Click title/picture for details. offer US $14.40 Historic and economic details accompany major sections of this 240-page reference. This highly regarded resource features a complete national bank note listing and price chart, coverage of military payment certificates, silver and gold certificates, error notes and U.S. issues in the Philippines; plus, a guide to authentication of U.S. currency. From the rare and unique to the standard issue, this book is the most trusted guide to U.S. paper money. More than 5,500 listings and 11,000 valuations provide collectors with the most complete information about U.S. paper money Current pricing information keeps collectors up-to-date 600+ photos for easy identification Author: Krause Publisher: Krause Pub. ISBN: 0-89689-155-0 Format: Hard Cover Year Published: 2005 Edition No.: 24th Condition: New Number of Pages: 213 Size: 8 1/2" x 11"
Click title/picture for details. offer US $13.97 New in this catalogue are listings of SNRs ? single note replacements. This is a quite recent development in collecting, pursued by Journey Note enthusiasts. In response to a good suggestion from a contributor, the Journey note listings have now been separated into three categories ? regular issue notes, sheet replacement notes and single note replacements. This should make the listings much easier to navigate. ?Tips for Collectors? introduced in the 20th edition and containing note census data and other useful information, proved to be a popular innovation. Consequently many additional ?Tips? are provided in the new edition, and all census information, drawn from published registers, has been brought up to date. In this edition prices continue to move forward for most areas, and retreat in a few. The market for Dominion notes remains quite strong, current economic uncertainty notwithstanding, and prices have moved ahead for many issues and grades, with none in decline. The situation with Bank of Canada notes is more mixed. Notes of the 1935 issue continue to attain ever higher price levels for most denominations and grades. Notes of the 1937 issue signed Osborne-Towers show strength, while values for 1954 Devil's Face asterisk notes climb even higher. The 1954 modified portrait replacement notes show modest advances or are steady. Selected notes from the multicolour issue, and especially the birds issue, have fallen in price to reflect current market reality. A few Journey notes have declined in value, notably the $10 prefix BER printed in 2003, which is not quite as rare as it once seemed, but avid insert replacement note collectors keep demand strong for notes in their specialty. Solid number notes and especially serial number 1 notes have risen substantially in value, although demand for millions numbered notes has not been increasing. Most error note values are holding steady at this time, with very spotty increases. More listings have been added, including a few early proofs, a newly discovered replacement prefix and some new error notes, and of course new prefixes released in the past year have been brought up to date. Editor: Graham Publisher: Charlton Press ISBN: 978-0-88968-333-4 Format: Soft Cover, Spiral bound Year Published: 2008 Edition No.: 21ST Condition: New Number of Pages: 392 Size: 6" x 8 1/2" x 1" thick
Click title/picture for details. offer US $24.99 ISBN: 0896896838 Book Title: Warman's Coins and Paper Money, Identification and Price Guide, 4th Edition Author: Allen G. Berman Binding: Soft Cover Copyright: 2008 Pages: 272 Size: 8.25 x 10.88 in.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $80.00 ISBN: 0896897303 Book Title: Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, General Issues, 1368-1960, 12th Edition w/DVD Author: George S. Cuhaj Binding: Soft Cover Copyright: 2008 Pages: 1223 Size: 8.25 x 10.88 in.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $24.97 The "Bible" of Rare Die Varieties. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The 4th Edition, first volume alone is over 25% larger than the entire 3rd Edition (over 420 pages), and will contain over 200 new varieties that were not in the 3rd Edition. Vol. 1 covers half cents thru nickels. The information, pricing, and interest levels have all been updated. Most of the great photos from the previous edition have been improved, and total over 800 for this volume alone! This is without a doubt the single most quoted variety book in the numismatic hobby! This volume has been over six years in the making. 5.5 " x 8.5" page size, Spiralbound. -