Books By David Bowers

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United States Copper Coins - An Action Guide for the Collector and Investor
by Q. David Bowers

Just your typical reference book by the most knowledgeable and prolific author of our time in the hobby. Bowers highlights the early copper coins like only he can do. Loaded with illustrations (as are all his books). 5.5" x 8.5", soft bound, 175 pages.



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United States Half Cents 1793-1857
by Q. David Bowers and James F. Ruddy

From the best writing duo (possibly ever), the small, soft bound book is loaded with good information for the dates described. Again, this is a must for the serious collector. 91 pages, 6" x9", soft bound.



Out Of Stock 10.95
  United States Three-cent and Five-cent Pieces - An Action Guide for the Collector and Investor
by Q. David Bowers

Another of Bowers' small but informative reference books, the 168 pages contain valuable information all collectors can find useful. 5.5" x 8.5", soft bound.

Out Of Stock $9.95
A Buyer's Guide to Silver Dollars and Trade Dollars of the United States
by Q. David Bowers (Second Edition)

A treasure trove of information on these popular series. Updated information with 1997 pricing for every date and mintmark. 304 pages.

Out Of Stock           $19.95
  United States Gold Coins - An Illustrated History
by Q. David Bowers

The definitive work on American gold coins. This is the book Treasury Secretary James Baker consulted when he wanted to know about gold coins. Loaded with hundreds of pages of facts, information, history, and many photos, including dozens of color plates. If you're collecting or investing in U. S. gold, you must have this book. 415 pages, 8-1/2 x 11, and bound in a beautiful red leatherette with gold foil. A true bargain at the price.


Out Of Stock $57.95
A Basic Guide to U.S. Commemorative Coins
by Michael J. Hodder and Q. David Bowers

This is a great book with which to start collecting commemorative coins. Each commemorative issue is detailed with a brief history, and includes information on grading, values and rarity for each. Each numismatic library should have a copy. 165 pages, 5-1/2 x 8-1/2, soft bound.


American Coin Treasures and Hoards
by Q. David Bowers

Yet another very interesting book by the most prolific numismatic scholar of our time. Hundreds of exciting and informative accounts of fortunes lost, fortunes found, and fortunes waiting to be discovered. 456 pages, 8-1/2 x 11


Out Of Stock $59.95
 Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. King of Coins
by Q. David Bowers

A wonderful book chronicling the life of this magnificent collector and his equally fascinating collection which, when sold, realized $44 million! 176 pages, 8-1/2 x 11



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  The Rare Silver Dollars Dated 1804 (and the exciting adventures of Edmund Roberts)
by Q. David Bowers

From the best author of our time comes the definitive work on the rare 1804 dollars. If you want some very highly educational reading on these rare coins, then this is the book you should have. The massive volume highlights the history and pedigree of each known coin, a history of the origin of the varieties, and even more information on the history of the Mint. This deluxe hard bound volume contains almost 500-8.5" x 11" pages, and is lavishly illustrated. You shouldn't pass up this historical account.

Out Of Stock $69.95