Give the gift of a hobby with this Collector's Starter Kit for Children which includes a children's collection album, a beginner's guide to coins, and the 2014 Official Red Book of U.S. Coins, a guide book of United States coins!
The young coin collector starter kit will help form a solid basis for collecting by providing an understanding of coin grading, coin values and terms used by collectors. The included coin album is full of fun facts and will inspire anybody to get out there and start collecting coins!
Coin Collecting For Kids, ISBN 9781587766247
This collector's book & coin album introduces children to the fascinating and valuable hobby of collecting coins. Coin slots on every page take you on a tour of the Mint, whisk you through the twentieth century and challenge you to find old & new coins. Special acid-free paper will keep the coins safe for years. Explore the world of early money and learn about U.S. history, then join the craze to collect the 50 State Quarters, the entire Westward Journey Nickel Series, and all the new Presidential $1 Coins.
Includes slots to collect more than 150 coins!
Century Type Set (including bicentennials)
Lincoln Cents 1970-2010
Westward Journey Nickel Series
Presidential Dollars 2007-2017
Statehood Quarters 1999-2008
2009 Lincoln Bicentennial Cents
Coin Collecting, A Beginner's Guide to the World of Coins, ISBN 0307480089
An up to date, comprehensive guide that explains everything a new collector needs to know.
Kenneth Bresset, editor of The Official Red Book of U.S. Coins and former president of the American Numismatic Association, has written a clear, detailed guide that gives an insider's view of the fascinating world of coin collecting.
How to get started in the hobby.
Mint marks, varieties, and what makes coins valuable.
How to care for your collection.
How to grade and price coins.
Where and how to find valuable coins.
How to identify counterfeit and altered coins.
Unusual coins, tokens and medals.
The Official Red Book, a Guide Book of United States Coins 2015, Spiral Bound
Popularly known as the "Red Book" this annual reference has been consulted by coin collectors everywhere since 1946 for typical retail prices for government minted coins and many private issues used in the United States from the colonial era until the present. Coin values in up to 9 grades are compiled from data supplied by more than 100 contributors, providing the most extensively researched data available. The wealth of information on regular U.S. coinage, colonials and territorial issues (including identification tips, sizes, weights, compositions, mintage numbers, the history of U.S. coins and more) makes the Red Book an invaluable resource for collectors of U.S. coins. It includes actual size photographs of all types and magnified photos of many varieties.
What is this coin?
Identify your coins quickly and easily. Features full-color, actual-size and enlarged photos, with historical details about each piece.
How rare are my coins?
The Red Book shows mintage figures for all federal coins, from the ultra rare to the everyday. You might have a real rarity in your pocket change!
How much is my coin worth?
Find out inside, the Red Book has clear, easy to follow grading information for each series, and prices in up to 9 grades per coin.