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    Giuffrida, Monetary policy of...

    €100.00
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    De Luca, The coins with Arab...

    €220.00

    Maria Amalia De Luca, The coins with Arab legend of the Municipal Library of Palermo, presentation by Filippo Guttuso, Part I, sn, Palermo 1998, pp. XXXIX, 399, richly illustrated, 31 cm, elegant canvas binding with titles and decorations in gold on the plates and on the spine.

    Aere perennius necklace. Catalogs, 1.

    At the top of the title page: City of Palermo, Department of Culture, Municipal Library.

    Part I was the only one published. Work of relevant scientific interest.

    In perfect condition. Extremely rare.

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    Sambon, Les monnaies antiques de...

    €38.00

    Arthur Sambon, Les monnaies antiques de l'Italie. Etrurie, Ombrie, Picenum, Samnium, Campanie (Cumes et Naples), Forni Editore, Bologna 1969, pp. 467, 5 plates, 25 cm, br. and.

    Anastatic reprint of the 1903 Paris edition.

    In perfect condition.

    Muntoni, The coins of the popes...

    €800.00

    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.

    Very rare.

    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.

    Piccozzi, The Roman imperial...

    €47.00

    Vittorio Piccozzi, The Roman imperial coinage. Monetary systems, mints, chronological, genealogical, iconographic tables, P. & P. Santamaria, Rome 1966, pp. 152, richly illustrated, 9 tablets, 27 cm, binding in all canvas ed. with titles in red on the spine and on the front plate.

    Traces of use to the binding and to the first and last guard paper, otherwise in excellent condition.

    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.

    Barbaran, Roman coins of the...

    €480.00

    Domenico Barbaran, Roman coins of the high empire in bronze of the first and second module, Tip. Foundry and Prem. Stereotype of the Seminary, Padua 1872, pp. XVI with dedication to Nicolò Bottacin, 168, 2 unusual and splendid plates. of coins with 16 original albumen photographs applied within an elegant frame, 25 cm, br. and. with titles in black within a frame on the front plate.

    Edition of 100 copies.

    Slight blooms, the rest volume partially intact and in excellent condition.

    Extremely rare work.

    Barbaran, Roman Etruscan Italic...

    €420.00

    Domenico Barbaran, Roman Etruscan Italic Axes in bronze. Consular coins in bronze and silver, Tipografia del Seminario, Padua 1877, pp. XXVIII with dedication to Count Luigi Camerini and decorated drop cap, 100, 2 beautiful tablets. reproducing coins made by the Fracanzani Lithography of Padua, 25 cm, br. and. with titles in black within a frame on the front plate.

    Edition of 100 copies.

    Small extinct library stamp on the title page.

    Blooms on the first guard card, otherwise in excellent condition.

    Extremely rare work.

    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.

    Magnaguti, In the claws of black...

    €130.00

    Alessandro Magnaguti, Among the claws of black beasts, Tip. of the Seminary, Padua 1946, pp. 152, 22 cm, br. and.

    Autobiography of the famous Mantuan numismatist Count Alessandro Magnaguti (1887-1966).

    Work embellished with a long autograph dedication by the author, dated 8 August 1946, to Donna Paola Zancani Montuoro (1901-1987), illustrious archaeologist and pupil of the numismatist Giulio Emanuele Rizzo.

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

    Extremely rare.