STELLA COIN NEWS LIBRARY ADDS BUFFALO NICKEL AND WASHINGTON QUARTER TITLES
Kim Ludwig of David Lawrence Rare Coins writes:
We are very excited about our progress with our blog site Stella Coin News and have been very busy uploading the DLRC Press books. We have just posted David Lange's Second Edition Buffalo book and John's Washington Quarter book online with more to come.
We would like to submit this press release to inform your readers of our newest accomplishment with the site. I think your following will find our on-line site very helpful.
Stella Coin News (www.stellacoinnews.com) announced the posting of two more DLRC Press numismatic reference books to their free on-line library. The Complete Guide to Washington Quarters by John Feigenbaum was published in 1994 and The Complete Guide to Buffalo Nickels, Third Edition by David Lange was published in 2006.
Both books offer an in‐depth analysis and die variety study on each series. A major benefit to having these books online is users can comment on all aspects of the book with updated information, and the authors themselves can augment data over time.
According to SCN Editor, John Feigenbaum, "we are extremely proud to offer these important reference works online, free to anyone browsing the Internet. Mr. Lange's books are highly coveted and useful for collectors and it's awesome to see his knowledge shared to all."
Stella Coin News was launched in 2008 as a resource to publish industry news, press releases and research on all manner of numismatic topics. There are currently four reference books available on SCN, including David Lawrence's anecdotal stories titled, Tales from the Bourse and The Complete Guide to Liberty Seated Half Dollars by Randy Wiley and Bill Bugert.
Future plans for Stella include as many as 10 more DLRC Press titles, including Mr. Lange's Complete Guide to Mercury Dimes, Second Edition.
To visit the Stella Coin News site, see: www.stellacoinnews.com
Wayne Homren, Editor
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