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32,000 coin prices
U.S. Coin Retail Price Guide
Traditional Book collectors hard cover edition.
The Official Red Book, now in its 66th year, is famous nationwide as the premiere resource for U.S. coin collectors.
This best-selling "one-volume Library" helps you make smart buying decisions as you build your collection. Millions of
readers rely on it for real-world coin values, auction records, full-color photographs, detailed technical data, and
up-to-date mintages. The 2014 edition of the Red Book covers the history of colonial and early American coins; official
federal issues from half cents through silver dollars and gold coins; classic and modern commemoratives; Proof and Mint
sets; error coins; Civil War tokens; pioneer (territorial) gold; every state and territorial quarter, plus the new
Nation Park quarters; all of the presidential and Native American dollars; and more. You'll benefit from its practical
essays on grading, investing, auctions, and other hobby subjects - and of course, its pricing for 7,000-plus coins, in
up to 9 grades each, gathered from more than 100 of the nations's leading coin dealers! The 2014 edition features more
than1,900 full-color photographs to help you confidently identify your coins. Updated values, mintages, and auction
records. Expanded coverage of commemoratives, sets, and other coins. The latest research on colonial and
private/territorial gold. Photographs of Proof coins for the 1800s and 1900s. A listing of coin clubs. An essay on the
new world-record $10 million coin. And much more - something of value for every collector, new or experienced. It's no
wonder more than 23 million copies of the Red Book have been sold since the 1st edition!
16 more pages than the 2012 edition (448 compared to 432)
More than 7,000 listings
More than 32,000 coin prices
Updated Top 250 coin auction prices
New Photographs of 19th- and 20th-century Proof coins
Updated bullion-value charts
A listing of American Numismatic Association coin clubs, by state
An essay on the record-setting $10-million 1794 silver dollar