2010 North American Coins & Prices: A Guide to U.S., by Harry Miller, Thomas Michael, David C. Harper PDF

By Harry Miller, Thomas Michael, David C. Harper

ISBN-10: 0896898369

ISBN-13: 9780896898363

'This distinct ebook provide you with collector values are given for cash from the united states, Canada and Mexico indexed in as much as eleven grades of situation, reflecting either collector industry call for and sky-high valuable metals costs. New chapters were further to check the 4 intriguing new 2009 cents and 6 intriguing new 2009 quarters of the USA. you will get suggestion approximately procuring, grading, organizing and storing cash in addition. greater than 3,000 images together with obverse and opposite relief in coin identification.

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An aerial photograph of a plank road constructed across the craters and swamps of the salient. A German observation balloon and its winding wagon have been manhandled into the area just behind the front line. From the balloon, artillery observation officers will be able to direct the fire of the various field and heavy artillery units, onto targets in the British lines. The winch gear and associated equipment is dragged and pulled through the morass. Another reconnaissance photograph of a British-held village in the salient.

Yet another picture of the same tank; this time it has been turned round and is facing into the field but again the 3 of Hearts on the side identifies the tank. Also the un-ditching beam is in the same angle in all three photographs. Close inspection reveals the face of the German soldier in the driving seat. Trying to cross the bridge was the undoing of this tank; it was too heavy for the bridge which has collapsed under the weight. The remains of a tank totally destroyed by gunfire. Two tanks, a male with 6 pounder guns and the female, F 30, armed with machine guns, lie knocked out in a French field.

St Quentin, March 1918: on the left a light artillery battery moves up, whilst on the right an infantry unit takes a well-earned rest. In the rear another column is forming up ready to march. On the extreme right a cavalryman, possibly employed on traffic control or working as a messenger, stands holding his horse by the bridle. The museum in St Quentin, badly damaged by allied artillery fire: a propaganda coup for the Germans. To keep the men at the front supplied the German Army supply columns moved forward as soon as possible.

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