By David C. Harper, Thomas Michael, Harry Miller
Three nations, One fee Guide
Up-to-date costs and new coin costs make the 2012 North American cash & Prices the must-have cost advisor for creditors of cash from the us, Canada and Mexico.
This one quantity comprises approximately 47,000 person coin listings which are prepared by means of state, denomination and date of issue.
the us part starts off with early Colonial cash and tokens of the seventeenth and 18th centuries. Mexico's listings commence with 1701 and Canada's start with its earliest unified coinage in 1858.
Basic information regarding coin gathering is helping these new to coin gathering receive a greater realizing of the hobby.
Featured within the twenty first version are:
- Price updates reflecting the unstable adjustments within the costs of gold and silver bullion coins
- Extensive additions to listings for Canadian coins
- Market costs for collector cash from all 3 countries
Three books in one! The 2012 North American cash & Prices is the easiest coin rate advisor price at the market.
About the Author
David C. Harper is editor of Numismatic information, government editor of global Coin information and editor of U.S. Coin Digest.
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