The Complete Guide to Lincoln Cents

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Zyrus Press, Jan 31, 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 364 pages
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Features a complete history of the Lincoln cent with research of events leading up to the production of the Lincoln cent, the engraver and mint officials who designed it, as well as a biography of Abraham Lincoln. David Lange examines all attributes of the most commonly collected coin series to date, including detailed information concerning rare Lincoln cent errors and patterns. Winner of the prestigious Numismatic Literary Guild award.
 

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The hard work and thorough research is evident in this book and is ideal for anyone interested in knowing more about their hobby. It is also a great resource to refer to if you should question the legitimacy of your cent piece.

Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter 2
37
Chapter 4
69
Chapter 6
87
Chapter 8
287
Glossary
356
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About the author (2005)

David Lange is a well-known numismatic expert. He has written several books on the subject of coin collecting, including Complete Guide to Buffalo Nickels and Complete Guide to Mercury Dimes.

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