Fred Pridmore!

Started by brokencompass, December 09, 2011, 07:23:02 AM

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PeaceBD

I have been looking for the British India volumes too for over a year now.  :(

Figleaf

Prepare for major sticker shock.

Maybe they will be scanned one day. They were written many decades ago...

Peter
An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

cmerc

(A) I do not plan to live till 2050.  My motto is, "Live fast, die young, collect early."

(B) Looks like Dr. Paul Stevens is working on a new catalog, one that may include die varieties and greater detail.  See http://www.randyweirnumismatics.com/About_Us.php
I don't think it will have the same detail of historical knowledge as Pridmore.

(C) Dr. Stevens's catalog is available online at http://baldwin.co.uk/coins-of-india/
Check out the navigation pane on the left, and the pages goes to some depth with lots of figures. 
Defending this hobby against a disapproving family since 1998.

cmerc

Temporarily got hold of a Pridmore Part 4 Vol 2 (Uniform coinage) today.  Yay!! 
Defending this hobby against a disapproving family since 1998.

The Oracle

Quote from: PeaceBD on June 12, 2012, 04:18:13 PM
I have been looking for the British India volumes too for over a year now.  :(

i paid a bomb for those in my time

SantoshK

even my self and Vivek are looking for the same.
Contacted one of the WOC member and asked him to send them as he told he had purchaed for us.
Both alomost we are going to complete a year now
and we still waiting for these books to reach us....

i hope one fine day he will made up his mind, take this issue little seriously and send it to us

let hope for the best and wait for that day.......
:(

akona20

Please note that the Dr paul Stevens mentioned in this thread is working with me on the tests at the Ashmolean Museum.