Standard Catalog of U. S. Paper Money

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Krause Publications, Sep 1, 1998 - Paper money - 213 pages
Paper money collectors can have information at their fingertips with this one essential guide: Standard Catalog of U.S. Paper Money, 17th Edition.

Sixteen previous editions make this latest update a proven seller. Collectors get information on printed currency from the past 186 years. Small notes, large notes, national bank notes, U.S. Treasury notes, Civil War substitutions, postage stamp envelopes, error notes and more are all cataloged.

Dealers and collectors buying or selling in today's growing paper money market, will buy the Standard Catalog of U.S. Paper Money, 17th Edition for its detailed photos, descriptions and valuations in up to three grades of preservation. Information can be found quickly and easily with categories listed by denomination rather than obligation. More than 5,000 currency items in one place will save collectors hours of frustrating time and research.

Fully updated with well over 10,000 valuations, the Standard Catalog of U.S. Paper Money, 17th Edition also includes a detailed 15-page guide to authentication. The book also includes a comprehensive checklist of national bank notes with rarity designations, and chapter after chapter of other note types and varieties.

Buyers will get:
-- 186 years of paper money in three grades of condition
-- 200 high-definition photos for positive identification
-- Valuations for over 10,000 currency items
-- Essential information on design, authenticity, signers, illustrators and more

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Currency Grading Guide 2
U S Large Size Currency Valuations
Large Size 10 Notes
Large Size 500 Notes
Small Size 10 Notes 44
National Bank Note Valuations by State
Encased Postage Stamps 167
Error Notes 180
Military Payment Certificates 203

About the author (1998)

Chester L. Krause founded Krause Publications in 1952 with the first issue of Numismatic News. In 1972, he and Clifford Mishler coauthored the company's first book, "Standard Catalog of World Coins. In 1984, the American Numismatic Association recognized Clifford Mishler's lifelong dedication to numismatics and presented its highest honor to him, the Farran Zerbe Memorial Award. Colin R. Bruce II oversees production of all numismatic catalog titles that relate to foreign coins and paper money. He has earned 16 awards from the Numismatic Literary Guild for his work.

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