George Frederick Kolbe

For only the second time, a single-day numismatic literature auction sale has grossed over a million dollars. On June 1, 2004, the first one thousand lots of the John J. Ford, Jr. library brought 1.66 million dollars, eclipsing the four Armand Champa library sales (just under 1 million dollars), and the five Harry Bass library […]

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The Washington Pattern Coinage of Peter Getz includes a meticulous census of all specimens known, accompanied by pedigrees, auction records, weights, diameters, condition, detailed descriptions, and other pertinent data. George Fuld, Alan Meghrig, and George Frederick Kolbe are pleased to announce publication of a new book listing in detail all known specimens of the Silver […]

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On January 9th, 2010, George Frederick Kolbe/Fine Numismatic Books will offer for sale at public auction the remarkable numismatic library carefully assembled over seven decades by the New York numismatic firm founded by brothers Morton and Joseph and ably carried on by Norman, Benjamin, Harvey, Susan, and Lawrence Stack. For over fifty years, the fabled […]

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On June 11th, 2009, George Frederick Kolbe/Fine Numismatic Books will offer for sale at auction eight hundred thirty lots of rare and important works covering the numismatic spectrum. Included are Part Three of the Bassoli and Twinleaf Libraries, along with the property of sixteen additional consignors. The third and last part of the Bassoli library […]

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On January 10th, 2009, George Frederick Kolbe/Fine Numismatic Books will offer for sale at public auction the highlights of two outstanding numismatic libraries, both remarkable for their exceptionally fine overall condition. They will be sold at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City in conjunction with the New York International Numismatic Convention. The first […]

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