George Kolbe and David Fanning forwarded this note about their upcoming New York numismatic literature sale.
Kolbe & Fanning Numismatic Booksellers will be holding their 2013 New York Book Sale at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City on Saturday, January 12 beginning at 12:30 pm. Printed catalogues have been delivered to those on the mailing list. Clients attending the sale should bring their copies, as there are very few extra copies available.
As in the past, a PDF version of the catalogue is available from the Kolbe & Fanning website at www.numislit.com. The PDF is handy for searching for items by keywords or when your copy of the catalogue is not conveniently at hand.
Once again, we will be offering free live internet bidding for this auction via the-saleroom.com. Every lot is illustrated in this version of the catalogue and the illustrations can easily be enlarged. Through the-saleroom.com, you may register to bid in the auction, and you may leave absentee bids to be executed by the-saleroom.com staff who will attend the auction. In addition, you may watch the auction take place in real time and directly participate in the live event via your computer. There is no additional fee for using this service: the same buyer’s premium for absentee bidders applies. All bidders should read the catalogue’s Terms of Sale before bidding.
To register to participate in the online auction, go to the-saleroom.com and create an account (a credit card will be necessary to register, though other forms of payment may be used). You will find Kolbe & Fanning listed in the directory of auction houses. The online catalogue is easy to navigate and, as previously mentioned, every lot is illustrated. The following link should lead directly to the catalogue:
You may also simply go to our www.numislit.com home page and go to Register for live online bidding and view all lots at the-saleroom.com to get to the online catalogue. Please register in advance of the sale, as it will take a few minutes. The sale is relatively small, at 271 lots, but it includes an unusually rich selection of outstanding numismatic works in all fields. We look forward to your participation, whether through the online catalogue or through more traditional methods. Please contact us if you have any questions about participating in the sale.
The last day that faxes and mail bids can be received in the Ohio office is Monday, January 7. After that, bids should be emailed to David Fanning at
firstname.lastname@example.org, who can be reached by phone at (614) 256-8915 while in New York. Messages left at other numbers may not be received.
Wayne Homren, Editor
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