33.5 x 21cm;

and something for everyone!

Consignments are now being accepted for all future sales



Wayne Homren, Editor

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