A lberto Trivero, Credit notes and monetary policy of royal Savoy finances, Cultural Association Italia numismatica, Formia 2009, pp. 128, ill., Cm 24, br. and.
Nummus et historia series, 17.
Franco Gavello, Claudio Bugani, Lireuro. Bank of Italy tickets. Volume of paper money, Tipoarte, Bologna 1998, pp. 189, richly illustrated, 22 cm, leatherette ed. with gold titles on the spine and on the front plate.
Volume embellished with a long dedication by the authors to the first guard card.
In excellent condition.
Maurice Kolsky, Les billets des DOM-TOM des origines a nos jours, Edition L'Aureus, La Roche sur Yon 1986, pp. 232, richly illustrated, 25 cm, cart. and.
Insignificant lack of a few millimeters at the upper edge of the spine, very slight traces of use, the rest volume in excellent condition.
Maurice Muszynski, Les assignats de la Révolution Française, Edition Le Landit, Bruyeres le Chatel 1981, pp. 163, richly illustrated, 25 cm, cart. and.
Slight traces of use, otherwise in excellent condition.
Deux siècles de papier monnaie français 1789-1989, Edition L'Aureus, La Roche sur Yon 1989, pp. 192, richly illustrated, 25 cm, cart. and. Catalog of the exhibition held in Nice Acropolis from 15 March to 4 April 1989. Slight traces of use to the binding, otherwise in excellent condition.
Claude Fayette, Les billets francais du Dix-Neuvieme Sicle. Répertoire des dates de creation. Tome A, Edition L'Aureus, Jard sur Mer 1990, pp. 206, richly illustrated, 25 cm, cart. and.
In addition: Claude Fayette, Les billets francais du Vingtième Siècle. Répertoire des dates de creation. Tome B, Edition L'Aureus, Jard sur Mer 1990, pp. 316, richly illustrated, 25 cm, cart. and.
The two volumes (A and B) propose a valid classification of the paper money issued by the Banque de France from 1800 to 1990.
In excellent condition. Uncommon together.
Virginia Hewitt, Beauty and the banknote. Images of women on paper money, Published for the Trustees of the British Museum by British Museum Press, London 1994, pp. 64, richly illustrated, 25 cm, br. and.
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.
Paolo Lepanto Boldrini, Paper money and economic progress, Felice Le Monnier Editore, Florence 1934, pp. 238, cm 24, br. and.
From the Index: Banknote and crisis; The compulsory tender in Italy; The value of money and the investment of savings; Capitalism and corporatism. New currency and new wealth; Buying capacity; Speed of circulation and credit; Public works and loans; The independence of thought; Bourgeois socialistomania.
Stamp of the author on the title page.
Intonso and in excellent condition.
Guido Crapanzano, Ermelindo Giulianini, Gerardo Vendemia, The Italian paper money. Corpus notarum pecuniariarum Italiae, Volume one. 2019-2020, XI ed., Sn, sl 2018, pp. 352, richly illustrated, 21 cm, br. and.
Ezzelino Magli, Out of course paper money in the author's collection. With an introduction to the catalog of Carlo Zangarini, Libreria L. Cappelli, Bologna 1937, pp. XI, 290, richly illustrated, 23 cm, br. and.
Intonso and in an exceptional state of conservation.
Very rare on the market
The coins of Cuba in the history of the country, Litostampa, Milan 1979, pp. 116, richly illustrated, 23 cm, br. and.
Catalog of the exhibition held in Rome in 1979.
Slight traces of use on the paperback, otherwise in good condition.
Salvatore Consoli Vasta, Studies on public loans and paper money, by Nicola Jovene Libraio-Editore, Naples 1879, pp. IV, 348, 20 cm, br. and.
There are several interesting chapters, including: Nature and variety of public loans; Financial state of Italy from 1860 to 1872; Paper money; Difference between banknote and metallic currency; Bill of 1844; Governments issue the card in their own name or appoint one or more banks; Influence on paper money; Law's system and other systems based on ordinary paper circulation; The international exchange; History of paper money in: France, England, Russia, Austria, America, Italy; The legal tender in Italy from 1870 to 1875; Discussion in parliament in May 1876 between the partisans and the opponents of the bank unit; The Depretis project; etc.
A few very small defects on the edges of the paperback, otherwise intact and in excellent condition.
Work of extreme rarity, missing in all specialized libraries repertoriate.
Les Grimaldi à travers leurs monneies, Editions Victor Gadoury, Monaco 1997, pp. 100, richly illustrated, 21 cm, br. and.
Price list indicating the value of the coins based on the state of conservation.