3 edition of Medals of the United States Mint found in the catalog.
Medals of the United States Mint
Kenneth M. Failor
by For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in [Washington
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 304.
|Statement||by Kenneth M. Failor and Eleonora Hayden.|
|Contributions||Hayden, Eleonora, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||CJ5805 .F3 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 312 p.|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||73601262|
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Medals of the United States Mint: The First Century, [Julian, R. W] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Medals of the United States Mint: The First Century, Medals of the United States Mint requires large format pages to illuminate the first century of the Mint’s medallic output, and is supplemented by Rich Hartzog’s Price Guides for the medals, which were published in and Though Hartzog’s prices are obviously outdated, Julian’s medallic masterpiece is timeless; buy it from UNITED STATES MINT MEDALS OF THE PRESIDENTS 43 BRONZE COIN COMPLETE BOOK SET.
$ $ Free shipping. This auction is for United States Mint MEDALS OF THE PRESIDENTS book with 39 coins. The JFK coin is missing but has all of the other presidents through Reagan.
See pictures for everything you will receive in this great :// Medals of the United States Mint, by Kenneth M. Failor and Eleonora Hayden, THE FRANKLIN MINT. HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. Complete Set Includes. Large Solid Bronze Medals. 10 Display Boards and Wooden Dispaly Case.
Box Set of Information Pamphlets. Hardcover Book Titled "The Franklin Mint History Of The United States" TOTAL WEIGHT: Approximately 35 pounds.
Each Medal is protected by a plastic case (removable) Nice find. Book is completely filled up to Ronald Reagan. All the U.S. presidents, plus a medal of The White House. Medals depict the President on the front, and some have specific details on the back.
40 medals, plus the ://n/ //Medals-of-the-Presidents-by-United-States-Mint. Today, in Marchmedals are hot tickets in the wide world of numismatics. Recently, Stack’s Bowers Galleries sold the John W.
Adams Collection of Early Medals for over $1 million, setting records left and right. Apropos of this, I reprint the introduction (lightly edited) to my book, Greatest American Medals and :// I have the "United States Mint: Medals Of The Presidents" Book 96% full with all the coins, and the coins are as follows: The White House George Washington - John Adams - Thomas Jefferson - James Madison - James Monroe - John Quincy Adams - Andrew Jackson - Martin Van Buren When legislation permits, bronze duplicates (90% copper, 10% zinc), of congressional Gold Medals, are struck for sale to the public.
"List Medals" are also produced, some as part of a continuing series, such as the Presidents of the United States, Secretaries of the Treasury, Directors of the Mint, and Historic Buildings of the United States The book is "Medals of the United States Mint, The First Century ", which was issued by the Token and Medal paid too much to have it printed, priced it incorrectly and quickly gave up on selling it.
I bought some of the copies issued, and I now believe I will live long enough to see it out of print, having sold virtually the entire ://.