Ancient-Coin Catalogs in the WWE collection
    (
updated Jan. 16, 2017)
Quick links:  AAG, Christie's,
CNG, Freeman and Sear, Gorny, Lanz, Leu, Malter, M&M, Myers/Adams, NAC, NFA, Peus, Sotheby's, Sternberg, Tkalec, Vinchon, Waddell         

Key:  PR = prices realized. In general, the auction catalogs have the PR, unless otherwise noted.
^ = missing PR
fp = fixed price
mbs = mail bid sale (usually not noted)
HC = hardcover
*   [Ignore asterisks. An asterisk is is just a note for me about where I filed the catalog.]
xx = the list for that dealer is not yet completed  
~  = The non-ancient pages have been torn out to save space. (The catalog was originally of almost no value and too bulky.)
gray = had at one time, but removed from collection (usually for lack of good photographs of interesting coins and sometimes because I sold them)

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I only want catalogs that strongly emphasize ancient coins. I don't have the shelf space to spare for many catalogs with ancients that are outnumbered by more modern coins.


Current Want list:  (If and only if they have ancients)

Baldwin's auctions 90 and 96, parts 1 and 3 of the David Sellwood collection of Parthian coins (I have parts 2 and 4)
Sternberg
23 (not coins, but I want it anyway)
Jacquier fixed price lists with ancients other than the ones I have. I have:
5, Fall 1986, 8,  12-17 (Fall 1995), 20-22, 24-27 (Spring, 2000 to Fall 2001), 28 (art*, 2001), 2931 (Fall, 2003), 33 (Fall 2005), 34 (Summer 2006)
Morton and Eden Byzantine catalog of June 2008
M&M  2, 6, 11
MunzZentrum:  27 (1976 oriental),  [all these are very thin and not like the thicker recent catalogs]  108 (9/01) [with a group of ancient imitations]
Peus 313 (1985) because, I think it has numerous coins of Persis or Parthia.


Catalogs in the WWE Collection:
Firms are in alphabetical order. You can search the list using the "find" command (control-F) and entering part of the name of the firm you wish to find.
Quick links:  AAG, Christie's, CNG, Freeman and Sear, Gorny, Lanz, Leu, Malter, M&M, Myers/Adams, NAC, NFA, Peus, Sotheby's, Sternberg, Tkalec, Vinchon, Waddell             

AAG  (see Auctiones A.G. below)

Aes Rude S.A. Asta Internazionale del Titano 62 (24 Sept. 1995, San Marino) 42,

Afinsa auctions (Madrid, Spain*)  Oct. 9, 2003 
    [discarded 27 May, 2004, 7 Oct. 2004]

Album, Steve. Auction 10 (2011, April 22-23, Arabic*), 16 (2013 May 17-18, Arabic*)

Amphora (David Hendin) fixed price lists: 2-42, missing 3 and 19.  Also 58-60, 81-98  (11/2010)

Antiqua (Steve Rubinger) fp lists: 1, 1A, 2-16 (2011)(small format)

Aretusa (Lugano, Switzerland), 1 (18 Sept. 1993), 2 (May 1994)

Argenor (Paris, France*) [a.k.a. Cellard].   auctions 4/99, 4/01, fp Oct. 2001(small format), 4/02, 4/04, 2005, April 13; 2006, May 3; 2007, May 9;

Ariadne Galeries [New York] Dec. 9, 1981, Sept. 15, 1982; Dec. 7, 1982,  Dec. 9, 1983 (also a second sale 1983, Dec. 9 of art*, 1987 art)

Ars Classica II, June 1922 (HC)

Arsantiqua (London) auction 1^ (2000, Nov. 3)

ArtCoins Roma (ACR) (Rome) 4 (2011, Dec. 5, Roman Provincial*), 5 (2012, May 14-15, *Roman special topics, London mint, mostly Constantine), 6 (2012, Dec. 10-11), 7 (2013, May 20-21)^, 8 (2014, Feb. 3)

Artemide Aste (San Marino) 11E (2011, Oct. 15-16), 13E^ (2011, Dec. 11), XXXIV (2011, Dec. 10) Republican*, XXXVe&15E^ (2012, April 22, 28-29), XXXVIe&17E in one volume  (2012, July 11-12) , XXXVIII (2013, June 22)^, XXXIX (2013, Nov. 30), XXXIX (2013 Nov. 30)

Artemis Antiquities 2-68, VIII (Aug. 1976)

Asta Ceresio, see Leu  

astArte (Lugano. astartesa.com) Asta 1 (May 1998), mbs 2 (10/98), mbs V (10/99) [all with PRs], mbs VI, fp 1, Asta VII, VIII (only medals)^ (10/2001), IX, [X is lit and has no ancient coins], XI (12/02), XII (9/03), XIV (4/04), XV, XVI, XVII, XIX, XX, XXII
    fp. 1 (1/98), 2 (10/98)    These have no ancients: X, XIII (medals), XVIII,  XXI, 

Athena 1, 2, 3 [The whole run]

Auctiones S.A. (Bale) = Auctiones A.G. (Basel) = AAG (affiliate of M&M): I have 3-8, 10-13, 14^ (art*), 15-18, 20, 22, 23, 24 [3/2015], 25, 26, 27 (Greek Imperial*), 29* (Greek Imperial*).  [Catalogs 1, 2, 9, 19, 21, and 28 are not numismatic items.]  

Aufhäuser, Bankhaus  (Aufhauser)  1-13 (10/97)   
    [They continued as Hauck and Aufhauser with issues 14-19 (2006)]  I have 14, 17, 19, 20
**** CoinArchives begins Hauch&Aufhauser with auction 18. acserach does not have them at all.

Aureo & Calico (Barcelona, Spain) (2012, March 8), (2012, April 26), (2012 May 30), 2012 Oct. 30 (Roman Republican*)


Quick links:  AAG, Christie's, CNG, Freeman and Sear, Gorny, Lanz, Leu, Malter, M&M, Myers/Adams, NAC, NFA, Peus, Sotheby's, Sternberg, Tkalec, Vinchon, Waddell           

Aureus Investments fp lists: Winter 1987 (with prices), Spring 1988 (without prices)


Baldwin's  2 (Byzantine*), 3, 4^, 5 (Byz*), 6, 7, 12, 14, 15 = "125 Years, A Celebration" (10/1997), 17, 18 (English hammered, medieval*), and see the "New York Sale " for some joint sales.  23, 33 Persian Greek, Cilicia* etc. (5/03), 34 plus supplement, 42 (26 Sept. 2005), 43 (12 Oct. 2005), 44 (2 May 2006), 47, 50 (24April 2007), 52 (2007, Sept. 25, crusades = medieval*), 55, 57, "St. James Auctions, #10 (2008, Nov. 7), 62, 100 (Parthian*)
    fp No. 37 (Nov 2001, Byz*), list #1 "Roman Coins" November 2004; fp list Winter 2008; fp list Summer 2009, fpl summer 2011, fpl summer 2012
    I know I do not want: 1, 30 (5/02), 31 (10/02, only 3 ppl ancients), 54 (no ancients) 
    Discarded: 19, 24, which have some ancients, but not enough to be worthwhile. fpl Winter 2112-13
    **** Baldwin's acsearch begins with 26 and then 34

Bankhaus Aufhäuser (see "Aufhäuser ")

Beach fp 1-4 "Numiscellaneous"

Berk: Fixed-price lists:  1 (April, 1974) -7 (Fall, 1980)  [#4 is Byz AE*]
  "buy-or-bid" sales.
 6 (26 Feb. 79) -11 (8 1/2" by 11" sheets), 12-43 (newspaper size, not glossy), 44 (newspaper size, glossy)
 45-181, 183, 185, 189-195 glossy magazine format (8 1/2" by 11"),      [1/9/2016 #120 is missing/misplaced]
 173 (Commodus*),
  100, 103, 105 all (Maxentius* = late Roman)
  Unnumbered CICF auction (3/23/95, would be #85 1/2)
    8 1/2" by 11" glossy fixed price lists 1 (April, 1974), 2 (Fall 74), 3, 4 (Byz*), 5-7 (Fall 80)  [#7 was the last one of the run.]

also Berk-England (Byzantine*, Dec. 1989, HC), "Ancient Art" (1987, art*), "Ancient Art" (early 1992, small format fpl, art*),

Bertolami Fine Arts, 19 (2015, Nov. 11-12)      

Birkler buy-or-bid 4/1989, 12/1989, 1-2/ 1991, fp 3/1991,

Birkler and Waddell 1-4 (no PR published for 4)[with PRs], buy or bid 5 (lower quality)
fp 1 (1979), 2 (1981) (small format, continued by Waddell alone, see " Waddell ")

Blancon, Giles (Hannover, Germany) list 12 (1992), 31 (1999-2000, Roman Egypt*)

Blom, fp. 116 (Summer-Fall 1997)

Bogdan Stambulis  (see La Galerie Numismatique)

Bonhams   Sale II, III (Dec. 3, 1980 "Byzantine* Gold"), IV, 5, 6, 8 with V. C. Vecchi and sons, 11-12 Oct. 1982 (Kovacs collection of architectural Greek Imperials, Special Topics*)

Bourgey, Sabine (Paris) [filed under "French"] "Numismatique"   4-5 June 1991, 21-22 Jan. 1992, 24 Nov. 1995 (French*), "Numismatique, Collection N. K." 27-29 Oct. 1992 (Byzantine*)

Bowers and Ruddy
    Dr. Richard P. Ariagno (6/1980),  "Masterpieces of Ancient Coinage," thin pamphlet (c. 1980?, Greek*), Stafford (6/1976),  Dr. Montgomery (2/1976), Harbor (6/82), Harte (11/77), Blauvelt (2/77), fp Fall 1980

The Bru sale (Brussels) 6^ (2011, Dec. 9, Celtic*)
    7 is not ancients,

Claude Burgan   20 Jan. 1988, 9 April 1988 (Carolingian), 19 Nov. 1988, #20 (16 Dec. 1989, ants, Roman special topics*), 24 Feb. 1990, 22 Dec. 1990, 28 July 1995, (I do not seek these), 2001 Feb. 23^,

Busso Peus (Dr.) (see "Peus ")

Calico (6/79, Ancient Spanish coins, HC) 


Cederlind, Tom (Portland, Oregon) small format lists 40-99 and large format lists 100-118, 120-140, 142-146 (April 3, 2008), 160-173 (2014, March 18)
    **** Cederlind is not on acsearch 

Cellard, Yves (Paris, France. See Argenor Numismatique)

Ceresio (see Leu)

CGB  (see Prier)

Christensen, Parsons Collection part I (July 9, 1965), mbs 7/1978 

Christie's  [all with PRs]
    "Ancient Coins" 17 March 1981
    "Foreign and Ancient coins" May 2, 1984
    "Highly important Ancient Coins: Property of a Lady" (9 Oct.84, HC)
    "Important Ancient Coins: Property of a Lady" (8.10.1984)
    "Important Ancient Coins" (8 Oct. 1985, HC)
    "Fine Ancient Coins" May 2, 1989
    "Elisabeth Washburn King" (Greek* 12/11/92)
    "McLendon" (6/12/93) [2/2015]
    "Surena Collection of Ancient Near Eastern Seals" (11 June 2001, special topics*)^
Lesser emphasis on ancients (New York sales, not worth having):  "Ancient, Foreign, and US Coins" Sept. 7, 1989; March 13, 1990; Sept. 13, 1990;
    **** Christie's is not on acsearch

Classical Cash mbsales: I (5/95), II (4/96), IV (8/97, imitations, fourres, Special Topics*) [no PRs]

Coin Galleries (New York. See Stack's)

CNG (Classical Numismatic Group): Auctions 1 - 86, 88-987 (including the thin "CNG e-auction 312, The Clearwater Collection"). 
    This includes all Triton through XVIII = 98 (Jan. 6-7, 2015)(Triton XV has three parts). (with XIII, "The A. K. Collection" thin volume by request only, Roman Provincial* and Volume 2 with Parthian*, and with XIV, thin volume by request only, "The A.K. Collection, large lots of Holy Land Roman Provincial*) Triton sales are numbered in the CNG run. I have Triton I in red hardcover, Triton X, XI, and XII in black hardcover.  [CNG 12 is filed under Roman Egypt*, 36 under Parthian*] 93, 94, thin "Electronic Auction 312" (2013, Oct. 9)
    19 is Byzantine AE*, 25 is Greek Fractions* (with Postumus too), 36 is Parthian*, 28, 29 and 37 are Turkoman bronze*, 72 has a literature* part
     see also "Nomos AG (Winter-Spring 2008)" for a joint catalog
HCR (Historical Coin Review (under Victor England)) and CNR (Under the new firm name CNG):  [earliest issues in filing cabinet drawer] Volume 10.1,2,3,5 6,7,8,9, "Spring 1985"(#4?) (1985), Volume 11.1 (Feb. 1986), 2, 4, 5, 6, Volume 12.1,2,4,5, Volume 13.1,2 (Roman Egypt*),3,4,5,6,7,9 (1988), Volume 14.1-6 (1989),
"Special offers, coins of Thebes, etc." undated (HCR or CNR, I don't know which)
Volume 15.1 (Athens AE), 2-4 (1990),  Volume 16.1-4 (1991), Volume 17.1-4 (1992), Volume 18.1-4 (1993),  Literature (July 1993), Volume 19.1-4 (1994), Literature (Nov. 1994), Volume 20.1, 2, 2 supplement, 3 (1995), Volume 21.1-2 (1996), "Roman Coins for the Connoisseur" June 1996, Volume 22.1-3 (1997),  Volume 23.1-2 (1998), Volume 24 (Fall/Winter 1999), Volume 25 (Summer/Fall 2000), Volume 26 and 26.2 (2001/2001-2), Volume 27 (Summer 2002),

I am not sure what the missing issues are. They also put out literature lists. I still have some of them:  July 1993, April 1994, Nov 1994, 3 from 1999, 2 from 2000, Winter 2002-3, Spring 2003, Winter 2004-5, Winter 2006-7,

    "Moving Forward 1996 - Lycian Dynasts" Greek* (2 pages, BCD) 


Quick links:  AAG, Christie's, CNG, Freeman and Sear, Gorny, Lanz, Leu, Malter, M&M, Myers/Adams, NAC, NFA, Peus, Sotheby's, Sternberg, Tkalec, Vinchon, Waddell                  

Coin Galleries (see "Stack's " below)

Comptoir General Financier (see "Prieur ") is the same as the next one
CGB, Compagnie Generale de Bourse (see "Prieur ")

Credit Suisse (=  SKA = Schweizerische Kreditanstalt) See SKA.

Cummings fp 1/89, 9/98

Kirk Davis: small format fp lists: Winter, Spring Summer and Fall 1995, b-or-b cat. 16 (12/96), 20 (Fall 97), 29-57 (2010), 60 (2011 Fall), 61 (Summer 2012)  (all for sale)

Davisson's auctions  22, 23 (lit), 24, 25, 26, 27 (none others -- all removed and not desired), 28, 30, 33, 32 (has our Paulina)
       fp list Fall, 2006, Spring 2007, E-Aucton 2; 

Demirjian fp 6 (1977), Spring 1980

Dolphin Coins.  Fixed-price lists 7 (Summer 1995), 8, 10 (Winter 1996)  [very few ancients, but Celtic and English hammered]

Dorotheum, Zeno part I (June 1955)

Downie-Lepczyk 70 (Sept. 17-18, 1986) with a part entitled "Goodacre's Byzantine* Empire" (Byz AE*)

Dr. Busso Peus [see "Peus "]

A.G. van der Dussen b.v. (Netherlands) 13, 15, 16 [14 has no ancients], 23 (6-7 April 1995), 24 (1-2 June 1995, Greek Imperial*)

Economopolos fp 1, 2 (1990)

Elsen 3 (6/85)-6, 7 (no PR), 10, 11 (no PR), 12-14, 16, 28, 48, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54 (Byz*), 55, 56, 57, 58 (Byz*), 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 77~, 78, 79, 80~, 81~, 82~^, 83~, 84~, 85~, 86, 87-89, 90 (Byzantine*, Paleologid AE) 91-93, 94 (Greek fractions*), 95, 96~, 102^~, 110 (late Byzantine*), 111~, 112^, 113^, 114^, 117^, 125 (Byzantine*, Collection H. Pottier)
    and fixed price lists 191-200, 201, 202, 203 (not ancients), 205, 206-208, 209, 210-214, 215, 216-244, 257, 258, 259, and most small format fp 78-127
    (In general, I do not seek more Elsen catalogs. Those in gray do not have ancients.) 

Empire (Dennis Kroh) all, or almost all, auctions and fixed price lists. All large format fp lists 57-80. All auctions. All small format from winter 1982 - #56. (Auction #8, "Spring Cleaning" 1984, Roman Egypt*), mbs May 30, 1984 (Roman Egypt*) Auction #7 has the "Gordon J Dickie" collection with some early Christian symbols.
Joint with Glendining's a sale dated  1989, Oct. 9.

Emporium Hamburg Munzauktionen  48~^ (2002 Nov. 20-21)

First Auctions JMPG - Geneve #1 (2012, Dec. 1) The Istros Collection [excellent, but sold]

Flavia (see Moruzzi)

Fountainhead of Fine Coins 10-12 (Greek Imperial*), 13 (Greek*) 

Freeman & Sear   Auctions (mail bid sales) 1-17 (12/2009)
also joint with Sternberg* (XXVIII) "Roman Bronze Coinage" auction 10/1995.
Fixed-price lists:  1-14 and "mini-list A, Fall 1998"
"Manhattan Sale," their NYI sales beginning with #1, Jan. 2010. 1, 2, 3, 4^(2013)

Gadoury, Victor (Monte Carlo, Monaco, joint with France-Numismatique and Antika 1 and Mint State S.A.M.) [filed with Vinchon]
    13-15 Oct. 1980 Blue HC,  25-26 April 1984
    fp:  1989 #61

Galerie de Monnaies of Geneva, June 25-26, 1976, June 9, 1978 C.O.I.N. sale  [see also "Spink"] 
    "Ancient coins" (15-16 Feb., 1977 joint with Spink and Son, London)
    "Ancient coins" (10 Oct. 1977, joint with Spink and Son, London)
 
La Galerie Numismatique. Bogdan Stambulis. Geneve.  I, IV (* Roman Provincial)

Gans [see "NFA Edward Gans"]

Garafalo Fall 1975 (Special Topics* Paduans)

Gemini [Berk and Freeman & Sear] I (Jan. 11-12. 2005) -VII (Jan. 2011), VIII (2011, April 14, Berk and Heritage), IX (2012, Jan. 8), X (2013, Jan. 13), [II and III in HC], XI, XII^

Giessner Munzhandlung Dieter Gorny  (see Gorny)

Glendining on Co.,  [Note: Early issues did not have PR's issued, rather, after the auction they reprinted the catalogs with prices in the margins. Catalogs without PRs for that reason are marked "no PR" here] 
1953, Jan 14 "Rashleigh part I"; 1953, March 30, "Rashleigh Part II";  
1955 Oct. 25 "Lockett II, Greek Part I," no PR  March 23, 2015; 
1957, March 7-8, "Foreign Ambassador" with PRs in margin

1957 Nov 13 "G, R, and Byz, Foreign Collector" (originally to be 1973 Oct. 4 on the cover); 
1958 Feb. 12 (Lockett VI, Greek II, no PR),
1958 Nov. 27 "G, R, and Byz" (no PR);
1959, May 26 "Lockett, Part VIII"^
1961 Feb. 21-23 "Lockett XII, Greek Part IV";
1962 Sept. 27 "Woodward"; 
1963 Jan 23 "George Bauer" (BCD missing PR); 1963, Dec. 13 ("Foreign Amateur"); 
1966 May 11 "Ancient R & G";
1969 June 17-18 (G.R. Arnold Roman silver, Augustus to Clodius Albinus, in two parts, no PR); 1969 Nov 20-21 "Roman Portrait Coins";  
1970 June 25 "Ancient Coins";  
1971 April 7 "Ancient Coins, Dr. Garth Drewry"; 1971 July 7 "Ancient Coins"; 
1972, June 21 "Ancient Greek Coins";
1973 July 4 "Ancient Coins;
1974 March 19 "Ancient Coins"; 1974 July 5 "Ancient Coins"; 1974 Oct. 2 "Ancient Coins"; 1974 Dec. 11 "G, R &B (light blue); 
1975 Feb. 12 "Ancient Coins"; 1975 April 16 "Ancient Coins"; 1975 Oct 8 "Harwood Part I, RR denarii" (light green); 1975 Sept. 24 "Ancient Coins"; 
1975 Oct. 29-30 "Harwood Part II, Roman Imperial" (light green); 1975 Nov. 20 "Ancient Greek Coins, Kurt Stern, M.D." 
1976 Feb. 18^ "Ancient Coins"; 1976 April 7 "Ancient Coins"; 1976 Sept 1 "Ancient Coins"; 1976 Oct. 27 "Ancient Coins"; 
1977 Feb. 2 "Ancient Coins"; 1977 March 23 "Mack II" (with Spink, Anglo-Saxon special topics*); 1977 May 11 "Ancient Coins";
1979 March 7 "Ancient Coins"; 1979 May 16 "Ancient Coins"; 1979 Nov. 7-8 "Ancient Coins";
1980 March 5 "Ancient Coins"; 1980 April 30 "Ancient and Medieval Coins"; 1980 Nov. 5 "Ancient Coins";
1981 March 25 "Ancient Coins";
1982 June 9 "Ancient Coins"; 
1984 Nov. 21 "Bob Arnold Collection" (light blue, Severan, Special Topics*);
1985 Dec. 4 "Ancient Coins"; 
1986 Dec. 10 "Ancient Greece, Olga Knoepke Collection" (glossy dark green); 
1988 May 25 "G, R & B", 1988 Dec. 14 "G, R & B",
1989 Oct. 9 (filed with Empire*), 
1990 Oct. 8 "G, R & B" (glossy dark gray green);
1991 Nov. 6 (Celtic Britain, special topics*)
    Note: Some had no PR sheet published. They were priced in the margins in after-sale reprinted catalogs, including:  21-23 Feb. 1961 Lockett XII (Greek Part IV); 17-18 June 1969 (G.R. Arnold Roman silver, Augustus to Clodius Albinus, in two parts), 7 April 1971, 21 June 1972

Goldberg, Ira and Larry.  "Ariagno Collection" (June 1-2, 1999),  "Dr. Jon Kardatzke, III" (June 7, 2000), "California Sale" (Oct 2-3, 2000),  "Benson" (Feb. 16-20, 2001~),  2005, Sept. 20-21~^,  2006: #34 Feb. 7~^ "Pre-Long Beach" May 29-30, 2006~^; 2007 "Pre-Long Beach", May 28-29, 2007~^, Jewish*, also Ducats, May 29-30~, #37 Sept. 12~, #42 Sept. 24, 2008: #44 Feb. 12-13~^, "The Millennia Collection, Catalogue One," May 26, 2008 (high quality*), #47 May 27-28, 2008~^, 2009 "Pre-Long Beach" includes "Christov Family Collection" part I Byz*, #53 May 26, 2009,  2009, Oct. 29-30 includes "Christov Family Collection" part II Byz*, 2012 May 29-30 "Pre-Long Beach"~, Sept 4-5 "Pre-Long Beach", "The Hunter Collection" (2013, Feb. 5) VHV, VHQP; 2013, Feb. 5-6 "Wolfen Family Foundation"; 2013, June 4-5 "Pre-Long Beach"; 2014, June 3 VHQ, VHQP "Exceptional Roman Denarii", June 3-4; 2016, Feb. 2-3, auction 90, "Pre-Long Beach" Jewish*

     **** CoinArchives begins with auction 5, acsearch with auction 37

Gorny Giessner (Dieter Gorny, Gorny and Mosch) Munzhandlung: 10, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 20-26, 28-33, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 55, 56, 58, 60, 62, 64, 66 (lit*), 67, 69, 71, 73, 75 (lit*), 76, 78, 79, 81, 82, 84, 87, 89, 90, 92, 95, 96, 97, 100(I), 100(II), 101, 102, 104, 107, 108, 112, 113,114, 115, 117, 118, 121, 122, 125, 126, 129, 130, 133, 134 (10/04), 138 (7-8 March 2005), 141, 142, 146(Panticipaion*, Greek) , 147 (Panticipaion*, Greek), 151, 152, 155, 156, 159, 160, 164, 165, 169, 170, 175, 176, 180, 181^, 185^, 186^, 190, 191, 195^, 196, 199, 200, 203, 204, 207, 208, 211, 212 (Greek Fractions*), 215^, 216^, 219^, 220^,  228^, 229^, 232^, 233^, 236, 237
G&M with BW Bank: "Stuttgarter Munzauktionen 1" (2010 Nov. 22-23)
Gorny 30 (Becker forgeries, fakes*)
 
Antiquities catalogs I have: 93, 98, 128, 132, 140, 145, 150, 154, 158
I do not want 1, 3-9, 11, 14, 18, 27, 34, 35, 37, 39, 41, 43, 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 54, 57, 59, 61, 63, 65, 68, 70, 72, 74, 77, 80, 83, 85, 86, 88, 91, 94, 99, 103, 105 (antiquities), 106, 109, 110, 111 (antiquities), 112, 116, 119 (antiquities), 120, 123, 124 (antiquities), 127 (antiquities) because (I think) they do not have ancients. 137 (art), 139 [See catalog 36 for a list of what is in the earlier catalogs. See gmcoinart.com for contents and PRs of recent catalogs.]


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Harmer Rooke, "Hoffer-Brandenburg sale", 12/1986 (Hadrian Collection, Special Topics*)

Hauck & Aufhauser (see Aufhauser)
    **** CoinArchives begins with auction 18. acsearch does not have them at all.

Helios Numismatik (Munich, Germany) Auctions 1-8 (2013 Oct. 13) (#3 filed with Roman Provincial for its collection of river gods and #5 with RP)

Heritage, July 30, 2002 ("Dr. Joseph M. Seventko Collection"), July 30, 2002 "Signature Sale", Jan. 11, 2003 ("John L. Warner Collection," all ancients), 2006: Sept. 15~^, 2007: Jan 7-8~^, 2007: May31-June 1~^;  2011, Sept. 7-9 "Rubicon Collection" of Roman Coins; 2012 April 25-28, 30 & May 1 "JC Collection", 2012 Sept 7&10 "Long Beach", Shoshana Collection I and II (Jewish*); 2014, April 10-12 and 15-16^, #3035 (2014, Sept. 3-5 & 9-10, Byz gold*)

Herman, fp 10 (5/1990)

Hess, Adolph  28 April 1936, 14 April 1954 (HC);  246 (11/77), 247 (6/78), 249 (11/79), 251 (5/81), 252 (5/82), 253 (3/83) [3/2015], 254^ (10/83), 257 (Part I), 263^? 
    257 (11/86) Part II has no ancients

Hess-Divo  "100 rarities" (3/03)^, 307 "The P. A. Collection of Ancient Coins", 317 (2010, Oct. 27), 321 (2012, Oct. 25-26)
Hess-Leu  (Luzern) 27 March 1956 (disbound), 16 April 1957 (HC), 2 April 1958 (HC, with incorrect date 1964 on the cover), 24 March 1959 (disbound), 7 April 1960 (HC), 12-13 April, 1962 (disbound),  #21? "Jewish Coins" April 3, 1963 (*Holy Land),  #24 16 April 1964 (HC); #28 5-6 May 1965 (HC),  #31 6-7 Dec. 1966, #41 (4/69), #45 (5/70), #49 (4/1971),
    [Issues without ancients (according to a list I saw, not personal inspection): 2, 4-6, 8, 10, 12-14, 16-18, 20, 23, 25-26, 29-30, 32-35, 37?, 38?, 39-40, 42-43, 44?, 46?, 47?, 48.  Some are listed as "gold coins" and, for all I know, may have ancients.]

Hippocampos, Inc. (Keith Candiotti and Bill Warden)  Buy/Bid 1, 2, 3 (1998-1999)


Hirsch: I had from 139 through 206, 207 (antiquities *), 208, 209, [210 is not ancient coins], 211, 212, 213 (antiquities *), 214, 215, 217, 218, [219 is not ancient coins], 220, 221, 222 (antiquities *), 223,  (I don't need catalogs before 139, but if one had an unusually fine representation of late Roman coins I'd want it.) All with PRs. [225 is not ancient coins], 226, 227-231, 232 (art*), 233, 234, (235 is precolumbian art) 236, 237, 239^, 240, (241 is precolumbian art), 242^, 244, 245^, 246 is the Leo Mildenberg collection of Precolumbian art), 247^, 249^, 251^
    Antiquities: 207, 213, 222, 228, 232, 235, 241, 246, 259, 274
     [missing 224, if it has ancients]
    Now I have, because of Greek fractions: 170, 171, 173, 191, 192 (Carolingian, Medieval* German), 195, 196, 198, 201, 204 (Corinth, 48)), 208, 212 (105), 220, 221, 223, 226, 227, 229, 231, 233, 234, 239
and for good groups of color photos: 150 (Messana), 152 (Metapontum), 165 (Bosporus), 193 (Roman gold), 214 (Lydian dynasts),  [from here on, color] 247, 249, 250, 251
160 and 167 have good Turkoman*
 275 (2011, Sept. 22-23, all color, all Greek), 279 (2012, Feb. 8), 284 (2012 Sept 26-27), 281^, 284^, 287^, 289^, 300^ (2014 Sept. 24, HC)
  276 has no ancients

Historia Numismata (Economopolis and Warden) I, II (1990-1)  see Pegasi

Historical Coin Review (see CNG)

Huston, Stephen.  Huston 106 ("unpublished coins" and Constantinian mints, Special Topics*) (the rest removed)
    mbs 162 (large format) 

Imperial buy-or-bid, May, 1991, August 1991, Nov. 1991, May 1992, Jan. 1993,

Jacquier, Paul-Francis.  Fixed price lists
    5, Fall 1986 (folles, barbarous radiates, Special Topics*), 8, 12-17 (Fall 1995), 20-22, 24-34 (Spring, 2000 to Summer 2006) [28 is antiquities, not coins], 36-38 [38 Parthian*]
  Auction 38 (2013 Sept. 13),

Kampmann, M. M. (Paris)  (1982, March 9-10, "Nicolas, Monnaies Romaines"). 1985, Nov. 28-29 "Collection Docteur S."

Kastner, Gitta  (see "Lanz")

Knobloch, Frederick S.  small format fpl 27 (May 1965) "The J. U. Gillespie Collection"

Kovacs fp 1-26 (small format, 5 1/2 by 8 1/2), 27-29 (medium format, 7 1/4 by 10), mail bid sales 1-8 (small format), 9 (7 7/8 by 10), 10 (7 1/4 by 10) 11^, 12, 13, 14 (large format, Byz* AE), 15^ [BCD does not have the PR], 16

Kress, Munchner Munzhandlung Karl Kress. 116 (28. Oct. 1960)

Kricheldorf  (Stutgart, Germany) IV (7 Oct. 1957), VII-XI and XIII-XXX (4/76)^, XXXII (Nov. 1977), XLI (11/88),  XLIII (3/92), 47 (29-30 July 2002, HC)  [all removed July 8, 2007]  

Kritt 22, 24-26, 28-33 (small format), 35, 38

Kunstfreundes (see Leu)

Kurpfalzische Munzhandlung (Mannheim, Germany)  69~^ (2005, Dec. 13-14)

Künker (Fritz Rudolf Künker Munzhandlung) 41~^, 42~^, 62a, 67a, 71a, 77, 78, 83a, 89a, 94 (27-28 Sept. 2004), 97a (8-9 Mar. 2005), 100~^, 101~^, 102 (lit -- the M&M library), 104a (27 Sept. 2005), 111^, 112^, 115~, 117~, 124a (3/07, "Sammlung Wild" Republican*), 125~, 133a (Greek AE*), 136a (Crete, Greek*, Sammlung Traeger) , 143~, 153, 158, 168a, 174a, 182a, 193a, 204a, 205 (filed with Medieval*, 140 lots of DA gold), 216a, 226, 236, 243^, 248, 262^, 270^
The four volumes of the De Wit collection of Medieval* Coins: 121, 130, 137 and Part IV: The sceattas (Part IV was not an auction)
    [catalog 100 lists the contents of all the previous issues.]   ["a" means devoted to ancients]
Removed--no ancients: 127, 128, 134, 138, 140, 141
Removed, fixed-price with no ancients: 97, 111, 124.
Fixed price lists (small format): 125, 136

Kunst und Munzen (Lugano) 24 (1984, Nov. 29-30), 28 (18/20 June 1992)

Lanz (Munich):  I have even-numbered catalogs 4, 6, 8, 10 [these first few as "Kitta Kastner Munzen], [the following as Lanz] 12^ [BCD does not have PR], 14, 16, 18, 20, all even ones 22-94 (to #94, the "even" ones, except 84 (lit*) and 90 (lit) are ancients. The odd ones are not ancients), 97, 100, 102, 105 (Corinth), 106 (Euboea), 108 (literature), 109, 111, 112, 114, 117, 120 (18 May 2004), 121, 123 (30 May 2005), 125, 128, 131, 132, 135^, 138, 141, 144, 145 HC, 146, 147^, 148 HC, 149, 150, 151, 153, 156, 157, 158, 159^, 162^ (Greek fractions*)
Numismatic literature: 84, 90 (missing), 93 (Gobl collection), 99, 116, 130 (missing), 134, 137, 143
[I have 37 as a reference for Medieval* German.] After 94 it is no longer necessarily the even-numbered-issues ones that are ancients.
I know I do not want: 103, 104, 107.

Lanz Graz:  IV (1974, mittlebronzen, special topics*), V (1975),  X (1977) [the other Lanz Graz catalogs do not have ancients.]


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Lennox 1, 3-5 (small format)

Leu (now LHS) Numismatik, also know as Bank Leu (see also Hess-Leu). Renamed LHS Numismatik Sept. 2005 when sold by Leu to the former CEO of Leu Numismatik. I have all the ones with ancients, I think: 2, 6 (Greek AE*), 7, 10, 13, 15, 17 (Roman Republican*), 18, 20, 22, 25, 28, 30, 33, 36, 38, 41^ (*Visigothic), 42, 45, 48, 50, 52, 53, 54, 56 (not ancients, but some Arabic) 57, 59, 61, 65, 71, 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, 79, 81, 83, 86, 87, 90, 91, 93 (10 May 2005), 95, 96 (BCD Peloponnesos), 97, 100, 102, 103^
"Kunstfreundes"  (28 May 1974)
    82 is not ancients.
    fp: small format: list 19 (12/84), large format: Winter 1992/3, Summer 1992, Fall 1993, Fall 1998, Fall 2009
Leu/M&M  Niggler part1 (12/65), part 2 (Roman Provincial and Republican, 10/66), part 3 (Roman Imperial, 11/67)
"Ceresio" Leu with Spink  [all] 1, 2 (9/88), 3  [1&2 are Leu with Spink, 3 is Leu, Spink & NAC]

Lepczyk  (see Downie-Lepczyk) [all but one, Byz*, discarded]

LHS Numismatik  (created 2005 from Leu, and listed and filed under Leu, above)

Malloy many auction and fixed price catalogs, including 
medieval* fixed-price catalogs, yellow cover glossy paper:  II, IX-XIII and XV-XXIX, XXXI 
Ancient:  fp 33-63 (small format, Dec. 1973 - 1992), The Antioch Hoard of Gallienus (filed with Gallienus* articles)
Auctions, smaller format, almost glossy (numbered in Roman numerals): 3/15/74 (#1?), 4 (medieval*), 5, 6, 7 (medieval*), 8 (medieval*),  9-13, 14 (Roman Egypt*), 15-16, 17 (Virzi Greek* bronze), 18
    Malloy XIV, XXIII (Greek Imperial*), XXXIII (Greek Imperial*),
Auctions (newsprint quality):  21 ("XXI" 5/85), 22, 24, 25 (art), 26-29, 30 (art), 31-32, 34, 38 (art), 40, 43, 44, 51, 55-59 , 60 (late Roman special topics*, Aiello Collection), 61- 64^, 65^, 69-73^
    Malloy ancient-art small-format catalogs: several, including "Writings of Mankind" 1990  (art*).  
    Discarded:  XL, XLIII, LI, LXII, LXIX, LXX, LXXI, LXXII, LXXIII.  

Malter
Auctions: I (11/73, HC), II (2/78, Ptolemies, Greek*); IV (10/78); VI (4/79),  VIII (6/79);  IX (10/79); XI (5/80); XIV (Byzantine*), XV (9/80); XVIII (5/81), XIX (9/81), XXI^ (3/82); XXIII (9/82); XXIV (12/86, worn medallions, special topics*); XXV^ (4/83); XXVII (6/84);  XXVIII (12/84, Ruzicka, women, special topics*), XXIX (3/85, Rindge, part I); XXX (6/85, Rindge part II); XXXI (9/85, India); XXXII (11/85); XXXIII (6/86); "A Special auction of ancient and modern coins"^ (3/29/86); XXXIX (4/89); XLII (9/89, Jewish*, Brin, part I); XLII, part II (9/89); XLIV (5/90); XLV (5/91); XLVII (2/92) sold; 49 (11/92, Wilkinson, Greek Fractions*); 51 (6/93, Parthian*); 52 (lit*), 55 (11/93); 57 (4/94); 59 (11/94), 66 (8/14); LXIX (6/96); 71 (11/96); 72 (11/97); 74 (3/99); 75 (antiquities*), 76 (4/00); 77^ (11/00), 81 (9/02), 84 (2/29/04), 85, 86 (11/14/04), 87^, 91^
Joel L. Malter fp XXVI Fall-Winter 1970/71 (small format)
CJAA
(Collector's Journal of Ancient Art, Malter): vol 1.1 (Jan-March, 1979), 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 2.1, 2.2-4, 3.2-4, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 6.1-2, 6.3-4, 7.1-2, 7.3-4, 8 ("1995")
mbs Oct. 1977 (in format of, and filed with, NFA fp)
Malter and Antiquity Imports, auction April 15-16, 1977
Malter's Antiquities catalogs are filed under art*: III (ancient Egypt), 13^, 22^, 48^, 50^, 68^, 75^,


Manhattan Sale [see Freeman and Sear]

Markov, buy or bid 2/15/95 (#1) [no PRs published for #1-3], 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10  [6, 7, 8, 9 with PRs], 11, 12 (lit only), 13
    [4 and 5 are Russian only. Therefore, I don't want them.]

Martin, C.J. fp 7-8, 1988. "A selection of the Normanby Hoard" 

Meister & Sonntag (Stuttgart, Germany) Auction 6 (2008, Oct 1-2). HC.

Mid-American Rare Coin Auctions, Feb. 15-16 1985 (Greek* "The Himera Treasure", BCD)

Miller, David fp 11

Millon & Associes (2008, Dec. 8)^

Monetarium (fixed price lists of Credit Suisse = Schweizerische Kreditanstalt)

Monnaies (Comptoir General Financier) (see Prier)

Monnaies d'Antan (Laurent Fabre-Numismate) (Brusslles, Belgium)
    11 (Celtic*)

Monnaies de Collection (Lyon, France*) (Poinsignon, Baudey, Pesce, Barthold) 17-19 Oct. 1982 (yellow HC)

Moruzzi (Rome and London) "Flavia 2007" fixed-price list (VHQP)

Munchner Numismatisches Antiquariat. 4, fp 50 (summer 1987) 

Munz Zentrum (Münz Zentrum, Köln = Cologne, Germany)  27 (1976, Nov. 3, "Bedeutende Samm. Orientalen", Parthian and Sasanian*) 32 (23 Nov. 1988, weights only, Special topics*), 36 (Arabic*), 37 (8 Nov. 1979, weights only, Special topics*), 38 ("Roman Imperial Bronzes" special topics*), 47 (11/82), 52 (Roman Egypt*), 54, 59 (also a collection of Nepal), 62 ("Samm. Konsul Meyer, Die Munzen der Abbasidischen Kalifen") Arabic*, 64 (Roman Special Topics*), 65 (Byz AE*), 70, 72, 73~^ [See auction catalog 64 for contents of other early numbers]
    Want list:  25 (1975, Trier gold), not 28 (1976, Koln gold, but only 2 ancients)
    Fixed price list "Katalog" 32 (Tarbistan*), 38 (Roman special topics* for molds)
    66-69, 71-72 have many ancients, but not much special

Munz Zentrum - Rheinland (Münz Zentrum) 131 (Crusader, Medieval*), 134~, 135~, 136~, 138~ (139 is lit, not wanted), 140 (in color), 142, 143.

Munzen und Medaillen (M&M, Monnaies et Medailles, Basel, Switzerland) auctions: IV, VII, VIII, IX (Merovingian*), X, XII, XIII, XV, XVII, XIX, XXI, XXV, XXVIII, 32, 35, 37, 38, 39^ (Carolingian), 41, 43, 44, 47, 52, 53, 54, 56 (art*), 57 (lit*), 61 (Bastien, Special Topics*). 64, 66, 68, 72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 79, 81 (Roman provincial*), 85, 86, 87^ (including Medieval* German bractates), 88, 89, 90, 92 (11/02), 93 "Roman Coins, Sammlung Arthur Bally-Herzog" (12/03), 94, 95.  [This was their final issue. They have gone out of business. See M&M Deutschland for a successor firm.]
    39 needs PR (Not in BCD coll -- it is medieval, not ancient).   Art*: "Kunstwerke der Antike" 19 Feb. 1980 (no coins)
    I would like any others with strong selections of ancient Roman coins.
    Notes: IV, XII, and XV have some ancient gold.
    I do not want:  XX, XXIII, XXIV, XXVII, XXIX, 22, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 36, 40, 42, 50, 56, 60, 63, because I think they do not have ancient coins.
    For Niggler, see "Leu/M&M"
M&M fixed price: All issues from the run 76-609 (3/04, which was their final issue).  Also, three "Sonderliste Herbst" issues without photos: 1993-5.
Note:  The modern format with illustrations begins with number 77. Prior to that they had no photos.
    Some are filed separately: 303, 325, 380, 416 all four (Greek Imperial*), also, 297. Most "Nov.-Dec." issues are filed with "Greek fractions",
    349 (quinarii, Special Topics*)

Munzen & Medaillen GMBH (was "M&M Deutschland".  1-15 [11 under architecture*], 16-23, 25, 27, 30  [17 and 21 are Greek AE*, some others are Greek Imperial*], 36, 37^, 38^(has 54 Persis), 40 [April 2015], 42

M&M Numismatics, Ltd (Washington, D.C.) I (Dec. 7, 1997, Greek Imperial*)
    fixed price 1 (April 1977), 2 (April-May 1998)   [These two fixed-price lists and one auction are all they issued.]


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Robert Myers/Adams auctions 1,2, 3, 4 (no PR issued), 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13   [This is the full run of auctions. 2-7 are with Adams, 1 and 8-13 are alone. 8 is ancient art and 10 is Oceanic Art.]
    Fixed price lists, small format:  "Greek and Roman silver coins" (1972),   "Small Greek silver" (1972),  "Greek imperial, Roman colonial, and Roman provincial*" (1972), "A numismatic bestiary" (1972 or 3?), "Greek and Byzantine silver and gold" (1974),  "Silver coins of Crete" (1974), fp: Jan 1974, March 1974, Sept. 1974, May 1975, Feb. 1976, Aug. 1976, Nov 1978 (Greek*), "Tetradrachms of Roman Egypt" (date? Egypt*), Mar. 1981, May 1982, Mar. 1983 (small format), "Greek bronze - Roman sestertii" (1973), "A numismatic pantheon" (no date, looks c. 1973),  "Greek and Roman silver -- Greek electrum" (1973).


Nercessian auction III, Abgarians Collection, Bulletin 18 (1996), both (Special Topics*, Armenian)

New England Rare Coin Galleries 1979 ANA 

New York Sale  I (12/98), II (12/99), III (12/00), IV (1/01), V (1/02), VI (1/03) , VII (1/04), IX (2005, Jan 13) (X is Russian coins and I don't have it), XI^, XIV (2007, Jan. 10), XVII (2008, Jan 9), XX (2009, Jan. 7), XXIII (2010, Jan 6), XXV (2011, Jan 5), XXVIII^ (2012, Jan 5), XXX (2013, Jan. 9) [XXXI and XXXIIII are not ancients], XXXII (2014, Jan. 8), XXXIV^ (2015, Jan. 6, Parthian*, Sellwood Sale part 2, XXXVII (2016, Jan. 5-6, "The Sunrise Collection" [omitting the Russian part], Parthian* Sasanian*), XXXIX, XL (misprinted XXXIX on the spine)

Nomos AG, Zurich, Switzerland  (Alan Walker) (Associated with CNG)
    fp Winter-Spring 2008; fp Winter-Spring 2009 "125 distinctive numismatic items";  Winter-Spring 2010 "127 distinctive numismatic items," Winter-Spring 2011 "126 distinctive numismatic items," Winter-Spring 2013 "117 distinctive numismatic items", Winter/Spring 2014 "130 Distinctive Numismatic Items", Winter-Sping 2015 "171 Distinctive Numismatic Items"
    Auction 1, 3 (2011, May 10), 4 ("Coins of Thessaly, the BCD Collection," 2011, May 10), 5 (2011, Oct. 25), 6 (2012, May 8), 7 (2013, May 15), 8 (2013, Oct. 22), 9 (2014, Oct. 21), 10 (2015, May 18), 11 (2015, Oct. 9), 13, Obolos 6 (2016 Nov. 20)
   obolos, webauction 3 (2015, Nov. 15)

Numismatic Art and Ancient Coins mbs 1 [no PR issued], 2, mbs 3, 4, fp 6.  They moved to Zurich and became:
Numismatic and Ancient Art Gallery AG:  7 (4/91, mostly art, nice Greek fractions)

The Numismatic Auction  [see "TradArt "]

Numismatic Fine Arts (NFA) [complete, I think] auctions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (2/78), 6 (2/79), 7 (12/79), 8 (Greek only, 6/80), 9 (10/80), 10 (9/81), 11 (12/82), 12 (3/83), Garrett, part 1 (May 16-18, 1984, joint with Leu), [#13, unnumbered] = Garrett II (10/84, joint with Bank Leu), 14 (11/84), [#15, unnumbered] Garrett III (mbs 3/85), 16 (12/85), #17 = 1986 Summer mbs (6/1986), #17 = ? , 18 (part I, Seleucid, part II, Roman and Byz 3/31-4/1 1987), #19 = Winter mbs (12/1987), 20 (3/88) HC, #21 = Fall mbs (10/1988), 22 (6/89), #23 = Winter mbs (12/89), #24 = Fall mbs (10/1990), 25 (11/90), 26 = ANA Centennial Sale, 27 (12/91), 28 Spring mbs (4/92), 29 (1992 ANA, 8/92), 30 (12/92), 31 (mbs 3/93), 32 (6/93), 33 (May 1994, no PR issued).
Others, not numbered:  wmbs 1/1982 (after #10), " Julius Caesar and his legacy" (5/91) after #25, and  Summer b-o-b 9/1993 (after #33 and before #34).
NFA fixed price lists (old, large format, series): 1.1 (Jan-Feb. 1971), 1.2, 1.3, 1.7, 1.8, 1.9, 1.10, 2.1-4, 3.1-4, 4.1-4, 5.1-5.3, 6.1 (Spring 1977)
NFA fixed price lists: new series, small format: 1 ("issue number 1", but see next, Aug 76) , 1 (10/77)- 13 (3-4/79), 15, 16 (Roman provincial*), 17, 18, 19 (lit*), 20-2, 24, 25 (*lit), 26, 27 (*lit), 28, 29, 31 (*lit), 32, 33 (*lit), 36 (Spring 1989)
NFA fixed price lists, large format: "price list 2" ("Greek minor", 3/86), "price list 3" (4/86), 4 ("Byzantine* Bronze," June 86), 34 (*lit), 35, 37 (*lit), 38, 39 (*lit), 40 (lit*), 41

NFA Edward Gans, mbs 16 (4/19/1960) with PR

Numismatica Ars Classica (NAC) :  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18, 21, 23, 24 [3/15], 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 34, 38 [2/2015], 39, 40, 41, 42, 44^, 45, 46, 48, 49, 51, 52, "The William James Conte Collection" (special collection catalog which cites the sale catalogs, but is not a sale catalog), 54, "The Luc Girard Collection of Roman Sestertii" [undated, which cites sale 54, but is not a sale catalog] 55 (BCD Lokris), 56, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66 HC, 67 HC, 70 (*Republican), 71 (Huntington Roman Gold, part II), 72, 73 (*Republican), 74 (JDL Collection, part 1, joint with TradArt), 75 (Byzantine*), 77 VHV "David Walsh Collection", 78 parts I and II, 79 (2014, Oc. 20, "JDL Collection, part II), 80 (2014, Oct. 20 "C.G. Collection of Roman Coins"), 82 "The M. L. Collection of Coins of Magna Graecia and Sicily" and "The J. Falm Collection: Miniature Masterpieces of Greek Coinage Depiciting Animals" (Greek fractions*), 83 "A collection of Roman Republican* Coins of a Student and his Mentor", 84 (two parts)  86 (2015, Oct 8, "The Gasvoda Collection, Part I" Special topics,* Roman, 12 Caesars), 87 (2015, Oct. 8, "The Ernst Ploil Collection of Roman coins, Part I" Special topics* Roman 2nd-3rd C)), 88 (2015, Oct. 8) , 91 "George W. La Borde Collection of Roman Aurei" (Roman gold*), 92 (2 parts, both Roman Republican*, although the second also has Julian II and Festival of Isis), 93 "Germanic Migrations" (Dark Ages*), 94, 95, 97, 98
    Autumn 95, Friedrich Sestertii, Gil Steinberg, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R
    I also have NAC/Leu "Arcadius to Constantine XI" (with PR)
    [I've seen NAC 3 and passed it up for having few ancients. I don't want 12, 14, 16, or others without strong groups of ancients. 17 was never issued. 19 and 20 (both 11/2000) are not ancients. I do not want 22. 26 is not ancients. 58 is Knights of St. John of Rhodes and Malta. 65]

NAC and Spink Taisei (jointly) 51 (1 June 94), 52 part 2 (26-27 Oct. 94)


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Numismatica Genevensis  (Geneva, Dr. Alain Baron) I (11/00), III (29-30 Nov. 2004, removed), IV~ (11-12 Dec. 2006), V (HC, 2008, Dec. 2-3), VI^ (2010, Nov. 30 & Dec. 1), VII (2012, Nov. 27-28) [3/15])

Numismatica Handelsgesellschaft M.B.H & Co, KG, Wien (Vienna)  IV (22-23 April 1974)

Numismatique  [see "Vinchon" and Argenor"]   

Olympus fp 3 (Greek*), 5 (Roman Egypt*), 10 (Summer, 1984) is Byz*

Owl, fp Spring-Summer 1975 - July 1984 (all?, small format)
    Aurelia Collection (Roman Republican, Special Topics*) mbs Oct. 1980 (ants, Postumus-Numerian Special Topics*), "A Numismatic Bestiary" (1981?, Special Topics*)

Palladium buy-or-bid sales 1-18 (They quit. I think I have them all.) R 7/2013

Parke-Bernet Galleries (New York)  "Edward Newell Collection" 1968, Oct. 16-17.

Parthian, The (see "Shore")

Pedoni, Roberto, Numismatica e Arte, S.N.C. (Rome)  "Ippocrate"  (fp. All in color, date? 2003?)

Pegasi auction I (9/95 with PR), II (6/96) (rest have no PRs, none issued?), III (4/97), IV, V, VI (4/02), VII (10/02), VIII (4/03), IX (10/03), XI, XII (missing X, XIII), XIV, XV wPR,  XX^ (April 21, 2009), XXI^, XXII, XXVI,
buy-or-bid 82, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 99, 100, 101, 114, 116, 120-122, 124-134, 139 (Aug. 17, 2010), 142  (large format, no PRs), 80, 83, 84 (small format)
    Early "Historia Numismata" fp 1 8/90, II (7/91)

Peus (Dr. Busso) 271, 284^, 301, 304, 316, 317^&319^ (each "Part I" not ancient, medieval* German bractates), , 326 (d'Este),  332, 334, 337, 338, 340, 341, 343, 345, , 360, 361, , 365, 366 (Roman Provincial*), 368, , 371, 372, 374, 382, 384, 395, 392, 393, 395~ (42 Sasanian seals), 396,

322 (Roman Republican*), 330 (Roman Republican*), 348 (Roman* AE), 357 (Roman* Trier), 363 (Persian, special topics*), 369 (Roman Provincial*, although it has much else and Roman Egypt, too).New format, ancients and Islamic only:  376 (Parthian*), 378, 380 (11/04),, 386 (Parthian*), 388 (Parthian*),  407 HC (2012, Nov. 7, Greek*),

    I think I want 289 (Rome and others, 125 plates, 20DM), 355 (4/98).
    I know I do not want (because they do not have ancients):  339, 341 (some Arabic) 344, 352, 354, 356, 362, 370, 373, 375, 377, 379, 381, 383, 385, 394, 397


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PMV fp almost all, 1-34 (all small format but, oddly, 19 is a larger format)

Poinsignon, A. and J.C. Baudey & M. Pesce and R. Barthold "Monnaies de Collection" Lyon, 17-19 Oct. 1982 (pale yellow HC, French, filed with Vinchon. Looks like Gadoury.)
 
Ponterio  61 (CICF, 93, with PR), mbs 63 (6/93, with PR), 66,  72  (all without PRs except the two), 126^ (July 1, 2003)
     [cut up with only the ancients remaining:]  68~ Dark Ages*(Visigothic gold, CICF, 94), 126^~, 130~, 132~, 133~^, 134~, 136~, 137~^, 138~^, 141~^, 144~^, 145~^, 146~^ (2008 April 25-26)  

Prier (Comptoir General Financier = CGF = Compagnie Generale de Bourse = CGB) Auctions "Monnaies": I^, II^ (Gaul, special topics*, with PR), III, IV^, V^, VII^, IX~, XIII^ (BCD does not have the PR), XV^ (Celtic, special topics*), XXI (in color, "Collection Laurent Schmitt"), XXIV (2005, June 24, Gaul Celtic*), 38^, 47, (2011, March 19, all Greek), (2011, Oct. 15), 49^ (Greek AE*), 50, 51 (2011, Nov. 17, all Greek), 52 (Republican*), 53^, 55^, 57^, 59^  (Greek fractions, North Africa, Postumus)
fixed price lists: "Rome" IV-XII. Rome IV (Severus Alexander), Rome V (Probus), Rome VI (Philip), Rome VII (Gordian III), VIII (Sept. Sev. and family); IX (Trajan Decius and family, plus some Roman imperial), X (Aurelian and Severina),  XI (Treb. Gallus and Volusian plus late Roman),  XII (Maximinus-late Roman), XIII (Claudius II), XXIX (2011, Gallic Empire), XXVI,  31, 35, 36 (denarii to Gordian III)
    "Monnaies" XVII has only 8 ancients, XI, XIX discarded
fixed price lsits:  "Monetae" VI (Proman provincial*)

Privat Kreditbank (Lugano) fp no.1, Autumn 1976 (small format) 

Rasmussen, Arne Bruun (Copenhagen) 1970 March 10-12 "Paul M. Proschowsky" collection of Greek* Coins

Rath 4 (Special Topics*, Becker forgeries)

Ratto  (reprint) Collection Claudius Cote "Monnaies de Tarente" (1/1929),  Byzantine "Ratto" (1930, Dec. 9, HC), "Collection Edward A. Sydenham, Aes Grave Italique, Monnaies Romaines Consulaires" (1928, Feb. 7).

Rauch 
56, nachtrag zu Catalog I (1996, Feb. 5)  Roman gold*
60 I (1977 Nov. 3-5) (Moesia, Thrace, Special Topics*)
Fernauktion 6 (all ancients, Oct 4, 2002) (Kings of the Bosporus, Special Topics*)
91~ (2012, Dec. 6-7, Catalog I, 193 Severans, late Roman folles*)


26~ (23-25 June 1980), 40~ (1988, Jan 18-20), 41~ (1988, June 6-8), 42~ (1989 Jan 16-18), 43~ (1989 June 5-7), 44~ (12-14 Feb. 1990), 45~ (29-31 Oct. 1990), 46~ (1991, May 6-8), 47~ (1991, Nov 4-5), 48~ (6-8 April 1992) 49 I (11/92), 50~ (19-21 April 1993), 51~ (20-22 Sept 1993), 52 I (25 April 1994), 53~ (28-29 Nov. 1994), 54 I (ancients only, 27 April 1995), 55 I, , 57, 58 catalog III, 59, , 61 I, mbs 16.9.98 [no PR published], 62 I, 63~ (3-4 May 1999), Fernauktion 3 (Sept 14, 1999, ancients only), 64 teil II [all with PRs, except the unpublished one], 65 I (all ancients, April 10, 2000), Fernauktion 4 (all ancients, Sept. 8, 2000), 66~ (2-3 Oct 2000) 67 (all ancients, Feb. 26, 2001), Fernauktion 5 (Sept. 1, 2001, all ancients), 68 (all ancients, Nov. 5, 2001), 69 (all ancients, May 13, 2002), , 70 I (all ancients, Nov 14, 2002), 71, part 1, 72~ (20-21 Sept 2003), Fernauction 7 (23 Jan. 2004), 73 (5/04), 8th mbs (1 Oct. 2004), 74~ (7-8 Dec 2004), 75, mbs 9 (23 Sept. 2005, 2 volumes, one is coins, one is art*)), mbs 10 parts I (coins) and II (art) (2 March 2006),  76, 77 (1-11 April 2006), mbs 11 (2006 Sept. 12), 79~, 2007 Jan 27 Kunstobjecte der Antike, Art*), 80 Part I (2007 June 1-2); Sommerauktion 2007 (2007, Sept. 11-12)(no part II); 81~ (2007 Nov. 23-24), 82a (23-25 April 2008) (there is a second auction labled "82" of 23-25 April 2008 with no ancients, discarded).  Sommerauktion 2008 (2008, Sept. 15-16), 83~ (2008, Nov. 14-15), "New York 2009" Jan 11, 2009, 84; Sommerauktion 2009, 17 Sept. 2009; 85; 86, 7-e-live-Auktion 19 March 2010, Sommerauktion 2010 (13 Sept. 2010), 87 (2010, Dec. 8-10), 9.-e-live-Auktion~ (2100, March 24-25), "Auktion zu Numismata" (2011 April 15), 10.-e-live-Auktion~ (2100, Juky 14-15)^, 88 2011, May 17-18), Sommerauktion 2011 (19-21 Sept. 2011), 11.e-live-Auktion^ (2012, March 23-24), 90 (2012, June 4-6), Sommerauktion 2012 (20-22 Sept., 2102), 92 (22-24 April 2013), 13-e-live-auktion (2013, June 28-29), Sommerauktion 2013 (18-20 Sept., 2102),
     fixed price lists:  (yellow) August 1993~, August 1994~
    Notes:  70, II (14-15 Nov. 2002) and 6 mbs (4 Oct. 2002) have no ancients, 49 III is Mittelalter und Neuzeit.

Ritter (Munzhandlung Ritter, Dusseldorf) (fixed price lists "Lagerlisten" 40 (1995, Dec.), 41, 46, 60 (August 2002)-66, 68 (August 2004), 70-73, 75 (10/05)

Robinson, Frank 39- (c. 2001) xx

Roma (London) II (2011, Oct. 2) III (2012, March 31), IV^ parts 1 and 2, V (2013, March 23)^, VI^ part 2, VII^, VIII^, IX^, X^

Rynearson, Paul  fp 8/75, 12/75,  3/77, 2/78,  Fall 85, Fall 87, Wn 85, Wn 88, Sp 88, Fall 88, Sp 89, Fall 89

St. James Auctions (see Baldwin's)

Schulman Coin and Mint, Inc. (New York) Oct. 1972 "Harding collection of ancient coins and antiquities" (with contorniates, late Roman special topics*) "Victor H. Weill Collection and Vatican duplicates" April 26-28, 1972

Schulman, Jacques.  243 (1966, June 8-10, "Richard J. Graham Collection" including Roman bronze medallions), 248 (11/68), 254 (Nov. 1971), 256 (May 1973), 258 (June 1974, special topics* Roman sestertii), 262^ [BCD does not have the PR] (5/75), 265 (Sept. 1976), Gibbs collection (1/71 New York),  270 (June 23-24, 1980, fpl #233 (Oct. 1986)

Schulten  (Koln, Germany) hardcover 10/81, 27-29 March 1990, 15-17 Oct. 1990

Schweizerischer Bankverein (Zurich, Switzerland) fp. Fall 1975 (small format, Greek*), 
auctions:  2 (1977, Oct. 27) HC, 5 (1979, Oct. 16) HC, 6 (1980, April 19) HC.

Schweizerische Kredit Bank  (see "Schweizerische Kreditanstalt" next)  
Schweizerische Kreditanstalt  (= Credit Suisse) 1, 2, 3, 4 (Special Topics*, Armenian), 5, 7, 8. [1-8 is a complete run. 6 is literature only--no coins.]
    Fixed price lists entitled "Monetarium": 24, 26, 28-30, 33, 35-39 (36 in bad shape), 42-63 missing 60.

Seaby Aug. 1962 - Feb. 1965, Jan 1971 - May 1978, 1980-1987 (all), 1988 all but October, 1989 (#839, 842), 1990 (#847-8).


Shore, Fred (= The Parthian) many small format and large format  13, (2 unnumberd possibly 14-15), 16-20, 24-27, 54, 55 (Greek Imperial*), 56-72 (all small format to here, after here 8 1/2 by 11), 73-85, 86-90
    fp 22 

Sotheby's [all with PRs]  London, unless specified otherwise.  
    Until 1990 most are small format green cardcover auctions
    1969, Feb. 19 "Extremely Important collection of Roman Coins mostly in Gold"
    1970, April 22 "Important Collection of Ancient Coins"
    1972, March 9, "Jungfleisch" (Roman Egypt*);
    1972, Nov. 10 (Zurich) "Ancient and Later Coins, Part I, The Property of the Metropolitan Museum of Art" (HC)
    1973, April 4-5,(Zurich) "Ancient and Later Coins, Part II, The Property of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Greek Coins from the John Ward Collection"  (HC, buyers and bids inked in by someone who attended the sale)  
    1975, May 7 (Zurich) "Woodbridge, Greek"
    1975, May 7 (Zurich) "Woodbridge, Roman"
    1976, Dec. 1-2 "Eton College, Roman"^
    1977, Feb. (New York) "Sanborn Collection"
    1979, June 20 "Doheny"  (HC) 
    1979, Nov. 14 (London)
    1981, Dec. 3^, "Catalog of ancient coins ... various owners"  (only 3 page plates)
    1982, May 20^, "Ancient, English, and Foreign" 
    1982, July 1, "Brand, Part 1"
    1982, Nov. 4, "Roman Coins, Duke of Northumberland, removed from Alnwick Castle"
    1983, March 24, "including Jewish and important Sasanian" (7 plates)
    1983, May 12, "A collection of Ancient Greek coins" 
    1983, June, Brand Part 3 (brown cardcover)
    1983, 17 Nov., "Ancient Coins, Property of various owners" 
    1984, Feb. 1-2, Brand Part 5 (brown cardcover)
    1984, April 17 "Islamic" (Special topics *)
    1984, Oct. 25, Brand Part 7 (brown cardcover)  
    1985, Oct. 4, Brand part 10 (brown cardcover) [I have all the Brand parts with ancient coins].
    1986, Nov. 24, "Antiquities and Ancient Art *" [not coins]
    1986, Nov. 28 (Zurich) "Ancient Gold Coins"
    1990, June 19 (New York) "Nelson Bunker Hunt Collection: Highly Important Greek and Roman Coins" (HC, Hunt I)  
    1990, June 19 (New York) "Nelson Bunker Hunt Collection of Highly Important Greek Vases and the William Herbert Hunt Collection of Highly Important Greek, Roman, and Etruscan Bronzes." 
    1990, June 21-22 (New York)  "Nelson Bunker Hunt Collection: Important Greek and Roman Coins"  (HC, Hunt II)
    1990, Nov. 12 (Switzerland, Geneve) [only 65 ancients]
    1990, Dec. 4 (New York) "Nelson Bunker Hunt Collection: Highly Important Greek and Roman Coins" (HC)  
    1990, Dec. 5-6 (New York) "William Herbert Hunt Collection: Highly Important Byzantine Coins"  
    1991, June 21 (New York) ""William Herbert Hunt Collection: Important Byzantine Coins"
    1991, Dec. 12 "Ada Small Moore Collection of Near Eastern Seals"
    1992, April 10 "Coins, Medals, and Paper Money"
    1992, Dec. 8&9 "Ancient, Foreign, and US Coins" (lesser emphasis on ancients)
    1993, Oct. 26 (Zurich) "Important Greek and Roman Coins, NFA" (HC)
    1993, Oct. 27-28 (Zurich) "Greek and Roman Coins, NFA"
    1993, Dec 9-10 (New York)  "Ancient, Foreighn...NFA"
    1995, July 5 "Two Hundred Highly Important Greek and Roman Coins" 
    1996, Mar. 7 "Ancient Coins"  
    1996, July 8 "Highly Important Greek and Roman Coins" 
    1997, March "John J. Slocum Collection of Coins of the Crusades" (medieval*)
    1998, Nov. 2 "An Important Private Collection of Byzantine* Coins
    1999, April 22-23. "Stack Collection" (of British coins, medieval*) 


Quick links:  AAG, Christie's, CNG, Freeman and Sear, Gorny, Lanz, Leu, Malter, M&M, Myers/Adams, NAC, NFA, Peus, Sotheby's, Sternberg, Tkalec, Vinchon, Waddell           

Spink auctions: 
    "Ancient coins" (15-16 Feb., 1977 joint with Galerie des Monnaies* SA, Geneva)
    "Ancient coins" (10 Oct. 1977, joint with Galerie des Monnaies* SA, Geneva)
    #20 ("Griechische Munzen", Zurich, 6. Oct. 1986, HC)
    #32 (30 Nov. 1983), 36 (30 May 1984)
    #123 (11/97) (London) "Michael Kelly Collection of Roman Silver Coins"
    "Byzantine* Seals, George Zacos, Part II" (25 May, 1999) 
    #138^ (13 Oct. 1999) "Islamic Coins, Turath Collection part III
    Dressmann Roman Gold, Part I (13 April 2000)
    Dressmann "Byzantine and Early European Gold" Part II (13 July 2000, Byzantine*)
    "Viking" (14 May 2001, medieval*)
Spink Numismatic Circular (fixed price lists) 1962 have June-December. 1963-1967 complete.  1968 missing #1. 1968-1973 complete (1972, #11 is ragged). 1974 complete except missing covers on Oct and Nov, 1975 complete bound, 1976 missing #6 and the cover of #11, 1977 missing #9, 1978 complete, 1979 missing #1, #11 and cover of #7-8, 1980 complete. 1981 complete bound.  1983-1987 complete bound by year, 1988 missing #1, 1992 #9, 1993 #2-10, 1994 #1-10 (all), 1995 #1-10 (all), 1996 #7-10, 1997 #1-8.  (I would like the missing and more recent issues.)  August 2006.     
    Want list notes:  1982, I have none of them. Note: Until Sept. 1966 the coins for sale were not illustrated -- therefore I do not want issues before then, except to complete the runs I already have.
Spink America  May 3, 1995
Spink and Son USA, auction 4 (Greek*) 

Stack's and Coin Galleries (New York)

     also, by Wayte Raymond, a (thin) catalog of the J.P.Morgan Collection with the Abukir medallions (by Noe, 1953)
1991, Nov. 13. CG Greek fractions*
1994, June 8-10.  Stack's. Celtic* silver
1995, Feb. 15. CG late Roman* medallions

1983, Sept. 14 "The J. Pierpont Morgan Collection." Small format and thin. Good commentary and outstanding coins with at most two coins per page. 101 Greek and Roman coins. 32 high value Greek and 69 Roman gold, all but the last 5 are aurei.
  Roman gold (69)
1984, May 5.  The Frederick S. Knobloch Collection of Late Roman and Byzantine Coins" small format. 679 lots, many not illustrated. (I'd guess about 400 of the best are illustrated) 569 gold and silver from Diocletian to the end of the empire,   310 Byzantine gold and silver. (A few excellent copper coins are illustrated)
  Late Roman and Byzantine gold and silver (679)
1990, Nov. 29 "Men of Rome, the John Whitney Walter Collection" VHV. VHQP.  79 very high quality ancient Roman portrait coins, almost all gold, in an attempt to create the longest run of Roman portrait gold. Long paragraphs of description. Spectacular!  For example, two portraits of Brutus in gold. Emperors through Severus Alexander, including Pertinax, Didius Julianus, Pescennius Niger, Clodius Albinus, Macrinus, Diadumenian, and other rarities as aureii. A few denarii as included. All photographed in B&W plus very large enlargements in color.  Usually two coins per two pages.
 
  Roman gold (79)
2008, Jan. 14. "The Lawrence R. Stack Collection of Ancient Greek Coins" 271 very high value ancient Greek coins in a very high quality presentation catalog. Gorgeous!  Quite a bit of Greek gold, signed Katana tetradrachm, demareteion, etc. All Greek. Everthing in color and also enlarged in color.
    early Athens owls (22)
2009, Jan 12, "Moneta Imperii Romani Byzantini" 640 ancients, illustated throughout in color with almost all also x2 in color. 44 late Roman (mostly gold rarities), 344 Byzantine rarities, mostly gold but lots of silver and copper too,  281 Byzantine-related and early European coins (almost all outstanding), including 12 Ostrogoths, 3 Visigoths, 7 Merovingians, 10 Axumite, 3 Lombards, 3 Duchy of Naples, 4 Lombards, 14 Normans in South Italy, 14 Arab-Byzantine, 7 Georgia, 27 Armenian, 9 Latin East Crusaders, 3 Kingdom of Cyprus, 27 Turkoman, 16 Bulgarian empire, 13 Kingdom of Serbia, 1 of Bosnia, 1 of Venice, 4 of Patriarchate of Aquileia, 1 of Trieste, 3 Anglo-Saxon, 7 Norman and Platagenet England, 58 other early Europe.
    Late Roman (44), Byzantine (344), Byzantine-related (over 100), early medieval (over 100)
 

I have most Stack's ("S" prefix) and Coin Galeries large-format catalogs with ancients from 11/1991-2006, some with PRs [I don't actively seek the other PRs]
[Almost all of these are cut up and have the ancients only, with the rest discarded]  1988: S3/4-5, S9/8-9, S12/8-9, 1989: 2/22, S4/8, 5/24, 8/23, 1/15, 12/7-8,  1990: 2/21, 5/23, 7/18, 11/7, S11/29-30,  1991: 2/13, 4/10, 7/17, 11/13, 1992: 2/12, 4/15,  1993: 2/10, 4/14, 4/14 Part I, "Golden Gate Collection", 4/14 Part II, S6/14, 7/14, 11/10, 12/3 "Michael Price" (High Quality*), 12/8,  1994: 2/16, 4/12, 6/8-10, 7/13, 11/9,  1995: 2/15, 4/12, S5/4,  7/18, 11/8, S12/6-7,  1996: 2/14, 4/10, S6/10-12, 7/17, 11/6, S12/3-4,  1997: 2/12, 4/16, S6/97 "Schoonmaker Collection",  7/16, S12/2 (Islamic*), S12/2-3,  1998: 2/19, 4/15. S6/9-10, 7/15, 11/10,  1999: 2/17, 4/14, 7/14, S6/8, 11/10, S12/1-2,  2001: 2/27, 4/18, 7/24,S12/4, 12/10,  2002: 2/19, S3/7-8, 4/18, 7/17, 11/13,  2003: S1/15, 2/26, 4/23, 7/16, 11/12,  2004:  S1/13, 2/25, 4/21, 7/21, 12/14~^  2005: 2/16, 4/13~, 7/20, 12/14~^ 2006: S3/7,  4/19~^, 8/2~^, 12/13~^, 2007: 2/21~^,
[For Coin Galeries, I have seen and know I do not want 7/4/99, 12/2-3/98, 11/10/98, 4/15/98, 11/5/97, 2/12/97, 12/3-4/96. Stack's 4/29-30 and May 1, 1987]  2011 (Stack's and Bowers, August 16-17, ANA)^
    "Reinhold Faelten Collection, Ancient Coins" Stack's (1/1938)
    "Berlin Collection" Stack's 1952, June 27^
    "Hall Park McCullough Collection of Ancient Roman coins" (11/20-21/1967)
    "Fred V. Fowler Collection of Ancient Greek and Roman..." (6/19-20/1969)
    1970, June 10-11, Stack's "Knoblock Collection of Greek" (Special Topics, Greek*)  
    "Massachusetts Historical Society.. part I, Ancient coins" (3/5/71) [removed] 
    1977 Numismatic Review (Coin Galleries) fp: I.2; 1978, II.1; 1979, II.2  (with articles on shekels and on Architecture on coins)
    1978, March 28, Coin Galleries mbs
    1978, May 3-4, Stack's "Knoblock Collection of Roman Republican" (Special Topics, Roman Republican*)
    1980, May 1-3, Stack's "Knoblock Collection of Roman Imperial" 
    1980, Sept. 17-18, Stack's "Autumn Sale"
   


Stack's-Bowers 161 (August 12-20, 2011) "The August 2011 Chicago ANA Auction"~

Sternberg , Auctions: 30 Nov - 1 Dec. 1973 (#1); 29-30 Nov. 1974 (#3);  28-29 Nov. 1975 (#5, Byzantine AE*), 25-26 Nov. 1976, "Ancient" (#6), VII, VIII (Byz AE*) , IX (HC), X-XIII, XIV (HC), XV (HC), XVI (HC), XVII (HC), XVIII (HC), XIX (HC), XX (HC), XXI (HC), XXII (HC), XXIV (HC), XXV (HC), XXVI (1992)-XXXV (2000) [XXXII Republican*]
mbs sale 1 (18 Dec. 1999)   This is all with ancients through 35.
    Lagerlisten (smaller format fixed price lists) July 1987, July 1989, June 1990, and #3-12 (1991-1999).
    [28 was joint with Freeman and Sear, "Roman Bronze Coinage" auction 10/1995]
    I want number 23.
    #2 and #4 are not ancients. #23 was early art with Semetic inscriptions, #30 was "Gold of Asia" (of all kinds) and not numismatic.

Superior (Stamp and Coin)
1989, Dec. 9-10 "Jascha Heifetz Collection, part 2"
1991, 5 Dec. "Abraham Bromberg collection of Jewish Coins, part I";
1992 10 Dec. "Abraham Bromberg collection of Jewish Coins, part II"; Dec. 11-12, 1992 (Adams and Applebaum); Dec. 8, 1993 (Abramowitz); August 22, 1994 Sale;  May 30, 1995 (Greek*);  August 13, 1995; 
1995, NYI Dec 8-9, "Herbst Collection" (Jewish*)

    Oct. 14-15, 1971; Ruby II, June 17-23, 1974;  C.O.I.N. June 15-19, 1976;  U Wisconsin Oct. 3-5, 1977;  CICF  May 30 - June 1, 1980;  August sale, Aug 8-10, 1983;  October '84, Oct 1-2, 1984;  1985, Dec. 8-9 "NYINC Auction"^, , Sept. 21, 1990;  May 30, 1990 Sale;  ;  "Irving Goodman" June 2-4, 1996 (w. antiquities, cut down) ; NYI Dec. 6-7, 1996;  Reinhart, June 3-4, 1997;  NYI Dec. 5,6, 1997 (cut down);  Parker, June 2-3, 1998;  NYI Dec 4-5, 1998;  NYI Dec 3&4, 1999;  Pre Long Beach June 5-7, 2000;
Fixed Price lists:  "World Coin List" from Winter 1977, Fall, 1980; Summer 1981, Winter 1982
cut up with ancient parts:  mbs 3/25/1994,  Pre Long Beach May 27-29, 2001 (with PR).  [Sept. 2016 to Ras]
Ancient art:  fp Winter 1977 

Swiss Bank Corporation (see Schweizerischer Bankverein)

Swiss International Coin Auction AG (SINCONA) Zurich
Auction 3 (2011, Oct. 25) "Important Collection of Byzantine* Coins" [539 gold coins]


Quick links:  AAG, Christie's, CNG, Freeman and Sear, Gorny, Lanz, Leu, Malter, M&M, Myers/Adams, NAC, NFA, Peus, Sotheby's, Sternberg, Tkalec, Vinchon, Waddell            

Thesaurus s.r.l.
(San Marino) 6 (2011, Oct. 8), 7 "Gemini" (2012, Nov. 10)

Tkalec  (through 1989 as "Tkalec and Rauch")
    1986, 1987, Nov. 16-17; 1989, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005 (9 May, cardcover) [There was no 2004.] 28 Feb. 2007 "Roman Gold Coins";  2007, April 22; 2007 Feb. 28 "Ferruccio Bolla Collection";  2008, Feb. 29; 2008, Sept. 8; 2009, May 7; 2010, May 17; 2011 Oct. 27; 2012 Feb. 29;  2013 Feb. 28, 2013 Oct. 22, 2014 Nov. 26,
    [Want-list notes: 1985 is 1/2, but not wonderful]

Tradart 1991, Dec. 12, hardcover; 1992, Nov. 8; 1993, Nov. 18; 1994, Nov. 17;  1995, Nov. 16;
    The Numismatic Auction I (12/82), II (12/83), and III (12/85) [by TradArt] [I-III is the entire run.]

Triton (are numbered in the CNG run. See "CNG ")  (all to date)

UBS 45 (bulky, not enough ancients), 59a, 75 (Roman gold*), 77 (Celtic*), 78 (Roman, including imperatorial* and Augustus)

A.G. van der Dussen b.v. (Netherlands) [see Dussen]

Vecchi all (1-17 and two "New York Sale" auctions).  [The run is complete.]

V.C. Vecchi and Sons, 8 Oct. 1986, 10 (10 Oct. 1983)
    fp 16 (1976?), Bonhams sale 8 with V.E. Vecchi and Sons 11-12 Oct 82 (architecture, Special Topics*)

Vedrines [French, filed with Vinchon]  29 Dec. 1983, 7 July 1984, 29 Dec. 1984

Vinchon  1966, 7 Nov. "Collection P. M."; 22-24 Feb. 1971, 29 April 1974 "Collections Roger Peyrefitte" (red HC), 23-24 April 1976 (HC), 22-23 April 1977 (HC), 7-8 Nov. 1977 (HC); 30 June 1978 (white HC), 25-26 Feb. 1980 (coins, also cylinder seals, also, a small insert on the Meyer collection of "Hebrew" coins), Nov. 12-13 1982, 14 April 1984 "Comtesse de Behague -- Monnaies Grecques", 13 April 1985 "Monnaies Greques Antiques" (brown HC),  "Collection Armand Trampitsch" (ancient) (11/13-15/1986, HC); 15 Nov. 1986 (Numismatique, Monte-Carlo, Sporting D'Hiver); 11-13 April 1988;  1 June 1988, white HC "Collection Armand Trampitsch" (medieval*); 15 Nov. 1989 (Small format, "Collection Maurice Laffaille"), 23-24 April, 1990^ "Collection J. M. de Costa Rica", "Paris, Drouot Richelieu" (Nov. 20, 1992), "Collection Manual Canovas" (18 May 1994), "Collection Sneja, Velkov, and Feret" 24-25 Nov. 1994,  22-23 May 1995, 22 Nov. 1995, 24-26 April 1996, 26 April 1999, 23 Jan 2001, 7 Nov. 2001, 7 Oct. 2003
    ["Gadoury" has some very similar catalogs.]

Waddell: fp 1, 2 (Greek Imperial, architecture*), 3-14 (small format) and 15-75 (large format) 29 is antiquities,
Auction 1 (Greek Imperial*), buy-or-bid #1 (Greek Imperial*), 2 (issued near list 27, Byzantine AE*), buy-or-bid 2/1985, "supplemental list August 1994"
Bargain list 1-8, 9 (Greek Imperial*), 10.
Ads for numerous on-line auctons. [See also "Birkler and Waddell" for earlier catalogs]

Warden  fixed price list 1 (2001), 2 (2001), 3 (2003), 4 (12/04), 5 (12/06)

Youngerman, William "1985 Ancient Gold" (Gold*)



Quick links:  AAG, Christie's, CNG, Freeman and Sear, Gorny, Lanz, Leu, Malter, M&M, Myers/Adams, NAC, NFA, Peus, Sotheby's, Sternberg, Tkalec, Vinchon, Waddell               

Minor

The Parsons Collection by Henry Christensen July 9, 1965.

Other, minor, mostly lesser quality. Some from: Amphora (Biblical), Antiquity Imports, Golan (Sp 1994, Fall 1994, 5, 6, 8), Herman, Ponterio and Wyatt, Rynearson, Walker

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Want-list notes

Bankhaus Aufhauser:  6 (10/89), 7, 8 (10/91), 10 (10/93) large format, about 1/4 ancients. Too bulky to want. 
  14 has 18 pll. ancients out of a total of 102 pll.  15 has 17 pll. among 105 pll. 16 has18 pll. among 94 pll.  (not enough to want)

Casa del Sello 2004 

Christie's:  Sept. 7, 1989, Sept. 13, 1990, March 13, 1990, all 3 "Ancient, Foreign, and US" (only about 100 ancients, not all pictured, and pictures not great. Can give a pass. 

Dominique Thiron. very thin, one-three sheets of paper, fixed-prices lists. d'hiver 1992/3, Fall 1993. 1993/4.  Fall 1994, #42 and #43. Discarded. 

Hauck and Bankhaus Aufhauser (continues Bankhaus Aufhauser)  14, 15, and 16.  Ted said "In each case about 1/3 of the catalogue is ancients."  (i.e. not desired)

Dr. Ralph DeMarco Fp 2 (Fall 2001)

Heidelberger Munzhandlung. 8 1/4" by 10 5/8" thick, glossy catalogs, mostly European coins. The ancients are mostly below $100, with a few special coins. Typically about 6 coins photographed per page of text, quite a few with enlargements (but, only because of high grade, not because they are highly valuable), and they average about 2 color plates per catalog (usually of the European coins). Many coins are not photographed, so I mention the number of pages rather than the number of lots. These are heavy catalogs and ancient coins form only a small percentage of the coins. Each is a typical mix of Greek, Roman Republican, some Roman provincial, and Roman imperial. Many of the coins (especially the Roman Imperial) are simply common types, beneath the quality that CNG would bother to offer in a catalog.
21 (11/97)  72 pages among 320   [15 pages of a collection of late Roman folles from Trier -- not super coins]
22 (5/98)  53 pages among 457
23  (11/98) 38 pages among 421
25  (5/99)  53 among 235
27  (6/99)  76 pages among 258 
29  (5/00)  112 pages among 628  
30  (10/00) 54 pages among 296 
31  (12/00)  19 pages among 284 

Hess/Leu  32 #13  no (European gold)

Kricheldorf  42, 43, 49 (1/5 ancients) no

Kunker   62 (thin, 1000 ancients)   I have seen and do not want the others from 50-72

Kunst und Munzen, at Mike's I saw XXIV (1984), XXV (1985) brackeates (yes),  XXVI (1988), XXVII (1989) not ancients, XXVIII (1992) (1/5)  no.
    Lists: 58 no, 59 not ancients, 60 (1/3),61 not ancients,  62 (40%, okay), 63 no, 64 no, 65 no, 66 (Nov 91, 45% yes, not great),  

Note from Oliver Hoover re:: M&M Antiquities Catalogues.  Munzen und Medaillen AG Basel.
Kunstwerke der antike 22 13 May 1961
"  26 5 October 1963
" 34 6 May 1967
" 40 13 Dec. 1969
" 50 14/15 March 1975
" 56 19 Feb. 1980
" 60 21 Sept. 1982
" 63 29 June 1983

Malloy LXVI (9/02), LXVII (11/02), LXVIII (3/03), LXVIIII, LXX (12/03), LXXI (5/04), LXXIII   [removed]

M&M Deutschland fp 1 (May 2000) has no photos!

MunzZentrum:  I want 108 (9/01, with a collection of imitations)
    At Tory's I saw 65-69 and 71-73 -- all only 1/3 - 1/5 ancients.  Too bulky to want.
    #47, 54
    101, 105 (1/6), 106 (1/5)  no

Peus
too few ancients in 330-333 and most others

Rauch:  I've seen 40-54 and each has about 1/4 to 1/5 ancients. However, there are light blue thin ancient-only catalogs such as some of the ones I have and "3 Fernauction, 14.9.99" that are good.

Schulman 282 is not ancients 

Spink America  Sept. 12, 1995  only 50 ancients, photos not great (removed)
Spink auction 31 (10/83)  83 ancients among  861

Sternberg: generally nice and worth having.
Sternberg prices (from the firm, 3/27/01) in Swiss Franks:
1: 30 [I have], 2: 30 [not ancient], 3: n.a [I have].,  4: 30 [not ancient], 5: 30 [I have], 6: 30, 7: 30, 8: 30, 9: 85, 10: 30, 11: 30, 12: n.a., 13: 60, 14: 60, 15: 40, 16: 40, 17: 100, 18: 100, 19: 60, 20: 60, 21: 40, 22: 40, 23: 40, 24: 40, 25: 40,
[26: n.a., 27: 40, 28: 30, 29: n.a., 30: n.a., 31: 30, 32: 30, 33:  n.a., 34:40, 35: 40, I have 26-35], MBS 1: 40

Vinchon  Yes to:  20 Nov 92 (I now have it)
    Middle to: 30 Nov 93, 25 April 94, 12/96, 11/7/01
    not 4/91, 11/91, 11/95, 4/96, 4/26/97, 11/6/01

French catalogs not worth having: Vinchon 6 Nov. 2001. Picard, 8 Feb. 1995 and 15 March 1996. Bourgey 17 March 1997.

The Time Machine  (all I've seen I don't want)

Link to my coin books.