Unspoken

16 July 2020 | By Dee Henderson | Filed in: coin collecting.

Charlotte Graham is at the center of the most famous kidnapping in Chicago history n nThe task force of FBI and local cops found her two abductors, killed them, rescued her, but it took four very long years The fact she was found less than three miles from her home, had been there the entire time, h

Coin Collecting For Dummies

16 July 2020 | By Neil S. Berman | Filed in: coin collecting.

There s a special comfort in collecting, in surrounding yourself with familiar objects and building a store of assets The allure of money is especially strong Coins represent real value The warmth of silver and the weight of gold are irresistible to some Coins travel throughout the world and thr

Coin Atlas Handbook

16 July 2020 | By Joe Cribb | Filed in: coin collecting.

With over 400 illustrations, this book covers twenty six centuries of coinage and has over 100 maps.

1994 Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1801-Present

16 July 2020 | By Chester L. Krause | Filed in: coin collecting.

The 30th anniversary edition of coin collecting s one and only, single volume 20th century world coin book and price reference is the best ever A new two column format allows collectors to fully view the than 48,000 obverse and reverse coin illustrations The accompanying listing for each coin

Standard Catalog of World Coins: 18th Century, 1701-1800 (3rd Edition)

16 July 2020 | By Chester L. Krause | Filed in: coin collecting.

From the smallest mining pfennings to the largest multiple ducats in gold, this single volume represents a definitive collection of 18th century world coins, based on than 30 years of research by hundreds of numismatic experts The listings for issues from China, the German states, and the Holy

Double Eagle

16 July 2020 | By Sneed B. Collard III | Filed in: coin collecting.

The year is 1862 The Skink, a Confederate ship, is attacked by Union forces and sinks off the Alabama coast in the Gulf of Mexico Although the ship was rud to be carrying newly minted gold coins, no trace of the wreck and not even a single piece of Confederate gold is ever found Fast forward