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Every coin minted since , from half cents to gold double eagles to commemoratives is studied in pages of easy-to-follow text and photographs.
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The fundamental positive is that this book just might save you several hundred dollars or more! The ANA's standards clearly are stated, and anyone determined to enter the rare-coin market absolutely needs to learn them. Photos of the different coins, their grades, and where one should look for wear do help; but, dozens of pages telling me that MS70 is a perfect coin with no wear or marks, and that MS69 is slightly impaired and MS67 slightly more so really does not explain critical nuances of grading.
I would have preferred to see more information re what to expect in the real world of real coins -- what exactly IS the difference between a Philadelphia half eagle that is worn to VF and a Dahlonega half eagle that looks about the same but properly grades AU.
Perhaps this is asking too much from a general book; however, this would have been more helpful than endless repetition of the ANA standards mindlessly applied to each type of U. The Commemorative section also is wanting -- principal commemoratives are listed with a description of where wear typically first appears; however, there are no photos, so the information is not much more than one might find in a Red Book. Finally, there is no mention of Territorial private gold, and since I recently came across an Augustus Humboldt eagle, it would have been nice to know what to look for especially since a private mint well might suffer from the kinds of deficiencies which can lead to weak strikes vis-a-vis worn features.
Bottom line here is that one needs to know how, himself, to grade coins, and this book definitely is a step in the right direction, especially for novice collectors and coin "investors" who become the principal marks for overgraded offerings. Those people NEED to buy this book! If, however, you are more specialized and are looking for detailed information beyond application of ANA standards to regular issues, then you probably need to look elsewhere.
I ordered this book and also Grading Coins By Photographs at the same time. They are both published by Whitman and many coin photographs are shared in both books. Unfortunately, like other reviewers, I find the binding on this book unacceptable. It has a very stiff over--size wire binding and 3 of the tabs on the 1st page were broken on a brand-new book. I also spent 30 minutes going through the entire book separating the individual pages that were stuck together. In contrast, the other grading book has similar photographs, but no problems with the correct-sized binding.
It doesn't - just the major ones, but it covers a wide variety of coins. But for me personally, the online going grading sites provided better, higher resolution color images and THEY included every grade. Now I have the book to use for Now I have a book that not only gives a description of what the appearance should be for each condition, but it also has photos for visual reference to make grading very easy.
Now I have the book to use for reference when someone questions my grading on a coin that they are interested in, that way they know I haven't graded the coin higher than it should be and therefore I am not trying to overcharge them for that coin.
One person found this helpful. This coin grading book goes a long way in helping the novice coin collector in learning how to best grade coins for him or herself. Won't make you a Pro, but a great help. Good price for this book too. A nice reference to replace my outdated version from the 70's. As other reviewers have stated, the binding leaves a lot to be desired, otherwise it would have been 5 stars.