With 64 pages in full color, this book is a sheer delight and belongs on every collector's coffee table.
But these color photos do more than entertain; shown here is one devoted to various factors that go into determining a coin board's grade --- and thus its value. This book is a complete guide in every respect.
Includes both overall views and important details.
Fully understanding and appreciating vintage coin boards requires a lot of photos, both overall views and details. This book has everything you'll need to get a handle on the subject and become your own expert.
Here's a page from the extensive Oberwise catalog.
Learn about the many vendors of coin boards.
One of the really fun features of old coin boards is that many have the names of the vendors who sold them rubber stamped on their backs. See how many names you know!
Included in this book is a three-page gallery of such intriguing stamps illustrated in full color.
Get acquainted with some long forgotten coin dealerships.
Colonial Coin & Stamp Company was New York City's most prominent dealer in coins during the mid-1930s. In addition to publishing its own coin boards, Colonial occupied an office on posh 5th Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.