Bruxelles, M.-E. Rampelbergh, n.d. (around 1816). 8vo. Contemp. full calf, foreedges of each board overlapping the foreedge by 3 cm. to protect the the numerous thin vellum tabs. Spine ends a bit worn. Spine gilt and a bit rubbed. Early annotations on inside covers. X,276 pp. and many illustrations of different coins in woodcut. Long vellum tabs attached for easy turn-up.
A scarce commercial easy-reckoner for European merchants with attractive woodcuts of current and historic coins.