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The E-Sylum: Volume 12, Number 46, November 15, 2009, Article 6

MORE NUMISMATIC BOOK TRANSLATIONS BY DANE KURTH

Dane Typos I We recently discussed a numismatic book translation by Dane Kurth, administrator of the online auction archive service Wildwinds.com - Lisa Weidauer's 1975 book Probleme der frühen Elektronprägung (Problems in Early Electrum Coinage).

At my request Dane forwarded an image of the cover of the original book, and she added a note about some additional translations she's made available. Great work - thanks! -Editor

It may interest your readers to know of some (free) translations (from French and German) which I have done lately and which are free to download:
1). Ruzicka: The Coinage of Serdica (original was German, 1915) Includes Plates and a lot of additional images with the permission of the owners, plus a Moushmov list and several variations of coins:
www.archive.org/details/Ruzicka_The_Coinage_Of_Serdica_English_528

2) Maerkl: The Coinage of Claudius II (original was German, 1894) Includes some images e.g. from wildwinds. A truly great and extremely interesting work. Some varieties added to the listings.
www.archive.org/details/MarklTheCoinageOfClaudiusIiEnglishTranslation

3) Pflaum: The "Three Emperor" Coinage of Carausius (original was French, 1959) Includes some coin images not in the original.
www.archive.org/details/English_Translation_Pflaum_
Carausius_Three_Emperor_Coinage

To read the earlier E-Sylum article, see: WEIDAUER TRANSLATION PROJECT COMPLETE (www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v12n44a05.html)

THE BOOK BAZARRE

DAVID SKLOW - FINE NUMISMATIC BOOKS Sale #8, Closed Saturday October 3, 2009, prices realized are posted on my web site www.finenumismaticbooks.com. PH: (719) 302-5686, FAX: (719) 302-4933. EMAIL: numismaticbooks@aol.com. USPS: Box 6321, Colorado Springs, CO. 80934. Contact me for your numismatic literature needs! Coming soon highlights from the Q. David Bowers Research Library Sale Part I February 13, 2010.


Wayne Homren, Editor

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