Coins and history go together like shoes and socks with dates
and details adding color and texture.
each day of the year, with an historical anecdote relating to
the specific coin and date.
Take a look at our book trailer:
The first example from February 27 shows an
obverse view of the "fish scale" otherwise known
as the Three Cent Silver Trime Coin:
Next, on September 17, the Burnside Bridge
is on the reverse of the Battle of Antietam
commemorative silver half dollar coin:
On May 17, a more modern coin, the Thomas
Alva Edison Silver Commemorative Dollar,
shows his invention of the incandescent light bulb
on the reverse:
These pages give a sneak peak into the book's content.
The other 363 pages provide unique images and
historical anecdotes for over 200 distinctly different
coins using obverse (heads) and reverse (tails) images.
The US Mint through the years has produced a wide
variety of coins with each providing an interesting and
intriguing design on both the obverse and reverse of the
bit of history to add more fascination to the already
attractive small and round collectible coins.
Don't worry if you don't have a Kindle device. Amazon provides free Kindle Readers for a variety of hardware including
tablets, computers and smart phones.
As a teaser, here are a few pages.
These are screen captures to show the actual page from a Kindle Reader, PC platform.