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The Official Blackbook Price Guide To United States Coins 2014 52nd Edition

Author: Thomas E. Hudgeons, Jr.
Publisher: House of Collectibles
ISBN: 0375723498
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For over fifty years, The Official Blackbook Price Guide to United States Coins has been the bestselling sourcebook for collectors. Filled with the most current values and the latest market reports, this updated edition has all the information you need to become a knowledgeable coin collector. Features Include: •Over 18,000 prices •Values for every U.S. coin ever minted •An updated market review that traces current trends in collecting and investing •Hundreds of coin illustrations and a fast-find index for easy identification •Extensive information on buying, selling, and grading coins at auction, online, and through the mail

Celebrating Birch

Author: North House Folk School
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing Company Incorporated
ISBN: 9781565233072
Size: 11.57 MB
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With its graceful silhouette and distinctive white bark, the birch tree has been important to people wherever it has grown. This book covers all aspects of the North's most versatile tree—from its biology and ecology to its different uses, craft applications, and legends. Some of the lore revealed includes birch's role as a Welsh token of love and its mysterious connection with witches' brooms. In addition to learning about how the wood is used in baskets, shoes, and wood coverings, readers can also make more than 15 craft projects from instructions in the book, including folded bark baskets, carved ornaments, and turned wooden bowls.

The Coin Collector S Survival Manual

Author: Scott A. Travers
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
ISBN: 0375723056
Size: 31.67 MB
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An authoritative manual for both novice and experienced collectors explores the latest trends in coin collecting, covering such areas as coin care, grading, investing, and identifying scams and fakes, and includes helpful advice on safeguarding one's collection, buying and selling coins on the Internet, and more than two hundred photographs. Original. 15,000 first printing.

The Tale Of Tom Kitten

Author: Beatrix Potter
Publisher: Seltzer Books via PublishDrive
ISBN: 1455430587
Size: 29.74 MB
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Classic children's picture book, with the 27 original illustrations.According to Wikipedia: "Helen Beatrix Potter (28 July 1866 – 22 December 1943) was an English author, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist best known for her imaginative children’s books featuring animals such as those in The Tale of Peter Rabbit which celebrated the British landscape and country life."

The Mongols In Iran

Author: Judith Kolbas
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136802894
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This book explores the administration of Iran under Mongol rule through taxation and monetary policy. A consistent development is evident only from abundant numismatic material, from the conquest of Samarqand by Chingiz Khan to the reign of the penultimate ruler, Uljaytu. In many cases, the individuals responsible for initiating and conducting the policies can be identified from the histories or remarks of the mint master. The structure of the empire is clearly demarcated by mint production, coin styles and type of metal. This illuminates many controversial historical points such as the meaning and function of an Il-khan and the establishment of the Toluid dynasty under Hulagu. The Mongols broke the crust of an inflexible and archaic Islamic monetary tradition that had hampered economic development by encouraging extensive trade and the sciences (especially astronomy and higher mathematics) through determined and always pragmatic programmes.

Redistricting And The Politics Of Reform

Author: Donald Scarinci
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780983161202
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Nothing is more blatantly political than the way legislative leaders gerrymander districts every ten years to protect their friends, punish their enemies and keep their party in control. Republicans are euphoric that their November 2010 takeover of state governments will give them the opportunity to redraw district lines in a way that will make it difficult for Democrats over the next decade to regain control of the U.S. House of Representatives and the state legislatures they lost .It doesn't have to be that way. Fifteen states entrust redistricting to bipartisan or independent commissions, including California, where voters expanded the power of their new tripartite panel after a referendum pitted Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.But even the best-intentioned reforms can get snarled in politics:In the name of competition, Iowa's panel drew lines that knocked 67 incumbents out of their districts, but most of the incumbents moved and won anyway. A Republican who put region ahead of party became known as "the most hated man in Idaho." And Illinois bosses would rather have a 50-50 chance to gerrymander than a bipartisan compromise , so they draw "the winning gerrymander" out of Lincoln's stovepipe hat. Honest.Reform commissions can produce surprising results, however. New Jersey succeeded in unpacking thousands of minority voters from urban districts by arguing that minority candidates could win in the suburbs. Montana created legislative districts that finally gave the Sioux and Crow representation. And Connecticut created a perfectly competitive district for a Democratic and a Republican incumbent after the state lost a seat in the 2001 Census. This book examines the experience of the 15 bipartisan or independent redistricting commissions that drew maps in the 2001 cycle, examines the six mixed-model backup commissions with partisan majorities, and looks ahead at California's new tripartite reform commission.