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Lot 1942    Session 7 (11.30am Thursday)    Numismatic Literature

Estimate $100
SOLD $120

(HUNT, William Herbert), Sotheby's, New York, The William Herbert Bunker Hunt Collection, Highly Important Byzantine Coins, December 5 & 6, 1990, @300pps, lots 962, almost every lot illustrated, with prices realised list, two colour plates, hardbound with colour dustjacket. Most important, as issued and very scarce.

Part 4 of the greatest family collection of ancient coins ever sold. See note above, this is probably the greatest collection of Byzantine coins ever sold in one sale, a most elaborate catalogue again with spectacular colour photography.

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