Building on the scope of Robert Friedberg's groundbreaking research, A Guide Book of United States Paper Money, 4th Edition, includes an engaging history of the paper currency of the United States. Every federal note from the ultra rare Demand Notes of 1861 to the lunch money in our wallets today is described in detail. Fascinating narrative captures the romance and history of American paper money, and also explores recent developments in the hobby and market, including the new $100 bills. The book combines the hobby-standard Friedberg numbering system with retail values and hundreds of high-resolution, full-color photos. With full-color, updated content, the fourth edition is even stronger than previous editions, which have already taken their place as popular hobby references.

About the Author

David L. Ganz is a past President of the American Numismatic Association (1993-95), and for more than 40 years has written about coins and coin collecting. A lawyer by profession, he has practiced as senior partner in the New York firm of Ganz & Hollinger, P.C. since 1980. He started writing the "Under the Glass" column for "Numismatic News" in 1969, and has been a contributing editor to "Coinage Magazine" since 1973. Some of his most recent books include "The Official Guide to America's State Quarters, 2nd Edition" (Random House 2009) "Profitable Coin Collecting" (Krause Publications 2008), and "Invest in Affordable Rare Coins" (Krause Publications 2010). David L. Ganz lives in New York, New York.

Product Details
Author: David L. Ganz
ISBN:  0794842305   
Publisher:  Whitman Publishing
Publish Date:  May 27, 2014
Pages:  405 pages
Dimensions:  0.9" H x 8.9" L x 6.0" W (1.45 lbs) 

A Guide Book of United States Paper Money: Complete Source for History, Grading, and Values

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