“What is it worth? — How much can I get for it?”
How many times have those questions been asked? If you have Canadian coins, tokens or paper money, maybe United States coins too, you no longer need to ask. The 2011 Charlton Coin Guide, 51st edition answers all these questions, simply and quickly.
Coins, paper money and tokens always have a value, sometimes for their intrinsic worth, at times for their face value, and most interestingly, their numismatic value. The 2012 Charlton Coin Guide, 51st edition is the guide that will tell you for which of these values your item, or items may be bought. There are coins worth thousands of dollars, therefore great importance must be placed upon their identification. Let the Charlton Coin Guide assist you.
Not only are the buying prices for coins of Canada and Newfoundland listed, but also for Canadian paper money from 1866 up to and including the Bird Series of 1986. Over 100 years of bank note prices. Canadian colonial tokens, war medals and decorations, United States coinage, and common gold coins of the world are also listed. Each category will have dealers’ buying prices listed along with illustrations for ease of identification. Also included are charts on the content and fineness of gold, silver, platinum, and palladium coins of Canada.
The 2012 Charlton Coin Guide has 200 pages listing prices which dealers are willing to pay for Canadian and United States coins. Also, the 2012 Coin Guide contains updated information on all Royal Canadian Mint issues for the last 60 years, from the proof-like sets of the early 1950s, to the silver dollar issued to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Canadian Navy. It is all covered in this revised edition.
The 2011 Charlton Coin Guide is available from the publisher, bookstores, on-line bookstores and coin stores across Canada.