Numismatic bookseller Orville J. Grady writes:
Mail Bid Sale XXV, with a closing date of April 11, 2001.
The sale features the Library of JOHN TWENTE, which
comprises a diverse and important offering of works on
ancient Greek and Roman coinage. Significant items include
Angelo Geissen's KATALOG ALEXANDRINISCHER
KAISERMÜNZEN DER SAMMLUNG DES INSTITUTS
FÜR ALTERTUMSKUNDE DER UNIVERSITÄT ZU
KÖLN, Volumes 1-5, Margaret Thompson's THE NEW
STYLE SILVER COINAGE OF ATHENS and a nearly
complete run of both CLASSICAL NUMISMATIC
AUCTIONS and THE CELATOR.
Also presented are a large number of auction catalogs,
periodicals and fixed price lists issued by the major dealers
in ancient coinage. Other important consignments include
a complete set of UNITED STATES GOLD COINS-AN
ANALYSIS OF AUCTION RECORDS by David Akers,
works on NOTGELD by Arnold Keller, two complete sets
of RED BOOKS, RED and BLUE BOOKS signed by
R.S. YEOMAN, as well as a 6TH and 8TH edition Blue
Book once the property of Charles E. Green, co-author of
the Blue Book.
Periodicals are represented by a complete bound set of
MEHL'S COIN CIRCULAR (1921-1933), MEHL'S
NUMISMATIC MONTHLY, the I.B.N.S. Journal
(1968-1999), and COIN MONTHLY (1966-1992).
There are fifty different monographs on paper money
authored by John A. Muscalus, the first 38 auction catalogs
issued by Hickman/Oakes, a large number of PRESIDENTIAL
COIN AND ANTIQUE COMPANY auction sales and a
set of THE ANNALS OF THE COINAGE OF GREAT
BRITAIN AND ITS DEPENDENCIES (Second Edition),
by Rogers Ruding.
Copies of the catalog may be obtained by writing Orville J.
Grady, 6602 Military Ave., Omaha, Ne 68104, or calling
800-295-4846, or by visiting the website:
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