I’m looking for a qualified editor to edit my new book, The Dollar of 1804 – The U.S. Mint’s Hidden Secret. I have a mid-January deadline for the editing work to be completed, for a release in April at the Central States Numismatic Society convention. The book is a creative non-fiction work covering the true story of the Dexter 1804 Dollar, revealing major discoveries about this famous rarity and other 1804 Dollars – information not discovered by other researchers and authors.
Confidentiality about these discoveries is required until the book’s release. Remuneration is negotiable. I’m also looking for illustrations pertinent to this story, such as anything relevant surrounding Adolph Weyl and photos that might exist regarding the May 14-15, 1885 Chapman sale at the sale room of Stan. V. Henkels & Co. – Auctioneers, 1117 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or the Henkels building or anything else interesting regarding the “Dexter Dollar” story. I can be reached at 920-233-6777 or
mark@MFrarecoins.com. Thank you.
Sounds like a fun challenge. Who's game?