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Greysheet & redbook

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So far, I've only seen the 2008 Redbook online at Amazon or at coin dealers. B&N doesn't seem to know it exists yet.

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barnes and noble will order it for you if you so desire


the red book that is


most mall bookstores have these in stock now


greysheet call and get a 12 month subscription for like 60 or so dollars and everey month once a month you get one quarterly new monthly summery and also the recent weekly sheet as a package of three once a month


i would add the green sheet for good measure

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forgive me, but I did not see this post before creating another post dealing with red book, grey sheet etc...


At some point I do believe that the redbook can be helpful for collectors to gain a comprehensive sight of what is out there and 'collectible', but there are other aspects of these types of materials that I find meaningless, and thus my post. which was not meant in any way shape or form, to trivilialize this one.


Mike hi.gif

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