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By Arlyn Sieber

This convenient consultant can assist amateur and skilled coin creditors make ecocnomic judgements approximately every thing from pennies to dollars.

Filled with 450 extraordinary colour images and illustrations, recommendation on coin grading, detecting counterfeits, and correctly dealing with cash and notes, this compact reference is enormous on info. Readers will observe information about every little thing from U.S. nickels, dimes and quarters, to gold cash and gold financial institution notes, and treasury notes, between others.

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When the Indian Head cent was first released, it was struck in the same copper-nickel alloy as the Flying Eagle cent. ” The following year, the laurel wreath was replaced by an oak wreath, often considered a symbol of authority, with a bundle of arrows tied at the bottom. Its top was open enough to fit a small American shield. S. cent. It was also made thinner. This new bronze cent was reminiscent of the private one-cent Civil War tokens that circulated at the time and cost a fraction of a cent to manufacture.

50 Dime .......... 00 Half .......... 00 Nickel .......... 50 Quarter .......... 50 Dollar .......... 00 Brockage — Coin struck with a coin and a die instead of two dies. Caused by the previous coin adhering to one die. ” Cent .......... 50 Dime .......... 00 Half .......... 00 Nickel .......... 00 Quarter .......... 00 Dollar .......... 00 Clashed Dies — Coin struck with a die that has been previously struck by another die, leaving some of its impression behind. On the coin, the image of the primary die will be bold, and the image of the residual impression will be very faint.

This is a pair of cardboard squares with an adhering film of relatively inert plastic on one side. The coin is sandwiched between the two layers of plastic, and the two halves are stapled together. This does not permit the coin to be removed and touched as easily as they can be in flips, but it does permit the coin to be viewed on both sides without opening the holder. When removing a coin from a 2-by-2, be careful not to scratch it on the exposed ends of the staples. Flips and 2-by-2 holders fit nicely into specially made boxes.

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