2004 US coin digest: a guide to average retail prices from the market experts

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Joel T. Edler, Dave Harper
Krause Publications, 2003 - Antiques & Collectibles - 263 pages
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Designed as an easy-to-use U.S. coin identification and price guide, collectors can carry this to various coin-related functions. This second edition features a spiral binding and 80,000 up-to-date prices gathered by coin experts who know the market. Hundreds of full-size illustrations make coin identification easy. Covers colonial coinage to current issues, including commemoratives, bullion coinage, mint and proof sets, and Hawaiian and Puerto Rican coins. A complete index makes it easy to find individual coin listings. Additional resources explains how coins are made and graded, what's new at the largest coin show in America, as well as how to organize and care for coin collections.
- Easy-to-use spiral bound price guide for U.S. coins
- Updated coverage features more than 80,000 prices

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About the author (2003)

The editors are integral members of the numismatic team at Krause Publications. Joel Edler is senior sales and market analyst of numismatics, employed by Krause since 1984. He has also edited the Standard Catalog of(R) United States Paper Money and provided pricing information to the most recent editions of North American Coins & Prices.

David C. Harper has been the editor of Numismatic News for nearly 30 years. Heas an experienced researcher who also edits U.S. Coin Digest each year. Tom Michael is a life-long coin collector, who is well known in the U.S. and world coin market. He is chief market analyst for Krauseas Standard Catalog of World Coins series, managing a network of more than 200 experts worldwide. Harry Miller is a prominent coin dealer and founder of Milleras Mint.

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