LAKE BOOKS 57TH MAIL BID SALE
This just in from Fred Lake:
"Lake Books announces that
its 57th mail-bid sale of numismatic literature is available
for viewing on its web site.
The sale is highlighted by a run of 28 B. Max Mehl auctions,
Bowers & Merena hardbound sales including the Frederick B.
Taylor auction, Stack's Anderson DuPont sale of Large Cents,
many European sale catalogs, a signed copy of Walter Breen's
"U. S. and Colonial Proof Coins", Kessler's "Fugio Cents", a
complete set of "The Fraktur" by Courtney Coffing, books on
tokens and medals, Elvira Clain-Stefanelli's "Numismatic
Bibliography", Martin Gengerke's work on "American
Numismatic Auctions" plus works on lost treasures.
The 640-lot sale has a closing date of April 10, 2001 and
may be viewed by visiting
on the link to "Current Sale″.
Wayne Homren, Editor
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