Eighth edition published in 2011 with the original published in 1976. It contains almost 700 pages of news, history, and information all pertaining to coins and coin collecting in the United States. This is not your typical novel or even set up like a typical book where you can sit and read the chapters, this […]
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There are, in my opinion, 4 books so essential to collectors and experts alike that they provide the cornerstones of coin collecting knowledge. These would be: A Guidebook of United States Coins, the “Red Book”, Photograde, Cherrypickers’ Guide to Rare Die Varieties of United States Coins, and The PCGS Guide to Grading and Counterfeit Detection. […]
Learning to grade coins is the basic skill that separates the beginners from everyone else in the hobby of coin collecting. Your skill at grading coins will develop over time and experience as you look at hundreds if not thousands of examples of the series that capture your interest. In fact, I would go as […]
More commonly known as “The Redbook” for it’s distinctive red cover has become the consummate guide for beginning and expert coin collectors alike. The very first edition, dated 1947, was actually released in November of 1946 and this title has since sold millions of copies worldwide. The Redbook is usually thought of as a price […]