Tibet Silver



Tibet Silver

Black CZ Tibetan Silver Ring – 2154



Gold, Silver, Nickel and Aluminum


Gold, Silver, Nickel and Aluminum


$31.7


Illustrated Catalog of Chinese Coins by Eduard Kann Vol. 3 of 3 Sinkiang, Tibet and Mongolian Coins plus Gold, Forgery and Fantasy Coins Dr. Eduard Kann (1880-1962) was the world’s leading authority on Chinese coins and on the Chinese monetary system. He was a banker who lived in China for 47 years, during which he both collected coins and served as a top advisor to the Ministry of Finance in China. He writes that I had to leave China in a hurry during the takeover by the Communists in 1949. The New York Times for May 23, 1971 reports: The finest collection of Chinese coins – the collection of Eduard Kann, a banker who lived in China for 47 years. During his long numismatic career, Mr. Kann compiled the Catalog of Chinese Coins published in 1953. This book does not merely contain pictures of the coins and descriptions thereof. Included are biographies of the emperors, war lords, and sometimes even bureaucrats whose likenesses were depicted on these coins. Included are biographies of men whose identities have otherwise been lost to history. This book is must reading for coin collectors and students of the history of China. The massive original was one volume of 700 pages in length. This reprint divides the book into three volumes. The photographs and illustrations that are at the end of the book in the original have been moved up to be next to or close to the coins that are being described.

The Good Luck of Right Now


The Good Luck of Right Now


$4.99


From Matthew Quick, the New York Times bestselling author of The Silver Linings Playbook, comesThe Good Luck of Right Now, a funny and tender story about family, friendship, grief, acceptance, and Richard Gere?an entertaining and inspiring tale that will leave you pondering the rhythms of the universe and marveling at the power of kindness and love. For thirty-eight years, Bartholomew Neil has lived with his mother. When she gets sick and dies, he has no idea how to be on his own. His redheaded grief counselor, Wendy, says he needs to find his flock and leave the nest. But how does a man whose whole life has been grounded in his mom, Saturday mass, and the library learn how to fly?Bartholomew thinks he?s found a clue when he discovers a? Free Tibet? letter from Richard Gere hidden in his mother?s underwear drawer. In her final days, mom called him Richard?there must be a cosmic connection. Believing that the actor is meant to help him, Bartholomew awkwardly starts his new life, writing Richard Gere a series of highly intimate letters. Jung and the Dalai Lama, philosophy and faith, alien abduction and cat telepathy, the Catholic Church and the mystery of women are all explored in his soul-baring epistles. But mostly the letters reveal one man?s heartbreakingly earnest attempt to assemble a family of his own.A struggling priest, a? Girlbrarian,? her feline-loving, foul-mouthed brother, and the spirit of Richard Gere join the quest to help Bartholomew. In a rented Ford Focus, they travel to Canada to see the cat Parliament and find his biological father. and discover so much more.

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