Books on Commemorative Coins
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Investing, Collecting & Trading in Certified Commemoratives
by Harry Laibstain

Collecting commemorative coins is a very specialized field, and most seem to find their way into slabs. This excellent reference will guide you through the maze so that you can best determine whether that Gettysburg in MS64 is in fact a good buy, or if there are 480 graded higher. You'll even get a guide as to which grades are best for the collector and the investor, and whether or not the issue is even recommended as an investment. Soft bound, 8.5" x 11", 135 pages with great photos


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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.



The Official Guide to U.S. Commemorative Coins
by David L. Ganz

A brand new book which covers all U. S. commemorative coins, 1892 to date, including those intended for circulation. Of course that means there is in depth coverage of the first five 50 States Quarters Program issues. Additionally, this is the first book covering commemorative issues from 1992 to date, of which there are more than 50! The coverage of these recent issues include a unique perspective as David L. Ganz, past President of the American Numismatic Association, served on the Citizens Commemorative Coin Advisory Committee. So involved was he that Philip N. Diehl, Director of the United States Mint, gives much of the credit for the circulating commemorative program to David Ganz!

This book also provides key grading and pricing details including mintage figures which most commemorative books leave out. Soft bound with 343 pages and an easy to use 5 x 9 inch format (soft bound), this book is one not to be missed no matter what you collect!


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The Encyclopedia of United States Silver & Gold Commemorative Coins: 1892 - 1989
by Anthony Swiatek and Walter Breen

A detailed history of each of the commemorative issues, this book is a highly recognized work for these wonderful coins. Loaded with technical information, grading of each coin, and related information. This is a must have! 8-1/2 x 11 page size, 386 pages, soft bound, and lots of photos! You gotta but it for your library!


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