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The E-Sylum: Volume 13, Number 35, August 29, 2010, Article 4

DAVID SKLOW MAIL BID SALE NO. 11 CLOSES OCTOBER 9, 2010

David Sklow forwarded this press release for his next numismatic literature sale. My copy of the catalog arrived in the mail yesterday - the cover is shown below. Pictured is a copy of the Volume 1, Number 1 issue of our print journal, The Asylum. -Editor

*CATALOGS HAVE BEEN MAILED*

MAIL BID SALE NO. 11 CLOSES OCTOBER 9, 2010
PART THREE OF “THE MASTER OF WOLFEBORO”
Q. DAVID BOWERS RESEARCH LIBRARY

DAVID SKLOW MAIL BID SALE NO. 11 OCTOBER 9, 2010 From the research & source library of Q. David Bowers comes over two-hundred and fifty lots concerning the American Civil War, Maritime history and ships, references on every type of collectible and the memorabilia of Abe Kosoff.

The sale also features nearly two-hundred, nineteenth century auction catalogs spanning 1855-1875 from the library of numismatic publisher and literature dealer Myron Xenos and special selections from the library of Bill Weber.

Bidders may enter bids by mail, telephone, email or fax. The sale closes at 8pm mountain time, October 9, 2010, however, any bids left on our answering machine or sent by email or fax on or before midnight will be accepted.

Catalogs are available upon request at no charge or can be found on our website.

DAVID SKLOW – FINE NUMISMATIC BOOKS
P.O. BOX 6321
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80934
TEL: (719) 302-5686
FAX: (719) 302-4933
finenumismaticbooks@aol.com
www.finenumismaticbooks.com

We are seeking numismatic literature consignments for future auctions. Please contact us for terms.

THE BOOK BAZARRE

A FEW UPCOMING SEPTEMBER 16, 2010 AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS

A bound Volume featuring the famous essay by Rev. Henry Christmas on Copper Coinage of the British Colonies in America, Aquila Smith’s rare tract on Irish tradesmen’s tokens and Richard Sainthill’s Defence of the British School of Medal Engravings. Also, the famous 1746 Thomas Pembroke coin plates, featuring the first printed illustrations of American colonial coins.

KOLBE & FANNING NUMISMATIC BOOKSELLERS
(614) 414-0855 • df@numislit.com GFK@numislit.com


Wayne Homren, Editor

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