Author David Lange forwarded the following release about his new value guide. -EditorAn entirely updated, seven-page Value Guide for 2009 has been prepared by David W. Lange, author of Coin Collecting Boards of the 1930s & 1940s. This guide lists values for all known coin boards across four grades, and it is accompanied by Lange's commentary on the overall market and analyses of each publisher's boards.
In addition, David W. Lange has prepared a list of Errata & Addenda for his 2007 book. Also now available are his latest price list of antique Coin Boards for Sale #107 and his newsletter Coin Board News #7.
All of these publications will be sent to anyone requesting them by email or by sending a self-addressed envelope to his post office box address with 59 cents postage affixed. Collectors and dealers are invited to view his website featuring a gallery of antique coin boards, as well as information about Lange's sales of coin boards and his various numismatic books.
David W. Lange
Lakewood Ranch, FL 34211-0022
For more information, see: www.coincollectingboards.net
Dave also added the following notes on an earlier E-Sylum items. -EditorI thought quite interesting that "The Bank of England said it would exchange the notes for new ones if Hill could piece the money back together again.", since our Treasury Department still maintains a staff of experts who do this for anyone returning mutilated currency.
Also, not mentioned in the story about Peter Funt's column regarding retention of the "penny" was that Peter is the son of Allen Funt of Candid Camera fame. When that show was revived a few years ago with Peter and Dena Eastwood (Clint's wife) as co-hosts, the new episodes were shot in and around Monterey.
Wayne Homren, Editor
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