Person GND

Name

Lederer, Dr. Philipp (25.08.1872 - 02.09.1944)

Coin dealer in Berlin.

Numismatist and coin dealer from 1911 (or 1910?), previously from 1898 employed by J. Hirsch in Munich.

Lederer wrote his Phd on the coinage of Segesta in 1910.

National service from September 1915, served as private in the Baltics. Return to Berlin in early 1919.

Lederers office was opposite the Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum (now Bodemuseum) at the Kupfergraben.

H. A. cahn's obituary stresses Leder's good relationship with the Berlin Museums even after 1933.

Leder was forced to emigrate to Switzerland following the events of November 1938.

Lit.: K. Priese, Berliner Münzhandel, BBPN 21, 2013, pp. 252; Obituary, BNZ 1950/51, pp. 148-149; H. A. Cahn, Obituary, SNR 32, 1946, pp. 69-73; J. Schwartz, Scheinbare Sicherheit - Geschäftsbeziehungen Philipp Lederers und seine NS-Verfolgungsgeschichte in: J. Schwartz - S. Voigt (eds.), Spuren der NS-Verfolgung. Provenienzforschung in den kulturhistorischen Sammlungen der Stadt Hannover (2019) pp. 137-159, esp. 138-139, 142, 145.

Types

Design Info, Vendor (to Museum) Info, Vendor (to prev. Owner) Info

GND

http://d-nb.info/gnd/143778765 GND

VIAF

http://viaf.org/viaf/103209084 nomisma

Wikipedia [de]

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philipp_Lederer nomisma

https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/term/BIOG59166 info

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