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Philip Grierson (1910-2006). - Later Medieval Numismatics (11th-16th Centuries). - Selected Studies, 1979

Philip Grierson (1910-2006). - Later Medieval Numismatics (11th-16th Centuries). - Selected Studies, 1979

Philip Grierson* (compiler) - Later Medieval Numismatics (11th-16th Centuries), Selected Studies series nr.CS98 - London, Variorum Reprints*, 1979 - 1st edition in book form of previously published articles, written (1951-1977) by various numismatists about this period of coin history - Articles in English, French and Italian - Total 371p. [8+II+34+23+13+27+15+18+7+5+10+12+8+21+14+6+26+16+10+14+16+17+13+15+8 +13p.] - Hardcover: cloth binding with gold-printed spine - 15.5023.20 cm - Very good copy: minimal traces of use on the cover.

* Philip Grierson (1910-2006) was a British historian and numismatist, Emeritus Professor of Numismatics at the University of Cambridge and fellow of Gonville and Caius College for over seventy years.
* Variorum Collected Studies is an academic book series in the humanities published by Ashgate*. The aim of each volume is to bring together, for the first time, a selection of papers by a leading scholar in their particular field. This allows for easy access to material that may be difficult to find individually because it is no longer in print or is only available in specialized libraries. It also allows the reader to see the development of a scholar's thinking on a subject over time. There are over 1000 volumes in the series.
* Ashgate Publishing was an academic book and magazine publisher based in Farnham, Surrey, United Kingdom. Founded in 1967, Ashgate became part of the Routledge Group in 2016.

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Country/province Philip Grierson (1910-2006)
Ruler - Later Medieval Numismatics (11th-16th Centuries)
Year/Period and Variation - Selected Studies, 1979
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