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BOOK QUERY: DAUER BOOKS ON AMERICAN AND AUSTRALIAN CURRENCYHoward A. Daniel III writes:
This book seems to be something new to me. Have you had it in The E-Sylum? There is also another book with a similar title about Australia in the same area of this website.
I'm not sure if these titles are new - with an end date of 2001 they were probably published a few years ago. Can anyone fill us in? Are they part of a larger series of books covering the pre-1901 period as well? -Editor
From the web site:
"American History As Seen Through Currency" by Joanne C. Dauer and Edward A. Dauer is a companion volume to "Australian History 1901 to 2001, As Seen Through Banknotes". Over 390 pages in full colour, this impressive work is now on sale at a special price!
For the first time, see from the library of one of America's foremost collectors of U.S. paper currency, some of the rarest bills ever engraved. Learn about the historical events that occurred when these notes were printed, spanning the years 1861 to 1929.
The currency notes are reproduced in full colour from high-resolution digital files. Read the fascinating history behind many of these one-of-a-kind notes, some with a market value in excess of $1,000,000. All three notes pictured on the cover are unique outside government holdings.
About the Australian currency book:
The history of the evolution of Australian currency notes since Federation is a fascinating one. With the foreword written by by Ian Macfarlane, Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia from 1996-2006, this volume brings an international perspective and significant new information to the History of Australian Currency. The official note issue begins with the superscribed series printed by the Government before World War I, and ends with today's polymer notes.
This limited edition leather-bound book with slipcase has previously unpublished banknote images and information sourced from the Reserve Bank of Australia Archives, leading collectors, dealers, historians, mesuems, and the Dauer Collection.
With the collaboration of the Reserve Bank, this 352 page full-colour tome extensively covers Pre-Federation 1851 to 1900, Federation notes from 1901 to 2001, military issues of both World Wars and Vietnam, and 20th century shinplasters.
Wayne Homren, Editor
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