Gold Coins of the Dahlonega Mint 1838-1861

Due to heavy demand, Doug Winter's "Gold Coins of the Dahlonega Mint 1838-1861" was released in a completely revised second edition in 2003. This new book contains all new information on rarity and Condition Census, superb new photographs by Mary Winter of coins from the Green Pond collection, new research on Dahlonega varieties and auction records that are current through 2003. The first edition of this book, now sold out, had become out-of-date and the new, revised second edition will provide collectors of Dahlonega coins with the newest information on these fascinating, highly collectible coins.

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Gold Coins of the Charlotte Mint: 1838-1861

Gold Coins of the Charlotte Mint: 1838-1861

The first edition of "Gold Coins of the Charlotte Mint, 1838-1861" was printed in 1987 while the second edition was released in 1997. In 2008, Doug Winter produced the third edition of his groundbreaking work on Charlotte gold coins. The most recent version is notable for its extensive use of color photographs, totally revised information on rarity and Condition Census, new listings of finest known and significant pieces and advice on how to collect these fascinating coins. Of special interest is completely updated die variety listings, including close-up photos that make attribution easy even for the beginner. All collectors of gold coins will welcome the addition of this superb new reference into their libraries.

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Gold Coins of the New Orleans Mint: 1839-1909

The United States branch mint in New Orleans produced gold coins from 1839 through 1909. Today, New Orleans Mint coinage is regarded as among the most rare and desirable of United States gold issues. Written by Doug Winter, the preeminent expert on 19th century branch mint issues, "Gold Coins of the New Orleans Mint" is the professional numismatist's standard reference on New Orleans gold. With this fully updated second edition, the information experts rely on is now available to collectors of United States gold, along with the essential insight necessary to buy and sell with confidence.

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The United States $3 Gold Pieces 1854-1889

The Three Dollar gold piece is one of the most enigmatic yet collectible United States gold coins. Little has ever been published about this series and most collectors are not aware of the history behind this denomination and how it relates to American history of this era as well. Doug Winter and David Bowers’ “The United States $3 Gold Pieces, 1854-1889” is the first comprehensive guide to collecting Three Dollar gold pieces. Published in 2005, this exciting 176 page guide is superbly illustrated and it has quickly become the standard reference for Three Dollar gold. The combination of Bowers’ ability to relate the history of the denomination and of an American society in transition along with Winter’s unparalleled knowledge of the Three Dollar series has created a book that has become an integral part of the library of all series collectors of United States gold coinage.

Available for sale. Please contact Doug Winter at dwn@ont.com

An Insider’s Guide to Collecting Type One Double Eagles

Struck from 1850 to 1866, the Type One double eagles from Philadelphia, New Orleans and San Francisco form one of the most popular and collectable groups of United States gold coins. For the first time specialists have a comprehensive guide to this series. Each issue is described in detail with an analysis of strike, surfaces, luster, color and eye appeal as well as a list of major varieties and an estimate of rarity. There are chapters that deal with how to collect these coins and rarity charts that allow the collector to compare each issue’s rarity in all grades. Finally, a superb essay by Bob Evans describes the double eagles from the famous S.S. Central America treasure. This lavishly illustrated book is certain to be an important reference for gold coin collectors.

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A Collector's Guide To Indian Head Quarter Eagles

Due to the affordability and beauty, the Indian Head quarter eagles are one of the most popular 20th century gold coin issues. With this guide, the new or advanced collector will be better able to make sound buying decisions. Each of the fifteen issues is discussed in regard to its strike, luster, color, surfaces and eye appeal. In addition, the authors present rarity estimates, Condition Census information and current price levels. There are also chapters that discuss Proof issues, how to collect Indian Head quarter eagles, give a brief history of the design and provide a list of important terms.

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Gold Coins of the Carson City Mint: 1870 - 1893

This 200+ page work is certain to become a classic. All fifty-seven Carson City gold coins are analyzed as to their strike, surfaces, luster, coloration and eye appeal. In addition, there is extensive research on die varieties and Condition Census information. There are also chapters on how to grade and collect Carson City gold, a glossary, a bibliography and rarity rankings. Even if you don’t collect these coins, you’ll want to own a copy of this interesting book.

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The Acadiana Collection of New Orleans Coinage

Every single gold coin from New Orleans (as well as some important varieties) is illustrated and described in detail in regards to its typical strike, surface preservation, type of luster, coloration and level of eye appeal one can expect. There are charts which rate each denomination by overall comparative rarity, as well as date-by-date breakdowns of each issue's overall rarity and in-grade rarity.

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