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The book begins with an overview of paper money production and a discussion of error collecting.

The next section deals with first and second printing errors such as board breaks, double denominations, inverted backs, and missing and offset printings. (802) 878-0822 • Fax (802) 536-4787E-mail: [email protected]: A. Friedberg Tags: United States You do not have to be a collector of Isle of Man notes to recognise the contribution this book makes to our understanding of the notes issued on this small island in the Irish Sea, part of the British Isles geographically but not part of the United Kingdom politically.

It may also be ordered direct from the publisher, Coin & Currency Institute, P. Many new discoveries have been listed and many new images of these rare pieces are included.

The authors have trawled not only institutional collections on the Island and elsewhere but also gained access to the leading private collections.

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New edition of comprehensive catalog and price guide makes first appearance since 2008 After a lapse of seven years, a new, fourth edition of United States Paper Money Errors, Fred Bart's ground-breaking book is now available.

The 4th edition is more than just an update to the third recent – Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) errors have been added, nearly all the illustrations have been changed, there is a rarity guide for each note, which additionally are now priced in four grades (EF, AU, Choice CU and Gem CU), and for the first time, there is a section showing some notes in color.

This has always been an enormously popular book, not only among established collectors, but also with newcomers seeking to learn more about their "find." There is no other book like it on the market.

The print version of the book, ISBN 978-0-87184-250-3, has a list price of .95 and is available from dealers and wherever numismatic books are sold. .75 should be added to each order for shipping and handling. The first section of the catalogue proper covers the many early 19th century card money issues which were abolished in 1817.The ensuing chapter covers firstly the various private banks licensed to issue notes under the 1817 Act.Once again many previously unknown notes have been found and illustrated.Proofs and essays are also listed and where possible illustrated.The complex history of Dumbell’s Bank comes next, again with illustrations of a number of very rare notes and a fully detailed listing of the bank’s issues.

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