100 Greatest U.S. Error Coins

100 Greatest U.S. Error Coins

The latest entry in Whitman's "100 Greatest" collection, 100 Greatest U.S. Error Coins is a beautifully illustrated coffee-table book that explores one of the hobby's hottest collectible fields. Expert dealers, collectors, researchers, and historians have all weighed in on their opinions of the 100 all-time greatest examples of American coinage errors. The rarities, the classics, and the intriguing "how'd that happen?" specimens are here---and some interesting surprises, too. Authors Nicholas Brown, David Camire, and Fred Weinberg are three of the nation's most famous error-coin specialists, and they open the doors to the U.S. Mint to show you how and why error coins occur. With an engaging introduction by Q. David Bowers; plus full-color, high-resolution photos; and historical and current market values, 100 Greatest U.S. Error Coins will delight collectors and non-collectors alike

The Insider's Guide to U.S. Coin Values, 21st Edition

The Insider's Guide to U.S. Coin Values, 21st Edition

America’s #1 consumer advocate for coin hobbyists, collectors, and investors is Scott Travers. Now he has created a guide that provides comprehensive facts on all U.S. coins and a complete listing of the fair market value for your coins today. Plus, he teaches you how to play the lucrative global game of coin collecting and investing by including: • How to identify valuable coins that are hiding in pocket change • Secrets of how to grade, trade, and preserve coins like the experts • Current trends in the coin market and how to profit from trading coins • The most complete coin price guide on the market today!

Million Dollar Nickels

Mysteries of the Illicit 1913 Liberty Head Nickels Revealed

Million Dollar Nickels

Delve into a 90-year old mystery involving five of the most valuable Coins in America - collectivelt worth over 12 million dollars.

The Numismatist

The Numismatist

Vols. 24-52 include the Proceedings of the American Numismatic Association Convention, 1911-39.

Gold Coins of the World

From Ancient Times to the Present : An Illustrated Standard Catalogue With Valuations

Gold Coins of the World

On 5 Continents and in more than 50 countries.Wherever gold coins are bought and sold, the indisputable standard reference. New. Revised. Expanded. Now, bigger and more complete than ever.This indispensible classic includes:760 pages, completely revised and updated.Austria, Belgium, Hungary and Russia expanded with many additions.More than 6,700 photos, over a thousand of them new.18,000+ listings, with many new discoveries.From the 6th century B.C. to date ? over 2,500 years of gold coinage from ancient Greece to modern Zambia.The universally-used Friedberg Numbering System: The world?s standard method of cataloging, describing, buying and selling gold coins. Market valuations in two states of preservation.A directory of the world?s leading gold coin dealers.Unsurpassed in content and scope. A must for every collector, dealer and library.

Paper Money of the United States

A Complete Illustrated Guide with Valuations

Paper Money of the United States

A Complete Illustrated Guide with Valuations large size notes, fractional currency, small size notes, encased postage stamps from the first year of paper money (1861) to the present confederate states notes, colonial and continental currency The standard reference work on paper money

Paper Money of the United States, 21st edition

A Complete Illustrated Guide with Valuations

Paper Money of the United States, 21st edition

The standard reference on American currency, internationally acknowledged as the most comprehensive and universally recognized guide on the subject, illustrating and valuating all types of United States paper money. The fronts and backs of all classes and types of currency, from 3 cents to 10,000 dollars are illustrated in color, with text listing, describing and giving market values in up to seven states of preservation for every variety of paper money ever issued. Also contains sections on Colonial and Continental currency and a listing by type of the issues of the Confederate States of America (1861-1864). Also chapters on error notes, encased postage stamps and postage envelopes. Paper Money of the United States has been an invaluable asset to currency collectors and numismatists since its first edition in 1953. It also possesses an appeal and value of its own, not just to lovers of Americana and of the fine art of engraving, but to students of American history, finance and economics. Banks in America and throughout the world will find this book especially useful in that it makes possible the immediate identification of all obsolete but still legal tender paper money, while simultaneously giving a market valuation. It is a book which belongs in every library, public and private.

Summary of Foreign Commerce of the United States

Summary of Foreign Commerce of the United States

Accompanied by annual issue in 1944 and by quarterly cumulative issues beginning in 1945.