MOULTON WEB SITE DEBUTS
Coincidentally, there is a new website for American numismatic
literature. It features the online listings of literature dealer Karl
Moulton, who has written several interesting numismatic articles
which can be reviewed on the site: http://www.coincats.com/
Karl specializes in American coin auction catalogues and prices
realized lists from 1859 to date. There is a varied assortment
of other reference materials offered as well.
In response to Bill's question about PRLs, Karl writes:
"As far as I'm aware, there is no problem in copying any prices
realized for an auction of any sort. Since it is merely a reporting
of figures, there is no worry about any creative copyright
I have the largest selection of American prices realized for
numismatic auctions, and have long believed they were an
important, yet overlooked factor in the overall coin market.
The first ever (4 page) printed prices realized list in this
country, printed by Ed Cogan, sold for over a hundred
dollars a page at a George Kolbe sale a few years ago."
Wayne Homren, Editor
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