The Official Red Book, now in its 66th year, is famous nationwide as the premiere resource for U.S. coin collectors. This best-selling "one-volume Library" helps you make smart buying decisions as you build your collection. Millions of readers rely on it for real-world coin values, auction records, full-color photographs, detailed technical data, and up-to-date mintages. The 2014 edition of the Red Book covers the history of colonial and early American coins; official federal issues from half cents through silver dollars and gold coins; classic and modern commemoratives; Proof and Mint sets; error coins; Civil War tokens; pioneer (territorial) gold; every state and territorial quarter, plus the new Nation Park quarters; all of the presidential and Native American dollars; and more. You'll benefit from its practical essays on grading, investing, auctions, and other hobby subjects - and of course, its pricing for 7,000-plus coins, in up to 9 grades each, gathered from more than 100 of the nations's leading coin dealers! The 2014 edition features more than1,900 full-color photographs to help you confidently identify your coins. Updated values, mintages, and auction records. Expanded coverage of commemoratives, sets, and other coins. The latest research on colonial and private/territorial gold. Photographs of Proof coins for the 1800s and 1900s. A listing of coin clubs. An essay on the new world-record $10 million coin. And much more - something of value for every collector, new or experienced. It's no wonder more than 23 million copies of the Red Book have been sold since the 1st edition!
16 more pages than the 2012 edition (448 compared to 432)
More than 7,000 listings
More than 32,000 coin prices
Updated Top 250 coin auction prices
New Photographs of 19th- and 20th-century Proof coins
Updated bullion-value charts
A listing of American Numismatic Association coin clubs, by state
An essay on the record-setting $10-million 1794 silver dollar
The Official Red Book - A Guide Book of United States Coins - is 68 years young and going strong. Collectors around the country love the convenience of the spiralbound edition. It opens up and lies flat on a table while you study your coin collection. And of course it includes all the grade-by-grade values, auction records, historical background, detailed specifications, high-resolution photographs, and accurate mintage data that turn a new coin collector into an educated numismatist. How rare are your coins? How much are they worth? The Red Book tells you, covering everything from early colonial copper tokens to hefty Old West silver dollars and dazzling gold coins. You'll find prices for more than 6,000 coins, tokens, medals, sets, and other collectibles. You'll also round out your education in commemoratives, Proof and Mint coins, error coins. Civil War tokens, Confederate coins, private gold, and all the latest National Park quarters, Presidential and Native American dollars, Lincoln cents, and more. Articles on investing, grading coins, and detecting counterfeits will make you a savvy collector; and entertaining essays on the history of American coinage, shipwrecks and hoards, and the modern rare-coin market give you an inside look at "the hobby of kings." These are just some of the features, invaluable Red Book-the world's best-selling coin price guide.
Display your quarter collection in this educational Collector Map. Openings for all 56 National Park quarters. The National Park Quarters Coin Act of 2008 requires quarters, beginning in 2010, to have designs on the reverse depicting one national site in each state, the District of Columbia, and the five territories of the United States. Fifty-six (56) different designs will complete the program from 2010 through 2021. Color. Cover image.
Since 1942, coin dealers have used the annual Handbook of United States Coins - the OFFICAIL BLUE BOOK - to make buying offers. You can use it to find out how much your coins are worth! The Blue Book's price listings offer a real-world look at the coin market, gathered from dealers around the country.
The new 71st edition has been expanded, with updated prices, new photographs and data. Coverage includes colonial and early American coins, federal coins (half cents through gold double eagles), commemoratives, Proof sets, die varieties, private and territorial gold, tokens, the newest Presidential dollars, National Park quarters, bullion coins, and much more.
More than 25,000 prices in multiple grades. Easy-to-follow coin-grading instructions. Coins and tokens form the 1600s to today. Historical information. Hundreds of detailed, actual-size photos. How to start a coin collection. Detailed mintage records, and much more.
Whitman Brand folder holds State Series Quarters 1999-2009 both Philadelphia and Denver Mints. 120 openings.
Beginning in 2010, the United States Mint will issue newly designed quarters featuring a national park or other site approximately every ten weeks—and this compact folder is the perfect place for collectors to store each new coin. Complete with historical information and details of the Congressional Act that initiated this special program, the folder will keep this commemorative series organized, accessible, and easy to show off.
The noteworthy sites will come from all 50 states, as well as Washington, D.C., and five U.S. territories: Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the Northern Mariana Islands.
Pre-Order Now. Ships January 2010. Whitman Deluxe Edition National Park Quarters Folder, 2010 2021, 60 openings, single mint. The National Park Quarters Coin Act of 2008 requires quarters, beginning in 2010, to have designs on the reverse depicting one national site in each state, the District of Columbia, and the territories of the United States. Fifty-six (56) different designs will complete the program from 2010 through 2021. Whitman folders are built from the safest archival safe materials known. 8.0" x 10.0" closed, 16.25" x 10.0" open.
Lincoln Cents Collectors Folder Starting 1975
The Easy to Use Beginner's Guide to Treasure Hunting with a Metal Detector.
This is an updated version of my original book with additional information. Have you been thinking about getting into the friendly hobby of hunting for treasures with a metal detector, but you’re not sure where to begin? Let’s Go Metal Detecting is a detailed review guide to help you get started.
You will find this book to be easy to read and understand. You will learn all you need to know to begin finding hidden treasures – maybe even some gold!
In the book we’ll cover:
• examples of various metal detectors, some for general detecting – others for specific treasure hunting, plus a few places to purchase a detector at a good price.
• other needed equipment and some that could be on your wish list. Hint there’s not a lot and it isn’t very expensive.
• the basic metal detecting terminology that every metal detectionist needs to know.
• the best way for you to get a good understanding of how to use your metal detector and have some fun with it.
• how to create a “Treasure Garden” in your backyard so that you can practice with your new machine.
• the information on the ethics and the “do’s and don’ts” of metal detecting. This information is important to get access to private land that may produce real treasure troves.
• how to find the right spots in your area to go on a metal detecting hunt and how to determine the places most likely to hold treasures from the past.
• dirt fishing and other good material about the sport you have chosen.
You are about to begin an exciting journey into the world of metal detecting.
When you get out in the field for your first treasure hunt with your new metal detector, you will only wish that you had gotten involved in this exciting hobby sooner. I must warn you it is addictive.
With “Let’s Go Metal Detecting” you’ll be ready for the sport of treasure hunting, so let’s get started on your exciting journey!
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