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2002 American Guide to U.S. Coins: The Most Up-to-Date Coin Prices…
by Charles French
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Initiated in 1999 and continuing until 2008, the U.S. Mint's 50 State Quarters Program has sparked lots of new interest in coin collecting. The Mint releases each new coin in the same order that the states joined the union, circulating a new coin approximately every ten weeks. The 2002 American Guide to U.S. Coins provides background details about this exciting program, as well as pictures of all the quarters released so far, practical collecting advice, and estimated prices. In addition, sections new to this edition offer authoritative information on how to judge any coin's value; how to tell if a coin is counterfeit; how to start building a collection; and how to clean, care for, display, or store coins safely.The 2002 American Guide to U.S. Coins covers the whole range of U.S. coinage, including early American coins, Civil War money, commemorative coins, mint errors, Hard Times Tokens, proof sets, and more. Revised and edited by a leading professional numismatist, it explains how auctionhouses work and give valuable advice on buying, trading, and selling on the Internet. With a comprehensive resource section and hundreds of new,
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)737.4973The arts Sculpture and related arts Numismatics; Coins; Medals Coin Collecting
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