3 edition of Numismatic history of Mexico from the pre-Columbian epoch to 1823 found in the catalog.
Numismatic history of Mexico from the pre-Columbian epoch to 1823
Pradeau, Alberto Francisco
|Statement||by Alberto Francisco Pradeau. With 24 plates.|
|LC Classifications||CJ1905 .P7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||146 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||38012853|
Pre-Columbian & Early Post-Columbian History of the Americas Aztects and Other Pre-Columbian Peoples by. Maria Longhena. avg rating — 28 ratings. score: , and 3 people voted A Narrative History Of Colonial New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, And California by. The late Dr. Alberto Pradeau in his Numismatic History of Mexico, From the Pre-Columbian Epoch to , quotes many sources concerning this subject and was of the opinion that these "tajaderas" were used as money. Current Mexican numismatists concur with Dr. Pradeau Hoe money is collected along with the otherFile Size: KB.
Mexico and Mexican History - Pre Columbian Era. The first major civilization of Mesoamerica, the Olmecs, populated southern Veracruz state and parts of Tabasco on Mexico’s Gulf coast.. The main centers of their civilization were Tres Zapotes, San Lorenzo, and La Venta. The Coinage of the First Mint of the Americas at Mexico City, , New York: American Numismatic Society, Pradeau, Alberto Francisco, Numismatic History of Mexico, from the Pre-Columbian Epoch to , 2nd Ed. New York: Sanford J. Durst,
Alberto F. Pradeau, Numismatic history of Mexico from the pre-Columbian epoch to , Los Angeles: Western Printing, (reprint, with annotations and revisions by Clyde Hubbard, New York: Sanford J. Durst, ). D 50c Walking Liberty Ms Gem David Hall Numismatic Group Pre Pcgs Rare Mexico 1 - $ Mexico 1 Oz Copper Xiv International Numismatic Convention Ngc Ms66 Rb Rare.
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PRADEAU'S NUMISMATIC HISTORY OF MEXICO TO Pradeau, Alberto Francisco. NUMISMATIC HISTORY OF MEXICO. FROM THE PRE-COLUMBIAN EPOCH TO California: Preadeau, First edition. Quarto, pp and 23 plates in brown cloth with gilt titles; two errata sheets laid in at Rating: % positive.
About this Book Catalog Record Details. Numismatic history of Mexico from the pre-Columbian epoch Pradeau, Alberto Francisco, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized.
Past President of the California Coin Club. pages in very nice clean condition. tight binding. not sure if this is the original binding. FREE Trial!Seller Rating: % positive. Numismatic Studies is a series which accommodates works of full book length.
The Hispanic Numismatic Series, The Coinage of the First Mint of the Americas at Mexico City – Numismatic History of Mexico from the Pre-Columbian Epoch to numismatic history of mexico, from the pre-columbian epoch to Alberto Francisco Pradeau.
4to, pages; Hardcover; Bound in full antique Spanish leather, 4 raised spine bands; Important early work on Mexican coinage from pre-colonial. The E-Sylum: Vol NumArticle 7 BOOK REVIEWS: MEXICAN NUMISMATICS – A GUIDEBOOK OF ITS LITERATURE [Two E-Sylum readers have submitted reviews of the new book "Numismática Mexicana – Una Guía de su Literatura" (Mexican Numismatics – A Guidebook of its Literature) by Christopher Martin Bolton Morgan.
“Numismatic History of Mexico from the Pre‐Columbian Epoch to ,” by A.F. Pradeau, with annotations and revisions by Clyde Hubbard. This book was.
this monograph. Yet, the issue is a factor in the discussion of whether or not the hoe money of Central and South America should be considered a legitimate form of money. In the book Numismatic History of Mexico from the Pre-Columbian Epoch tothe late author Dr.
Alberto Pradeau quotes many sources concerning the “tajaderas.”File Size: KB. Pradeau: Numismatic History of Mexico from the Pre-Columbian Epoch toLos Angeles,pages, frontis and 23 plates, quarto, original brown card covers. Fine. With a presentation inscription on the flyleaf signed by the author.
NUMISMATIC HISTORY OF MEXICO, FROM THE PRE-COLUMBIAN EPOCH TO Alberto Francisco Pradeau. 4to, pages; Hardcover; Bound in full antique Spanish leather, 4 raised spine bands; Important early work on Mexican coinage from pre-colonial through before independence from Spain.
The book does not serve its purpose as a general introduction to Mexican history because the author does not present a narrative history in any sense. Rather, the book contains a very high-level and abstract analysis of major economic and social forces surrounding the historical events, the basic outline of which the reader needs to know in /5(10).
The pre-Columbian history of the territory now comprising contemporary Mexico is known through the work of archaeologists and epigraphers, and through the accounts of the conquistadores, clergymen, and indigenous chroniclers of the immediate post-conquest relatively few documents (or codices) of the Mixtec and Aztec cultures of the Post-Classic period survived.
Title and Author/Editor: Sasanian Numismatics (Robert Göbl; trans. Paul Severin, ), Mexican Revolutionary Coinage (Hugh S. Gutherie; Merrill Bothamley, ), Numismatic History of Mexico from the Pre-Columbian Epoch to (Alberto Francisco Pradeau; Clyde Hubbard, ): Genre: History, Antiques and Collectibles, Reference: Dust Jacket: No.
Presenting history in stock and ready to ship today. Highlighting our wide array of History on sale. The shape of the cross with balls at the ends is unique to Mexico City. This specific design was minted by Philip IV (), and is similar to the example found as item 4 on plate 3 in Alberto Francisco Pradeau,Numismatic History of Mexico from the Pre-Columbian epoch toPradeau: Los Angeles, Other articles where History of Mexico is discussed: Mexico: Pre-Columbian Mexico: It is assumed that the first inhabitants of Middle America were early American Indians, of Asian derivation, who migrated into the area at some time during the final stage of the Pleistocene Epoch.
The date of their arrival in central Mexico remains speculative. 2 NUMISMATIC BOOKS Paper Money of Mexico Billetes de Mexico Great Find | - $ This is: a pair of softcover books about Mexican numismatics.
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Numismatic History of Mexico from the PreColumbian epoch to ( reprint). Hardbound // Restrepo, Jorge Emilio. Macquinas de Colombia (The Cobs of Colombia, South America).4 Particularly Pradeau in his Numismatic History of Mexico from the Pre-Columbian Epoch to ().
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