Roman Imperial Coins in the Hunter Coin Cabinet
The Complete Hunter Catalogue of Roman Coins Robertson, Anne S. Roman Imperial Coins in the Hunter Coin Cabinet University of Glasgow. Complete in 5 volumes. London, 1962-1982. Quarto, pp. clxxi, (1), 391, (1), 60 plates; clxviii, (2), 534, (2), 124 plates; cxiv, 325, (3), 88; xlviii, 529, (1), 96 plates; ccxvi, 340, (4), 64 plates.
All in the original cloth, gilt, jacket. Volumes 2-4 in near fine condition with only wear at the extremities, volume 1 a little scuffed.
Contents virtually as new throughout. A most important catalogue. The first two volumes in particular are excessively rare and difficult to obtain, complete sets as here even more so.
Clain-Stefanelli 4055*; Grierson 73 & 74; Kroh 72 (4 stars) - “This five volume set is being more and more quoted all the time…Most of the coins are illustrated in the plates and the latest research is used in attributions and dating. Concordances are given to RIC, BMC, and Cohen…Highly recommended for all serious collectors.”