Click title/picture for details. offer US $16.99 With this 3-in-1 coin guide you won't have to turn to multiple sources to get the answers to your North American coin questions, all you need is right here! Coverage of coins from the U.S., Canada and Mexico includes: More than 45,000 listings organized by country, denomination and date U.S. coins from early Colonial times thru the present, Canadian coins from 1858 to the present, and Mexican coinage as early as 1701 Up-to-date prices in up to 11 grades of condition for each coin 3,000+ photos (reverse and obverse) The best 3-in-1 coin deal you'll find is right here! 2009
Click title/picture for details. offer US $15.96 The 64th edition of Canadian Coins has shrunk! Plastic coil binding is limited to approximately 600-page books, after that the user friendly binding becomes user unfriendly. With the addition of 150 pages covering the Victoria Five Cent Varieties, and over 175 new mint products to list, under the old format we would be looking at a 650-page book. For that number of pages the spiral binding would not have sufficient strength to work effectively over a period of time. So, in the new catalogue, Canadian Coins: Volume One we are reverting to our roots Numismatic Issues. Canadian Coins, Volume One: Numismatic Issues, 64th Edition, 2010, will be just that, a catalogue based on coins which circulated in Canada from the time of the French Regime to the current day. Special emphasis in Volume One is on things numismatic in the Canadian Series: Business Strikes and Commemoratives issued for circulation, Varieties, and all legal tender coinage issued during that last 151 years. The sections on the coinage of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and Province of Canada, plus the sections on Specimen Coins and Sets, Patterns, and Test Tokens will also be found in Volume One. Each chapter has been updated and revised where necessary to bring it current to 2010. Within the circulating coinage of Canada variety listings each denomination has been reviewed, corrected and expanded. The Variety Section in the 64th edition is over 150 pages. This is the fifth part of a six part series on Canadian die varieties. The first began in the 60th edition with the dollar coins and has been carried on now to the 64th edition, where the variety section is devoted to Victoria five cent silvers. Over 150 pages covering 150 different varieties are catalogued, illustrated and priced. High grade business strikes are in demand, showing price strengthening, especially Mint State 65 Red and higher. These copper coins from circulation, 1953 to date, are rare in these certified high grades. The Queen Elizabeth series is approximately 60 years in length, well exceeding her Great Grandmother s series of Canadian coins, resulting in a highly desirable series to collect. Canadian Coins has embarked on a new path that separates the circulating coinage (numismatic) from the collector and gift series issued yearly by the Royal Canadian Mint. Author: CROSS Publisher: CHARLTON PRESS ISBN: 978-088968-337-2 Format: SOFT COVER WITH SPIRAL BINDING Year Published: 2010 Edition No.: 64th Condition: NEW Number of Pages: 413 Size: 7 3/4" x 9"
Click title/picture for details. offer US $28.00 THIS BOOK IS A MUST HAVE ITEM FOR ANY COLLECTOR WHO IS BUYING, SELLING OR TRADING CERTIFIED (GRADED) CANADIAN COINS. YOU CAN FIND THE RECENT PRICES OF MOST OF THE MAJOR GRADING SERVICES IN THE US AND CANADA. THIS BOOK HAS ALL CANADIAN COINS FROM 1937 TO 2008, AND ALLOWS YOU TO FIND ALL COINS FROM MS TO PROOF. THE BOOK IS A GREAT REFERENCE GUIDE AND CAN SAVE YOU A LOT OF MONEY IN YOUR COIN COLLECTING. Author: HAGER Publisher: HAGER Format: HARD SPIRAL Year Published: 2007 Edition No.: 1ST Condition: NEW Number of Pages: 261 Size: 9 1/4" x 11 1/2" x 1" THICK
Click title/picture for details. offer US $36.00 The second edition of Canadian Numismatic Medals has been released. The First Edition, released in 1991, covered only the medals of the Canadian Numismatic Association Conventions for the period 1954 to 1991. The newly revised second edition has been expanded to include the national organization, the CNA, and the two regional organizations the APNA and the ONA. This 152 page catalogue (8½? x 11?, spiral bound) lists all the souvenir medals issued by these three Canadian Numismatic Institutions. The APNA (Atlantic Provinces Numismatic Association) first founded in 1966 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, is an association of the coin clubs of the cities of the Maritime Provinces of Canada. Over the years, between Spring and Fall Rallies, they have sponsored 37 major events. Of all the associations the APNA has issued a more diverse array of souvenir medals, which are spread over a 40 year period. The CNA (Canadian Numismatic Association) held its first Convention in 1954, and for the next 53 years souvenir medals were issued for each year. Prize medals and award winners at each convention are listed: Best of Show Award, J. Douglas Ferguson Award, Louise Graham Memorial Club of the Year Award, Fellow of the C.N.A. Award, Guy Potter Literary Award, Jerome H. Remick III Literary Award, Local and Regional / National Newsletter Award, and the Jean Bullen Award. The ONA (Ontario Numismatic Association), founded in 1962 at Waterloo, Ontario with the first convention the same year has the second longest line of souvenir medals, 45 years with only one year (1980) missed. The listings include the ONA Award of Merit and the Fellow of the ONA Award winners. This catalogue, the most comprehensive and informative of its kind on the market today, lists and illustrates all the souvenir medals issued by the three largest Canadian numismatic organizations. It is the only guide to offer the collector a complete history of the medals of the APNA, CNA, and the ONA. Author: Ontario Numismatic Assoc./Cross Publisher: Charlton Press ISBN: 978-0-88968-331-0 Format: Spiralbound Year Published: 2008 Edition No.: 2nd Condition: New Number of Pages: 152 Size: 9 x 11" -