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Summer 2019 Literature Auction, Lot: 1. Estimate $200.

Cooper, D. R. The Art and Craft of Coinmaking. A History of Minting Technology. (London; Spink, 1988). 4to. 264 pages; profusely illustrated throughout. Original laminated boards. Near New condition. The only published work to look at the history of coin manufacture, written by the retired Chief Engineer of the Royal Mint. Long out of print and highly sought after. Website shipping rates do not apply.

Current Status

Summer 2019 Literature Auction, Lot: 1.
Closing Date And Time: Jul 24, 2019 at 10:00:20 AM ET.
Current Date And Time: Jul 18, 2019 at 7:27:01 PM ET.
Currently: $190. High Bidder archie. Bidders (3).

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