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Neatly-packed-Assorted-Wrappers-Quarters-Nickels
400 Neatly-packed Assorted Flat Coin Roll Wrappers, 100 of each (Quarters, Dimes, Nickels, Pennies), ABA Striped Kraft Paper Coin Roll Wrappers
publisher: J Mark
ASIN: B07BZDQ9C7
sales rank: 573
price: $8.95 (new)
Description
J Mark Coin Roll Wrappers are designed for the best user experience in mind.

Say goodbye to the days of unglued, defective wrappers, and say hello to superior convenience and quality. Proudly manufactured in the USA, J Mark Flat Coin Wrappers are made from natural, durable, 60# brown Kraft paper, and held together securely by our state-of-the-art weld-seam glue manufacturing. This technique ensures the perfect fit, and added strength of wrappers. All coin roll wrappers are clearly color-coded with standard ABA (American Banking Association) stripe and denomination markings, and resistant to fading.

This assorted set of 400 Flat Coin Wrappers comes with 100 Penny Coin Roll Wrappers, 100 Quarter Coin Roll Wrappers, 100 Nickel Coin Roll Wrappers, and 100 Dime Coin Roll Wrappers.

Convenient storage! For your convenience, each denomination of flat coin wrappers comes stored in a recloseable ziplock bag to reduce clutter.

Paper-United-States-Arthur-Friedberg
Paper Money of the United States
by: Arthur L. Friedberg
publisher: Coin & Currency Institute, published: 2017-10-23
ASIN: 0871845210
sales rank: 141613
price: $38.50 (new), $56.12 (used)
Description
The standard reference on American currency, internationally acknowledged as the most comprehensive and universally recognized guide on the subject, illustrating and valuating all types of United States paper money. The fronts and backs of all classes and types of currency, from 3 cents to 10,000 dollars are illustrated in color, with text listing, describing and giving market values in up to seven states of preservation for every variety of paper money ever issued. Also contains sections on Colonial and Continental currency and a listing by type of the issues of the Confederate States of America (1861-1864). Also chapters on error notes, encased postage stamps and postage envelopes. Paper Money of the United States has been an invaluable asset to currency collectors and numismatists since its first edition in 1953. It also possesses an appeal and value of its own, not just to lovers of Americana and of the fine art of engraving, but to students of American history, finance and economics. Banks in America and throughout the world will find this book especially useful in that it makes possible the immediate identification of all obsolete but still legal tender paper money, while simultaneously giving a market valuation. It is a book which belongs in every library, public and private.

Coca-Cola-Bottle-Saving-Storing-Children
Coca-Cola Coke Bottle Bank for Saving and Storing Coins and Paper Money for Adults or Children Small 12 Inch Coin Bank
publisher: Coca-Cola
ASIN: B00DH06Q2Q
sales rank: 28527
price: $5.47 (new)
Description
This officially licensed Coca-Cola contour bottle bank is a thoughtful present for Coke fans of all ages. Made of transparent plastic with a light green tint, it measures 12 inches tall, and 3 1/2 inches in diameter. It has a bottle cap shaped lid that screws on securely to keep your coins safely inside. This coin bank is a wonderful addition to children's rooms to help teach them about saving money. Well suited for Coke Bottle collectors as it will fit well on a desk or shelf or on top of a dresser. Why settle for a Piggy Bank when you can have a Coca Cola Collectors coin bank. Coins NOT included. This bank makes an ideal present for kids birthday parties. It teaches them about saving money any you can even add a few dollars or coins as a starter. No batteries need... unlike the popular coin stealing cat bank and no need to buy gumballs...

Paper-Money-Errors-Anomalies-Identifying
Paper Money Errors and Anomalies: Newbie Guide To Identifying and Finding Paper Money Errors and Anomalies
by: Sam Sommer - MBA
publisher: Independently published, published: 2017-01-20
ASIN: 152042941X
sales rank: 1231568
price: $7.58 (new), $6.95 (used)
Description

Imagine Finding A Dollar Bill Worth Hundreds In Ordinary Pocket Change!

It's easy to do once you know what to look for: Did you know that the serial numbers on bills can make them worth over $100 each because of the way they are arranged? And this is completely random so anyone can hit the jack pot!.

Most of us handle money every day but do not realize that the dollar or five or ten we just got as change may be worth 10 times its face value

Now You Will Learn How To Sort Through Those Bills and Find Money Worth A Bundle

The key to success with paper money is knowing what to look for and it may surprise you. The U.S. Government can't help itself. Every day it prints millions of notes or bills and makes mistakes. With dozens of pictures and over 75 pages in this guide I will train you so you can easily spot them and know what they are worth and how to sell them. And the best part of all this is that you do not need any experience at all. And if you have some experience you may be surprised to see all the types of errors and anomalies that exist you may not know about! Whether you're new to paper money collecting or already collect coins, gold, silver, pennies, Indian Head Pennies, whatever, you need to know about this because when you find out how easy it is to find these valuable errors you will ask yourself why didn't I do this sooner.

UNCIRCULATED-BICENTENNIAL-CONSECUTIVELY-Uncirculated-Uncircualted
1976 F 1976 F SUPER GEM CRISP UNCIRCULATED 1976 BICENTENNIAL ATLANTA $2 BILL! NO ADDITIONAL SHIPPING on CONSECUTIVELY NUMBERED NOTES! $2 Gem Uncirculated … $2 Gem Crisp Uncircualted
ASIN: B07BJMN62J
sales rank: 2223
Description
BICENTENNIAL ATLANTA DISTRICT $2!

$2 Federal Reserve bills used to appear in circulation quite a lot. Not anymore, let alone from the FIRST YEAR of issue (1976) AND from the ATLANTA District in AND Gem Crisp Uncirculated condition!! Just doesn't get any better than this trifecta unless you buy multiples in which case each will be SEQUENTIALLY NUMBERED! (enter quantity desired in the quantity box). No Additional shipping up to $25 total order and after that it will be combined.

This $2 bill is easily distinguished from all others in that a) it is the BICENTENNIAL issue dated 1976 with the Declaration of Independence on back and b) it's from the ATLANTA (F) Federal Reserve District. 1976 was the year that Ted Turner bought the Atlanta Braves!

Grab a handful now while you still can. The smart money is moving into OLD money!

United-States-Complete-Illustrated-Valuations
Paper Money of the United States. A Complete Illustrated Guide with Valuations
by: Arthur L. Friedberg and Ira S. Friedberg
publisher: Coin & Currency Institute, Inc., published: 2010-08-10
ASIN: 0871845199
sales rank: 1283451
price: $103.10 (new), $23.95 (used)
Description
Paper Money of the United States, 19th ed. The Standard Reference Work on Paper Money Now for the first time, with every illustration on every page in full color. This landmark work is the standard reference on American currency. It is internationally acknowledged as the most comprehensive and universally recognized guide on the subject, illustrating and valuating all types of United States paper money. From the first year of Federal paper money, 1861, to the present, the fronts and backs of all classes and types of currency, from 3 cents to 10,000 dollars are illustrated. These are accompanied by text listing, describing and pricing, in up to seven states of preservation, every variety of paper money ever issued. The result is a complete pictorial, descriptive and numismatic history of the currency of the United States. There are sections on Colonial and Continental currency (notes issued from 1680 to 1788), and a complete listing by type of the issues of the Confederate States of America (1861-1864). Both are illustrated and have market values in several conditions. Also included are chapters on error notes, encased postage stamps and postage envelopes. For those who think of America's currency as a constant study in green and black, the rainbow-like diversity shown by the more than 800 color illustrations is a revelation in itself. The book is in may ways a museum catalog of a complete collection of United States currency. Many of the notes are shown in the finest state of preservation possible and some are so extremely rare that they may only be seen either on these pages or in an exhibition. Specimens from two of the world's greatest paper money collections, that of the American Numismatic Association in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and of the National Numismatic Collection at the Smithsonian Institution are highlights of the book. A distinguished panel of acknowledged experts on paper money assisted the authors, enabling them to establish accurate and up-to-the minute valuations for all issues. The publication of Paper Money of the United States introduced innovations never before attempted. Robert Friedberg (1912-1963) was the first to standardize this subject and gave this book a permanent place on reference shelves. For the past thirty years, it has been completely revised and edited by Arthur Friedberg, who is the Honorary President of the International Association of Professional Numismatists, and Ira Friedberg. New information has been added and valuations have been updated, making it possible to establish the value of any note. Paper Money of the United States has been an invaluable asset to currency collectors and numismatists for more than fifty years. It also possesses an appeal and value of its own, not just to lovers of Americana and of the fine art of engraving, but to students of American history, finance and economics. Banks in America and throughout the world will find this book especially useful in that it makes possible the immediate identification of all obsolete but still legal tender paper money, while simultaneously giving a market valuation. It is a book which belongs in every library, public and private.

Currency-Classroom-Realistic-PureBloom-Products
1038 Pieces U.S. Coin & Currency Stickers | For Classroom & Home Use | Extra Strong Adhesive | Realistic Size | 14 Total Sheets | By PureBloom Products
publisher: PureBloom Products
ASIN: B06ZYWZPKF
sales rank: 134271
price: $9.99 (new)
Description

EDUCATIONAL, TACTILE TOOL FOR KIDS, TEACHERS, PARENTS, AND MORE!
These stickers are an interactive way for children to learn money, currency math, and how to make change. Use for reward charts, chore charts, keep track of money earned or money spent. Limitless fun for imaginative play! Makes learning engaging, hands on, and motivates understanding of all aspects of money including saving, spending, budgeting, currency system and more. These durable money stickers are designed by teachers for children of all ages.

EACH PACK INCLUDES: 14 sheets (8.5" x 11") = 12 sheets of coins + 2 sheets of bills
-Pennies: 264 total = 3 sheets = 88/sheet (44 fronts + 44 backs)
-Nickels: 240 total = 3 sheets = 80 per sheet (40 fronts + 40 backs)
-Dimes: 297 total = 3 sheets = 99 per sheet (50 heads + 49 backs)
-Quarters: 189 total = 3 sheets = 63 per sheet (32 heads + 31 backs)
-Bills: 48 total = 2 sheets = 24 $1 Bills, 12 $5 Bills, 6 $10 Bills, 6 $20 Bills.

SOLD ONLY BY PUREBLOOM PRODUCTS
Any other seller attached to this listing is selling a counterfeit product, and you will not receive the stickers you are expecting!


Standard-Catalog-General-Issues-1368-1960
Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, General Issues, 1368-1960
publisher: Krause Publications, published: 2016-12-29
ASIN: 1440247072
sales rank: 117112
price: $42.00 (new), $26.85 (used)
Description
SIX CENTURIES OF WORLD PAPER MONEY

The Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, General Issues, 1368-1960, remains the most comprehensive reference of its kind on the market. With input from nearly 100 worldwide contributors and auction houses, the 16th edition of this extensive catalog again proves to be the best single-source volume for listings, identification and values of nationally circulated bank notes.

Featuring more than 600 years of bank notes from more than 230 countries worldwide, with special highlights for this edition including:
  • 27,500 bank note varieties with values in three grades of preservation
  • More than 12,000 images
  • 1,000 entry Issuer and Bank name Index
  • New images for Bulgaria, Ireland and Portugal
  • Replacement note listings for Philippines
Grand in scope and size, the single most essential reference for dealers and collectors alike, The Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, General Issues, 1368-1960, provides everything needed for proper identification and current evaluation of your world bank notes in today's growing market.

Educational-Insights-Money-Coins-Deluxe
Educational Insights Play Money Coins & Bills Deluxe Set
publisher: Educational Insights
ASIN: B0007U2CSQ
sales rank: 120606
price: $26.99 (new)
Description

Perfect for money math activities or imaginative play. Set includes 100 pennies, 100 nickels, 100 dimes, 100 quarters, 50 half dollars, 100 $1 bills, 50 $5 bills, 50 $10 bills, 50 $20 bills, 25 $50 bills, and 25 $100 bills in a deluxe storage tray. Realistic-looking plastic coins and paper bills (not actual size) that help children learn to recognize difference denominations.


Switzerland-1850-2016-Catalogue-permanent-circulation
Switzerland (1850-2016): Catalogue of permanent circulation coin and paper money types
by: H.G.M. Eggenkamp-Vlaanderen
publisher: Onderzoek & Beleving, published: 2016-07-01
ASIN: 9081605992
sales rank: 4549140
price: $11.00 (new), $11.59 (used)
Description

The period of modern numismatics (since about 1800) is perhaps the most interesting ever. Within this period different types of standards (silver, gold, bimetallic) alternated, and periods of sometimes impressive inflation occurred, resulting in alternate use of metallic (coins) and paper (treasury notes, banknotes) money. In this series of books it is aimed to develop a scientific classification of the different appearances of circulating money (both coins and different types of paper and polymer money) in one system. It focuses purely on permanent circulation money to avoid incorporation of modern commemorative coins that are in many instances hardly seeing any circulation. The currency described in this series is classified according to a newly developed classification scheme, that is based on four levels: i) The nominal value, ii) The first year a new coin or paper money series is issued, iii) The year of a specific issue and iv) variations of specimens within a year. As the catalogues in this book series are type catalogues they focus on the first two levels of this classification only.

This third volume describes the circulation coin and paper money types from Switzerland that was issued between 1850 and 2016. That concerns all normal circulation money that circulated in the country since the moment that the confederation (the country as a whole) took over the responsibility to issue coins from the subdivisions of the country, the cantons. It describes the coins and paper money stricktly in increasing nominal value from the lowest (the rappen coin) to the highest (the 1000 Franken note). During the reporting period the Franken as Swiss denomination was never redominated. The Swiss currency has always been one of the most stable in the world which is reflected by a relativley small number of coin series and a few of the longest running coins series that are known world-wide.

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