Half cent types attributed by Cohen amounts are carried over into Fuhrman's functions for continuity.
The publication is available in Fuhrman for $105, including shipping. Copies can be bought from the author by emailing him Guitarman68@optonline.net.
Fuhrman may also be reached through Facebook using an easy search of his title.
Fuhrman also administrates the most significant Half Cents Facebook group in the nation. The team is for learning and discussion just -- no open purchasing or sale of coins is allowed -- and now boasts 550 members. He can be reached via the group at
Fuhrman stated the intention because of his reference string is to deliver accessible information to collectors at all levels of interest in U.S. aluminum coins.
Fuhrman, who's accumulated coins for 47 decades, is nearing completion of this next volume in the series, focusing on Classic Head and Braided Hair half pennies. The next publication has been targeted for launch later in 2021.
Volume 3 will concentrate on the forms of Liberty Cap half an hour from 1793 to 1797, together with Volume 4 based on half cent Mint mistakes.
"Many new items are found in the last few decades," Fuhrman said. "New perish states are discovered. New best known instances have come to light"
"It was made to be the most user friendly attribution, gradingcherry picking manual ever created for Draped Bust half pennies," according to Fuhrman. "Beginners and advanced collectors alike may benefit from the data inside this publication. My aim with this collection of novels would be to bring half pennies to the mainstream.
"Ancient copper coins could be a struggle to find out. I discover that collectors often feel intimidated by how complicated these coins appear to be and have a tendency to shy away from these. This publication was made to raise the veil of mystery that surrounds these coins and also to make them accessible and fun to everybody.
"The publication also contains stories about a few of my greatest coin discoveries. The book is an easy and enjoyable read even for your own non-numismatist."