Eric Vanhove forwarded this item about an upcoming numismatic literature auction emailed to customers of the Künker firm.
Our eLive Auction 12 offers something very special for you in the coming months of October and November: an auction of numismatic literature.
The 1,600 numbered catalog items comprise monographs; commemorative publications; magazine series and auction catalogs, partly from the libraries E. Beckenbauer and F. Weitzinger of Munich; 75 bibliophile works including “Appel’s Repertorium zur Münzkunde”; (“Appel’s Archive Register on Coin Science”) of 1820/1822 and 1824/1829; “Des Teutschen Reichs Münz-Archiv” (“Coin Archive of the German Empire”) by Hirsch from 1756/1768; a complete series of “Kohlers Historischen Münzbelustigungen” (“Kohler’s Historical Coin Amusements”) parts 1-22,1729/1750 and 1764/1765, in superb condition; a series of van Loon’s “Beschryving der Nederlandsche Historipenningen” from the Netherlands ; J.G.Lori’s “Sammlung des baierischen Münzrechts” (“Collection of old Bavarian Coin Minting Permits”) ; as well as the extremely rare volumes “Monnaies en or” and “Monnaies d’argent” (“Gold Coins”, “Silver Coins”).
In addition , at the eLive Auction 12 you will find 1000 monographs, essays and special edition publications on ancient and modern numismatics with many standard works, but also rare and sought-after monographs. The emphasis here is on books of ancient and German numismatics.
Among the journals which are also on offer are, furthermore, two rarities: the complete series of “REVUE BELGE DE NUMISMATIQUE ET DE SIGILLOGRAPHIE” (“Belgian Review of Numismatics and Document Seals Study”), volumes 1-148, 1842-2002, as well as the complete series of “REVUE NUMISMATIQUE”, 1836-2009.
The conclusion of the auction consists of 320 auction catalogs, many in impeccably preserved condition and bound fully in linen.
For this special eLive Auction there will once again be a printed catalog.
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