A Guide Book of United States Coins 2013

A Guide Book of United States Coins 2013

By R. S. Yeoman & Kenneth Bressett

  • Release Date: 2012-04-12
  • Genre: Antiques & Collectibles
Score: 3.5
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Description

Identify your coins quickly and easily! THE OFFICIAL RED BOOK® features full-color, actual-size and enlarged photos, with historical details about each piece. The Red Book shows mintages for all federal coins, from the ultra rare to the everyday. You might have a real rarity in your pocket change! Find out how much your coins are worth: The Red Book has clear, easy-to-follow grading information for each series, and prices in up to 9 grades per coin. Colonial and early American coins · Federal coins · Commemoratives Proof and Mint sets · Die varieties and errors · Civil War tokens · Territorial gold · State and territorial quarters · National Park quarters · Presidential dollars · Puerto Rican, Philippine, and Hawaiian coins · Error coins · Bullion

Reviews

  • Hangs and takes for ever to load.

    1
    By Mlj1970
    I bought a reference book I have yet to find a use for. I thought this would be easy like kindle. Nope. It more confusing and the lag the in pulling the book out if 20-30x longer than kindle. So I don't know how to turn in a faulty book or platform. Disappointed. Apple is the leader in so many other area! Oh well. I can't even use this book at firewood!!!
  • Red Book

    5
    By Captkirk2005
    Best coin book printed. I have two hardback red books.
  • Better than the real thing

    5
    By J.F. Knott
    I wasn't sure how satisfied I would be with the digital version of this book but I definitely thought that having this resource available to me anywhere would be convenient. Much to my surprise not only am I as happy with the digital version as I am with my 2012 hardcover version I am impressed with the images and my ability to enlarge them and zoom in on them. Additionally I like the ability to bookmark my favorite sections of the book, highlight important parts and even add my own notes to it. This is definitely worth every penny I spent and I recommend it to anyone who wants a new copy of the red book. Not to mention the fact that it is almost half the price of the hardcover version. It is worth twice as much to me. I wish I had done this a year ago.

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