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Numismatic Periodicals and Journals

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Antike Kunst, 1966, Parts 1 and 2 (Complete)

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Antike Kunst first appeared in 1958 and has since been published annually. The journal contains scholarly articles on subjects concerning classical art and archaeology in the widest sense. There are also regular reports on Swiss excavations in Mediterranean sites, such as Eretria, Francavilla or Iaitas. The journal is internationally renowned for its excellent editing and the fine quality of its illustrations. Antike Kunst is of interest to professional archaeologists and students as well as collectors and a general public interested in ancient art and culture.
BC16316. Antike Kunst, 1966, Parts 1 and 2 (complete), Swiss classical art and archaeology journal, in German, softcover, 186 total pages, 40 plates, light wear, from the library of Alex G. Malloy; $20.00 (17.00)


Antike Kunst, 1973, Parts 1 and 2 (Complete)

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Antike Kunst first appeared in 1958 and has since been published annually. The journal contains scholarly articles on subjects concerning classical art and archaeology in the widest sense. There are also regular reports on Swiss excavations in Mediterranean sites, such as Eretria, Francavilla or Iaitas. The journal is internationally renowned for its excellent editing and the fine quality of its illustrations. Antike Kunst is of interest to professional archaeologists and students as well as collectors and a general public interested in ancient art and culture.
BC16317. Antike Kunst, 1973, Parts 1 and 2 (complete), Swiss classical art and archaeology journal, in German, softcover, 176 total pages, 44 plates, light wear, from the library of Alex G. Malloy; $20.00 (17.00)


American Journal of Numismatics 13 (2001)

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Includes the following articles:
- Fedorov, Michael. New data on the monetary circulation of medieval Uzgend : coins from the Kashka-Terek Hillfort.
- Guiraud, Helene. Engraved gems in the collection of the American Numismatic Society. 3, Male deities and heroes.
- Stolyarik, Elena. Acquisitions for 2000 and 2001 in the American Numismatic Society collection : Roman, Roman provincial, and Byzantine.
- Orosz, Joel J. Joseph J. Mickley's diary for 1852 : an annotated transcription.
- Stolyarik, Elena. Scythians in the West Pontic area : new numismatic evidence.
- Heath, Sebastian. A sixth-century tremissis from Psalmodi.
- Kroll, John H. A small find of silver bullion from Egypt.
- Brzic, Aleksandar N. Yugoslav countermarks on Austro-Hungarian gold coins.
- Esty, Warren W. A die study of some silver coins of Sinkiang, China.
BK50722. American Journal of Numismatics 13, American Numismatic Society, New York, 2001, hard blue cloth covers, 212 pages, 20 plates; many important articles in all areas of numismatics, new, only one copy available; $18.00 (15.30)


Antiquarian Books on Coins and Medals, From the Fifteenth to Nineteenth Century, 2001

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Studies in the history of numismatic literature no. 1. Translated into English from the Italian original by Elizabeth Saville.
BL18257. Antiquarian Books on Coins and Medals, From the Fifteenth to Nineteenth Century, 2001 Ferdinando Bassoli , hardcover, 88 pages, illustrated, like new condition, international shipping at the actual cost of postage; $16.00 (13.60)


The Asylum 25 Years of the Numismatic Bibliomania Society, 2004

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Special 25 year anniversary edition. Volume XXII, no. 3, consecutive issue no. 87, summer 2004.
Bk18269. The Asylum 25 Years of the Numismatic Bibliomania Society, 2004, soft cover, small cover wear, 339 pages, illustrated, international shipping at the actual cost of postage; $16.00 (13.60)


American Journal of Numismatics, Volume 50, 1916 - A Dictionary of Numismatic Names by Albert R. Frey

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A dictionary of numismatic names, their official and popular designations.
BK65549. American Journal of Numismatics, Volume 50, 1916, A Dictionary of Numismatic Names by Albert R. Frey, paperback, 311 pages, 1965 reprint, only one copy available; $15.00 (12.75)


American Journal of Numismatics 12 (2000)

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Includes the following articles:
- Sears, Stuart D. An 'Abbasid revolution hoard from the Western Jazira (al-Raqqa?).
- Beckmann, Martin. The early gold coinage of Trajan's sixth consulship.
- Book Review: Rutter, N. K. The Greek coinages of southern Italy and Sicily - review by Carmen Arnold-Biucchi.
- Book Review: Carradice, Ian. Greek coins - review by Carmen Arnold-Biucchi.
- Arslan, Melih. A hoard of unpublished bronze coins of Ptolemy Ceraunus.
- Thomas, Michael L. An imitative unsealed semis from Northern Etruria.
- Woods, David. Julian, Gallienus, and the solar bull.
- Lorber, Catharine C. Large Ptolemaic bronzes in third-century Egyptian hoards.
- Schultz, Warren C. A Mamluk bronze weight in the Israel Museum, with further comments on this rare metrological species.
- Warren C. Schultz and Haim Gitler. Schell, James A. Observations on the metrology of the precious metal coinage of Philip II of Macedon: the "Thraco-Macedonian" standard or the Corinthian standard?
- Book Review: Grierson, Philip. Medieval European coinage, with a catalogue of the coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. 14, Italy (III). (South Italy, Sicily, Sardinia) review by William R. Day, Jr.
- Van Alfen, Peter. The "owls" from the 1973 Iraq hoard.
- Kleeberg, John M. Three notes on the private gold coinage of the United States.
- Saryan, Levon A. An unpublished silve double tram of Gosdantin I (1298-1299), king of Armenian Cilicia .
- Kritt, Brian. Three Seleucid notes.
BK34136. American Journal of Numismatics 12, American Numismatic Society, New York 2000, hard blue cloth covers, 271 pages, 34 plates; many important articles in all areas of numismatics, but heavily concentrated in Greek and Roman, only one copy available; $14.00 (11.90)


American Numismatic Society Museum Notes 8 (1958)

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Includes the following articles:
Healy, John F. A new light on the unique stater of Mytilene
Bellinger, Alfred R. The first civic tetradrachms of Ilium
Bellinger, Alfred R. The late bronze of Alexandria Troas
Noe, Sydney P. A tetrobol of Histiaea
Jenkins, G.K. Notes on the Iberian denarii from the Cordova hoard
Jenkins, G.K. Carthago Nova or Ilici?
Sutherland, C.H.V. A countermarked Augustan cistophorus in New York
Terrace, Edwald L.B. A new medallion of Lucius Verus
Boyce, Aline A. Caracalla as "Severus"
Galavaris, George P. The symbolism of the imperial costume as displayed on Byzantine coins
Fallon, Hugh C. Imperial symbolism on two Carolingian coins
Grunthal, Henry: Medieval and Modern coins acquired by the American Numismatic Society: 1954-1958
Erlanger, Herbert J. The last gold coins of the free city of Nuremberg
Bedoukian, Paul: Two hoards of Hetoum-Zabel trams
Grunthal, Henry: A German medal of Henry VIII of England
Grunthal, Henry: Richard Wagner in the medaillic art: a supplement
Adelson, Howard L. / Snyder, Louis L. Nationalistic myths in the Weimar Republic: an iconographic study
Scott, Kenneth: James Franklin on counterfeiting
BK10901. Museum Notes 8, American Numismatic Society (ANSMN 8), 1958, 220 pages, 43 plates, paperback, faded cover, crinkled spine, bent corners, good, only one copy available; $13.00 (11.05)


American Numismatic Society Museum Notes 29 (1984)

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Includes the following articles:
Houghton, Arthur & Moore, Wayne: Some Early Far Northeastern Seleucid Mints
Kagan, Jonathan H: Hellenistic Coinage at Scepsis After its Refoundation in the Third Century B.C.
Rizack, Martin A: A Coin with the Aramaic Legend SHRW, A King-Governor of LIHYAN
Mrkholm, Otto: The Chronology of the New Style Coinage of Athens
McAlee, Richard G: The Severan Tetradrachms of Laodicea
Harl, Kenneth W: The Coinage of Neapolis in Samaria, A.D. 244-53
Badian, Ernst: Q.OPPIUS.PR
Hersh, Charles & Walker, Alan: The Mesagne Hoard
Bartusis, Mark C: A Seal of Nikephorus Votaneiates
Bendall, Simon: Longuet's Salonica Hoard Reexamined
Hahn, Wolfgang R.O: The Numismatic Evidence for the Reconstruction of the Aksumite Royal Line
Balog, Paul: A Unusual Fatimid Glass Weight
Broome, Michael: A Florentine Restrike Taler
Doty, Richard G: The North Carolina Railroad Hoard
BK11613. Museum Notes 29, American Numismatic Society (ANSMN 29), paperback, 1984, fine condition, 201 pages, 35 plates, only one copy available; $12.00 (10.20)


Antike Kunst, 1974, Parts 1 and 2 (Complete)

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Antike Kunst first appeared in 1958 and has since been published annually. The journal contains scholarly articles on subjects concerning classical art and archaeology in the widest sense. There are also regular reports on Swiss excavations in Mediterranean sites, such as Eretria, Francavilla or Iaitas. The journal is internationally renowned for its excellent editing and the fine quality of its illustrations. Antike Kunst is of interest to professional archaeologists and students as well as collectors and a general public interested in ancient art and culture.
BC16318. Antike Kunst, 1974, Parts 1 and 2 (complete), Swiss classical art and archaeology journal, in German, softcover, 148 total pages, 40 plates, light wear, from the library of Alex G. Malloy; $12.00 (10.20)




  



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