In the latest issue of the online Whitman Review, Arthur Friedberg reviews the upcoming book by Robert Azpiazu, Collector’s Guide to Modern Federal Reserve Notes, Series 1963–2009
Numismatic researcher and paper-money dealer Robert Azpiazu offers the definitive guide to modern Federal Reserve Notes of the $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 denominations. Drawing on his own expertise, as well as assistance from a distinguished panel of hobby leaders, Azpiazu presents a detailed and reader-friendly study and checklist for FRN collectors.
Whether you’re an experienced collector or completely new to this popular segment of the U.S. paper-money market, the Collector’s Guide to Modern Federal Reserve Notes gives you the guidance and tools to build an advanced collection—with many notes to be found in circulation, at face value!
How to collect by denomination, date series, and Federal Reserve District
Full coverage of star replacement notes
Detailed listings of low and high serial numbers for each block, at each facility, for $1 through $100
Market values in Choice Crisp Uncirculated condition
Series Summaries with commentary on scarce notes, and other valuable tips
The Collector’s Guide will debut in November 2010.
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NEW BOOK: MODERN FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES, 1963–2009
Wayne Homren, Editor
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