THE COIN COLLECTOR'S JOURNAL.
Ten monographs published toward the end of the periodical's run: Kenney's Struck Copies of Early American Coins; Newman's 1776 Continental Currency Coinage / Varieties of the Fugio Cent; Breen's Proof Coins Struck by the United States Mint, 1817-1921; Kenney's Early American Medalists and Die-Sinkers Prior to the Civil War; Breen's United States Patterns of 1792; Breen's United States Minor Coinages 1793-1916; Nesmith's The Lima Pieces of George II of England; Breen's Secret History of the Gobrecht Coinages 1836-1840; Breen's Silver Coinages of the Philadelphia Mint 1794-1916; and Breen's United States Half Dimes: A Supplement. 8vo, original printed card covers. Generally fine. (Item ID: 01987)
Starting with Whole Number 141, issued January-February 1952, the Journal essentially ceased being a house organ with varied content and each of the remaining issues comprises a stand-alone monograph. A number remain standard references. Clain-Stefanelli 485.