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|Grand document=Lettre du 20 février 1770 (de York): He thanks P. for his approval of his reply to the medallist concerning the coin described in p.49 above which he says may properly be called a consular coin. He finds no trace of serrated coins in Fulvius Ursinus’ treatise of Roman family coins. He discusses the earliest date when medals were struck and has a comment on consular coins. Among further points he states that he has added to his reply to the medallist, and that it had best be put into the Gent. Mag., and therefore he asks P. when he has perused it to send it direct to the printer. He says incidentally he has never seen Goltzius’ nor Hardouin’s account of the coins of cities. (Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Add. C. 244 p. 55).
 
|Grand document=Lettre du 20 février 1770 (de York): He thanks P. for his approval of his reply to the medallist concerning the coin described in p.49 above which he says may properly be called a consular coin. He finds no trace of serrated coins in Fulvius Ursinus’ treatise of Roman family coins. He discusses the earliest date when medals were struck and has a comment on consular coins. Among further points he states that he has added to his reply to the medallist, and that it had best be put into the Gent. Mag., and therefore he asks P. when he has perused it to send it direct to the printer. He says incidentally he has never seen Goltzius’ nor Hardouin’s account of the coins of cities. (Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Add. C. 244 p. 55).
 
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John Burton - Samuel Pegge - 1770-2-20
FINA IDUnique ID of the page  1951
InstitutionName of Institution. Oxford, Bodleian Library
InventoryInventory number. MS Add. C. 244 p. 55
AuthorAuthor of the document. John Burton
RecipientRecipient of the correspondence. Samuel Pegge
Correspondence dateDate when the correspondence was written: day - month - year . February 20, 1770
PlacePlace of publication of the book, composition of the document or institution. York 53° 57' 32.62" N, 1° 4' 53.54" W
Associated personsNames of Persons who are mentioned in the annotation. Fulvio Orsini, Jean Hardouin, Hubert Goltzius
LiteratureReference to literature. Orsini 15771
KeywordNumismatic Keywords  roman republican, book
LanguageLanguage of the correspondence English
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Lettre du 20 février 1770 (de York): He thanks P. for his approval of his reply to the medallist concerning the coin described in p.49 above which he says may properly be called a consular coin. He finds no trace of serrated coins in Fulvius Ursinus’ treatise of Roman family coins. He discusses the earliest date when medals were struck and has a comment on consular coins. Among further points he states that he has added to his reply to the medallist, and that it had best be put into the Gent. Mag., and therefore he asks P. when he has perused it to send it direct to the printer. He says incidentally he has never seen Goltzius’ nor Hardouin’s account of the coins of cities. (Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Add. C. 244 p. 55).

References

  1. ^  Orsini, Fulvio (1577), Familiae romanae quae reperiuntur in antiquis numismatibus ab urbe condita ad tempora divi Augusti ex Bibliotheca Fulvi Ursini, Adiunctis familiis XXX ex libro Antoni Augustini, ep. Ilerdensis, Rome.