Saturday, April 12, 2008

[COINS CLUB] Re: What is the best book for finding coin values?

Sorry, but there is no "Best Book for Coin Vlaue"! The reason for this
is the value of coins change daily (No not all coins, but enough) that
all "ANY" book can do is get you into a range on the value of a coin.

Another factor is the type of coins you wish to value. US Coins, then
the Red Book or Trends is best. Red Book come out once per year, Trends
is a Magazine that come out Monthy.

For World Coins in General, Krause Catalog of World Coins, but there
are three or more version of it. (1801 - 1900, 1901 - 2000, and 2001 to
present) In some countries I am sure they have something similar to the
US Red Book that just covers the coins of that country, but not all
have them.

Then you have books that deal with specific Coins such as the Buffalo
Nickels, Roosevelt Dimes, Morgan Dollars, or for a specific Mint such
as "The Gold Coins of the Dahlonega Mint", so there are tons of books
out there to advance your education in just about any direction you
wish to go.


--- In, kathy_sbarboro <no_reply@...> wrote:
> Anyone buy any good books to understand coin collecting?


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