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Reviewed by Katelyn Hensel for Readers' Favorite
The Morgan Dollar Value Trend Report by Daniel J. Goevert is your tell all guide to the value of your new collectors' piece! Some people obtain their coins, and don't really understand how the value can fluctuate over the years. Hobbyist collectors will want to know how to predict these changes and want to understand the market, in addition to understanding the history and metals used in their coin collections. This report is a boon to collectors and will be a great reference tool for anyone looking to buy and sell their coins.
Since I started this book knowing absolutely nothing about coin collecting or the Morgan Silver Dollar, a lot of the insider information therein was a bit beyond me. However, I believe that the market for this book is very select and if you are a coin collector, you would already know most of the details that went over my head. That being said, Goevert writes in a way that allows even the novice reader to understand what he's saying. He defines everything intelligently and (as far as I know) accurately so that you leave the experience feeling very well informed indeed.
I will say that there was a lot of dryness to the text. In my opinion, Goevert could have spiced things up and added either anecdotes or humor or something to make this less of a dry read. But, it is what it is and will function just as it should as a guide for those who have a vested interest in coins. A coin collector's best friend, The Morgan Dollar Value Trend Report is a great read for novices to experts.