Italian numismatic magazine, 1964
Italian journal of numismatics and related sciences. Founded by Solone Ambrosoli in 1888. Published by the Italian Numismatic Society in Milan, Milan, vol. XII, s. V, no. LXVI, 1964, pp. 253, many ill., Cm 25, br. and.
From the Index: Luigi Cremaschi, In memory of Corrado Astengo; Ernesto Bernareggi, Notes on some sextantary and uncial axes; Tommaso Bertelè, Principal features of Byzantine numismatics; Ernesto Bernareggi, Gigliati of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes Philibert de Naillac; Antonio del Mancino, Attribution of a singular imitation of the white of Pisa; Domenico Rossi, Unique or little known unpublished coins of the House of Savoy; The first issue of coins for Paul VI; Cesare Johnson, The medal for laying the first stone of the Church of S. Alessandro in Milan; Oscar Ulrich Bansa, Bequest of reproductions of gold and silver coins in favor of the Italian numismatic society; etc.
Very good condition.