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Sestini (Abati Don.) Classes Generales Geographiæ Numismaticæ; seu, Monetæ Urbium, Populorum, et Regum, ordine geographico et chronologico dispositæ, secundùm systema Eckhelianum. 2 vols. in one, 4to. Lipsia, 1797.

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[Snelling's (Thomas)] View of the Silver Coin and Coinage of England, from the Norman Conquest to the present time. Folio. Lond. 1762.

[Snelling's (T.)] View of the Gold Coin and Coinage of England, from Henry III. to the present time. Folio. London, 1763.

Snelling's (T.) View of the Copper Coin and Coinage of England; including the Leaden, Tin, and Latten Tokens of Tradesmen and Corporations. Folio. London, 1766.

Ruding's (Rogers) Annals of the Coinage of Britain and its dependencies, from the earliest period to the close of 1818. 5 vols. 8vo. and Plates in 4to. London, 1819.

Pegge's (Samuel) Assemblage of Coins fabricated by order of the Archbishops of Canterbury; with Observations on a Coin of Alfred the Great, and on the famous Unwic of the late Mr. Thoresby. 4to. London, 1772.

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Snelling's (T.) View of the Silver Coin and Coinage of Scotland, from Alexander I. to the union of the kingdoms. London, 1774.

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Series of Medals illustrative of English Victories in the reign of George III. In a 4to. case, bound in morocco.

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Médailles sur les principaux Evénemens du règne de Louis le Grand, avec des Explications historiques [par Fr. Charpentier, P. Tallemand, J. Racine, Boileau, &c.] Folio. Paris, 1723.

The preface, which was suppressed before the publication of the first edition, is contained in this. It is an historical account of the progress of the study of medals, and states that the famous Colbert was the first who introduced the descriptive terms, Légende, Type, and Exergue.

Lastinasa (Vinc. Juan de), Museo de las Medallas des conocidas Españolas. Illustrado con tres discursos del P. Paulo de Rajas, del Dr. Franc. Ximenez de Urrea, i del Dr. J. F. A. de Uztarroz. 4to. Port. Plates, and Front. Huesca, 1645.

Sacy (Silv. de), les Médailles des Rois de la dynastie des Sassanides. (Antiq. de la Perse.)


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