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Picker's Pocket Guide - US Coins & Currency by: Arlyn G. Sieber
Picker's Pocket Guide - US Coins & Currency
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Picker's Pocket Guide - US Coins & Currency by: Arlyn G. Sieber
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Author: Arlyn G. Sieber
Binding: Soft Cover
Copyright: 2016
Pages: 208
Size: 4 x 8 in.

Product Code: SO-KP-2016-9781440246579-WH1

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Finding pleasure and profit in coin and currency collecting

It may be largely considered the oldest collecting interest, but appreciation for coins and currency collecting continues to grow and evolve on a global scale. With that much interest and excitement, and more old coins and notes being discovered daily, it's an opportune time to join the ranks of millions of collectors. The Picker's Pocket Guide: U.S. Coins & Currency is a great resource to help you 'get up to speed' on coin and note history and the present market. Plus, if you've been collecting for awhile, you'll find the easily accessible values and detailed photos in this book to be a quick and reliable resource, wherever you may be.

From Half Cents and Liberty Nickels to Barber Dimes and 50 State Quarters, among others, the coins section in this book contains examples of many of these commonly sought-after coins. In addition, you'll find a nice variety of currency, including Treasury Notes, U.S. Notes, and Silver Certificates, to name a few categories in the book. The additional key features in this book, in addition to the values and photos, are the historic details featured at the beginning of each section and expert collecting tips. For example, author Arlyn G. Sieber offers a bit of background regarding the stars that sometimes appear in the serial numbers of paper money. The stars are included in notes that replaced those that were destroyed in manufacturing, as a means of indicating an interruption in the series' sequence. Today, notes with stars in the serial number generally are more valuable, Sieber explains in the book.


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