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  • United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin
  • United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin

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United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin

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United States, International. A Lot of Thirty-One Publications from the Library of Dr.Goodwin

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The Sixth Edition of The Medals Yearbook, hardcover, dated 1985, complied and edited by John G. Brant, published by Daniel F. Collins, printed and published in the United Kingdom by The Medals Yearbook, medals price guide for 1984-85, with references to various British medals, along some info on certain recipients and battles, containing 180 page printed in black ink on a white paper stock, dust jacket printed in colour by Charter Press Limited of Rhuddlan, North Wales, measuring 160 mm (w) x 217 mm (h) x 18 mm (d));

Troop Topics, Decorations and Awards, published by the Department of the United States Army, dated March 23, 1953, containing 24 pages including cover, printed in black ink on an off-white paper stock, dual-staple bound, measuring 150 mm (w) x 230 mm (h));

Two United States Army Regulations Booklets (entitled "Personnel - Wearing of the Service Uniform"; one dated August 28, 1941, containing 36 pages, printed in black ink, dual-staple bound; the other dated August 14, 1942, containing 12 pages, printed in black ink, perfect bound; measuring 147 mm (w) x 228 mm (h));

Four United States Army Regulations Booklets (two entitled "Decorations and Awards - Illustrations of Decorations", dated September 19, 1956, containing 8 pages in colour with photos of 14 major awards and a Gold Star Lapel Button, perfect bound, measuring 150 mm (w) x 232 mm each; two entitled "Decorations and Awards - Service Medals, Illustrations", dated January 27, 1958, containing 8 pages in colour with photos of 27 medals and 3 ribbon bars, perfect bound, measuring 150 mm (w) x 230 mm (h) each);

The Medal of Honor and other U.S. and Foreign Awards Booklet, an exhibit by the Midwest Orders and Medals Society, to commemorate and honor the Medal of Honor Centennial 1962-1962, sponsored by the Olympic Savings and Loan Association of Berwyn, Illinois, containing 8 pages including cover, printed in black ink on a white paper stock, single-staple bound, measuring 140 mm (w) x 215 mm (h));

Two Issues of The Numismatist (dated June and September 1950, with articles on the U.S. Navy Medal of Honor and the U.S. Army Medal of Honor, respectively, 8 pages printed in black ink,quadruple-staple bound, measuring 148 mm (w) x 230 mm (h) each);

Three Drucksache Coin Auction Catalogues (Number 2, dated November 28-29, 1972, containing 68 pages printed in black ink and also containing 52 plates of photos, plus cover in black ink; Number 6, dated November 26-27, 1974, containing 76 pages printed in black ink and also containing 44 plates of photos, plus cover in black ink, Number 7, dated April 15-16, 1975, containing 60 pages printed in black ink and also containing 64 plates of photos, plus cover in black ink; all three are perfect-bound, measuring 195 mm (w) x 260 mm (h) each, in their addressed and stamped mailing envelopes);

Orden-Ehrenzeichen-Militaria (Orders, Decorations, Militaria) Auction Catalogue XXXXI, by Erich Reichsgraf Klenau von Klenova, dated Saturday, October 19, 1968 at Munich, containing 100 pages printed in black ink, plus cover, with 16 page independent insert with photos of various awards, dual-staple bound, measuring 148 mm (w) x 209 mm (h), in addressed and stamped mailing envelope;

Seven Paul Habelt Münzenhandlung Coins-Order-Medals Catalogues (dated April 1954 (3), December 1954, July 1955 (2), April 1957, printed in black ink, various pages lengths, six of which are dual-staple bound, measuring 148 mm (w) x 208 mm (h) each);

Four Die Ordenssammlung (The Medal Collection) Order Catalogues (one dated May 1952, the other three undated, with various price lists, 4 or 8 pages printed in black ink, measuring 150 mm (w) x 210 mm (h) each);

The Order of Knighthood of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino Research Paper, by C. Neville Packett, dated February 1959, containing 3 pages, single-staple bound, measuring 203 mm (w) x 330 mm (h));

Two The Orders and Medals and Research Society Membership Lists (dated 1960s, each with 8 pages, single-staple bound, measuring 205 mm (w) x 255 mm (h) each);

An Article taken from Reader's Digest entitled A Russian Fort in California (4 pages. measuring 125 mm (w) x 175 mm (h));

A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, Sixth Edition, by Kate L. Turabian (1893-1987), former dissertation secretary at the University of Chicago from 1930 to 1958, revised by John Grossman and Alice Bennett, paperback, published by The University of Chicago Press of Chicago and London, divided into fourteen chapters entitled "Parts of the Paper; Abbreviations and Numbers; Spelling and Punctuation; Capitalization, Italics, and Quotation Marks; Quotations; Tables; Illustrations; Notes' Bibliographies; Parenthetical References and Reference Lists; Comparing the Two Documentation Systems; Public Documents; Preparing the Manuscript; Formats and Sample Layouts", containing 320 pages printed in black ink on a white paper stock, plus cover in red, yellow and black inks, perfect bound, measuring 140 mm (w) x 215 mm (h) x 22 mm (d), small piece torn out and stamped "Withdrawn" on the lead page).

Ranging from fine to extremely fine.

 

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This offering is a part of the "Dr. Albert Goodwin Collection", a preeminent assemblage of world Orders, Medals, and Decorations composed solely by Dr.Goodwin between 1946-1967. Dr. Goodwin had a successful career as an educator and prominent physician in New York as well as actively serving in both World Wars with the United States Medical Corps. He acted as both President and Vice-President of the Orders and Medals Society of America (OMSA) and is responsible for organizing their first convention in 1960. He maintained further membership with the American Society of Military Collectors, the International Orders Research Society, and the American Numismatic Society. His knowledge and passion for history and awards is evident in this meticulously compiled collection that is now available in its entirety for the first time exclusively on eMedals.com.

 

 

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