Tag: Numismatic Books

First Read: Numismatic Archaeology of North America: A Field Guide

First Read: Numismatic Archaeology of North America: A Field Guide

First Read, a continuing series of essays about classic and contemporary works of numismatic literature… Review by Charles Morgan for CoinWeek ….. Numismatic Archaeology of North America: A Field Guide is a book that sought us out. Almost Literally. In Army chow halls across the country there’s an expression: “Eat First – Taste Later”. That’s […]

By September 28, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Whitman: New Guide Book of Morgan Silver Dollars Sold Out

Whitman: New Guide Book of Morgan Silver Dollars Sold Out

Early Sellout Reflects Strong Hobby Interest in Recent 1964 Morgan Discovery Whitman Publishing announces that the fifth edition of Q. David Bowers’s Guide Book of Morgan Silver Dollars is temporarily sold out due to high demand. More copies are scheduled to arrive in mid-October. “Collectors can call our Customer Service number at 1-800-546-2995 to order […]

Classic US Coins: Does a 1964 Morgan Silver Dollar Exist?

Classic US Coins: Does a 1964 Morgan Silver Dollar Exist?

By Everett Millman – Gainesville Coins …….   Rumors have long circulated in numismatic circles about the mystery of the 1964 Peace dollar, which would have been the last 90% silver dollar minted for circulation. That is, if the entire mintage hadn’t been melted down when the plan to coin new silver dollars (which hadn’t […]

Numismatic Books – Kolbe & Fanning Publish September Fixed Price Catalogue

Numismatic Books – Kolbe & Fanning Publish September Fixed Price Catalogue

Kolbe & Fanning are pleased to announce the availability of their latest catalogue, featuring works on ancient, medieval and modern topics, the 36-lot PDF catalogue aims to include a wide variety of material. To download the catalogue, visit our website at numislit.com. A few highlights from this May offering include: The magnificent 1645 Icones volume […]

Whitman Publishing: Exploring the Mints of the United States

Whitman Publishing: Exploring the Mints of the United States

The United States Mint is at the center of American coin collecting. It is the wellspring, the mother lode, of the little copper, silver and gold objects of material culture that numismatists collect, study, and catalog. The Mint is the sole manufacturer of the nation’s legal-tender coinage, and its products are used every day by […]

New Edition of Whitman’s Guide Book of Morgan Silver Dollars Reveals Previously Unknown 1964 Morgan Dollar

New Edition of Whitman’s Guide Book of Morgan Silver Dollars Reveals Previously Unknown 1964 Morgan Dollar

Whitman Publishing announces the release of the new fifth edition of A Guide Book of Morgan Silver Dollars, by Q. David Bowers. The 304-page book will be available from booksellers and hobby shops nationwide on September 27, 2016, for $19.95 USD. Before then it is available for preorder – including on Whitman.com. The pricing, text, […]

First Read: The Gold Indians of Bela Lyon Pratt by Allan Schein

First Read: The Gold Indians of Bela Lyon Pratt by Allan Schein

First Read, a continuing series of essays about classic and contemporary works of numismatic literature… Review by Charles Morgan for CoinWeek ….. The Gold Indians of Bela Lyon Pratt by Allan Schein The period of our nation’s monetary history that began shortly after the turn of the century and ran until about 1932 or ’33 […]

Numismatic Books – Whitman Publishes Paper Money Counterfeiting and Technology Reference

Numismatic Books – Whitman Publishes Paper Money Counterfeiting and Technology Reference

Whitman Publishing announces the upcoming release of Counterfeiting and Technology: A History of the Long Struggle Between Paper-Money Counterfeiters and Security Printing, by Robert “Bob” McCabe. In 480 pages this narrative covers the origins and development of paper and printing; the formation of engraving companies in America, particularly in the melting pot of Philadelphia; the […]

CoinWeek News Wire for July 29, 2016

CoinWeek News Wire for July 29, 2016

By Coinweek ….   CoinWeek News Wire for July 29, 2016 Brain Food 1.) Deciphering history through coins Another prized possession is the one with an imprint of Alexander [the Great] on the face of the coin. “It belongs to 327 B.C. and there is also a story that Alexander married an Indian tribal woman. […]

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Bela Lyon Pratt Quarter & Half Eagle Gold Coin Book to Debut at ANA World’s Fair

Bela Lyon Pratt Quarter & Half Eagle Gold Coin Book to Debut at ANA World’s Fair

New book on classic Indian Head U.S. gold coins by author of Mexican Beauty: Un Peso Caballito By Allan Schein …..   Author Allan Schein announces the release of his newest numismatic book, The $2½ & $5 Gold Indians of Bela Lyon Pratt. 18 months in the writing this 415-page book contains more than 700 […]

By July 26, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Stack’s Bowers: The Secret of Owl Creek, Plus a Special Opportunity

Stack’s Bowers: The Secret of Owl Creek, Plus a Special Opportunity

The Launching of a Project A number of years ago Whitman Publishing launched one of the most extensive research projects ever undertaken in numismatics. In fact, in terms of time, money, and travel it might well be the most extensive. In 2006 my book, Obsolete Paper Money Issued by Banks in the United States 1782 […]

Whitman’s Guide Book of United States Paper Money 5th Edition to Debut at ANA World’s Fair of Money

Whitman’s Guide Book of United States Paper Money 5th Edition to Debut at ANA World’s Fair of Money

The updated and revised fifth edition of the Guide Book of United States Paper Money will be available in late July, with its official debut at the American Numismatic Association (ANA) World’s Fair of Money in Anaheim on August 9, 2016. The new book, a history and price guide on the paper currency of the […]

Author Allan Schein Wins Pradeau Award from Mexican Numismatic Society

Author Allan Schein Wins Pradeau Award from Mexican Numismatic Society

On May 20, 2016, the Sociedad Numismática de México (Mexican Numismatic Society) bestowed upon Salt Lake City author Allan Schein the Alberto Francisco Pradeau Award for his bi-lingual book Mexican Beauty: Un Peso Caballito. The congratulatory letter announcing this prestigious award cited that Mr. Schein’s “investigation, study and conclusions are considered of great merit for […]

By June 15, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Whitman Releasing Obsolete Paper Money Encyclopedia Vol. 7 June 28

Whitman Releasing Obsolete Paper Money Encyclopedia Vol. 7 June 28

Whitman Publishing announces the upcoming release of volume 7 of the Whitman Encyclopedia of Obsolete Paper Money, by Q. David Bowers. In 736 pages this volume covers the early bank currency of the Southern states of Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Texas. The book will debut on June 28, 2016, and before then […]

ALMOST THERE! – See you on May 24th at Part IV of D. Brent Pogue Collection Sale

ALMOST THERE! – See you on May 24th at Part IV of D. Brent Pogue Collection Sale

By Q. David Bowers, Founder ………..   As I write these words, our sale of the D. Brent Pogue Collection Part IV at Sotheby’s international headquarters in New York City is coming up quickly. I hope to see you in person as a bidder, buyer, or interested observer. Or I and the Stack’s Bowers Galleries […]

Numismatic Books – Kolbe & Fanning Publish May Fixed Price Catalogue

Numismatic Books – Kolbe & Fanning Publish May Fixed Price Catalogue

Kolbe & Fanning are pleased to announce the availability of their latest catalogue, the third in a series of fixed-price offerings of rare and out-of-print numismatic books from around the world. Featuring works on ancient, medieval and modern topics, the 36-lot PDF catalogue aims to include a wide variety of material. To download the catalogue, […]

Coin Collecting Album News – David Lange’s Library of Coins Book Now Shipping

Coin Collecting Album News – David Lange’s Library of Coins Book Now Shipping

By David W. Lange – www.coincollectingboards.net ….   After more than a year-and-a-half of work, Volume Two of my book series on coin albums is complete. My new book detailing the Coin and Currency Institute and its publications–including its lines of coin albums–arrived from the printer while I was at the Central States Numismatic Society […]

Numismatic Books – NLG Now Accepting Entries for 2016 Writer’s Contest

Numismatic Books – NLG Now Accepting Entries for 2016 Writer’s Contest

By Numismatic Literary Guild …… Entries are now being accepted for the 2016 Numismatic Literary Guild’s (NLG) Writers’ Competition. As usual, the contest covers a broad spectrum of categories, including: books on numismatic subjects; newspaper and magazine articles and columns; online websites, articles, columns and blogs; numismatic newsletters; auction catalogs; and TV, radio and audio-visual […]

CoinWeek Weekly Coin & Currency News Roundup – April 15, 2016

CoinWeek Weekly Coin & Currency News Roundup – April 15, 2016

By Coinweek ….   For this week’s coin and currency news roundup, we focus on several updates of news stories we’d covered in previous roundups – as well as continue to explore a few general trends in numismatics and culture-at-large. Of course there’s some new stuff as well, so let’s get right to it. Brain […]

By April 17, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Coin Collecting Strategies – Quit Buying Coins !

Coin Collecting Strategies – Quit Buying Coins !

By Al Doyle for CoinWeek …..   Here’s some advice that applies to many collectors: “Stop buying so many coins.” Is telling numismatists to avoid adding to their holdings no different than ordering cats to stop chasing mice? Many coin enthusiasts cheerfully joke about needing to satisfy their “addiction” on a regular basis, so why […]

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CoinWeek Weekly Coin & Currency News Roundup – April 8, 2016

CoinWeek Weekly Coin & Currency News Roundup – April 8, 2016

By Coinweek ….   This week, we visit Peruvian counterfeiters, tour the Karlsruhe Mint in Germany and find out whether those coin counting machines at your local bank or grocery store are accurate. And we check in on a lot of news coming out of India. We also touch upon the Panama Papers, and reveal […]

By April 9, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Coin Books – First Read: American Gold and Silver by Dennis Tucker

Coin Books – First Read: American Gold and Silver by Dennis Tucker

By Louis Golino for CoinWeek …..   As modern U.S. coins grew in popularity and became an important segment of the coin market over the last several decades, there was no real concomitant emergence of a significant numismatic literature about this burgeoning field. There are a few key works, like Eric Jordan’s Modern Commemorative Coins […]

CoinWeek Weekly Coin & Currency News Roundup – April 1, 2016

CoinWeek Weekly Coin & Currency News Roundup – April 1, 2016

By Coinweek ….   Hello, and welcome back to CoinWeek’s weekly roundup of the strange and off-center in coin and currency news. Today’s roundup happens to fall on April 1 – once known as New Year’s but now better known as April Fool’s. We leave it to you, gentle reader, to decide whether one (or […]

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Numismatic Books – Kolbe & Fanning Publish March Fixed Price Catalogue

Numismatic Books – Kolbe & Fanning Publish March Fixed Price Catalogue

Kolbe & Fanning are pleased to announce the availability of their latest catalogue, the second in a series of fixed-price offerings of rare and out-of-print numismatic books from around the world. Featuring works on ancient, medieval and modern topics, the 36-lot PDF catalogue aims to include a wide variety of material. To download the catalogue, […]

Coin Books – Pre-Publication Offer on New Coin Album Book

Coin Books – Pre-Publication Offer on New Coin Album Book

Numismatic researcher and author David W. Lange has written a new book that is being published by his own imprint, PennyBoard Press™. Listed at $49.95, this deluxe, hardcover, 144-page book is being offered at the pre-publication price of $45 until May 1, the expected date of delivery. Shipping is $10 for priority mail within a […]

American Numismatic Society Publishes Banknotes of the Imperial Bank of Persia

American Numismatic Society Publishes Banknotes of the Imperial Bank of Persia

The American Numismatic Society (ANS) is delighted to offer The Banknotes of the Imperial Bank of Persia, by Michael E. Bonine. This hardcover, 148-page book is a study of this first bank in Iran to issue banknotes and attempt to establish a modern banking system, and the rivalry between Britain and Russia for influence and […]

Coin Library – Deluxe Hardbound Pogue Coin Collection Catalogs and Books

Coin Library – Deluxe Hardbound Pogue Coin Collection Catalogs and Books

By Q. David Bowers – StacksBowers.com ……..   The D. Brent Pogue Collection, after just three sales, has become the most valuable numismatic collection ever sold. With total auction prices realized of $68,569,181 the Pogue Collection has now passed both the John J. Ford, Jr. Collection ($63,052,197) and the Eric P. Newman Collection ($61,880,912). In […]

4th Edition of Bart’s United States Paper Money Errors Now Available

4th Edition of Bart’s United States Paper Money Errors Now Available

By Coin & Currency Institute ….   United States Paper Money Errors Frederick J. Bart, 296 pages, soft cover, 146 x 228 mm, color illustrations, English, ISBN 978-0-87184-250-3, $27.95 (plus $5.75 shipping), Coin & Currency Institute, P.O. Box 399, Williston, Vermont 05495, http:www.coin-currency.com New edition of comprehensive catalog and price guide makes first appearance since […]

By November 16, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Kolbe & Fanning to Auction Margo Russell Collection of Books. VIDEO: 7:52.

Kolbe & Fanning to Auction Margo Russell Collection of Books. VIDEO: 7:52.

On Saturday, August 22, Kolbe & Fanning Numismatic Booksellers will offer up a treasure-trove of rare and important numismatic books, periodicals, and ephemera. One of the sale’s many highlights is the numismatic library of former Coin World Editor Margo Russell. CoinWeek Editor Charles Morgan sat with David Fanning at the American Numismatic Association’s World’s Fair […]

Tales from the Bourse: The Ultimate Trade

Tales from the Bourse: The Ultimate Trade

A look back: The Ultimate Trade Back in 1980 the housing market was so bad, I recall that my parents couldn’t sell our very modest home in Hollywood, Florida. We needed to get out from under the thing so dad could take a professorship at Old Dominion University. Interest rates at the time were in the […]

 
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