2001 American Guide to U.S. Coins: The Most Up-to-Date Coin Prices Available

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Simon & Schuster, Jul 25, 2000 - Antiques & Collectibles - 192 pages
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From Civil War money to Hard Times Tokens to today's newly minted collectible state quarters, this bestselling guide is the ultimate resource on American coins for amateur and serious collectors alike. Photos throughout.

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This was my first book on coins. It was a birthday gift and I have used it well for years. Now it is retired. The book itself had lot of information and a good list of coins. The newer additions should be worthwhile purchases. Read full review

Contents

A Brief History of American Numismatics
13
Early American Coins
18
Pirate and Revolutionary Money
21
Copyright

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French was a professional numismatist who conducted numerous coin auction sales. Belonging to many regional numismatic associations, he was the President of the Empire State Numismatic Association.

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