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Puerto Rico coffee and sugar cane plantation tokens

eBook (PDF), 344 Pages
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The most complete guide book and catalog of the coffee and sugar cane plantation tokens of Puerto Rico ever published. Replaces all previous plantation tokens catalogs of Puerto Rico ( Gould, Rohers, Vaiá and Archilla). The book have 344 pages of information; dozens of photos of tokens and other historical illustrations; more than 600 tokens described. Historical information about the plantations; list of all plantations of P.R. of XIX and XX centuries; names of all the plantation owners; maverics; and fantasies.Fully bilingual in English and Spanish. Grade of rarity and actual values for all pieces.Book with an introductory text on the origin, manufacture, history,use and importance of the coffee tokens in the economic development in Puerto Rico from 1870's to 1930's.New values after 20 years of last catalog published. The best book of plantation tokens of Puerto Rico published by a expert in puertorrican numismatic.
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Product Details

Edition
Firts edition.
Publisher
Ediciones Arybet
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
344
File Format
PDF
File Size
154.51 MB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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