Coins Certified as of 2/8

DesRochers, Euclide C.Jr., D.M.D. "Morgan Dollar Die Vari-eties." Article in The Numismatist; August 1966.

Deters, Richard T. "How Many Morgan Dollars Are Out There???" Article in COINage Magazine, September 1972.

Discussion of various, theories as to how many coins survive,

--- "The Great Silver Dollar Mystery." COINage Magazine, May 1973.

---"The Missing Morgan Dollars: Here's The Evidence.Decide For Yourself If There Is An 1896 Over 4 Variety." Article in COINage Magazine, October 1976.

---"The Unwanted '21-P Morgan.'" Article in COINage Magazine, January 1974,

Dickeson, Montroville Wilson. The American Numismatical Manual.Philadelphia: J. Bi Lippincott & Co., 1859. (1860 and 1865 editions were slightly retitled as The American Numismatic Manual.)

Dollar Newspaper, The. Published in Philadelphia during the 1840s, 1850s; and 1860s.

DUBOis, William E. Pledges of History: A Brief Account of the Collection of Coins Belonging to the Mint of the United States, More Particularly of the Antique Specimens. Philadelphia: C. Sherman, Printer, (1st Edition) 1846; New York: George P. Putnam, ' 2nd Edition, 1851.

Dye, John S. Dyes Coin Encyclopaedia. Philadelphia: Bradley & Company, 1883.

Eckfeldt, Jacob Reese and William Ewing Dubois. A Manual of Gold and Silver Coins of All Nations, Struck Within the Past Century., Philadelphia: Assay Office of the Mint; 1842. Important as the first significant book on coins to be published in the United-States. Items of interest include: p.36: "[George Washington] took a lively interest in the national coinage. The Mint was repeatedly noticed in his messages to Congress. It was his practice; whilst President, to visit the institution frequently, the scat of government being then at Philadelphia." Plate II illustrates silver dollars of the two major types of 1795 and, for the first time in an American publication, the silver dollar of 1804.

---- New Varieties of Gold, and Silver Coins, Counterfeit Coins, and Bullion; ,With Mint Values. New York: George P. Putnam, 1851.

Eggers, Aug. Money Reform. Translated from the 1872 German text by Mrs.C.P. Cluver. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1878. Discussions of a universal coin. A map shows coin standards and/or preferences of the world, indicating, (among other things) that silver coins were preferred in Central and South America (except Brazil), Spain, much of Africa, China, and certain countries south of China.

Epps, James Vernon. "Our Most Misunderstood Coin-The U.S. Trade Dollar." Article in The Gobrech Joumal; March 1978. The author discusses technical varieties of the trade dollar, not including Proofs, .and gives his opinion of the availability of each.

Evans, George G. Illustrated History of the United States Mini. Philadelphia: published by the author, editions of 1883, 1885, 1889, 1893. Successor to the A.M. Smith work on the Mint. (Among other activities, Evans was an issuer of encased postage stamps during the Civil War.)

Feuchtwanger, Lewis E. Circular. Undated pamphlet, circa 1830s.

Financial Register of the United States: Devoted Chiefly to Finance and Currency, and to Banking and Commercial Statistics, The. Vol. I, July 1837 to July 1838. Philadelphia: Published by Wirtz & Tatem, 1838.

Fivaz, Bill, "An 1878-S Trade Dollar With a Doubled Die Reverse." Article in The Gobrecht-Journal; November 1986.

Fivaz, Bill and J.T. Stanton. The Cherrypicker's Guide to Rare-Die Varieties. 2nd edition. Savannah GA: Published by the authors, 1991.

Forecaster, The. Investment newsletter published by John Kamin, Tarzana,.CA. Issues consulted from 1962 to date.

Fox, Les and Sue. Silver Dollar Fortune Telling. Closter, NJ: Carson City Associates, 1987 edition.

Friedman, Milton and Anna Jacobson Schwartz. A Monetary History of the United States 1867-1960. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1963.

Fuljenz, Michael. "Proof Morgan Dollars." The author provided an advance copy of this study, separate from the Highfill text, where it appeared in final form.

Ganz, David L. "The Story of America's, Bicentennial Coinage, 1976."Article in The Numismatist, March-June 1975. -- "Unloading the Last of the Surplus Silver Dollars." Article in COINage Magazine, September, 1976.

---What to Do With Those Left-Over CC Dollars." Article in COINage Magazine, September 1974.

Gengerke, Martin, American Numsimatic Auctions. 8th edition. Woodside, NY: published by the author, 1990. A very usefuland well prepared listing of auctions, their. titles and dates.

Gibbons.J.S, The Banks of New-York; Their Dealers, the Clearing House and the Panic of 1857 New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1858.'

Gibbs, William To' "Did Mint Issue 1884-85 Trade Dollars?" Coin World, January 13, 1992.

Giedroyc, Richard. "Coin of Tomorrow Lasts but Three Years." Coin World, September 26, 1990.

Gillilland, Cory. "Public Opinion 'and the Nation's Coinage." Article in The American Numismatic Association Centennial Anthology.'Wolfeboro, NH: Bowers and Merena Galleries, Inc. (for the ANA), 1991.

Glaser, Lynn. "Anthonyde Francisci, Coin Artist." Article in the Numisimatic Scrapbook, April 1963.

-- "The Origin of the Bland Dollar." Article in the Numismatic: Scrapbook, June, 1962.

Gobrecht Joumal; The. Kettering, OH. Publication of the Liberty Seated Collectors Club, 1974 to date;

Gouge, William M. A Short History of Paper Money and Banking in the United States. Philadelphia: T.W. U stick (printer), 1833.

Gras, N.S.B. The Massachusetts First National Bank of Boston, 1784-1934. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1937.

Gray, James C. "Gobrecht Dollars." The Gobrechi Journal, November 1986. The author discusses various issues arid why certain pieces should be considered regular issues.

Halpetin, James L. How to Grade u.s.Coins. Dallas, Texas: Ivy Press, Inc., 1990.

Haney, Thomas V. "Peace," Article in The Paramount journal. Englewood, Ohio: Paramount International Coin Corporation, AprilMay 1974.

Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Article, "Making Money," author's name not given. New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, December 186l.