Guide Book of United States Coins 2005: The Official Red Book

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Whitman Publishing LLC, 2004 - Antiques & Collectibles - 384 pages
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* The only coin-price book with full-color photographs of actual coins throughout. * Complete coverage from great rarities to statehood quarters and modern commemoratives and sets. * Prices given in multiple grades reflecting the categories most often collected. * Prepared by a staff of experts in consultation with over 100 coin hobby leaders-dealers, researchers, and collectors. * Mintage records for all federal coins. * Grading information for each coin series and type. * Colonial and early American coins, federal coins, commemoratives, Proof and other sets, and more. * Bullion table to determine changing gold and silver values. * Historical information, die variety details (with enlarged photographs).

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User Review  - lucyruthie -

I bought this book for my fiance for Valentine's Day, how romantic, I know. But he buys coins at the bank every week and I saw that he had this book, copyright 1977, so I figured he would love an updated version and he loved it. Thanks for making that possible. ... Read full review

Review: A Guide Book of United States Coins, 2008 (The Official Red Book of US Coins)

User Review  - Fredrick Danysh - Goodreads

Many people collect coins. This is a listing of coins minted by the United states with their descriptions and estimated values at time of publication. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

He was the creator of The Red Book and The Blue Book, first published in the 1940's. He was a speaker, exhibit judge, an authority concerning U.S. and world coins, and the inventor of coin folders. He was a lifelong member of the ANA.

Bressett has served as editor on several coin books.

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