Numismatic Literature Auction By Künker GmbH ……
 

You can study all the pieces of the eLive Auction 58 of Numismatic Literature online.

The auction contains more than 1,450 lots of numismatic literature from more than 400 years.

We present you with a cross-section of citation works and catalogs, as well as scientific publications and special investigations but also popular and easy-to-understand representations. The lots cover numerous regional sub-areas of numismatics such as European, Oriental and overseas coins. Among them are favorable taxis and a number of convolutes. An extensive group this time offers a selection of literature on medals.

We hope you enjoy previewing the eLive Auction 58.

Many regards from Osnabrück,

Your Künker Team

Live Auction Starting Dates

Wednesday, December 11, 2019 – 3 pm CET

Lots 4001–4704 – Monographs, Collections, and Essays:

  • Bibliographies
  • General Numismatics
  • Classical Antiquity
  • Middle Ages and Modern Times (up to Germany)

Thursday, December 12, 2019 – 3 pm CET

Lots 4705–5406

Monographs, Collections, and Essays:

  • Modern age (from France)
  • Medals
  • Plaques
  • Orders and Decorations
  • Paper Money
  • History – General
  • Arts and Crafts

Commemorative
Magazines and Series
Auction Catalogues and Stock Lists
Congress and Research Reports
History – General
Coinage Decrees

Viewing

KÜNKER
at our premises in Dissen a. TW.

All lots can be viewed at our offices by prior appointment. Our customer service team will happily register your appointment by phone at +49 541 96202 0.

Participating Live on the Internet

If you’d like to participate in the eLive Auction over the internet, your personal myKünker login data is required. Registration takes place exclusively at www.kuenker.de.

Our service for you: by means of this login data we offer you a simple login process at www.kuenker.de and www.elive-auction.de and thus participation in the online auction, and we also enable you to shop in our Online Shop.

General Notes

These books have been used by their previous owners to varying degrees. In many cases, they show signs of use — which we have, however, indicated clearly in the case of more severe wear. In the course of the 19th century and well into the 20th century in particular, inferior paper was used for the production of numerous older editions, which has often darkened in color or lost its firmness over the course of time. Some of the books in this auction, which were used as study and working materials, were marked upon or show handwritten notes by their former owners. But in many cases these should be regarded as interesting additions and corrections rather than as disturbing acts of vandalism.

A number of the works included here also bear one or even several owner’s marks, so-called ex-libris designation labels, or bear owners’ names inserted by hand. We have endeavored to comment on these testimonies to earlier times with some biographical information in order to offer them to you as a contribution to the cultural history of collecting.
 

LEAVE A REPLY

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.