Sunday, February 21, 2016
We have two contributions for this week's JR Newsletter. The first comes from Dave Lange:
In response to Winston Zack's speculation that the new specimen of 1796 JR-7 may have been attributed by using the VIG that he co-authored, I can confirm that this was indeed how I identified the coin. I picked up a copy of this book at last summer's ANA convention and have been using it in place of the JRCS book ever since.
Research Director, NGC
Next, a few books offered by Pete Mosiondz:
The History of United States Coinage as Illustrated by The Garrett Collection, Q. David Bowers (1979). The history of U.S. coinage as seen through the collection consigned to auction by Johns Hopkins University and which realized $25 million. 572 pages. Well illustrated. HB. New. $35.00
Walter Breen's Complete Encyclopedia of U.S. and Colonial Coins, Walter Breen. 754 pages. Over 4,000 photographs. HB. DJ protected in Brodart Mylar. Like New. $125.00
Encyclopedia of U.S. Gold Coins 1795-1933 (2nd edition 2008), Jeff Garrett and Ron Guth. Foreword by Dr. Richard Doty. Provides a wealth of information on our nation's gold coinage. Features auction records, market values, superb photography, and a coin by coin study. A valuable reference. 636 pages. Illustrated in color. HB. DJ protected in Brodart Mylar. New. (List Price $69.95). $39.00
Add $4.00 Media Mail postage.
Peter Mosiondz, Jr.
26 Cameron Circle
Laurel Springs, NJ 08021-4861