Pagina:Rivista italiana di numismatica 1896.djvu/146

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bibliografia 139

— The Coin Cabinet at the Philadelphia Mint. — Changes in Mint officials. — The Berlin Medal to Blucher. — Masonic Medals. — Mohammedan Dynasties. — Soudan Currency. — Hook Notices. — Notes and Queries. — Coin Sales. — Editorial. — Currency. — 1 tavola.

N. 146, anno 1894.

Britomartis, etc. — A Rare English Medal of 1690. — Medal of Ericsson. — A Washington Penny. — Some Singular Currency. — The Medals, Jetons, and Tokens Illustrative of the Science of Medicine. — The Blucher Medal. — The «Upper Canada Preserved» Medal. — Devices on Jackson Tokens. — Lincoln Medals. — The Pontifical Medal for 1894. — Admiral Vernon and his Medals [con ritratto]. — Masonic Medals. — Lenox Lyceum Medal. — Cabul Mint. — The Canadian «Indian Chief’s» Medal. — Notes on some Medals described by Mr. Betts. — Halfpenny of Canadian Copper Company Restrike. — Notes and Queries. — Book Notice. — Archaeology. — Obituary. — A Recent Turkish Medal. — Editorial. — Currency.

N. 147, anno 1895.

The Beginnings of United States Coinage. — On the Signification of Certain Ancient Monetary Types. — Roman Coins found in South Africa. — Of Medals. — The Trenton Battle Monument Association’s Medal. — How it Seemed in 1849. — The Medals, Jetons, and Tokens Illustrative of the Science of Medicine. — The So-called Raleigh Token. — The San Luis Potosi Mint. — Masonic Medals. — The «Honos et Virtus» Medal. — Notes and Queries. — Editorial. — Currency. — 1 tavola.

N. 148, anno 1895.

The Silver Coins and the Mints of Spanish America. — On the Signification of Certain Ancient Monetary Types. — The «Honos et Virtus» Medal and the Restrikes at the French Mint. — The Medals, Jetons, and Tokens Illustrative of the Science of Medicine. — A Medal in Memory of Gov. John Davis. — Masonic Medals. — Obituary. — Editorial.

N. 149, anno 1895.

On the Signification of Certain Ancient Monetary Types. — The Medals, Jetons, and Tokens Illustrative of the Science of Medicine. — The So-called Semi-Medallic Proclamation Pieces. — Some Observations upon the Counterfeiting of Coins and Medals.