Antonio Pagani, Proofs and projects of Italian coins or minted in Italy from the French invasion to the present day (1796-1955). Popular governments. Napoleonic rule. Restorations. Kingdoms. Ducati. Grand Duchies. Papal state. Provisional Governments. Kingdom of Italy and colonies. San Marino. Vatican CITY. Italian Republic and Somalia (AFIS). Albania, Mario Ratto Numismatic Publisher, Milan 1957, pp. VIII, 160, richly illustrated, 29 cm, br. and.
Very slight traces of use on the paperback, otherwise in excellent condition.
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.
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.
Rodolfo Martini, The Austrian period coinage of the Milan mint in the Civic numismatic collections of Milan from 1781 to 1859 (Joseph II of Habsburg-Lorraine, Leopold II of Habsburg-Lorraine, Francis II of Habsburg-Lorraine, Francis I of Habsburg, Ferdinand I of Habsburg, Provisional Government, Francesco Giuseppe of Habsburg-Lorraine), Civic numismatic collections, Milan 1996, pp. 92, 27 plates, 24 cm, br. and.
In excellent condition. Extremely rare.
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.
2007 Standard Catalog of World Coins. 2001-Date, Premiere edition, Krause, 2006, pp. 314, richly illustrated, 29 cm, br. and.
Very slight traces of use on the first cards, otherwise in perfect condition.
Catalog of coins and banknotes. Kingdom of Sardinia, Kingdom of Italy, Italian Republic, Bolaffi, 2009, pp. 340, richly illustrated, 28 cm, br. and.
In perfect condition.
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.
Unusual World Coins. Companion volume to Standard Catalog of World Coins, 6th edition, Krause, 2011, pp. 742, richly illustrated, 29 cm, br. and.
In excellent condition.
Standard Catalog of World Coins. 19th Century 1801-1900, 4th edition, Kb books, 2004, pp. 1280, richly illustrated, 29 cm, br. and.
Minimal traces of use, otherwise in more than good condition.