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eBook The Coin Collector's Survival Manual ePub

by Scott A. Travers

  • ISBN: 1566252075
  • Category: Antiques and Collectibles
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Scott A. Travers
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing; 4th Revised Edition edition (October 30, 1999)
  • Pages: 274
  • ePub book: 1683 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1575 kb
  • Other: rtf lrf mobi mbr
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 290

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Start by marking The Coin Collector's Survival Manual as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Bestselling, award-winning author Scott A. Travers combines insider information on the latest trends in coin collecting with his influential How to Make Money in Coins Right Now. Beautifully illustrated with black-and-white photographs and a full-color insert, The Coin Collector's Survival Manual is indispensable for seasoned collectors and novices alike. One of the most important coin books ever written.

Scott A. Travers, one of the most influential coin dealers in the world, served as vice president (1997–1999) of. . Travers, one of the most influential coin dealers in the world, served as vice president (1997–1999) of the congressionally chartered, nonprofit American Numismatic Association. Coin Values, and One-Minute. Travers, one of the most influential coin dealers in the world, served as vice president (1997-1999) of. Travers, one of the most influential coin dealers in the world, served as vice president (1997-1999) of the congressionally chartered, nonprofit American Numismatic Association. Coin Values, and One-Minute

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This book can be found in: Art, Fashion & Photography Antiques & collectables Coins, banknotes, medals & seals. The Coin Collector's Survival Manual - Coin Collector's Survival Manual (Paperback). Scott A Travers (author). Paperback Published: 15/12/2010.

Bestselling, award-winning author Scott A. Travers . Beautifully illustrated with black-and-white photographs and a full-color insert, The Coin Collector’s Survival Manual is indispensable for seasoned collectors and novices alike. New York Times In The Coin Collector’s Survival Manual you’ll learn how to:.

ISBN13: 9780375723391. Avoid the perils and pitfalls of internet auctions. Safeguard and protect your coins. Inside look at important changes in grading. This detailed coin survival guide will make a great addition to your numismatic library. Get your copy today! CollecTons.

The Ultimate Coin Collector's Reading List

The Ultimate Coin Collector's Reading List. The books and publications you need on your shelf to learn about your coins and the art of coin collecting. A Guide Book of United States Coins, also known as The Red Book, is the best-selling numismatic book ever, and it has been under annual publication since 1947. Coin collecting can be a tricky hobby to master, and Travers’s, The Coin Collector’s Survival Manual, is full of information designed to help you get the most out of your coin collecting ventures.

Detailed charts and more than one hundred phptgraphs enhance this encyclopedic, clearly written text.

Comments

Still In Mind Still In Mind
Valuable info I guess. But, I could write my own book now that I have more experience. For example:
Never buy gold coins sight unseen like many dealers will try to sell you. Never buy from dealers period.
Get your coins on Ebay from sellers with no negative feedback that offer return guarantee. Never pay
book value for coins.
It's so easy It's so easy
I've decided to add my, ahem, two cents worth, on this book because I have just finished reading another book by the same author titled 'How to make money in coins right now.' I resisted buying the latter because I suspected, rightfully as it turns out, that there would not be much new information contained in it; Mr. Travers has a tendency to rehash a lot of his admittedly valuable and well-reasoned information advice. This book covers a lot of ground, per the reviews below, much of it essential. The single most valuable section, to my mind, is the in-depth discussion of coin grades as used by the professionals, and a discussion of recent changes made in grading standards. Also helpful is the section discussing ways to spot coins that may not be as good as the 'look,' and why (toning, doctoring, cleaning, etc.). I definitely can recommend this book as a stand alone purchase but would steer the interested buyer to another of Mr. Travers' books titled 'How to make money in coins right now.' I say this only because each book covers a lot of the same ground but the other contains information crucial to the 'value' question that every coin collector has at the back of his mind. Either will do, however, I just don't recommend purchasing both: One or the other and spend the money you don't spend on a nice collectible coin.
Longitude Temporary Longitude Temporary
great
ZEr0 ZEr0
Wonderful read
Lestony Lestony
One of the great books every coin collector should read. Mr. Travers knows his stuff and does a good job explaining the pitfalls that coin collectors can encounter and how to avoid them.
Asyasya Asyasya
I would buy this book again. Well written and highly informative. I am a coin dealer with many years experience and this book is a great reference for anyone in the business.
Wenaiand Wenaiand
Great item
As a noob coin collector this book provides important insight in what to expect. Definitely recommend.