Click title/picture for details. offer US $15.96 NOW in Full Color ? 304 Pages Americans love to collect the big Morgan silver dollar! No other coin conjures up so much of the romance and history of the United States. In this third edition of his bestselling book, noted numismatic historian Q. David Bowers offers an engaging portrait of the country's most popular classic coin. You'll learn what to look for when you buy, how to grade your coins, how to cherrypick varieties, and ways to become a smarter collector. A Guide Book of Morgan Silver Dollars, 3rd edition, also includes a thorough market analysis for each date and mintmark, a detailed look at the minting process, and a study of Treasury releases and other hoards, plus a section on never-circulated pattern coins. Full color throughout; illustrated; indexed. Paperback. 304 Pages Author: Bowers Publisher: Whitman ISBN: 079-482-269-X Format: Soft Cover Year Published: 2007 Edition No.: 3rd Condition: New Number of Pages: 304 Size: 6'' x 9''
Click title/picture for details. offer US $19.49 Guide to Silver Dollars and Trade Dollars 3rd Ed.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 $29.00 THE UNITED STATES EARLY SILVER DOLLARS 1794 - 1803 by Jules Reiver. Detailed year by year coverage. Comprehensive guide to all known varieties and die states. More than 200 high quality black and white photographs. In depth descriptions of each variety and die state. Dimensions are 11 1/2" tall by 8 1/2" wide with 115 pages. Published in 1999, this is the second printing! Out of print. Brand new condition
Click title/picture for details. offer US $59.99 If you collect silver crowns or ecus of France you need this rare and informative reference book, which sells for between $80 and $175 on the second-hand book market (usually in lesser condition than this copy). Cost is much less here. THE SILVER CROWNS OF FRANCE 1641 - 1973. "A catalogue of the regularly-issued crown-sized silver coins of France struck under national authority after the coinage reform of 1641, including the ecus from 1641 to 1794 and the comparable decimal issues from 1795 to 1973." Author: George Sobin, Jr., Publisher: Richard Margolis Coins & Medals of the World, 1974, Teaneck, NJ, first edition. Blue cloth hardbound, dust jacket, 267 pages, 7 x 10 inches, includes references, mint identification, rarity and valuation, dozens and dozends of b/w photo illustrations, die varieties. Coins of metropolitan France, Ancien Regime, Bearn, Dauphiny, Navarre, Flanders, national issues, etc. Condition: dust jacket has a few tears (carefully repaired with tape), otherwise book has a clean interior, clean covers, tight binding, and is virtually like new. A very nice clean copy of this desirable work. Lists numerous issues of crowns based on author's collection, carefully prepared by a specialist. Rare limited edition and probably the best guide that is available on its topic, and one that represents extraordinary efforts by the author. Indispensable reference if you collect coins of France. English language text.