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Knopf, 1990 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 63 pages
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Full-color photos by the British Museum. "An attractive 'Eyewitness Book'
with striking photos and a logically organized text describing what money is,
the first coins, paper money, how money is made, and coin-collecting. Photos of
current coins and bills used worldwide are of special interest."-- "Kirkus.

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While visiting the Met, I saw this book heavily reduced so I decided to pick it up as a souvenir. Not quite a coffee table book and not quite a regular book, Money: A History has plenty of pictures ... Read full review


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Catherine Eagleton is curator of paper money and modern coins in the British Museum.

Jonathan Williams is curator of Roman and Iron Age coins in the British Museum.

Joe Cribb is curator of Asian coins in the British Museum.

Elizabeth Errington is curator of South Asian coins in the British Museum.

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