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The Count Ferrari Collection of Modern German Coins

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The Count Ferrari Collection of Modern German Coins
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Schulman, J. COLLECTION LA PLUS RENOMMÉE DE MONNAIES ALLEMANDES DE 1800-1914. IÈRE PARTIE: ANHALT, BADE, BAVIÈRE, BRÊME. 2ÈME PARTIE: BRUNSWICK, ERFURT, FRANCFORT, FRIEDBERG, FURSTENBERG, GIMBORN, GURK, HAMBOURG, HANOVRE, HESSE, HOHENZOLLERN, KNIPHAUSEN, LIECHTENSTEIN, LIPPE, LUBECK. 3E PARTIE: MAYENCE, MECKLEMBOURG, MUNSTER, NASSAU, NUREMBERG, OLDENBOURG, PAAR, PRUSSE, RATISBONNE, REUSS, ROSTOCK. 4E PARTIE: SAXE, SCHWARZBOURG, STOLBERG, WALDECK, WURTEMBERG, WISMAR, AUTRICHE, ANHALT, BADE, BAVIÈRE, BRUNSWICK, GÉORGIE, LIPPE, NASSAU. Amsterdam, 26-27 janvier 1926; 14-15 décembre 1926; 24-25 avril 1928; 22-24 janvier 1929. Four parts, complete, bound in one volume. 8vo, contemporary blue cloth, gilt; original printed card covers bound in. (2), 50; (2), 59, (1); (2), 41, (1); (2), 61, (1) pages; 4923 lots; 37 fine plates. Near fine. A very important series of sales. Baron Phillippe de Ferrari le Renotière (1850-1917) was a legendary Parisian philatelist and numismatist. His magnificent collections of various European coins were largely sold at auction in London, Paris and Amsterdam in the years following his death, often anonymously. Clain-Stefanelli 9146*.