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Author Title Year Price
COLDWELL (T[homas])
Coldwell's Tables, for Reducing Irish Money into British Currency; Arranged on a New Plan, And calculated according to the 2d, 5th and 13th Sections of the Act for Assimilating the Currency, To commence from the 5th January, 1826.
1826 £125.00
FABRICZY (Cornelius von)
Italian Medals. Translated by Mrs. Gustavus W. Hamilton.
1904 £30.00
FLEETWOOD (William)
Chronicon Preciosum: or, an Account of English Gold and Silver Money; the Price of Corn and other commodities; and of Stipends, Salaries, Wages, Jointures, Portions, Day-labour, &c. in England, for six hundred years last past: shewing from the Decrease of the Value of Money, and from the Increase of the Value of Corn and other Commodities, &c. ...... To which is added, an Historical Account of Coins, illustrated with several plates [with] An Appendix to Chronicon Preciosum: ...
1745 £125.00
NUMISMATICS LIBRARY.
Die Numismatische Bibliothek der Münzen und Medaillen ag Basel. Katalog zur 102. Auktion 23.-24. Juni 2005.
2005 £15.00
PEDRICK (Gale)
Borough Seals of the Gothic Period. A Series of Examples, Illustrating the Nature of their Design and Artistic Value...
1904 £19.00
ROOKE (Hayman)
Description of an Ancient Medallion, in the possession of H. Rooke, Esq.
1800 £245.00
STANNARD (William John)
Anaglyptography. Medallion Engraving for Book Illustration. Reprinted, with an Original Anaglyptograph, from the Art Exemplar [1859.]
1967 £19.00
WESTON (Rev. Stephen)
A Catalogue of Greek and Roman Coins and Medals, in Silver and Copper, together with some curious Old China, and other Curiousities, of the late Rev. Stephen Weston... Which will be Sold by Auction, by Mr. Sotheby and Son... on Tuesday, the 15th of June, 1830.
1830 £75.00
WISE (Edward)
The Remarkable Tryal of Thomas Chandler, late of Clifford's Inn, London, Gent. Who was tried and convicted at the Lent Assizes at Reading, 1750, before Mr. Baron Clive, for wilful and corrupt Perjury, in swearing he was robbed of fifteen Bank Notes of the Value of 960l. 5 Guineas in Gold, 20s. and upwards in Silver, and a Silver Watch, on the 24th of March 1747, between Hare-Hatch and Twyford in Berkshire, in the Road to Reading, by Three Men on Foot. To which is added, ....An Introductory Account of the Life of the said Mr. Chandler, from the Time of his going Clerk to an Attorney, to the Time of his Conviction, ......
1751 £325.00