Kolbe & Fanning Numismatic Booksellers wish to remind clients that their April 25 mail-bid and live online sale has been posted, and that bidders may browse the sale’s contents through the firm’s online bidding portal at auction.numislit.com.
The second in a new series of smaller mail-bid and online numismatic book auctions, the April 25 sale focuses on numismatic literature dealing with ancient and foreign coins, and features 376 lots ranging in estimated value from $15 to $800. All lots are illustrated.
Some sale highlights include:
- Lot 27: Biaggi’s massive work on Piedmont
- Lot 38: a long run of The Medal
- Lot 99: Forrer’s Biographical Dictionary of Medallists
- Lot 115: the complete Lockett sales, bound in two volumes
- Lot 194: original documents from the Casa de Moneda de Lima
- Lot 268: Robinson’s Excavation at Olynthus III: Coins Found at Olynthus in 1928
- Lot 331: a set of all six fascicles of the SNG Tübingen
- Lot 344: an original set of Tentzel’s 1713 Saxonia Numismatica.
The online sale is available now for browsing and absentee bidding at auction.numislit.com. A PDF of the catalogue can be downloaded for the convenience of the reader through the firm’s regular website at www.numislit.com. While bidders are encouraged to bid through the online platform, bids may be submitted through the traditional methods as long as any such absentee bids are received by Kolbe & Fanning by the day before the sale. Absentee bids may be placed directly online at any time prior to the lot being sold. On Saturday, April 25, beginning at noon eastern time, the sale will be conducted as a live internet auction.
Customers who have participated online in any of Kolbe & Fanning’s recent sales will be familiar with the process. Others are encouraged to set up an iCollector account through auction.numislit.com and see for themselves how easy it is. Bidders wishing to participate in the live sale are strongly encouraged to register in advance.
Any questions may be directed to David Fanning at [email protected] or by phone at (614) 414-0855. We look forward to your participation.