David Fanning forwarded this release about his firm's latest fixed price list.
David F. Fanning Numismatic Literature has published the September issue of The Bookshelf, their bimonthly fixed price list of numismatic literature. Highlights include: Chauncey Lee's 1797 "The American Accomptant," the first volume known to use a printed dollar sign and the first to depict a U.S. federal coin; early Mint Reports in folio; a set of Akers on U.S. gold; 1796 and 1813 British parliamentary papers on counterfeit coppers; and Dr. Benjamin Rush's 1796 eulogy of David Rittenhouse. Hard copies have been sent to active customers. It is also available for downloading from the company's Web site at
Wayne Homren, Editor
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