The Early Paper Money of America, 2023 Edition by Eric P. Newman

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The ultimate reference work of the paper money of early America, including those issued by the Continental Congress and the 13 Colonies.
$145.00

Last published in 2008, the 2023 Edition of The Early Paper Money of America includes newly-discovered information and has been completely reformatted into a legible, aesthetically pleasing work with updated color images.

The pricing has been completely revised to reflect current market levels by pricing editor Patrick Ian Perez, and the pricing is displayed in easy to use charts. Editor Len Augsburger has written an updated Foreword to this essential reference. All paper money collectors and dealers will need to have this book in their library.

EPMOA is an illustrated, historical and descriptive compilation of data relating to American paper currency from its concept in 1686 to the year 1800, supplemented with current collector values encompassing emissions for the geographical area now constituting the United States of America by:

  • THE ENGLISH COLONIES (1690–1776)
  • THE FRENCH COLONIES (1716–1763)
  • THE SPANISH COLONIES (1763–1800)
  • THE UNITED COLONIES (1775–1777)
  • UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (1777–1787)
  • INDIVIDUAL AMERICAN STATES (1776–1788)
  • AMERICAN CITIES AND COUNTIES (1774–1796)
  • PRIVATE AND PUBLIC BANKS OF ISSUE (1686–1800)
  • INDIVIDUALS, BUSINESSES, CHURCHES, etc. (1729–1800)


The 2008 edition has been completely updated to now include:

  • Currency pricing from the Patrick Ian Perez, the CDN pricing editor of Greensheet
  • Full color images of notes from Eric Newman's Private Collection, sold by Heritage Auctions. Images provided courtesy of Heritage Auctions (www.ha.com)

 

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