Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Indianhead65, Jul 26, 2020.
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From Mine to Mint and Robert R. Van Ryzin's Crime of 1873: The Comstock Connection. ~ Chris
Everything since 1964 I'm not particularly knowledgeable about so I have to check the facts so I don't put my foot in my mouth.
I am like @kanga ..... I have accumulated a number of numismatic resource books. But my Redbook is always close at hand.
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I'm reading From Mine to Mint but it's awfully dense, academic, and scholarly for me! I think I need a cartoon version of how coins are made, LOL!
How does Making the Grade compare to the ANA Grading Guide, if you are familiar with that one? I have the latter. Any reason to also have the former?
Roger is very detail-oriented, and it helps him because he lives just outside of Washington, D.C. with access to the National Archives.
On the other hand, Van Ryzin's "The Crime of 1873" is a very "slow" read because it is loaded with ton's of footnotes. ~ Chris
"Coins" and "Coin World" are my favorite magazines....if you consider Coin World a magazine
How about Coin World magazine?
I'm looking to subscribe to a coin mag, besides the NN which I have already.
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