Click title/picture for details. offer US $13.95 The Red Book 2010 63nd Edition A price guide book of United States coins. Includes current and past United States Mint Coins! The Most Comprehensive U.S, Coin Price Guide on the Market Bullion, Mint and Proof Sets Included Valuable Information such as: Coin Weight, Diameter and Composition If you have only 1 coin book, this should be it!! The Official Red BookŪ?A Guide Book of United States Coins?enters its 63rd year. Americans nationwide look to this "one-volume library" to tell them how rare their coins are and how much they're worth. Collectors rely on it for its full-color photographs and detailed technical data. The Red Book covers the history and values of colonial and early American coins, half cents through silver dollars and gold, commemoratives, Proof and Mint sets, errors, Civil War tokens, territorial gold, state quarters, Presidential dollars, and other U.S. coins, with practical essays on grading, investing, auctions, and more. Pricing for more than 6,000 coins, more than 700 full-color photographs, updated values, mintage, and auction records. Expanded coverage of commemoratives, sets, and other coins. New state quarters and Presidential dollars. Full Color. 432 Pages. Hard Cover. Bressett.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $14.99 By Roger W. Burdette with Barry Lovvorn. A Guide Book of Peace Dollars is the 13th entry in Whitman's Bowers Series of numismatic references. It covers every date and mintmark of America's last 90% silver dollar, which began as a commemorative of peace after the tribulations of World War One. The book also studies the mysterious 1964-D Peace Dollar, as well as proofs, patterns, trial pieces, errors and misstrikes, countermarks, die varieties, and famous collections. Full Color, Softcover, 288 Pages, Fully Indexed.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $19.49 Within these pages you will find an in-depth chronological survey of every dollar minted in the United States, collecting tips and pricing information, and a thoughtful review for each dollar type. From the most commonly collected Morgan dollar, to the little known Trade dollar and Gobrecht dollar, right down to the familiar "golden" Sacagawea, John Dannreuther's fully updated edition of Q. David Bowers' original work invites you to take a journey through history with the American dollar coin. Author Q. David BowersPub Date 2006Edition 3rdBinding SoftcoverSize 6x9Pages 410
Click title/picture for details. offer US $25.99 Vol 2 1859-1869- 2nd Ed.All premium value varieties are listed with detailed descriptions, rarity and interest factor information and large illustrations. Author Richard E. SnowPub Date 2001Edition 2nd Binding Spiral Size 8.5x11 Pages 123
Click title/picture for details. offer US $27.95 A history and complete overview to grading, rarity and investment potential of Franklin half dollars. Author Rick TomaskaPub Date 2002Edition 2ndBinding HardcoverSize 5.75x8.75Pages 221 -