Sales catalogs

    Roman imperial coins

    €55.00

    Mario Ratto, Roman imperial coins in gold, silver, bronze, on public auction on January 19, 1956, Arti Grafica Pezzini, Milan 1956, pp. 48, 15 tablets covered with tissue paper, cm 26, br. and.

    The catalog features 360 high quality coins.

    Attached is the list of evaluation prices and the list of hammer prices.

    Minimal traces of use on the paperback, otherwise in excellent condition.

    Magnaguti Collection, Ex Nummis...

    €170.00

    P. & P. Santamaria, Collection of Count Alessandro Magnaguti, Ex Nummis Historia, vol. XI, Coins and medals of the Roman pontiffs, P. & P. Santamaria Editori in Rome, Rome 1956, pp. XXII, 93, 11 pl. placed in a side pocket covered with tissue, cm 28, br. and.

    Edition of 550 copies.

    The volume presents 518 coins and medals of the Roman pontiffs.

    In excellent condition. Rare.

    Magnaguti Collection, Ex Nummis...

    €125.00

    P. & P. Santamaria, Collection of Count Alessandro Magnaguti, Ex Nummis Historia, vol. X, Coins of the House of Savoy and of the Italian Risorgimento, P. & P. Santamaria Editori in Rome, Rome 1955, pp. VII, 60, 12 tablets placed in a side pocket covered with tissue, cm 28, br. and.

    Edition of 550 copies.

    The volume presents 426 coins of the House of Savoy.

    Attached is the list of evaluation prices.

    In excellent condition.

    Magnaguti Collection, Ex Nummis...

    €125.00

    P. & P. Santamaria, Collection of Count Alessandro Magnaguti, Ex Nummis Historia, vol. VII, The Gonzagas in their coins and medals, Part I, Dominant branch on Montova sul Monferrato and in France, P. & P. Santamaria Editori in Rome, Rome 1957, pp. XV, 198 with a splendid noble coat of arms on the front door, 37 tablets. placed in a side pocket covered with tissue, cm 28, br. and.

    Edition of 550 copies.

    The volume presents 989 Gonzaga coins and medals.

    In excellent condition.

    Magnaguti Collection, Ex Nummis...

    €90.00

    P. & P. Santamaria, Collection of Count Alessandro Magnaguti, Ex Nummis Historia, vol. VI, Coins of the Italian Lordships. The Italian Grand Masters of the Gerosolimitano Order, P. & P. Santamaria Editori in Rome, Rome 1954, pp. VIII, 67, 20 pl. placed in the side pocket, cm 28, br. and.

    Edition of 550 copies.

    The volume presents 394 lots of coins of medieval and modern Italian mints, of which 152 of the ancient Italian lords, Paleologi, Fieschi, Saluzzo, Visconti, Sforza, 239 of the most recent lords, Grimaldi, Spinola, Radicati, Trivulzio, and 3 of the great masters of the Gerosolimitano Order.

    The catalog is enhanced by an attached document which specifies the products and surnames of the buyers, consisting of 4 typewritten sheets.

    Indication of possession in elegant handwriting on the front cover.

    In excellent condition.

    Magnaguti Collection, Ex Nummis...

    €95.00

    P. & P. Santamaria, Collection of Count Alessandro Magnaguti, Ex Nummis Historia, vol. IX, The medals of the Gonzaga, P. & P. Santamaria Editori in Rome, Rome 1965, pp. XV, 168, 38 plates, 28 cm, elegant half leather binding with titles and threads in gold on the spine, paperback ed.

    Edition of 600 copies of which the first 50 are numbered and signed by the author. This specimen is no. 38 and bears Magnaguti's signature on the reverse of the title page.

    The work features 277 Gonzaga medals.

    In excellent condition.

    Depoletti Collection, First and...

    €480.00

    Luigi Capobianchi, Depoletti Collection, Part One, Catalog of medieval and modern Italian coins, 27 February 1882, Artero and C., Rome 1882, pp. IV, 96, 1 beautiful pl. lithographic reproducing coins, cm 23, br. and.

    In addition: Luigi Capobianchi, Depoletti Collection, Second Part, Catalog of the coins of the Roman emperors, 6 March 1882, Rome Printing and Library, Rome 1882, pp. VIII, 159 with beautiful head, 1 splendid pl. lithographic reproducing coins, cm 23, br. and.

    The Second Part is embellished by the indication of the creations in elegant coeval handwriting, next to each lot, and notes relating to the sale.

    Attached is a long and very interesting letter, dated Palombara April 22, 1882, in which the writer, having personally participated in the auction, communicates unpublished information on the conduct of the auction to a titled numismatist. For example, he claims to have bought one of the most important coins at auction, the gold Julius Caesar, and that immediately after having collected it he would have received extraordinary economic offers from America, refusing them. The letter also contains information of scientific interest, such as those relating to a treasure trove of 900 consular coins found in the Marcellino area. The Greek and Roman republican coins of the Depoletti Collection were presented in an additional section to the catalog, not included here.

    Slight signs of aging and minimal lacks on the back of the First Part, otherwise in excellent condition with solid bindings.

    Together unique and of great interest.

    Collection Theodor Prowe

    €85.00

    Bruder Egger, Auctions-Catalog der Sammlung griechischer, romischer und byzantinischer Munzen des Herrn Theodor Prowe in Moskau, 28 November 1904, Bruder Egger, Wien 1904, pp. IV, 164 with beautiful headboards, 15 plates, 28 cm, br. and. protected by coeval blank paper.

    The catalog presents Greek, Roman and Byzantine coins for a total of 3078 lots. In particular, there are: 282 pieces of Italian mints; 1833 of Greece, Asia, Africa and Europe; 307 Roman consular denarii; 738 Roman imperial coins; 218 Byzantine coins. There are several tetradrams present and 4 decadrams. In the consular series, various auras stand out for their beauty. In the imperial series, in addition to the aurei, there are sesterces and an interesting series of contoured medallions.

    Text embellished by the indication of the achievements, in elegant coeval handwriting, next to each lot.

    Minimal abrasion on the upper edge of the first cards without losses, traces of use, however overall the volume in a more than acceptable state of conservation and perfectly usable.

    Rare.

    Kunst und munzen, 32 price...

    €78.00

    Kunst und munzen, 32 fixed price lists, 1971-1984, richly illustrated.

    In excellent condition.

    Finarte, 35 catalogs in 10...

    €160.00

    Finarte, 35 auction catalogs in 10 vols., 1969-1983, richly illustrated, elegant leatherette binding with gold titles on the spine and slipcase.

    The lot includes the following catalogs: 65, 78, 87, 92, 126, 127, 146, 156 (2), 166, 176, 185, 189, 197, 208, 220, 221, 227, 232, 244, 247, 254, 263, 264, 269, 277, 292, 309, 320, 325, 335, 349, 368, 379, 385.

    Attached are the hammer price lists.

    In perfect condition.

    Finarte, 5 catalogs, 1978-1980

    €10.00

    Finarte, 5 auction catalogs, 1978-1980, richly illustrated, br. and.

    The lot includes the following catalogs: 277 of 9 November 1978, 309 of 3 May 1979, 320 of 15 November 1979, 325 of 13 December 1979, 335 of 30 April 1980.

    In excellent condition.

    Ars et nummus, 30 price lists,...

    €60.00

    Ars et nummus by Giuseppe Nascia, 30 fixed price lists, 1964-1977, richly illustrated.

    In excellent condition.

    Gold and silver coins

    €20.00

    Spink & Son, Gold and Silver Coins, 16-17 October 1974, Spink & Son Ltd, London 1974, pp. 246, richly illustrated with beautiful color images and enlargements, 25 cm, full-length editorial binding with slipcase.

    Attached is the list of hammer prices.

    The catalog presents 985 lots of gold and silver coins from Europe and abroad. 360 lots of important coins of Italian mints and of the House of Savoy are included.

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

    Lombardy-Veneto

    €24.00

    Varesi, Lombardy-Veneto, auction no. 62 (30 April 2013), Pime Typography, Pavia 2013, pp. 88, richly illustrated in col., 25 cm, cart. and.

    The catalog presents 791 lots and is of fundamental importance for the study of the coins of the Austrian domination in northern Italy, from Charles VI of Habsburg to Unity.

    New one.

    Coins by collection

    €18.00

    Montenapoleone, Coins by collection. Greek coins. Roman coins. Byzantine coins. Coins of medieval, modern and contemporary Italian mints. Foreign coins, auction no. 7 (May 28-29, 1986), General Offset, Milan 1986, pp. 69, 47 plates, cm 30, br. and.

    Attached is the list of evaluation prices.

    In excellent condition.

    Coins and Medals per Collection

    €20.00

    Montenapoleone, Coins and Medals per Collection. Coins of the Aes Grave. Roman coins of the Republic and the Empire. Coins of the Eastern Empire. Coins of medieval, modern and contemporary Italian mints. Papal medals, auction no. 6 (February 26-28, 1985), Tip. PUG, Milan 1985, pp. 133, 80 plates, cm 30, br. and.

    Attached is the list of evaluation prices. In excellent condition.