A Guide Book of United States Coins 2007: The Official Red Book

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Whitman Pub Llc, Apr 1, 2006 - Antiques & Collectibles - 414 pages
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More than 700 new full-color photographs, updated mintages and coin values, new auction records, additional pattern pieces, expanded coverage of Civil War tokens, and the latest commemoratives, sets, and other coins.

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2007 Red Book A Guide to United States Coins

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This book has a lot of information crucial to the study of numismatics. The guide is easy to follow and easy to read even if you are new to coin collecting. It has color pictures explanations for each ... Read full review

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The Red Book for US coins is the book for listing values by grade and variety. This is one of the best sources short of a periodical (ie coin world) to keep abreast of coin prices. I also really like the optional spiral binding. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
7
PREFEDERAL ISSUES
40
FEDERAL ISSUES
76
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

He was the creator of The Red Book and The Blue Book, first published in the 1940's. He was a speaker, exhibit judge, an authority concerning U.S. and world coins, and the inventor of coin folders. He was a lifelong member of the ANA.

Bressett has served as editor on several coin books.

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