Periodicals

    Numismatics and related...

    €68.00

    Numismatics and related sciences, P. & P. Santamaria, Rome, a. V, no. 1, January-February 1939, pp. 30, richly illustrated, 30 cm.

    From the Summary: Nicola Borrelli, Furio Lenzi; Lodovico Laffranchi, The numismatics of Leontius II. Study on a period of Italo-Byzantine coinage; Tommaso Siciliano, Some Napoleonid medals; Numismatic bibliography; Numismatics pleasant; Medalist; Reviews; etc.

    In addition: Numismatics and related sciences, P. & P. Santamaria, Rome, a. V, no. 2, March-April 1939, pp. 31-62, richly illustrated, 30 cm.

    From the Summary: Count Alessandro Magnaguti, From the stater to the ducatone and vice versa (episode 7). Our mines; Bianco Pompeo, Considerations on a rare coin of the mint of Genoa; Bibliography; Medalist; Numismatics pleasant; Questions from readers; etc.

    In addition: Numismatics and related sciences, P. & P. Santamaria, Rome, a. V, no. 3, May-June 1939, pp. 63-86, richly illustrated, 30 cm.

    From the Summary: G. Valentini SJ, Vestige of Manfredi of Hohenstaufen King of Sicily and lord of Romania in Albania; N. Borrelli, The coins of ancient Albania; Bibliography; Medalist; Questions from readers, etc.

    In addition: Numismatics and related sciences, P. & P. Santamaria, Rome, a. V, no. 4, July-August 1939, pp. 87-114, richly illustrated, 30 cm.

    From the Summary: Domenico Priori, Notes on the Larinate mint; Lodovico Laffranchi, The numismatics of Leontius II. Study on a period of Italo-Byzantine coinage; Nicola Borrelli, Anchor of the 10 false Tornesi of Francesco II Borbone coined in Rome with the date 1859; Giacinto Cerrato, Of a curious medal by Carlo Solaro dei Signori di Moretta; Medalist; Numismatics pleasant; Fifty years ago; Questions from readers; etc.

    In addition: Numismatics and related sciences, P. & P. Santamaria, Rome, a. V, no. 5-6, September-December 1939, pp. 115-170, richly illustrated, 30 cm.

    From the Summary: Nicola Borrelli, The Numismatics Competition in an Archaeological Question. Synope of Paphlagonia and Synope Campana; Angelo Meliu, Rare Bronzes from Cyrenaica; G. Valentini SJ, Numismatics in Albania. Experiences of a collector; Conte Alessandro Magnaguti, From stater to ducatone and vice versa (episode 7). Our mines (part 2); Carlo Prota, Essays of coins of the Neapolitan mint; Medalist; Numismatics pleasant; Fifty years ago; Questions from readers; etc.

    The five issues make up the entire publication of this important magazine for the year 1939.

    Overall in excellent condition, rare together.

    Numismatics and related...

    €68.00

    Numismatics and related sciences, P. & P. Santamaria, Rome, a. IV, n. 1, January-February 1938, pp. 1-24, richly illustrated, 30 cm.

    From the Summary: Carlo Albizzati, Two carvings of Italic art; Angelo Meliu, Berenice II Queen of Cyrenaica; Ettore Mengarini, Note on the three Royal coins struck by Charles V in the mint of Cagliari (1517-1556); Numismatic bibliography; Reviews; etc.

    In addition: Numismatics and related sciences, P. & P. Santamaria, Rome, a. IV, n. 2, March-April 1938, pp. 25-48, richly illustrated, 30 cm.

    From the Summary: Ph. Lederer, The minting of the bronze of the Fourth Republic of Syracuse; Conte Alessandro Magnaguti, From the stater to the ducatone and vice versa (episode 6). Reflections on the conservation of coins; Lodovico Laffranchi - The Auguste of the Antonines. Numismatic chronology essay; Pompeo Bianco, Different chronological attribution of the Minute Ianua Q. D. P. of the mint of Genoa; Numismatic bibliography; Reviews; etc.

    In addition: Numismatics and related sciences, P. & P. Santamaria, Rome, a. IV, n. 3, May-June 1938, pp. 49-72, richly illustrated, 30 cm.

    From the Summary: Angelo Meliu, An unpublished coin from Barce in Cyrenaica; Lodovico Laffranchi, The Auguste of the Antonines. Numismatic chronology essay; Nicola Borrelli, Monetari of ancient Rome (three illustrious personalities who linked their name to Campania) Munazio Planco, Sempronio Atratino, Emilio Scauro; Giacinto Cerrato, The medal of Emanuele Filiberto Pingone, baron of Cusy, lord of Prémeisel, historian and Savoyard referendary; Numismatic bibliography; Reviews; etc.

    In addition: Numismatics and related sciences, P. & P. Santamaria, Rome, a. IV, n. 4, July-August 1938, pp. 73-92, richly illustrated, 30 cm.

    From the Summary: Lodovico Laffranchi, The numismatics of Leontius II. Study on a period of Italo-Byzantine coinage; Giacinto Cerrato, Contribution to the coinage of the Duke of Savoy Charles II; Ernesto Santamaria, Aspects and aspirations of the numismatic trade in Italy; Numismatic bibliography; Recent forgery; Numismatics pleasant; Reviews; etc.

    In addition: Numismatics and related sciences, P. & P. Santamaria, Rome, a. IV, n. 5-6, September-December 1938, pp. 93-124, 2 plates, richly illustrated, 30 cm.

    From the Summary: GE Rizzo, The knights of Gela (with two splendid tables); Alberto Santamaria, Notes on the oldest coinage in Rome; Medal for Vittorio Putti; Numismatic bibliography; Recent forgery; Numismatics pleasant; Reviews; etc.

    The five issues make up the entire publication of this important magazine for the year 1938.

    Overall in excellent condition, rare together.

    Numismatic Chronicle, 36 issues,...

    €85.00

    Numismatic Chronicle, Eder, Naples, 36 issues, from no. 4 (December 1989) under no. 38 + Supplement of (January 1993), thousands of illustrations and plates, 30 cm.

    The lot includes issues dating back to the dawn of the magazine edited by Mario Traina which saw the collaboration of the most expert numismatics of the time. Hundreds of articles concerning every area of numismatics, also interesting are the sections dedicated to current events that allow you to grasp aspects and curiosities of Italian numismatic life in the early 1990s.

    Together in excellent condition and rare.

    Numismatic Italy, 105 numbers,...

    €260.00

    Numismatic Italy, directed by Oscar Rinaldi, Casteldario, aa. I-XX, 105 numbers, 1950-1969, thousands of illustrations and plates, 36 cm.

    The lot includes the following numbers:

    1950, 9 numbers: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7-8, 9, 10, 11-12.

    1951, 9 numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11-12.

    1955, 7 numbers: 2, 3, 4, 7-8, 9, 10, 11-12.

    1956, 7 numbers: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7-8, 9, 11-12.

    1957, 3 numbers: 9, 10, 11.

    1960, 1 number: 3.

    1962, 10 issues, complete year.

    1964, 10 issues, complete year.

    1965, 10 issues, complete year.

    1966, 10 issues, complete year.

    1967, 9 numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7-8, 9, 10, 11-12.

    1968, 10 issues, complete year.

    1969, 10 issues, complete year.

    Among the many articles present, we note: G. Perantoni Satta, Variety of coins minted by the mint of Cagliari; G. Cirami, The Roman cult; R. Fuchs, From barter to money in ancient Rome; M. Leogrande, Sibari; M. Bernocchi, A medieval coin: the populace; M. Leogrande, Crotone; Coins of the Anschluss. Guidelines on the coinage of the Austrian Republic; G. Cirami, The Secular Ludi; G. Bruni, Catanzaro and its coins; A. Pistoni, The coins and paper money of the Roman Republic; O. Murari, A storage room of large fake aquiline money from Padua in the Civic Museum of Verona; G. Pini, Lorenzo the Magnificent in a rare medal; F. Di Bello, Velia or Elea ?; News on the fiat course of paper money; M. Leogrande, Aquileja; R. Fuchs, On Celtic coinage, in particular Celtiberian coinage; G. Cirami, Roman colonial coinage; G. Pini, Matilde di Canossa and relations with Mantua, a rebel city; G. Bascapè, The keys of St. Peter; OR, A little-known initials of an engraver under Pope Julius II; Czechoslovakian medalists; J. Tricou, About the coins of Guy Blanchefort Grand master of Rhodes; A. Minì, Historical notes on the Monte dei Paschi di Siena; J. Rosen, Coins of Biblical Times; M. Bernocchi, The Florin of Florence; G. Bascapè, The medals of the Holy Years; F. Vaccaro, Aksumita numismatic typology; W. Goetze, Numismatic Passion of the Emperor Septimius Severus; G. Pini, Notes on the first four 25-year jubilees mentioned on the coins; A particular historical period of the Bolognese Risorgimento recalled by an unpublished papetto by Pius IX; Duke Odoardo Farnese and his mint maker Lodovico Fermi working in the Piacenza workshop; G. Pesce, The shield of Louis XII coined in Genoa in 1507; F. Vaccaro, Aksumita numismatic typology; J. Tricou, Some unpublished Piedmontese coins from the Lyon Museum; L. Sachero, Contoured and hammered bronzes; The pieforts are reunited in France; G. Pini, The conspiracy against Duke Pier Luigi Farnese; RF, Coins of necessity issued by the city of Landau during the sieges of 1702 and 1713; R. Fuchs, The porcelain coins; G. Miscosi, The destruction of Genoa in 205 BC by Magone; R. Fuchs, Of some fourteenth-century seals of Trieste; G. Tabarroni, Celestial and terrestrial globes on Roman coins; V. Johnson, Portraits of Contemporary Medalists; G. Chiapusso, An unpublished Venetian osella that recalls the last victorious battle with the Turks; A. Fiandra, The strange and adventurous history of our lira; OR, How numismatics takes place in Italy; C. Parlato, Medal of the Ptolemies of Siena; French medalists; AR, Quantities of coins minted by the Italian mint; Leogrande, The Mint of Milan; W. Goetze, The coins of necessity of the city of Thale (Prussia); C. Brugnoni, Augusto Ottaviano; M. Leogrande, The mint of Fano; V. Pialorsi, A look at Brescia's medals; G. Tabarroni, Celestial and terrestrial globes on Roman coins; C. Gamberini di Scarfea, About unpublished rotating cones used by the Roman Republic 1797-99; Historical events of Guastalla; G. Guidetti, Isabellian coins of concord during the two diets of Mantua 1611-1612; J. Tricou, Unpublished coins of Italian mints; R. Fuchs, Medals, coins and tickets to honor J. Wolfgang Von Goethe; A. Abbiati, The Trieste mint in the 13th century; R. Fuchs, Monetary art in Hungary from the 11th to the 20th century; etc

    There are several sections of the magazine dedicated to current events that allow us to grasp aspects and curiosities of Italian numismatic life at the turn of the fifties and sixties of the twentieth century.

    Number 6 from 1950 unattached, otherwise together in excellent condition.

    Numismatic Italy, 10 issues,...

    €30.00

    Numismatic Italy, directed by Oscar Rinaldi, Casteldario, a. XX, 10 numbers, 1969, richly illustrated, 36 cm.

    The ten numbers make up the whole published for the year 1969.

    The year presents hundreds of articles concerning every area of numismatics, also interesting are the sections dedicated to current events that allow us to grasp aspects and curiosities of the Italian numismatic life of the 1960s. Note the following articles: W. Goetze, The coins of necessity of the city of Thale (Prussia); C. Brugnoni, Augusto Ottaviano; M. Leogrande, The mint of Fano; V. Pialorsi, A look at Brescia's medals; G. Tabarroni, Celestial and terrestrial globes on Roman coins; C. Gamberini di Scarfea, About unpublished rotating cones used by the Roman Republic 1797-99; Historical events of Guastalla; G. Guidetti, Isabellian coins of concord during the two diets of Mantua 1611-1612; J. Tricou, Unpublished coins of Italian mints; R. Fuchs, Medals, coins and tickets to honor J. Wolfgang Von Goethe; A. Abbiati, The Trieste mint in the 13th century; R. Fuchs, Monetary art in Hungary from the 11th to the 20th century; etc.

    Excellent general condition.

    Numismatic Italy, 10 issues,...

    €30.00

    Numismatic Italy, directed by Oscar Rinaldi, Casteldario, a. XIX, 10 issues, 1968, richly illustrated, 36 cm.

    The ten numbers make up the whole published for the year 1968.

    The year presents hundreds of articles concerning every area of numismatics, also interesting are the sections dedicated to current events that allow us to grasp aspects and curiosities of the Italian numismatic life of the 1960s.

    Note the following articles: G. Tabarroni, Celestial and terrestrial globes on Roman coins; V. Johnson, Portraits of Contemporary Medalists; G. Chiapusso, An unpublished Venetian osella that recalls the last victorious battle with the Turks; A. Fiandra, The strange and adventurous history of our lira; OR, How numismatics takes place in Italy; C. Parlato, Medal of the Ptolemies of Siena; French medalists; AR, Quantities of coins minted by the Italian mint; Leogrande, The Mint of Milan; etc.

    Excellent general condition.

    Numismatic Italy, 10 issues,...

    €30.00

    Numismatic Italy, directed by Oscar Rinaldi, Casteldario, a. XVIII, 10 numbers, 1967, richly illustrated, 36 cm.

    The ten numbers make up the whole published for the year 1967.

    The year presents hundreds of articles concerning every area of numismatics, also interesting are the sections dedicated to current events that allow us to grasp aspects and curiosities of the Italian numismatic life of the 1960s. Note the following articles: G. Pesce, The shield of Louis XII coined in Genoa in 1507; F. Vaccaro, Aksumita numismatic typology; J. Tricou, Some unpublished Piedmontese coins from the Lyon Museum; L. Sachero, Contoured and hammered bronzes; The pieforts are reunited in France; G. Pini, The conspiracy against Duke Pier Luigi Farnese; RF, Coins of necessity issued by the city of Landau during the sieges of 1702 and 1713; R. Fuchs, The porcelain coins; G. Miscosi, The destruction of Genoa in 205 BC by Magone; R. Fuchs, Of some fourteenth-century seals of Trieste; etc.

    Excellent general condition.

    Numismatic Italy, 10 issues,...

    €30.00

    Numismatic Italy, directed by Oscar Rinaldi, Casteldario, a. XVI, 10 numbers, 1965, richly illustrated, 36 cm.

    The ten numbers make up the whole published for the year 1965.

    The year presents hundreds of articles concerning every area of numismatics, also interesting are the sections dedicated to current events that allow us to grasp aspects and curiosities of the Italian numismatic life of the 1960s. Note the following articles: G. Cirami, I Ludi Secolari; G. Bruni, Catanzaro and its coins; A. Pistoni, The coins and paper money of the Roman Republic; O. Murari, A storage room of large fake aquiline money from Padua in the Civic Museum of Verona; G. Pini, Lorenzo the Magnificent in a rare medal; F. Di Bello, Velia or Elea ?; News on the fiat course of paper money; M. Leogrande, Aquileja; R. Fuchs, On Celtic Coinage, in particular Celtiberian Coinage; G. Cirami, Roman colonial coinage; G. Pini, Matilde di Canossa and relations with Mantua, a rebel city; etc.

    Excellent general condition.

    Numismatic Italy, 10 issues,...

    €30.00

    Numismatic Italy, directed by Oscar Rinaldi, Casteldario, a. XV, 10 numbers, 1964, richly illustrated, 36 cm.

    The ten numbers make up the whole published for the year 1964.

    The year presents hundreds of articles concerning every area of numismatics, also interesting are the sections dedicated to current events that allow us to grasp aspects and curiosities of the Italian numismatic life of the 1960s. Note the following articles: G. Perantoni Satta, Variety of coins minted by the mint of Cagliari; G. Cirami, The Roman cult; R. Fuchs, From barter to money in ancient Rome; M. Leogrande, Sibari; M. Bernocchi, A medieval coin: the populace; M. Leogrande, Crotone; Coins of the Anschluss. Guidelines on the coinage of the Austrian Republic; etc.

    Excellent general condition.

    Numismatic Italy, 7 issues,...

    €20.00

    Numismatic Italy, directed by Oscar Rinaldi, Casteldario, a. IX, n. 9, 9 September 1958, pp. 113-128, ill., 35 cm; to. IX, n. 10, 10 October 1958, pp. 129-144, ill., 35 cm; to. X, no. 3, March 3, 1959, pp. 33-48, ill., 35 cm; to. X, no. 11-12, November-December 1959, pp. 149-168, ill., 35 cm; to. XI, n. 3, March 1960, pp. 29-44, ill., 35 cm; to. XI, n. 4, April 1960, pp. 45-60, ill., 35 cm; to. XII, n. 11-12, November-December 1961, pp. 149-168, ill., 35 cm.

    Lot comprising 7 numbers.

    The following articles are very interesting: R. Ciferri, Seriation attempt of the Norman and Swabian tarì of Italy; G. Magli, Giovanni Antonio Orsini del Balzo and the mint of Lecce. Also noted: R Cappelli, The coinage of Julius Caesar; R. Cappelli, Eliogabalo and the black stone; V. Cappi, Mirandolese numismatic annotations. Above a test by Giovan Francesco Pico (1515-1533); G. Gamberini, 2 lire coin 1884 variant; A. Atria, Further observations on 20 lire 1957; A. Meliu, Historical coins; A. Meliu, The coins of Cyrene and the Silfio; G. Pini, The money of Masegra. Several sections dedicated to current events that allow you to grasp aspects and curiosities of the Italian numismatic life at the turn of the fifties and sixties of the twentieth century.

    Excellent general condition.

    Numismatic studies, fasc. I, 1940

    €80.00

    Numismatic studies, The State Library, Rome, vol. I, fasc. I, 1940, pp. 98, richly illustrated, 9 tablets, 27 cm, br. and.

    At the top of the title page: R. Italian Institute of Numismatics. From the Index: De Vecchi di Val Cismon, Corpus Nummorum Italicorum; SL Cesano, Il Medagliere of the Archaeological Museum of Syracuse; SL Cesano, A new golden medallion of Theodosius I and the figure of Constantinopolis; SL Cesano, A gold medallion of Libio Severus and the last coin of Imperial Rome.

    This is the first issue of the two published for this sought-after periodical.

    In excellent condition. Very rare.

    Numismatic Studies, 1940-1942,...

    €180.00

    Numismatic studies, The State Library, Rome, vol. I, fasc. I, 1940, pp. 98, richly illustrated, 9 tablets, 27 cm, br. and.

    At the top of the title page: R. Italian Institute of Numismatics.

    From the Index: De Vecchi di Val Cismon, Corpus Nummorum Italicorum; SL Cesano, Il Medagliere of the Archaeological Museum of Syracuse; SL Cesano, A new golden medallion of Theodosius I and the figure of Constantinopolis; SL Cesano, A gold medallion of Libio Severus and the last coin of Imperial Rome.

    In addition: Numismatic studies, The State Library, Rome, vol. I, fasc. II, 1942, pp. 346, richly illustrated, 27 cm, br. and.

    At the top of the title page: R. Italian Institute of Numismatics.

    From the Index: De Vecchi di Val Cismon, Corpus Nummorum Italicorum; SL Cesano, Il Medagliere of the Archaeological Museum of Syracuse; R. Paribeni, Eeneo medallion of Antinous reworked; M. Nugent, The Corpus Nummorum Italicorum.

    Both texts make up the entire published for this periodical.

    In excellent condition. Very rare set.

    Italian numismatic magazine, 2004

    €34.00

    Italian journal of numismatics and related sciences. Founded by Solone Ambrosoli in 1888. Published by the Italian Numismatic Society in Milan, Milan, 2004, pp. 583, richly illustrated, 25 cm, br. and.

    From the Index: MA METLICH, Fundmünzen der Österreichischen Grabungen in Velia. A. SAVIO, The Phrygian cap of freedom in Roman numismatic documentation and its transformation during the French Revolution. L. TRAVAINI, Discovery of an axis of Malaca from Mantua. S. CAPPELLETTI, The Jewish campaign in Vespasian's coinage. M. PISLARU, Monetary finds in the principia of the legionary castrum of Potaissa (Dacia). R. CONTON, The reverse with the bull in the bronzes of Giuliano. AL MORELLI, Rare issues and counterfeits: a nucleus of late imperial coins from the "Ala Ponzone" Museum in Cremona. A. DEGASPERI, The numismatic finds from the Pratesi excavation in Empoli. F. CASILLO, The monetary finds from the territory of Fanum Fortunae. S. BUSSI, Monetary economics in Kellis (Great Oasis, Egypt)? MA METLICH, Ein Minimihort aus der Zeit des Untergangs der Ostgoten. J. BAKER - P. CALABRIA, Filignano (IS): late medieval coins. L. PASSERA, Issues of the Counts of Gorizia: a new chronological proposal. H. RIZZOLLI, Lienz coins in the light of new treasures and individual finds. R. BETTI - A. MONTAGANO - M. SOZZI - R. VILLORESI, Big six and twenty denari ... in an Orvieto document dated 1318. F. SAETTI, The "portrait of the warrior" on two coins of the Italian Renaissance. B. PASZKIEWICZ, The present cascia are bags 90 to thousand ducats ... Queen Bona of Poland's Treasure. L. MEZZAROBA, The annexation of Venice to Italy (1866) through medals. V. NIZZO, The Ugento mint: history of studies and analysis of production. S. BUSSI, Cereals of Egypt: the problem of pistikion. EM SEGARRA, The numismatic collection of the Museo historico nacional de Montevideo. M. TRAINA, In Pectore Troia or in Ectore Troia? G. GIROLA, Two letters from Abyssinia for Gaetano Cattaneo.

    Very good condition.

    Ticinum, n. 2, 2005

    €12.00

    Ticinum. Numismatic news, Bulletin of the Pavese Association of Numismatics and Medallions, Pavia, a. VI, n. 2 (17), September 2005, pp. 36, richly illustrated, 24 cm, br. and.

    From the Index: An unpublished coin by Edoardo Conte di Savoia; The remains of the battle of Pavia; From the Pegasi Auction catalog; Savoyard coins; Public buildings in the coins of ancient Rome; Text of the conference held in Montecatini on 5-10-1968 by prof. Rosé Panvini.

    In perfect condition.

    Ticinum, 1, 2007

    €12.00

    Ticinum. Numismatic news, Bulletin of the Pavese Association of Numismatics and Medallions, Pavia, a. VIII, n. 1 (21), June 2007, pp. 52, richly illustrated, 23 cm, br. and.

    From the Index: Ticinum-Papia between anvil and hammer; Main Savoyard mints from 1473 to 1675 (II); Profile of Benedict XIV through coins and medals; List of members; Minutes of the meeting.

    In perfect condition.

    Ticinum, n. 3, 2003

    €12.00

    Ticinum. Numismatic news, Bulletin of the Pavese Association of Numismatics and Medallions, Pavia, a. IV, n. 3 (12), September 2003, pp. 31, richly illustrated, cm 24, br. and.

    From the Index: On a Correggio coin; On a proclamation for the prohibition of the Tollars of Leoncino; I luigini, a great scam of the seventeenth century; The gold 50 lire of Genoa; Depictions of saints on Lombard coins; The mint of Florence on display in Milan.

    In perfect condition.