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Lot 1028



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[Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum Germany.] Deutschland. Sammlung von Aulock. Berlin, Verlag Gebr. Mann. 1957–1968. Complete in 18 parts. Comprising; 1. Heft. Nr. 1-332: Pontus. Paphlagonien. Bithynien. 1957; 2. Heft. Nr. 333-676: Pontus. Paphlagonien. Bithynien. 1957; 3. Heft. Nr. 677–1049: Pontus. Paphlagonien. Bithynien. 1957; 4. Heft. Nr. 1050–1438: Mysien. 1957; 5. Heft. Nr. 1439–1767: Troas. Aeolis. Lesbos. 1959; 6. Heft. Nr. 1768–2333. Ionien. 1960; 7. Heft. Nr. 2334–2867. Karien. 1962; 8. Heft. Nr. 2868–3328. Lydien. 1963; 9. Heft. Nr. 3329–4040. Phrygien. 1964; 10. Heft. Nr. 4041–4476. Lykien. 1964; 11. Heft. Nr. 4477–4893. Pamphylien. 1965; 12. Heft. Nr. 4894–5412. Pisidien. Lykaonien. Isaurien. 1694; 13. Heft. Nr. 5413–6098. Kilikien. 1966; 14. Heft. Nr. 6099–6673. Galatien. Kappadokien. Kaiserzeitliche Kistophoren Posthume Lysimachus- und Alexander-Tetradrachmen. Incerti. 1967; 15. Heft. Nr. 6676–7190. Nachträge I. Pontus. Paphlagonien. Bithynien. 1967; 16. Heft. Nr. 7191–7758. Nachträge II. Mysien. Troas. Aeolis. Lesbos. 1967; 17. Heft. Nr. 7759–8298. Nachträge III. Ionien. Karien. Lydien. 1968; 18. Heft. Nr. 8299–8739. Nachräge IV. Phrygien. Lykien. Pamphylien. Pisidien. Lykaonien. Isaurien. Kilikien. Galatien. Kappadokien. Kaiserzeitl. Kistophoren. Incerti. 1968. All volumes in folio, with a total of 304 finely printed photographic plates illustrating 8,739 coins from Asia Minor, each with an accompanying page of descriptive text. All eighteen volumes in the original brown printed card covers. A little worn at extremities, some edges bruised. Contents clean throughout, an almost fine set of one of the most important sylloge volumes. (18)
Clain-Stefanelli 1914. Daehn 1988. Grierson p. 56. Kroh p. 13 (five stars), “Concentrates solely on the Greek and Greek Imperial coinage of Asia Minor. The scholarship utilized is excellent and is universally recognized as the ultimate reference for this series. 8,739 coins are illustrated on 304 plates, with a very good German text. These coins were afterwards dispersed through the trade and are usually offered at auction. Original sets of this SNG are very rare…”.

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