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A thorough history and detailed catalog of these issues. Heavily illustrated and very attractively designed. Reviewed in the Jan/Feb 2004 issue of Paper Money. Order from the author--$32.99 postpaid in the United States. Robert J. Kravitz, POB 303, Wilton, CA 95693.
This is a CD for use with a computer, PC or Macintosh; a comprehensive history of all kinds of money associated with Chattanooga, TN. Over 1000 illustrations. The information is updated with new discoveries, and the CD is produced on demand, so the one you ordered in 2003 may be different from the one you order today. Reviewed in the Nov/Dec 2003 issue of Paper Money. $25 postpaid in the United States from Dennis Schafluetzel, 1900 Red Fox Lane, Chattanooga, TN 37343. See http://schafluetzel.org/
This well-established and highly respected researcher and author on Confederate money has produced the definitive book on this subject. Reviewed in the May/June 2003 issue of Paper Money.
Published by McFarland & Co., Inc. $39 postpaid from the publisher, POB 611 PM, Jefferson, NC 28640 or call 1-800-253-2187.
The culmination of years of research by the author, and the new standard reference for Mississippi obsolete paper money. Reviewed in the Jan/Feb 2004 issue of Paper Money.
Published as an SPMC Wismer project, and originally sold by subscription.
A detailed examination of the process of signing the notes, including illustrations of the signatures. The author also catalogs notes signed by his ancestor Sarah Pelot. Carefully researched and profusely illustrated in color. Self-published, out of print.
This engaging, easy-to-use and even easier-to-carry updated new color edition of the ultimate Confederate paper money reference reads like an intriguing Civil War tale; without compromising any of the up-to-date market values and identifying data you rely on. Accurately identify and assess Confederate States and Southern States issues of the Civil War and the Reconstruction period, including uncut sheets, advertising notes, errors and facsimile notes, using the pricing, descriptions and 350 color photos featured in this new edition of a one-of-a-kind guide. Krause Publications, $20.43.
An indexed and searchable CD produced by George B. Tremmel and Tom Carson. 2659 pages. Requires a reasonably modern PC or Macintosh and Adobe Acrobat Reader version 6 (free software). $42 from Tom Carson, 5712 N. Morgan Lane, Chattanooga TN 37415; email firstname.lastname@example.org. Read the review from the July/August issue of Paper Money.
A four-times per year publication on North Carolina numismatics generally, but most articles are about paper money. The authors are excellent researchers using primary sources, and the Scrapbook is attractively designed and heavily illustrated.
Available by subscription only, $15/year. The North Carolina Numismatic Scrapbook, POB 793, Kenansville, NC 28349