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archivum:
Here's the second volume of the Weber Collection, badly catalogued:

http://www.archive.org/details/webercollectiong02webeuoft

archivum:
-- There are three further unbound portfolios, one for each of the principal volumes; anyone have a digital line on these?

kerux:

--- Quote from: slokind on September 18, 2008, 01:48:58 pm ---This is what I posted to an inquiry about Ruzicka's Serdica in an Identifications thread:

The Ruzicka Münzen von Serdika was found for me, by Gordian Guy.  It WAS, I think, on archive.org, but perhaps not from Toronto but rather from a US library?  (No, it's at Toronto).    And the .pdf title was the whole volume of the periodical in which it appeared:
numismatischezei48stoft.pdf. 
It is, in fact, Numismatische Zeitschrift, Neue Folge VIII, 1915 (der ganzen Reihe Band XLVIII), pp. 1-82, Taf. I-IX.  Go ahead and download the whole volume, which contains other good things, too.
You will agree: it is not a self-evident .pdf name!


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Is there a link for this .pdf file?

Joe W.

kerux:

--- Quote from: gordian_guy on September 21, 2008, 01:28:09 pm ---

Joe,

You need to go to archive.org and download the 1915 volume of Numismatische Zeitschrift, numismatischezei48stoft.pdf. It is then the first umpteenth pages of the journal and the plates follow.

http://www.archive.org/details/numismatischezei48stuoft

c.rhodes

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Thanks!

Joe W.

archivum:

Searchable Limited-Preview versions of Elibron reprints of MacDonald, Catalogue of Greek Coins in the Hunterian Collection, vols. I and II, are at amazon.com, searching "Hunterian Collection"; the softcover reprints of vols. I and II are available from Amazon at $33 each, and vol. III is supposedly available for another $33 from the publisher, elibron.com. Pseudo-searching two of three of the older Hunterian volumes is no substitute for full access; for the weaker of wallet than will, two of three are still better than none, however! There is also a Limited-Preview version of Crawford's Roman Republican Coinage:

http://books.google.com/books?id=U86A9w9xiDcC&printsec=frontcover&dq=intitle:roman+intitle:republican+intitle:coinage+inauthor:crawford&lr=&as_brr=0

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