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by Rusty Goe


This book pays tribute to the popular Nevada branch mint and the many wonderful coins produced there. True-life stories are told of the Comstock miners near the Carson City Mint who procured the gold and silver used to make the coins

This book pays tribute to the popular Nevada branch mint and the many wonderful coins produced there. True-life stories are told of the Comstock miners near the Carson City Mint who procured the gold and silver used to make the coins. Brief biographical profiles are presented of the men and women connected with the Carson City Mint. This book recently received the Double C This book pays tribute to the popular Nevada branch mint and the many wonderful coins produced there. True-life stories are told of the Comstock miners near the Carson City Mint who procured the gold and silver used to make.

Book DescriptionNEW BOOK ON CARSON CITY MINT AND ITS COINS SURE TO INSPIRE READERS Carson City coin specialist Rusty Goe has just released his new book,"The Mint on Carson Street". Shoppers in the author's local coin store expressed delight and wonderment when the book was unveiled on Saturday December 20, 2003. Never before has a book been written on the Carson City Mint that not only provides the history of the venerable institution, but also a study of all the coins minted there, with profiles of the many collectors who have come to adore them during the past century or more.

The Carson City coinsthat intrigue us today serve to memorialize the prominent-and not so well known-deeds which . This phenomenon of the old west is lovingly presented by Rusty Goe in THE MINT ON CARSON STREET.

The Carson City coinsthat intrigue us today serve to memorialize the prominent-and not so well known-deeds which occurred between the Civil War and the turn of the century. During this era of giant personalities, the growing pains of the nation created both hardship and jubilant excess in a brand new Nevada (Halloween, 1864). This phenomenon of the old west is lovingly presented by Rusty Goe in THE MINT ON CARSON STREET

In 2004, Goe's book, The Mint on Carson Street: An Enthusiast's Guide to the Carson City Mint, won Book of the Year honors from both the Professional Numismatist's Guild and the Numismatic Literary Guild.

In 2004, Goe's book, The Mint on Carson Street: An Enthusiast's Guide to the Carson City Mint, won Book of the Year honors from both the Professional Numismatist's Guild and the Numismatic Literary Guild. In July 2007, Rusty Goe released his second full-length book, entitled James Crawford: Master of the Mint at Carson City-A Short Full Life. It is a biography of the fourth superintendent at the Carson City Mint. The NLG honored it with its Extraordinary Merit award

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After reading Rusty Goe’s book I began to wonder how historical events affected the total mintage of Seated quarters during the years in which they were struck. I was interested in knowing if patterns could be observed in total quarter production from 1838 to 1891 that related to historical events of the period. 4. The Circulation Life of Liberty Seated Coinage by Larry Rogak, The Gobrecht Journal, 1989.

This famous and historic western mint and its coins have been written about many times before, but this book is not merely a study of Carson City Mint coins or a list of dates, facts, and figures relating the history of the mint.

The Carson City Mint was a branch of the United States Mint in Carson City, Nevada. It primarily minted silver coins; however, it also minted gold coins, with a total face value in dollars nearly equal to that of its silver coins

The Carson City Mint was a branch of the United States Mint in Carson City, Nevada. It primarily minted silver coins; however, it also minted gold coins, with a total face value in dollars nearly equal to that of its silver coins. The mint minted coins in 21 different years. The Carson City Mint was created in 1863 but was not put into operation until 1870. It ran until 1885, went on a hiatus, and resumed operations in 1889, after which it ran until 1893, when it closed permanently

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This book pays tribute to the popular Nevada branch mint and the many wonderful coins produced there. True-life stories are told of the Comstock miners near the Carson City Mint who procured the gold and silver used to make the coins. Brief biographical profiles are presented of the men and women connected with the Carson City Mint. This book recently received the Double Crown of numismatic literature and was awarded Book of the Year honors by the Numismatic Literary Guild and the Professional Numismatics Guild.
VariesWent
Mr Goe has written the definitive work on the mint in Carson City, Nevada. A must have for the serious "CC" mint coin collector, a must read for the history buff who is fascinated by the beginnings of Nevada's gold and silver industry. This book has had only one production run so far and is extremely hard to find but is worth the search. Interesting and informative, Rusty includes population reports and survival estimates for each of the coins minted. In addition, he has included a list of the "Top 25" and the aggregate value (in 2003 dollars) of a complete 111 coin collection. Like Abraham Curry, the founder of Carson City, Mr. Goe was a "man on a mission" when undertaking this project. You will not be disappointed.
Goll
Excellent book.
Anayanis
The Carson City coinsthat intrigue us today serve to memorialize the prominent--and not so well known--deeds which occurred between the Civil War and the turn of the century. During this era of giant personalities, the growing pains of the nation created both hardship and jubilant excess in a brand new Nevada (Halloween, 1864).
This phenomenon of the old west is lovingly presented by Rusty Goe in THE MINT ON CARSON STREET. Though little-known outside numismatic circles Rusty has delved into every cranny of the period, all the while becoming one of the supremely knowledgeable and formidable operatives in U.S.coins. His colleagues and trading competitors will attest to his skill and high integrity.
The book (tome,really), Rusty's memorial to an incomparable time and place, is not merely to read, but to dive into and swim around. Some of its delights: recapturing an obscure but haunting part of our exuberant national adolescence, demystifying many of the intricacies in the rare coin market, and serving as a permanent and valuable resource reference. The manner of presentation is that of a veteran of many adventures and well-fought battles lovingly sharing his most prized experiences with those who are disposed to value and appreciate the accounts.
THE MINT ON CARSON STREET has pride of place in my book collection.
SARAND
I received this book as a gift and was only expecting it to be a synopsis of Carson City coins. I was not expecting all of the wonderful history! It is a fascinating read as well as being so informative. I really enjoyed reading about so many of the people who influenced not only Carson City and Nevada history, but United States history, as well. In the back is a complete guide to all of the coins minted in Carson City.
The book itself is quite beautiful, inside and out. It contains many pictures of historical people and places. The cover is so nice, you will not want to stash it in your bookcase, but place it on the coffee table for others to enjoy (and envy!)
Thanks again, Mom and Dad, for the beautiful book!
Grinin
There are books on mint products from the Carson City Mint and there are books on the history of Nevada but there has never been a book that so expertly weaves together the stories of the people who made significant events come to pass, the political climate of the post-Civil War United States and territories that were not yet states, Congressional action and reaction to the economy and the contentious matter of money backed by either precious metals or paper, the trials and challenges of a start-up assaying and coining operation, all in the exciting context of the Comstock Lode phenomenon and the mining industry that changed the west.
This book is written with unmistakable passion for the benefit of Comstock and Carson City enthusiasts. But it will be highly regarded by historians, numismatists, coin and memorabilia collectors, scholars, and every investor who may want to become acquainted with the pleasurable pursuit of a truly scarce and sought after tangible collectible. The book also contains statistical information and insights into surviving populations of coins in relation to the quantities originally minted. It has taken a place of prominence among the books I own.
Mitars Riders
Rusty Goe's new book describing the history of The Carson City Mint and its coinage is a MUST read for collectors of these coins. Rusty tells how to build valuable sets of CC coins and gives a history of their price appreciation. Rarity and pedigree information are included. Great READ!

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Clodebd
"The Mint on Carson Street" is the ultimate reference guide for Carson City coins. It provides descriptions, pedigrees, populations, mintages and more on each of the 111 coins in the CC set (plus a few special varieties). It has become my personal reference tool and I find myself using it on almost a daily basis. On that subject alone, this book is unparalleled and while it is all that, it is oh so much more. Rusty Goe's crafty writing virtually takes you on a time machine ride as he recounts the glorious history of those lives and times (late 1860's through the mid 1890's) via both story and pictures. When you buy this book, it is like you're getting six great books in one. It is a fascinating read for everyone. The "Gilded Age"....The "Old West"...."CC Coins"....The Comstock Lode"....If you are a passionate fan on any one or all of those subjects, there is a pretty good chance you have already read this book. If you haven't read it, or you are not one of those persons, pick up a copy today, read it and by the time you are finished, you will be!
The Mint on Carson Street ebook
Author:
Rusty Goe
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Southgate Coins (August 25, 2004)
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