A Guide Book of United States Paper Money, sixth edition, includes an engaging history of the paper currency of the United States. Every federal note—from the ultra rare Demand Notes of 1861 to the lunch money in our wallets today—is described and cataloged in detail. Fascinating narrative captures the romance and history of American paper money, and also explores recent developments in the hobby and market, including the newest $100 bill and proposed redesigns of our currency with the portraits of famous American women.
The book combines the hobby-standard Friedberg numbering system with retail values and hundreds of high-resolution, full-color photos. With updated and revised content, the sixth edition joins the critically acclaimed first through fifth editions, which have solidly established this book’s reputation as a popular and best-selling hobby reference.
Features include: More than 20,000 market values; quantities printed; all federal series, plus Fractional Currency, War of 1812 notes, encased postage stamps, error notes, uncut sheets, and more.
416 pages, full color, softcover. By Arthur L. and Ira S. Friedberg, with an introduction by David L. Ganz.