Since Kolbe & Fanning’s website redesign, the numismatic booksellers have really upped their game – giving today’s astute numismatist unprecedented access to books both contemporary and hard-to-find. We spent a few hours combing the K&F newest additions and compiled this list of five favorites. This is just a small sampling of what’s in stock, go to Kolbe & Fanning’s website to find more.
5. Eric P. Newman and Kenneth E. Bressett’s The Fantastic 1804 Dollar. $50.
The leatherbound version of the Tribute Edition, limited to 250 copies. – As delightful to read today as when it was released. Whitman did a great job with this reissue. See more at:http://www.numislit.com/pages/
4. Rasiel Suarez’s ERIC II: The Encyclopedia of Roman Imperial Coins. $150.
3. Dzmitry Huletski et al.’s Early Russian Coins 1353-1533. $85.
2. Martin Price’s The Coinage in the Name of Alexander the Great and Philip Arrhidaeus. $500.
1. I.A. Carradice and T.V. Buttrey’s Roman Imperial Coinage Volume II, Part 1. $135.