2013 North American Coins & Prices: A Guide to U.S., by George S. Cuhaj, Thomas Michael, Harry Miller, David C.

By George S. Cuhaj, Thomas Michael, Harry Miller, David C. Harper

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There isn't any larger consultant to usa, Canadian, and Mexican cash than the 2013 North American cash & Prices. that includes approximately 48,000 person coin listings and up to date coin costs, the recent version is definitely the right all-in-one guide.

Organized via state, denomination and date of factor, 2013 North American cash & Prices presents a transparent and thorough photograph to the large array of cash so passionately accumulated. The U.S. part starts off with early Colonial cash and tokens of the seventeenth and 18th centuries and follows via to Federal matters from 1792 ahead. Mexico's listings commence in 1701 whereas Canada's start with its earliest unified coinage in 1858.

New to the twenty second version: * large revisions to the Mexico listings
* A wide-ranging choice of new concerns from the Royal Canadian Mint
* whole rate updates for all coinage
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In Canada, nickel was removed and replaced first by a tombac (brass) alloy and then by chromium-plated steel. Peace brought with it a return to the prewar composition. To see an example of differences between the United States and Canada, take the Canadian approach to the worldwide trend of removing silver from coinage. Canada made its move in 1968, three years after the United States. Instead of choosing a copper-nickel alloy as a substitute for silver, Canada looked to its own vast natural resources and employed pure nickel.

S. coins. They can be universalists and accept the broadest definitions of type, or they can narrow the bands to whatever degree suits them best. indd 42 6/12/12 3:01 PM GET A MAP 43 By checking the price-guide section, date and mintmark collectors will quickly note that their method of organization more or less turns into collecting by date. Though currently there are three mints in Canada – Hull, Quebec; Ottawa, Ontario; and Winnipeg, Manitoba – they don’t use mintmarks. Historically, few mintmarks were employed.

The concept was not new; the ANA had operated an authentication service since 1972 and a grading service since 1979. A collector or dealer could submit a coin directly to the service and receive a certificate giving the service’s opinion on authenticity and grade. The grading service was the source of near constant debate among dealers and ANA officials. Dealers charged that ANA graders were too young and inexperienced, and that their grading was inconsistent. Grading stability was a problem throughout the coin business in the early 1980s, not just with the ANA service.

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