Unusual World Coins, 6th edition, e-book



Pages: 746, e-book, PDF format, downloadable file

From the creative minds across the globe, a collection of fantasy coinage has emerged, previously undocumented in any comprehensive reference work. "Unusual Coins" encompasses thousands of coin issues born from the surge in non-circulating legal tender, residing in a realm distinct from conventional coinage. Within these pages, you'll encounter the very coins utilized by the denizens of Middle Earth in J.R.R. Tolkien's epic "The Lord of the Rings." These coins are tangible creations, meticulously crafted by Tom Maringer of Scottsdale, Arkansas, drawing inspiration from the coins referenced in the trilogy.

"Unusual World Coins" presents:

An expanded page count to accommodate a staggering collection of over 7,000 vivid coin images.
Crisp and clear depictions of these extraordinary coins.
Detailed and informative descriptions accompanying each coin.
A comprehensive compilation of over 12,000 accurate market values.
About the authors:

George Cuhaj is a seasoned and accomplished numismatist and researcher. As an ardent collector deeply passionate about this hobby, he maintains close connections with leading figures in the field. George has served as the president of the American Medallic Sculpture Association and frequently imparts his knowledge as an instructor at the American Numismatic Association's Summer Seminars. He also takes on the role of editor for "The Standard Catalog of World Paper Money" series.

Thomas Michael holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and a Master of Arts degree in economics. With over two decades of experience in researching and reporting on world coin prices and market trends, his expertise is invaluable to the numismatic community.