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References wanted
« on: March 13, 2015, 08:02:43 PM »
I am looking for these references, if anyone happens to see them for sale...and they are not too expensive. I saw a copy of Estiot that a Canadian bookseller had listed for almost 1,000 Canadian dollars...I will pass on that.

Bastien, Le Monnayage de Bronze de Postume

Besly & Bland, The Cunetio Treasure - Roman Coinage of the Third Century AD

Estiot, Ripostiglio della Venèra. Aureliano.


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Re: References wanted
« Reply #2 on: March 14, 2015, 02:48:18 PM »
There is a copy of Venèra part I on Vcoins

Yes, I saw that one, unfortunately (for me) it is already sold.



Bastien is hard to find and very expensive most of the time.

I expect that Bastien and The Cunetio Treasure will both be equal parts tough to find and expensive. The same Vcoins dealer you linked to sold a copy of Cunetio for $700.00


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Re: References wanted
« Reply #3 on: March 19, 2015, 05:33:27 AM »
Cunetio is in the process of being reprinted. It will be combined with a reprint of the Normanby hoard. Not sure when this will be out though. Spink are the publisher/distributor.

La Venera is still available from the publisher at a 20% discount here - http://www.lerma.it/index.php?pg=SchedaTitolo&key=00002050

Bastien I can't help with.

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Re: References wanted
« Reply #4 on: March 19, 2015, 08:06:19 AM »
La Venera is still available from the publisher at a 20% discount here

Thanks for the link, but I actually tried to order the book from them. After more than a month, they emailed me to say that they didn't actually have the book in stock. I emailed them last week to check again, but have not heard back.

That is great news about the reprint of Cunetio and Normanby.