Encyclopedia of Colonial and Early American Coins
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From Q. David Bowers comes a book so comprehensive and authoritative that only the “Dean of American Numismatics” could have created it! Drawing on the expertise of dozens of specialists from around the world, plus Bowers’s own vast knowledge of the subject, the Whitman Encyclopedia of Colonial and Early American Coins includes: Chapter 1: Money in Early America Chapter 2: Minting and Distribution Chapter 3: Collecting Colonial Coins Chapter 4: How to Use This Book Chapter 5: Silver Coins of Massachusetts Chapter 6: British Coins and Tokens for America, Early Issues Chapter 7: American Coins and Tokens from 1783 to 1788 Chapter 8: Other Early American Pieces Chapter 9: European Coins and Tokens for America, Later Issues Chapter 10: Early Washington Coins and Tokens Chapter 11: Unrelated Foreign Coins Chapter 12: 19th Century Colonial Copies and Fantasies Selected Bibliography Index This is the new definitive reference on colonial and early American coins and tokens, and related issues. Full color and fully illustrated with hundreds of detailed photographs. Also available in a limited edition premium hardcover leather version. Binding: Hardcover or Limited Edition Edition: 1st Publication Date: February 24, 2009 Size: 8.5 x 11 Pages: 352
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