By John H. Landis
Within the Numismatic choice of the Mint
of the USA at Philadelphia / Каталог Монет, Токенов и Медалей
в Нумизматической Коллекции Монетного Двора
Соединенных Штатов в Филадельфии
Каталог в основе своей описывает состояние нумизматической Коллекции Соединенных Штатов на 1914 год.
Представлено описание монет мира, можно сказать, начало «Краузе». Описаний много, картинок мало, 1914 год.
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