This popular guide book, now in its sixth edition and illustrated with hundreds of hill-color images, tells the story of paper money in the United States from the 1800s to today. Whether you actively collect U.S. currency, or you simply have a few old notes you want to look up, you will find a wealth of valuable information inside. Illustrations of large-size, small-size, and Fractional Currency notes, Listings of every series, arranged by Friedberg number, Market prices in up to seven collectible grades, Historical background on each series and denomination, from SI to $10,000, Collector information: grading, supply and demand, how to specialize, housing your collection, detecting counterfeits, A glossary of collector terms, World War II issues, uncut sheets, error notes, and much more Other Whitman Publishing books on paper money include 100 Greatest. American Currency Notes, A Guide Book of Southern States Currency, A Guide Book of United States Paper Money, Whitman Encyclopedia of U.S. Paper Money, A Guide Book of Counterfeit Confederate Currency, the Collector's Guide to Modern Federal Reserve Notes, Pictures From a Distant Country, and the Whitman Encyclopedia of Obsolete Paper Money. Book jacket.
A Guide Book of United States Currency, 6th Edition
Whitman Publishing LLC
Large Size, Small Size, Fractional