Opus Loredana Pancotto, CNRL Editions, Rome 2022, pp. 94, richly illustrated, 21 cm, br. and.
Catalog of the exhibition held at Palazzo Caetani-Lovatelli in Rome from 15 to 17 September 2022.
Téchne, the forms of art. AIAM XI Exhibition of the medal and art plaque, Rome 2004, pp. 246 with 192 splendid color illustrations, 29 cm, hardcover ed.
Supplement to n. 39 of the Numismatics Bulletin.
Catalog of the exhibition, Rome April-September 2004.
In excellent condition.
Rodolfo Martini, Catalog of the medals of the Civic Numismatic Collections, V, XVIII-XIX Centuries, Part 4, Kingdom of Italy (1861-1900), Vittorio Emanuele II, Umberto I, Municipality of Milan, Culture Museum Sector, Civic Numismatic Collections, Milan 1999, pp. XVIII, 352, richly illustrated, 138 plates, 28 cm, cart. and.
Work of great importance for the study and classification of the medals of Vittorio Emanuele II and Umberto I.
Small signature of possession on the title page.
Very slight traces of use, otherwise in excellent condition.
Rodolfo Martini, Arnaldo Turricchia, Catalog of medals from the Civic Numismatic Collections of Milan, V, 18th-19th centuries, Part 3, Italian states (1815-1860), Kingdom of Sardinia, Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia, Duchy of Modena and Reggio, Duchy of Parma and Piacenza, Republic of San Marino, Grand Duchy of Tuscany, Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, Municipality of Milan, Museums and Exhibitions Culture Sector, Civic Numismatic Collections, Milan 1999, pp. XXIX, 353, richly illustrated, 114 plates, 28 cm, cart. and.
Work of great importance for the study and classification of 19th century Italian medals.
Small signature of possession on the title page.
Slight traces of use, otherwise in excellent condition.
Antonio Santarelli, Of the oldest and rarest coins existing in the city museum of Forlì, Democratic Typography, Forlì 1876, pp. 164, cm 24, br. and.
The lawyer Antonio Santarelli was a member of the Government Commission of Fine Arts, Royal Inspector of excavations and monuments, director of the Pinacoteca and Civic Museums of Forlì. He carried out numerous excavations in the surroundings of Forlì, Villanova, Vecchiazzano and in other places. We owe him the foundation of the first nucleus of what is today the National Archaeological Museum of Sarsina. The Civic Archaeological Museum of Forlì is named after Antonio Santarelli, whose very foundation is due to his work. In this volume, Santarelli describes the ancient, medieval, modern coins and the medieval, modern and pontifical medals preserved in the city museum of Forlì.
In excellent condition. Extremely rare.
Borna Barac, Reference Catalog Orders, Medals and decorations of the world. Instituted until 1945, DG, Part II, Bronze book, Obol, Zagreb 2010, pp. 488, richly illustrated in color, 24 cm, cart. and.
From the Index: Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, England (United Kingdom), Estonia, Ethiopia, Finland, France and Germany from Anhalt to Saxony.
Borna Barac, Reference Catalog Orders, Medals and decorations of the world. Instituted until 1945, AD, Part I, Iron book, Obol, Zagreb 2009, pp. 360, richly illustrated in color, 24 cm, cart. and.
From the Index: Afghanistan, Albania, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, Dahomey. Appendix: Austrian insignia of the First World War, Croatian insignia of the Second World War and Bulgarian insignia.
Jean-Paul Divo, Catalog des médailles de Louis XIV d'après les publications de l'Académie Royale des médailles et des inscriptions (1702 et 1723) et d'après les pièces originales de la collection du Duc de Northumberland, Spink, Zurich 1982 , pp. 125, over 320 reproduced medals, 27 cm, hardcover ed.
The volume presents the medals in chronological order by relating the most important events of the reign of Louis XIV from 1638 to 1715, from his birth to his death. At the end of the volume there is a French translation of the Latin inscriptions and an alphabetical index.
In excellent condition.
International numismatics congress. Rome 11-16 September 1961, 2 volumes, Italian Institute of Numismatics, Rome, pp. 1173 overall, 47 plates, 25 cm, br. and.
At the top of the title page: Commission internationale de numismatique. Italian numismatic institute.
Volume I: Reports, 1961, pp. 435.
Volume II: Proceedings, 1965, pp. XXXII, 706, 47 pl. one of which folded.
Slight traces of use on the paperbacks, otherwise in excellent condition.
Raymond Gailhouste, Numismatique de l'Assurance. Jetons et médailles des chambres d'assurances, Compagnies et caisses de secours de France, Le Léopard d'or, Paris 1986, pp. 310, richly illustrated, 30 cm, br. and.
This is the first, uncommon edition of this work.
Slight traces of use on the paperback, otherwise in excellent condition.
Beatrice Paolozzi Strozzi, Giuseppe Toderi, Fiorenza Vannel Toderi, The coins of the Sienese Republic, Monte dei Paschi di Siena, Siena 1992, pp. 499, richly illustrated in color, 33 cm, beautiful binding in all green canvas ed. with titles and decorations on the spine and on the front plate, dust jacket and slipcase ed.
Very light traces of use, otherwise in excellent condition.
Collectionneurs et collections numismatiques. Monnaies, médailles, jetons, Imprimerie nationale, sl 1968, pp. XXIX, 360, richly illustrated, 1 pl. folded, 24 cm, br. and.
Exhibition held at the Hotel de la Monnaie in Paris from May to September 1968.
Very slight traces of use on the paperback, otherwise in excellent condition.
Attilio Manzoni, Most Serene Republic of Venice 1192-1719. Coins-oselle in silver and gold from the Grosso Matapan by Enrico Dandolo 41st Doge 1192-1205, Numismatic Editions Gima, Villa Fornaci (Mi) 1999, pp. 110, rich in illustrations, 26 cm, half canvas binding ed. with titles on the spine and on the front plate.
Attilio Manzoni, Genoa 1541-1804. Lucca 1551-1847. Parma 1545-1859. Coins with date in silver and gold and some medals, Numismatic Editions Gima, Villa Fornaci (Mi) 2000, pp. 102, rich in illustrations, 26 cm, half canvas binding ed. with titles on the spine and on the front plate. Elegant ex libris on the last card.
Raffaello Mondini, Gleaning between medals and dates (1848-1870-71), Raffaello Giusti Publisher, Livorno 1913, pp. XVII, 479, richly illustrated, 28 cm, elegant binding in all canvas ed. with gold titles within embossed gusset on the back and front plate, sprayed upper cut.
The work is fundamental for the study of Italian Risorgimento medals, presenting a very large number of medals with in-depth historical annotations and continuous references to texts and documents, ranging from the smallest medal of minimal artistic value to the famous masterpieces of the great nineteenth-century engravers.
Slight traces of use on the binding, minimal blooms on cuts, interior in excellent condition.
Franco Bartolotti, The annual medal of the Roman Pontiffs from Paul V to Paul VI (1605-1967), Cosmi graphic factory, Rimini 1967, pp. XXII, 478, richly illustrated, 32 cm, binding in all canvas ed. with gold titles on the back and on the front plate, embossed decorations on the plates.
Elegant ex libris on the back of the front plate and on the title page.
In excellent condition. Rare.