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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
"Metal Detecting for the Beginner" is a how-to guide for anyone interested in the sport of metal detecting. Get a feel for a typical hunt; learn key terminology, and how to buy your first detector. This book guides you through the technical concepts you will need to make intelligent choices on the equipment you buy. It includes an ample list of manufacturers, suppliers, and online resources. Welcome to the wonderful world of metal detecting! Expanded 2nd edition now available.
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.
This is the State Series Quarters Collector Map by Whitman®. / / FEATURES: A beautiful, 4-color, oversized 3-fold folder with snap latch. / Color-coded map of the United States will showcase one of each / state quarter design. / Each coin opening located on the map has the state's logo. / Educational details of each state including their statehood / date, capital, state bird, flower, etc. / INCLUDES: (1) Folder / / SPECS: Folded Size: 12.5"" x 13.5"" / Open Size: 37.5"" x 13.5"" / kr11/6/06. Quarters not included.
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.
The State Quarter program has made coin collecting cool. What other activity requires treasure hunting skills and knowledge of history, and delivers a decade of excitement, the thrill of hunting for errors, and an interest in U.S. history, and state pride? Treat yourself and your favorite fan of State Quarters to this beautiful three-panel coin folder, with 60 slots and intriguing anecdotes about these history-making coins.
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 1941-1974
Lincoln Cents Collectors Folder Starting 1975
The rich history of U.S. silver dollars goes back to 1794 with the introduction of the "Flowing Hair" dollar followed by the Draped Bust, Gobrecht and Trade silver dollars. But it is the Peace and Morgan silver dollars that have captured the attention of casual and not-so-casual silver coin investors.
A total of 190,577,000 Peace silver dollars were minted from 1921 to 1935. The three most valuable Peace silver dollars, in the highest circulated grade of About Uncirculated (AU) condition, are the 1934S (San Francisco Mint-total mintage of 1,011,000), the 1928 (Philadelphia Mint-total mintage of just 360,649) and the 1921 High Relief (Philadelphia Mint-total mintage of 1,006,473).
Approximately 570,000,000 Morgan dollars were minted from 1878 to 1904 and another 86,000,000 in 1921. The three most valuable Morgan silver dollars, in the highest circulated grade of About Uncirculated (AU) condition, are the 1893S (the rarest, most valuable San Francisco Morgan dollar-total mintage of just 100,000), the 1889CC (the rarest, most valuable Carson City Morgan dollar-total mintage of just 350,000) and the 1893CC (Carson City Mint-total mintage of 677,000).
You will find useful information like this and other rare, semi-rare and ordinary Peace and Morgan silver dollars complete with total mintage by year and mint, mint mark locations and more.
Also included are sections on cleaning silver coins and coin grading. Understanding the basics of grading becomes important since the grade of a coin is one of the most, if not the most, important factor in establishing the coin's price. To help the reader better understand the various coin grades, a glossary of coin grading terms is included.
Whether you 1) have Peace or Morgan silver dollars in your possession and want help in determining their value; 2) have decided to start investing in silver dollars and want to gain important knowledge before investing; or 3) have decided it is time to ramp up your purchase of these popular 90 percent silver coins - you will find this eBook a most helpful resource you will refer to again and again.