Recently Published Books: Cherrypickers’ Guide to Rare Die Varieties of United States Coins, Sixth Edition, Volume 2

by CDN Publishing

Published on October 12, 2021

Cherrypickers’ Guide to Rare Die Varieties of United States Coins, Sixth Edition, Volume 2 by Fivaz and Stanton
Cherrypickers’ Guide to Rare Die Varieties of United States Coins, Sixth Edition, Volume 2 by Fivaz and Stanton


This volume includes many of the most popular U.S. coin types, including Mercury and Roosevelt dimes, Washington quarters, Liberty Walking half dollars, Franklin and Kennedy half dollars, Morgan and Peace silver dollars, and modern dollar coins.


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Cherrypickers’ Guide to Rare Die Varieties of United States Coins, Sixth Edition, Volume 2 by Bill Fivaz and J.T. Stanton; forewords by Kenneth Bressett and Q. David Bowers; edited by Larry Briggs.

The sixth edition, volume II, is slated to include more than 800 die varieties, including many new additions. It will cover Capped Bust coinage from half dimes through half dollars; Liberty Seated coinage; Barber silver coins; and every modern series from the early 1900s to date, plus gold dollars through $20 gold coins, classic commemoratives, modern bullion pieces, and coins minted for the Philippines under U.S. sovereignty.

“Many coin series are being expanded, and the new book will include some entirely new sections,” said Tucker. “This volume includes many of the most popular U.S. coin types, including Mercury and Roosevelt dimes, Washington quarters, Liberty Walking half dollars, Franklin and Kennedy half dollars, Morgan and Peace silver dollars, and modern dollar coins.”



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