Numismatic literature dealer Douglas Saville has expanded his stock with a new library purchase. He submitted the following update together with a nice photo of a portion of his stock shelves. I was fortune to visit with Douglas at his office a few times during my stint in London - his office is a bibliophile's delight! -Editor I recently purchased a large numismatic library from an old client of mine. I have yet to list much of it on my website although a few new items have been listed in the past week or so. I now have around 1000 books listed for sale at fixed prices on my website.
The latest acquisition will take some time for me to put up onto my site - meanwhile if any reader has any specific "want" I would ask them to email me "desiderata". I regret to say that there are no items relating to American numismatics.
In the main the library includes books relating to many aspects of Ancients, European, British, and world coinages. I have many individual volumes of the Numismatic Chronicle from 1877 to date, but there are few complete runs of the Series.
My website: www.douglassaville.com Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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