In today's issue of the JR Newsletter, an email publication of the John Reich Collectors Society,
Barry Sunshine announced a new book on Bust dime varieties. Great news!
Winston Zack, Louis Scuderi, Michael Sherrill, and many other bust dime enthusiasts are very pleased to announce a new bust dime book that will be available at ANA. After nearly two years in the works and with contributions by many of the leading experts on bust dimes, the authors have created "Bust Dime Variety Identification Guide."
The book will assist collectors and dealers in attribution of all bust dimes through easy-to-follow explanations and color pictures. The book offers much more, too. Readers will appreciate the summary information for each year of mintage, discussion of number of estimated known examples, explanation of die marriages of known Proofs, and updated rarity ratings by die marriage. There are color pictures for each die marriage and a lot more information. This will be a must-own book for all bust dime collectors, cherry pickers, dealers in bust coinage, and anyone else that wants to learn more about bust dimes.
The book is at the printer right now and will be available at the Wednesday, August 12th JRCS meeting at the ANA show. If you can’t make the meeting, the book will also be available for $49 per copy at two tables on the bourse floor: David Wnuck Numismatics (table #920) and David Kahn Rare Coins (table #724). After the show, books will be available from Rich Uhrich Rare Coins, Americana Rare Coins, David Wnuck Numismatics, and David Kahn Rare Coins.
Here's some more information form the book's sale flyer.
This guide provides very detailed descriptions of all Bust Dimes from 1792 to 1837 including exceptional color photographs for all die marriages to assist in attributing any Bust Dime quickly and easily.
Detailed Year-By-Year descriptions for each date
New Information on Die Marriages, Die States, Condition Census, Proofs, etc.
High Res Close-Ups of primary Pick-Up-Points for each Die Marriage
Vibrant Full Coin Photos of each known Die Marriage
User-Friendly, Portable, Dealer ready 5” x 8” spiral bound (lay-flat)
Foreword by John McCloskey, An Appreciation by Q. David Bowers
And Much More!
To read the complete flyer, see:
Wayne Homren, Editor
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