Author Bill Bugert forwarded this press release for his latest book,
A Register of Liberty Seated Half Dollar Die Varieties, Volume IV. Congratulations!
A Register of Liberty Seated Half Dollar Die Varieties, Volume IV, New Orleans Branch Mint, 1853-O WA to 1861-O.
During the past four years, Bill Bugert is documenting and publishing information on all the known die marriages of Liberty Seated half dollars. This book, the fourth in a series with more to follow, documents the later date Liberty Seated New Orleans half dollars and completes the die marriages of the mint marked Liberty Seated halves, to date which total almost 800. This Volume IV has the die diagnostics with close up and oversized images of the 208 known die marriages for the dates 1853-O with arrows and rays to 1861-O. Special emphasis is placed on the very popular 1861-O half dollars with definitive information to distinguish halves coined by the three minting authorities in 1861: the U.S., the State of Louisiana, and the Confederate States of America.
This new reference contains 508 pages (8.5” x 11”) with same format and heavy glossy paper as my last volumes, includes almost 2,000 photos (mostly close-up or oversized), is a massive 5.3 pounds, and includes detailed die diagnostic descriptions and photographs, rarity ratings, and more. Noted numismatists Randy Wiley provided detailed edits and information.
Price: $80 postpaid to U.S. addresses
Available in two formats: spiral bound and 3-hole punched (ready for your notebook).
Please specify your choice.
Order directly from the author at:
1230 Red Rock Road
Gettysburg, PA 17325-6927
Wayne Homren, Editor
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