Discussion in 'Frequently Asked Questions' started by National dealer, May 29, 2004.
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Along with your own library of numismatic publications. Its always a good idea to invest in some good books on the subject.
A Guide book of United States Coins (Red Book)
Cherrypickers Guide to Rare Die Varieties of U.S. Coins
ANA Grading Standards for U.S. Coins or
Photograde, whichever you prefer, or both
Krause Standard Catalog of World Coins or
Any book that focuses on your area of interest. These are just a few of the books that I personally own that I believe are essential.
He was quite an asset to this forum, IMHO.
www.coinforum.org a few weeks back.He sent me a PM telling me that he was on www.coincommunity.com for a while & left once he found that it wasn't to his liking.
I ended up here because I was doing a google search trying to find out if there are any college programs that offer any type of numismatic education or courses. As of yet, I can't find any.
Taylor, you do realize that this thread was started more than 7 years ago and the last post by Spock was almost 3 years ago, don't you?
If you're going to open an old thread, you will have to yell very loud!
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