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Attribution guide for United States large cents, 1840-1857

J. R. Grellman

Attribution guide for United States large cents, 1840-1857

by J. R. Grellman

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Published by J.R. Grellman in [Montgomery, AL] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cent.

  • Edition Notes

    Spine title: U.S. cents, 1840-1857.

    Other titlesU.S. cents, 1840-1857.
    Statement[by J.R. Grellman and Jules Reiver].
    ContributionsReiver, Jules.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCJ1836 .G74 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationca. 300 p. :
    Number of Pages300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2093224M
    LC Control Number88137889

    Large cents have earned a spot in history as the first coins ever minted by the United States government on its own equipment and premises.. They were minted from to at the mint in Philadelphia, the only U.S. Mint at the time. In , however, a fire at the mint prevented the coin from being produced that :// Deck also put Nelson in touch with John D. Wright, who has collected and researched large cents for more than five decades, and Bob Grellman, author of Attribution Guide for United States Large

    Attribution guide for United States large cents, by J. R. Grellman, , J.R. Grellman edition, in English - 2nd :// /Attribution_guide_for_United_States_large_cents_   J.R. Grellman. The Die Varieties of United States Large Cents M&G Publications. At pages with over photographs, this is the authoritative reference on late date large cents. Available from: Bob Grellman, [email protected]

    "The Die Varieties of United States Large Cents " by John R. Grellman, Jr. () Flying Eagle Small Cents () -Richard Snow - A Guide Book of Flying Eagle and Indian Head Cents () “United States Proof Large Cents, Part 2 ()”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XXVI, pp. [11] Andrews, Frank D. An Arrangement of United States Copper Cents, , for


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Attribution guide for United States large cents, 1840-1857 by J. R. Grellman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Attribution Guide For United States Large Cents, [John R. Grellman, Jules Reiver] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Attribution Guide For United States Large Cents, Attribution Guide For United States Large Cents Grellman Reiver. Condition is Used. Shipped with Economy :// Buy Attribution guide for United States large cents, by Grellman, J.

R (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible ://   [SIZE=-1] "Attribution Guide For United States Large Cents ", 2nd edition by J.R. Grellman and Jules Reiver[/SIZE] tmoneyeagles, #5 + Quote Reply The Die Varieties of United States Large Cents - by John R.

(Bob) Grellman, Jr. The book for attributing Late Date cents. Includes a guide to the attribution of late date cents, with a separate page dedicated to each die variety. Rarity ratings are included for each variety (and each die state where applicable.) All-new updated   Attribution Guide for United States Large Cents - Quickfinder Supplement: pamphletprivately printed.

28 pages, est. price $ (Out of Print) by J.R. Grellman and Jules Reiver rating: This review was done by a guest of   “N” numbers remain standard today, though attribution became easier with the J.R.

Grellman-Jules Reiver Attribution Guide for United States Large Cents,published in Naked-eye or “Red Book varieties” of general interest include large and small dates of andand multiple obverse/reverse combinations for   C. ATTRIBUTION GUIDE FOR UNITED STATES LARGE CENTSby Grellman and Reiver.

This book is to Newcomb what a Mercedes is to a Model T. I'm a confirmed early-date nut, and even I enjoy using G-R. It brings late- date attribution and study within the grasp of even the beginner.

"The Die Varieties of United States Large Cents ," by John R. Grellman, Jr., brown hardback, copyright This is THE book for late date large cents, and it is available for $ postpaid directly from the author at:   No large cents were struck after They, and the half cents, simply became too expensive to produce any longer.

Sources and/or recommended reading: "Attribution Guide For United States Large Cents ", 2nd edition by J.R. Grellman and Jules :// Submitters are asked to keep this in mind when selecting coins for variety attribution.

References: Newcomb, Howard R. United States Copper Cents Lawrence, MA: Quarterman Publications, Grellman, John R., Jr. The Die Varieties of United States Large Cents M & G Publications, Book Summary Attribution Guide for United States Large CentsVolume I by J.R. Grellman and Jules Reiver.

This is an in-copyright publication. "Snippet" results will appear in the Newman Portal search ://   United States Large Cents by William Noyes. United States Large Cents by William Noyes. United States Large Cents by William Noyes.

The CENT Book by John Wright. Attribution Guide For United States Large Centsby Grellman and Reiver. Walter Breen’s Encyclopedia of Early US Cents by Walter   Basic Information for United States. Large Cents - Click on any coin to see a lager view. The grading information we have provided on this page for the coin series listed above is in general terms and is only intended to be used as a quick guide to determine the condition of your   Bill Noyes has recently added to his books illustrating the die varieties of large cents from to The new books are United States Large Cents, Volume 5, toand Volume 6, to These join Volumes 1 and 2,   Attribution Guide for United States Large Cents - by J R Grellman and there is a two volume book on - by William Noyes.

I have to admit I don't have the Noyes book and have never had a chance to try using it so I don't know how good it ://?TOPIC_ID= PCGS Certified Braided Hair US Half Cents (), PCGS Certified Liberty Cap Half Cents (), Encyclopedias Hardcover Antiquarian & Collectible Books, United States 17 Cent Denomination Stamps, 5 Cent Circus Used United States Stamps, AU 53 Graded Braided Hair US Half Cents (), XF 40 Graded Braided Hair US Half Cents ( Attribution guide for United States large cents, by J.

Grellman, unknown edition, /Attribution_guide_for_United_States_large_cents_ The coin prices and values for 1C Large Cents. Also showing coins for sale in our database for the Braided Hair Liberty Head type Large Cents ://   The "go-to" book for later-date Large Cents () is the book by John Grellman and Jules Reiver; Mr.

Grellman is still with us and his book is available for $ straight from him. The earlier issues are covered by a two-volume set from William Noyes, and if you can find a set (debatable), it's going to cost you upwards of $?TOPIC_ID=.

“N” numbers remain standard today, though attribution became easier with the J. R. Grellman - Jules Reiver Attribution Guide for United States Large Cents,published in Naked-eye or “Red Book” varieties of general interest include large and small dates of andand multiple obverse/reverse combinations for Large Cent Values.

The Large Cent is arguably the most popular type of US Coin for collectors to get their hands on. Being that these were some of the first coins to have ever been the official coinage of the United States, each and every piece is a piece of US history.

For collectors, even Large Cents in awful condition are a ://  "The Die Varieties of United States Large Cents " by John R. Grellman, Jr. () (note the slight date difference) I think Breen's work deserves mention for the earlier dates -- it is a + page reference with very good B&W photos that covers to