3 edition of Encyclopaedia of British Numismatics (Encyclopaedia of British numismatics) found in the catalog.
Encyclopaedia of British Numismatics (Encyclopaedia of British numismatics)
May 1993 by Spink & Son Ltd .
Written in English
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The quality of the book is superb. The photos are excellent. The book is organized in chronological order by King/s: Rather, it is the fifth and final volume of the impressive “Encyclopaedia of British and Irish Numismatics”.
In three volumes a vast collection of material was assembled, each consisting of an annotated catalog of auction sale catalogs, archaeological and numismatic journals and printed books. The fourth volume is a biographical lexicon.
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