The three-in-one book 2010 North American Coins & Prices, edited by Numismatic News editor Dave Harper, is now available from Krause Publications.
This innovative and inclusive price guide contains updated pricing, photos and detailed descriptions for coins from the United States, Canada and Mexico dating back to the 17th century. In all there are more than 45,000 coin listings organized by country, denomination and date of issue, current pricing in up to 11 grades of condition, more than 3,000 photos and 10 feature chapters.
Whatever the North American coin collecting interests, be it Canadian silver dollars and platinum bullion coins, local coinage and Spanish colonial issues from Mexico, or commemorative coins and U.S. state quarters, this book is the ultimate price guide.
Each coin is represented by photos of its obverse and reverse, as well as descriptive details including weight, mintage, issue date, actual precious metal weight and designer’s name. The descriptions contain enough details to help with on-the-spot decisions and help to ensure accurate assessment of coins being bought or sold.
The wealth of coin prices –made available by market analysts Harry Miller and Thomas Michael – and identifying details in this book are only matched by the thorough selection of articles that address buying, grading, organizing and storing coins, trends in the coin market and insight about joining a collecting club. In addition, new chapters in this 19th edition examine the four new U.S. cents and six new U.S. quarters released in 2009.
The 6- by 9-inch softcover book has 624 pages and retails for $19.99.
In addition to the book, there is also a CD version available. It contains all of the book content in a searchable and enlargeable PDF file that is compatible with both Mac and PC computers.
Order the book or CD online at www.ShopNumisMaster.com or by phone at (800) 726-9966. Orders for the book or CD placed by Sept. 10 will receive free shipping. Mention code NNBART81709.
Order from ShopNumisMaster.com to receive a 32 percent discount on the retail price of the book.