David Fanning submitted the following note about his latest numismatic literature fixed price list. -Editor
The May issue of The Bookshelf, the fixed price list issued by David F. Fanning Numismatic Literature, has been published. Regular customers will receive copies in the mail (if they havenít already). The issue is also available on the firmís Web site at www.fanningbooks.com/Bookshelf3Web.pdf .
The list includes 100 lots of numismatic literature. Highlights include James Measeís 1834 description of American medals, published in the Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society. This extremely rare volume is of considerable historical importance as one of the earliest American works written from a numismatic perspective, and is available for $1500.
David F. Fanning Numismatic Literatureís second auction sale closes on June 4. Bids are being received at a good rate, and bidders are encouraged to submit their bids early. Bids may be placed by post, e-mail or phone. David Fanning can be reached at (614) 256-8915 or email@example.com. The catalogue is available on the firmís Web site at www.fanningbooks.com, and a handful of hard copies remain available
Wayne Homren, Editor
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