Download The McGill University Collection of Greek and Roman Coins: Vol. I. Roman coins. By D.H.E.Whitehead. Vol. II. Greek Gold and Silver Coins. By F.E. Coins. By F.E. Shlosser. Bound in 1 volume fb2
by Michael Woloch
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Publisher: B.R. Grüner Publishing Company; First edition (January 1, 1985)
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Vol. II. Greek Gold and Silver Coins. Volume I also contains a Roman Supplement by Vivien Law and a short history of the collection by John Sullivan.
Vol. Vol. III. Ancient Bronze Coins. By . Bound in 1 volume. This catalogue of The McGill University Collection of Greek and Roman Coins brings together reprints of three volumes. The Roman catalogue of Volume I is by .
PDF Although most of McGill's collection of classical coins has been catalogued and published, the origin . Volume 1: Roman Coins in the McGill University Collection.
PDF Although most of McGill's collection of classical coins has been catalogued and published, the origin of he collection itself, has, until now, defied explanation. For the Advancement of Learning, vol. 2. (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1984), 20. Additional difficulties may have been due to the lack of pensions for McGill professors. Her husband, John Clark Murray, was to retire in 1903.
Some silver coins are present. In Volume III are a Supplement by Louise Cass-Conrad of the Roman coins not in Volume I and Corrigenda to Volumes I and II. The volumes are richly illustrated with plates. The published collection consists of 1,763 coins, almost equally divided between Greek and Roman. One may say that nearly all time periods and mints are represented.
Woloch, Michael (E. The McGill University Collection of Greek and Roman Coins. III: Franziska E. Shlosser, Ancient Bronze Coins in the McGill University Collection, 149 pages, 18 plates. Light blue card covers with blue and black letters, as issued. Amsterdam 1975, 1975, 1984. CS 1881, 3644 Daehn 1155, 1156, 1157 A note from BCD: The three volumes of a Canadian University’s ancient coin collection that deserve to be more widely known although no really high value coins are included. The introduction to the first volume includes the interesting story of the collection’s discovery.
This catalogue of The McGill University Collection of Greek and Roman . Volume II (1975), by Prof. Shlosser, lists the gold and silver ancient Greek coins.
This catalogue of The McGill University Collection of Greek and Roman Coins brings together reprints of three volumes. The third and last volume (1984), also by Prof. Shlosser, contains the ancient Greek (including Judean and Indian) bronze coins and the Greek Imperials. Some silver coins are present.
The McGill University Collection of Greek and Roman Coins, (vol. I by . Grüner Publishing Company, pp. 554. ZOÏTOPOÚLOU, E. 2003. Nouvelles lampes de la collection de l’université McGill. Nouveautés Lychnologiques, pp. 265-83. and Fossey, . La Collection des antiquités gréco-romaines de l'Université McGill. MAHCUM/MUMCAH, n. 4, Fascicule 1 - Les Lampes gréco- romaines. McGill University Monographs in Classical Archaeology and History. Son of the Great Dominion: . Lighthall and the Lighthall Family Papers.
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