By Kenneth Bressett (Editor) R. S. Yeoman
In 1946, a narrow yet fact-filled ebook hit the pastime scene: R.S. Yeoman’s advisor booklet of usa cash. This April, Whitman Publishing will free up the sixtieth Anniversary variation of this loved, best-selling pastime consultant, recognized in all places because the “Red Book.” The pink booklet costs greater than 6,000 cash, with approximately 30,000 person values. in fact this complete pricing isn’t the single cause creditors have made the purple e-book one of many top-selling nonfiction titles in publishing background. a superb origin and 60 years of numismatic scholarship have equipped what many creditors name “the Bible of the pastime” –a unmarried source that teaches a bit of every little thing approximately American cash; a reference choked with proof and figures that researchers return to time and time back. greater than seven hundred new full-color images, up-to-date mintages and coin values, new public sale files, extra trend items, extended insurance of Civil warfare tokens, and the most recent commemoratives, units, and different cash. complete colour all through; illustrated; 417 pages, edited by means of Kenneth Bressett.
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