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Bendall (Bendall PCPC, Bendall Private)

Bendall, S. A Private Collection of Palaeologan Coins. (Wolverhampton, 1988).

A catalogue of the author 's important collection of 639 coins which includes 270 of the known 381 Palaeologan coin types. Short catalogue descriptions ease identification, and the author provides the tables for more than 400 sets of sigla. Additionally, there is a preliminary report of the important Corlu hoard which contained over 2000 silver coins of Manuel II and John VIII. An important reference with a short printing. Essential for the collector. 200 copies printed. Held by Forum.

Simon Bendall (1937 – 26 June 2019) was an English numismatist specializing in Byzantine coins. He wrote the first major work on the coinage of the Empire of Trebizond. After finding a Roman coin as a teenager, Bendall became a collector, researcher and dealer in ancient coins. After leaving Cheltenham College, he did military service (1956-58), partly in Germany, then studied part-time at the Institute of Archaeology, University of London (1962-1965), while working in the coin department of Spink & Son (1959-1965). He was later elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. Bendall worked for several specialist coin dealers: the coin department of Spink & Son (1959-1965), A.H. Baldwin (1967-1987), Numismatic Fine Arts in Los Angeles (1987-1988), and in 1998 catalogued the first sale of the Byzantine gold coins from the Nelson Bunker Hunt Collection for Sotheby’s, New York. In the 2000s he rejoined Spinks in London (2006-2010). He was elected as an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Numismatic Society in 2010. His collection of Byzantine coins was stolen in London in February 2018. Bendall died on 26 June 2019.

Also see:
Bendall 1976
Bendall 2004b
Bendall Andronicus
Bendall Anonymous
Bendall Coinage
Bendall Hoard
Bendall Jerusalem
Bendall LPC
Bendall New
Bendall Notes
Bendall PCPC
Bendall Phocas
Bendall Private
Bendall Sigla
Bendall Trebizond
Bendall Weights
Bendall-Donald
Bendall-Donald Additions
Bendall-Morrisson
Bendall-Sellwood
B-D LPC
B-D BTM
Houghton-Bendall

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