Iconic tradition as a historical...


    Iconic tradition as a historical source. The role of numismatics in iconography studies, edited by M. Caccamo Caltabiano, D. Castrizio, M. Puglisi, Falzea Editore, Reggio Calabria 2004, pp. 527, richly illustrated, 24 cm, br. and.

    Semata and Signa. Series of Monetary Iconography Studies, 1.

    Proceedings of the I Study Meeting of the Lexicon Iconographicum Numismaticae, Messina 6-8 March 2003.

    Can an image be considered a historical document? Certainly yes, if it is a monetary image, chosen by the governing authority to facilitate the acceptability of the currency, communicate messages to users, play a role of legitimation and strengthening of political power! The initial question was answered by scholars of different disciplines, who participated in Messina, in March 2002, in the international study meeting promoted by the inter-university research group (Messina, Bologna, Genoa, Milan) for the realization of the Lexicon Iconographicum Numismaticae ( LIN). The contributions record the point of view of numismatists, archaeologists, philologists and glottologists, historians (Eastern, Greek, Roman and medieval), in a variety of proposals and reflections that emblematically account for the multiplicity of opinions currently existing on the problem.

    Insignificant signs of aging, otherwise in excellent condition.

    Currency and territorial...


    Currency and territorial identity: from the ancient polis to the medieval civitas, PRIN 2009 project coordinated by Maria Caccamo Caltabiano, edited by Anna Lina Morelli, Erica Filippini, Falzea Editore, Reggio Calabria 2016, pp. 334, richly illustrated, 24 cm, br. and.

    Semata and Signa. Series of Monetary Iconography Studies, 8.

    Proceedings of the III International Study Meeting of the Lexicon Iconographicum Numismaticae (Bologna, 12-13 September 2013).

    The volume collects the contributions presented on the occasion of the international conference Money and territorial identity: from the ancient polis to the medieval civitas, held in Bologna on 12 and 13 September 2013. The intent of the publication is to offer an articulated vision on the proposed theme. , through the contributions of specialists from different disciplinary sectors, who offered the starting point for scientific reflections and comparisons. Within the extensive examination proposed, the numismatic documentation was analyzed in a diachronic and diatopic vision, according to the reading method proposed by the LIN project (Lexicon Iconographicum Numismaticae), which identifies the expression of a communicative language connected to the different cultural, political and ideological contexts from which it springs. In fact, attention was paid to the Greek and Roman world, but also to medieval reality and the dynamics of communication that are its own, identifying aspects of continuity or discontinuity with respect to the previous tradition.


    Writings by Francesco Panvini...


    Coins and medals. Writings by Francesco Panvini Rosati, 2 vols., Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities, Rome 2004, pp. 768 overall, 29 cm, cart. and. with slipcase ed.

    Supplement to n. 37 of the Numismatics Bulletin.

    Volume I: Ancient Age.

    Volume II: From Late Antiquity to the Modern Age.

    In excellent condition.

    Bononia Docet


    Bononia Docet. From Bolognino to the coins celebrating the IX Centenary of the University of Bologna, Ministry for Cultural and Environmental Heritage, Rome 1988, pp. 125, 29 cm, br. and.

    Supplement to n. 10 of the Numismatics Bulletin.

    Record of possession on the first guard card.

    Traces of use on the paperback, otherwise in excellent condition.

    Studies for Laura Breglia, 3 vols.


    Studies for Laura Breglia, 3 vols., Ministry for Cultural and Environmental Heritage, Rome 1987, pp. 760 overall, 29 cm, cart. ed., slipcase ed.

    Supplement to n. 4 of the Numismatics Bulletin.

    Part I: Generalia, Greek numismatics.

    Part II: Roman, medieval and modern numismatics.

    Part III: Archeology and history.

    From the Summaries: ROBERTO GOBL, Eckelianum I. Die Krise der Numismatik; KARL CHRIST, Alte geschichte und Antike Numismatik. Gedanken zu den Entwicklungen in Deutschland; NICOLA F. PARISE, ΔPEΙΙANA "Premonetary signs" non-existent; NK RUTTER, Herodotus 1.94.1 and the "first finders" of coinage; GIOVANNI GORINI, Riconiazioni of Crotone on didrachme of Agrigento; ALDINA CUTRONI TUSA, New considerations on the problem of the circulation of pegasi in Sicily; MARIA A. MASTELLONI, Monetary finds in Reggio Calabria; SALVATORE GARRAFFO, Crotoniensia. From the incuse to the double relief; MARIA CACCAMO CALTABIANO, The decadrammi of Evainetos and Kimon for a naval expedition to the East; MARTA CAMPO, Las monedas de los Tesoros de Pont de Molins, Tarragona y Rosas del Gabinet Numismatic de Catalttnya (4th century BC); MARINA TALIERCIO MENSITIERI, SymboIi, letters, initials on the bronze of Neapolis; ULLA \ VESTERMARK, Notes on Macedonian bronze coins; FIORENZO CATALLI, The coinage of Todi in an 18th century manuscript; ALDO SICILIANO, Valesio: coin closet from the III century BC; ADRIANA TRAVAGLINI, Nttmismatic documentation of the Brindisi necropolis in Via Cappuccini. Preliminary note; ANDREA PAUTASSO, A contribution of the Padana numismatics to the traditional dating of the denarius; LEANDRE VILLARONGA, Usa de la ceca de Emporion por los Romanos, para cubrir sus necesidades financieras en the Iberian Peninsula during the Second Punic War; HUBERT ZEHNACKER, Le triens des Servilii et le bronze patrimonial; EMANUELA ERCOLANI COCCHI, The monetary circulation in Emilia Romagna between the end of the III and the I century BC; PATRIZIA SERAFIN PETRILLO, On the "evaluation" of Vittoriato; C. CAPILUPPI, GF MISSIROLI, G. Russo, G. TABARRONI, A Vittoriato in tinned copper without traces of silver; PATRIZIO PENSABENE, Nummulary card from the area of Magna Mater and Vittoria on the Palatine; VITTORIO PICOZZI, The attributes of Vulcan on the puteal scibonianum; CHV SUTHERLAND, Variation of Emphasis Between the Res Gestae and the types of the imperial Augustus coinage; ROSALIA MACALUSO, Counter-brands with symbols on Augustus' dupondi; ALBERTO BALIL, The "hierarchical" perspective and other perspectives in the farnan coinage of the Julio-Claudian age; GIANFRANCO GAGGERO, Testimonies and problems of numismatics in the work of Suetonius; ROSSELLA PERA, Commodus ΘΛMΠIOΣ on some coins of the city of Ephesus; MARIA R-ALFOLDl, Schildbilder der Romischen Kaiser auf Munzen und multiple; PIERRE BASTIEN, Le buste à main levée dans de monnayage romain; ANNIE N. ZADOKS-JITTA, Gold Jewel Coins from the Netherlands; LUCIANO CAMILLI, A coin erased by Maximin of the Smyrna Mint; PATRICK BRUUN, Pairs of Likenesses; LELLIA CRACCO RUGGINI, Utopia and reality of a monetary reform: The "Anonymus de rebus bellicis" and Valentiniani; JEAN-PIERRE CALLU, JEAN-NOEL BARRANDON, Note sur les sous Gaulois au V 's. de notre ère; etc.

    Slight signs of aging, otherwise in excellent condition.

    De Luca, The coins with Arab...


    Maria Amalia De Luca, The coins with Arab legend of the Municipal Library of Palermo, presentation by Filippo Guttuso, Part I, sn, Palermo 1998, pp. XXXIX, 399, richly illustrated, 31 cm, elegant canvas binding with titles and decorations in gold on the plates and on the spine.

    Aere perennius necklace. Catalogs, 1.

    At the top of the title page: City of Palermo, Department of Culture, Municipal Library.

    Part I was the only one published. Work of relevant scientific interest.

    In perfect condition. Extremely rare.

    Muntoni, The coins of the popes...


    Francesco Muntoni, The coins of the popes and papal states, 4 volumes, P. & P. Santamaria, Rome 1972-1974, first edition, pp. 1249 overall, ill., 224 plates, 31 cm, imitation leather ed. with titles and decorations in gold on the back and on the front plate.

    Volume I: pp. XLVIII, 240, 45 plates

    Volume II: pp. 288, 46-104 pl.

    Volume III: pp. 308, 105-172 tablets

    Volume IV: pp. 365, 173-224.

    Fundamental work for the study of the examined coins.

    Insignificant signs of aging, however the work is in excellent condition.

    Very rare.

    Perini, The coins of Verona


    Quintilio Perini, The coins of Verona, Ugo Grandi & C. Editori, Rovereto 1902, pp. 110, richly illustrated, 28 cm, beautiful and solid coeval binding in half canvas with plates in splendid green peacock tail paper, preserved the paperback ed.

    Edition of 300 numbered copies, this is n. 88.

    Elegant numismatic ex libris on the front counterplate, small stamp of ownership on the front cover.

    Overall in excellent condition.

    Very rare original edition.

    Simonetti, Medieval and modern...


    Luigi Simonetti, Medieval and modern Italian coins. House of Savoy, 3 vols., Poggiali Typography, Ravenna 1967-1969, pp. 1308 overall, richly illustrated in black and white, 25 cm, splendid binding in all green leather with titles and decorations on the spine and on the plates.

    Volume I, From Oddone Conte (1056) to Carlo Emanuele I Duca (1630), 1967, pp. 485.

    Volume II, From Vittorio Amedeo I (1630) to Vittorio Emanuele I (1821), 1968, pp. 386.

    Volume III, From Vittorio Emanuele II (1861) to Vittorio Emanuele III (1946). Coinage abroad. Coin Weights, 1969, pp. 437.

    Work embellished by the author's autograph dedication to an illustrious numismatist.

    In perfect condition.

    Ravegnani Morosini, Lordships...


    Mario Ravegnani Morosini, Lordships and principalities. Italian coins with portrait 1450-1796, Maggioli Editore, Republic of San Marino 1984, pp. 1251 overall, richly illustrated, 35 cm, binding in all canvas ed. with titles and decorations on the spine and on the front plate.

    Edition of 1000 numbered copies, this is number 90.

    Reference work for the study of the examined coins.

    In excellent condition.

    Biaggi, Eight centuries of the...


    Elio Biaggi, Eight centuries of history of Savoyard coins, vol. I, The Counts and Dukes of the Middle Ages from Odo to Filiberto II. Sec. XI-1504, Il Centauro Editions, Turin 1993, pp. XXIV, 416, richly illustrated, 35 cm, beautiful binding in cart. and. with gold titles on the back and on the front plate, embossed decorations on the plates within a gold frame, peacock tail paper gazes, slipcase ed.

    In perfect condition.

    Sambon, General repertory of...


    Giulio Sambon, General repertory of coins minted in Italy and by Italians abroad from the 5th to the 20th century. Period from 476 to 1266. Edition of 300 numbered copies with 13 original plates plus 10 unpublished plates, Giorgio Apparuti Editore, Modena 1975, pp. XVI, 206 with a fine portrait of Sambon on the front door, richly illustrated, 3 pls. of monograms + 23 plates of coins, 32 cm, br. and.

    Anastatic reprint of 300 numbered copies from the Paris 1912 edition, this is no. 118.

    In excellent condition.

    The mint and coins of Perugia


    Angelo Finetti, The mint and coins of Perugia in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Volumnia Editrice, Perugia 1997, pp. 237, richly illustrated, 32 cm, binding in the whole canvas ed. with titles and decorations in gold on the spine, on the front plate and dust jacket.

    In excellent condition.

    Italian gold coins. Catalog of...


    Italian gold coins. Catalog of coins issued from 1252 to 1945 with degrees of rarity and public sales awards, edited by Lorenzo Bellesia, 2 vols., Nomisma, Serravalle 2002, pp. 616 overall, richly illustrated, 30 cm, cart. and. with titles on the spine and on the front plate, dust jacket and slipcase.

    Volume I: Ancona-Novellara, pp. 320.

    Volume II: Padua-Verona-Savoy, pp. 296.

    Important work for scholars and collectors. It shows the Italian gold coins with the awards of the international auctions of over a century.

    Insignificant traces of use on the first cards of vol. II, otherwise in excellent condition.

    Gold Coins of the World from...


    Gold Coins of the World from ancient times to the present, 8th edition, Coin & Currency Institute, 2009, pp. 766, richly illustrated, 28 cm, card. and.

    Insignificant traces of use on the first cards, otherwise in perfect condition.

    The currency in Rome and Italy,...


    Silvana Balbi de Caro, Money in Rome and Italy. Presentation by Antonio Fazio, 3 vols. + 1 fasc. for presentation, Bank of Italy, Rome 1993, pp. 737 overall, richly illustrated in color with beautiful images, 32 cm, binding in all canvas ed., Silver stamped titles, dust jacket and slipcase.

    Volume I: Rome and money, pp. 239.

    Volume II: Coins and peoples in Italy in the Middle Ages, pp. 239.

    Volume III: Principles and coins in modern Italy, pp. 239.

    Presentation booklet: Money in Rome and Italy, pp. 20.

    Slight halo on the casket, otherwise volumes in excellent condition.