FEATURED WEB SITE
This week's featured web site is the currency collection of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C. "The NCC Gallery houses a large collection of currency
that includes subcategories of bank notes, coins, tokens, and scrip. There are nearly 3,000 coins and over 6,000 pieces of paper money in this collection."
The reference page lists an item I've never heard of:
"Cooper, J.M. North Carolina Currency: a Pictorial Summery (i.e. summary) of coins that Circulated in North Carolina from Colonization to Date and Some of the Provincial and State Issued Paper Money, 19??."
Is anyone familiar with this?
Wayne Homren, Editor
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