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The E-Sylum: Volume 20, Number 15, April 9, 2017, Article 3

KOLBE & FANNING SALE 145 HIGHLIGHTS

Maria Fanning sent some more highlights from the April 22, 2017 numismatic literature sale from Kolbe & Fanning. Thanks! -Editor

ADDITIONAL HIGHLIGHTS FROM KOLBE & FANNING’S APRIL 22 BOOK AUCTION

Kolbe & Fanning Numismatic Booksellers are holding their Sale 145 on Saturday, April 22, 2017, with the live online auction beginning at 12:00 noon Eastern Time. The 443-lot sale features selections from the libraries of Tom Cederlind, Italo Vecchi and other consignors, and includes interesting and important material on ancient, foreign and U.S. numismatics.

Some highlights of the sale include:

KOLBE & FANNING SALE 145 LOT 122 KOLBE & FANNING SALE 145 LOT 124

Lot 122: a bound volume of publications by Edward T. Newell, many of them quite scarce

Lot 124: a complete set of Numismatic Fine Arts catalogues, many of them hardbound

KOLBE & FANNING SALE 145 LOT 146 KOLBE & FANNING SALE 145 LOT 189

Lot 146: the Ponton d’Amécourt Roman & Byzantine sale, with fine plates

Lot 189: a complete set of the American Numismatic Society Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum series

KOLBE & FANNING SALE 145 LOT 204-1

Lot 204: the rare and visually stunning Otto Bally work on Baden

242-1 KOLBE & FANNING SALE 145 LOT 246

Lot 242: a rare presentation volume by Ralph Heaton & Sons of the Birmingham Mint with fine autotype plates of coins

Lot 246: a very rare complete set of the Archiv für Bracteatenkunde

KOLBE & FANNING SALE 145 LOT 305 KOLBE & FANNING SALE 145 LOT 328

Lot 305: a rare 1839 publication on numismatics by John Allan, unlisted by Attinelli

Lot 328: a plated example of S.H. Chapman’s large-format catalogue of the Charles Gregory collection

KOLBE & FANNING SALE 145 LOT 372-1 KOLBE & FANNING SALE 145 LOT 372-2

Lot 372: Chauncy Lee’s 1797 American Accomptant, featuring the earliest known illustration of a U.S. coin and the first known appearance in print of a dollar sign.

Beginning with this auction, Kolbe & Fanning is using Auction Mobility as our third-party online bidding platform. Auction Mobility is an app-based platform allowing users the ability to participate in the sale through phones, tablets and computers (though bids placed via post, email, fax or phone will continue to be accepted). To register for the sale, bidders must go to bid.numislit.com and sign up. Those wishing to participate on their devices can download the new Kolbe & Fanning app through the Apple or Google Play Store.

The printed catalogue of Sale 145 has been mailed to active customers. A PDF of the printed catalogue has been posted to the firm’s website at numislit.com for those who prefer that format. Bids may be placed via post, email, fax or phone prior to the sale. Advance absentee bids may also be placed through the online catalogue at bid.numislit.com; live internet bidding will be available during the sale itself through the same platform.

Kolbe & Fanning Numismatic Booksellers LLC is a licensed and bonded auction firm in the State of Ohio. For more information, please see the Kolbe & Fanning website at numislit.com or email David Fanning at df@numislit.com. To register for the sale, go to bid.numislit.com. We look forward to your participation.



Wayne Homren, Editor

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