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Gabriele Lancillotto Castello - Joseph Eckhel - 1786-8-31

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Gabriele Lancillotto Castello - Joseph Eckhel - 1786-8-31
FINA IDUnique ID of the page  2502
InstitutionName of Institution. Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum
InventoryInventory number. MK Archiv V, 153, f. 1r
AuthorAuthor of the document. Gabriele Lancillotto Castello
RecipientRecipient of the correspondence. Joseph Eckhel
Correspondence dateDate when the correspondence was written: day - month - year . August 31, 1786
PlacePlace of publication of the book, composition of the document or institution. Palermo 38° 6' 40.43" N, 13° 21' 8.78" E
Associated personsNames of Persons who are mentioned in the annotation.
LiteratureReference to literature. Eckhel 17921, Burnett 2022, p. 421, n° 22
KeywordNumismatic Keywords  book production
LanguageLanguage of the correspondence Italian
LinkLink to external information, e.g. Wikpedia
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Grand documentOriginal passage from the "Grand document".

Lettre du 31 août 1786 (de Palerme): “La nuova opera, che intraprende V(ostra) S(ignoria) Ill(ustrissi)ma dell’Arte critica Numismatica è veramente degna di se; e non da altro, che da lei il mondo letterato può aspettarsi un tal dono; io co miei voti ne imploro dal cielo la perfezione.” (Wien, KHM, MK Archiv V, 153, f. 1r; Burnett 2022, p. 421, n° 2)

Münzkabinett (numismatic collection) of the Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna Art History Museum)

Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien (Vienna Art History Museum)


  1. ^  Eckhel, Joseph (1792), Doctrina numorum veterum, I, Joseph Vincent Degen, Vienna.
  2. ^  Burnett, Andrew t(2022), "Scientia rei numariae – Ars critica numaria – Doctrina numorum veterum: What Are the Models?", in Bernhard Woytek and Daniela Williams (eds.), Ars critica numaria. Joseph Eckhel (1737–1798) and the Transformation of Ancient Numismatics, Vienna, p. 411-428.