Blue Book vs. Greysheet

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by HULLCOINS, Jun 19, 2010.

  1. HULLCOINS

    HULLCOINS Junior Member

    Do you all find any correlation between blue book prices and greysheet? If so please share...
     
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  3. Tom B

    Tom B TomB Everywhere Else

    The Blue Book? I don't know that this has been used for some decades.
     
  4. Hobo

    Hobo Squirrel Hater

    About the same correlation you'll find between the Farmer's Almanac (published several months in advance) and your local "Accu Weather" forecast.

    Ken Bressett would be disappointed to hear that. Like the Red Book, the Blue Book is published every year.

    The Official Blue Book Handbook of United States Coins 2010 (Handbook of United States Coins
     
  5. kanga

    kanga 65 Year Collector Supporter

    I strongly recommend that you don't use the Red Book nor Blue Book for valuing coin.
    The Red Book is great starting point for background and history (don't know about the Blue Book).
    But as for value of coins they are only good for relative worth, i.e., Coin X is worth twice as much as Coin Y.
     
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