Charlton Press Literature - Standard Catalogues - A to C

Beswick Animals - 10th Edition
Author: Callows & Sweets   Editor: Jean Dale
ISBN 978-0-88968-322-8, 400 pages, 7" x 9"

Written by four experts in the field, Marilyn and Peter Sweet on horses and dogs, and Diana and John Callow on birds, cats, farm animals, fish,, this guide is the most informative on the market today. Now in full colour, this catalogue has over 800 illustrations. Accompanying each colour illustration is a detailed description of the model, including the model number, designer, size, colour, dates of manufacture, and varieties. Also included in this catalogue is a handy cross-referencing index. Recent discoveries have been added to bring this catalogue up-to-date. This book is a must for every Beswick collector.

$39.95 CDN
Beswick Collectables - 10th Edition
Author: Diana & John Callow, Frank Corley  Editor: Jean Dale
ISBN 978-0-88968-314-3, 344 pages, 7" x 9"

Release Date: November 2008


$39.95 CDN
Border Fine Arts Figurines - 3rd Edition
Author: Marilyn Sweet   Editor: Cindy Raycroft
ISBN 978-0-88968-310-5, 480 pages, 7" x 9"

Border Fine Arts Figurines, 3rd edition is now released! This Charlton Standard Catalogue now in its third edition contains 504 pages of information on Border Fine Arts figurines. First issued in 1974 the BFA line has continued to grow with over 3,600 collectable pieces offering the collector a truly diverse collection of subjects from which to choose. The range offers something for everyone from dogs to cats, to birds, to cattle, to specialty lines that include farm machinery, all tastes, size and prices ranges are covered.

$39.95 CDN
Caithness Paperweights - 2nd Edition
Author: Colin Terris   Editor: W.K. Cross
ISBN 0-88968-244-5, 432 pages, 7" x 9"

The new and revised 2nd edition contains 32 pages of colour inter-disbursed throughout the catalogue, in four 8-page sections. The colour pages touch on all the different segments of paperweight releases, from the classic Whitefriars weights, to examples of Collin Terris’s final designs, to the limited editions and modern designs. All prices have been completely revised and updated to 2004. Pricing for the second edition was more difficult than in 1999 due to the on-line auctions which now impacts all collectables.

Canadian Association Medals, Volume 2  
Author: W.K. Cross   Editor: Jean Dale
ISBN 0-88968-152-X, 720 pages, 8.5" x 11"

Volume Two of the Canadian Historical Medal Series was released July 17th, 2008.
Canadian Association Society Commercial Transportation Medals is a 720-page, 8 ” x 11”, hard bound book published in a limited edition of 250 copies. The listing for each medal includes: The Title, the Medal Number, the Obverse Description, the Reverse Description, the Suspension (if appropriate), the Case of Issue (if known), the Engraver/Maker; Reference Numbers, Composition, Weight, Diameter, Thickness, Die Axis, and last but not least the Price in two grades (Very Fine and Extremely Fine).

$175.00 CDN
Canadian Bank Notes - 7th Edition
Author: R.J. Graham   Editor: R.J. Graham
ISBN 978-0-88968-350-1, 608 pages, 8.5" x 11"

The most authoritative book on Canadian Bank Notes, this newly revised edition, lists issued proof and specimen notes for over 150 Canadian banks from 1792 to 1943 and as has been widely expected, many valuations have been revised upwards, some quite sharply. Prices for notes of the Bank of Nova Scotia, Royal Bank of Canada and many others have increased significantly.

$99.95 CDN
Canadian Clocks - 2nd Edition
Author: J E Connell   Editor: W.K. Cross
ISBN 0-88968-203-8, 136 pages, 7" x 9"

A comprehensive list and easy-to-use reference of all known Canadian clocks and their values. Includes American and German clockmakers with branchplants in Canada. Mantel, wall, bracket and tall case clocks dating prior to 1900 are listed.

Canadian Coins - 68th Edition
Author: W.K. Cross   Editor: R.J. Graham
ISBN 978-0-88968-361-7, 352 pages, 7" x 9"

First published in 1952 The Charlton Standard Catalogue of Canadian Coins has reported on all aspects of the Canadian numismatic scene, from the coinage of the French Regime to the business strikes of today. For over 60 years Canadian Coins has been the bible for collectors. The 68th edition of Canadian Coins is based on all coins which have been used as circulating legal tender in Canada from 1858 to 2013. It is the fifth catalogue published based solely on Canada’s circulating business strikes. Over one hundred and fifty years of Canadian coins are listed, illustrated and priced. More than one hundred and twenty-five varieties, through the seven denominations, are listed, most with macro images for ease of identification.
Canadian Coins was divided into two separate books starting with the 64th edition, spinning off the Collector and Maple Leaf Issues into Volume Two. Over the next four editions, we slowly moved the Royal Canadian Mint collector issues to Volume Two from their original place in Volume One. This year the proof listings (1996-2013) of sterling and fine silver 5-, 10-, 25-, and 50-cent coins, along with the proof bronze and copper cents, are now listed in their own tables in Volume Two. The one cent table, of course, will terminate at 2012 due to the discontinuation of the one-cent coin on May 4th, 2012. With the retirement of the one cent coin from our coinage the chapter on large and small cents has come to an end. This collection of Canadian coppers is now complete.
Included in the 68th edition is a revised Variety Section covering the George VI fifty cent pieces (1937-1952). With over four hundred major varieties found in this series, this 41-page introduction to the series will assist the collector in developing a road map to guide them through the many twists and turns. Just to illustrate the depth of major varieties in the George VI half dollar series, a previously undiscovered variety surfaced, a 1948 narrow date, with a Repunched 4, which is now listed.

$24.95 CDN
Canadian Coins Vol 2 Collector & Maple Leaf Issues
Author: W.K. Cross   Editor: Jean Dale
ISBN 978-0-88968-364-8, 464 pages, 7" x 9"

$39.95 CDNN
Canadian Colonial Tokens - 8th Edition
Author: W.K. Cross   Editor: Jean Dale
ISBN 978-0-88968-351-8, 320 pages, 5.5" x 8.5"

In colonial times there was a chronic shortage of coinage to support commerce. Provincial governments, chartered banks, merchants and tippling blacksmiths all contributed to a vast array of tokens which circulated in the absence of official copper coinage. Tokens are described in detail, with composition, weight, diameter, die axis, edge and date of issue information. Enlarged illustrations assist the collector in assigning the catalogue number to each token. In the case of particularly complicated issues, flow charts will easily guide the user to the correct identification. The Charlton numbering system is cross referenced to earlier systems devised by Breton, Courteau, Lees, LeRoux, McLachlan, Wood and Willey. Batty, Breton and LeRoux rarity numbers are also included.

$39.95 CDN
Canadian Communion Tokens - 2nd Edition
Author: W.K. Cross   Editor: Cindy Raycroft
ISBN 0-88968-154-6, 304 pages, 5.5" x 8.5"

Covers tokens used in Canada West, Canada East, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Price Edward Island from 1770 to the early 1900s. Full listings and up-to-date prices. Easy-to-use cross-referencing system.

$29.95 CDN
Canadian Country Store Collectables - 3rd Edition
Author: Marianne Thompson   Editor: W.K. Cross
ISBN 0-88968-232-1, 208 pages, 7" x 9"

Covers the growing field of Canadian Country Store collectables. Items range from coffee, tea, and tobacco tins to peanut butter pails and advertising signs. An eight-page colour section illustrates the vivid decorations of these early collectables.

$29.95 CDN
Canadian Dolls - 3rd Edition
Author: E R Strahlendorf   Editor: Jean Dale
ISBN 0-88968-140-6, 408 pages, 7" x 9"

Lists, illustrates and prices dolls for the Canadian market. Covers Inuit, Indian, Eaton's Beauty and Canadian Celebrity Dolls. An easy-to-use guide to help one through the hundreds of different Canadian dolls produced.

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Canadian Government Paper Money - 27th Edition
Author: R.J. Graham   Editor: Jean Dale
ISBN 978-0-88968-365-5, 448 pages, 5.5" x 8.5"

The 27st Edition of the Charlton Standard Catalogue of Canadian Government Paper Money will be released at the Canadian Numismatic Association on August 14, 2014.

$34.95 CDN
Canadian Tire Cash Bonus Coupons - 2nd Edition
Author: Ross Irwin   Editor: W.K. Cross
ISBN 0-88968-164-3, 72 pages, 5.5" x 8.5"

The latest in uniquely Canadian collectables. A comprehensive history detailing the changes the years have brought to Canadian Tire. Illustrations of 200 gas bar and store coupons produced since 1958. Descriptions with prices in three grades.

$14.95 CDN
Charlton Coin Guide - 53rd Edition
Author: W.K. Cross   Editor: Jean Dale
ISBN 978-0-88968-362-4, 232 pages, 5.5" x 8.5"

The Charlton Coin Guide for 2014 has grown again. The Guide now has 232 pages of information to assist you in determining “what your coins are worth.” The greatest growth has taken place in the Royal Canadian Mint issues which have been updated to 2013. There are now over 110 pages of collector listings covering the past sixty years. Not only are the buying prices for coins of Canada and Newfoundland listed, but also for Canadian Paper Money from the 1935 Bank of Canada issues up to and including the 2011-2013 Polymer "Frontier" Issues. Canadian Colonial Tokens, War Medals and Decorations, United States coinage, and common gold coins of the world are also listed. Each category will have dealer buying prices listed along with illustrations of the coins for ease of identification. Included also are charts on the incremental dollar values of Canadian gold, palladium, platinum and silver coins. There are coins worth thousands of dollars, therefore great importance must be placed upon identification of your coins. Let The 2014 Charlton Coin Guide assist you.
$9.95 CDN
Chintz - 3rd Edition
Author: Susan Scott   Editor: W.K. Cross
ISBN 0-88968-228-3, 320 pages, 7" x 9"

Three hundred and twenty pages of colourful Chintz is illustrated and priced giving any decorator an insight into the Chintz marketplace. Thousands of shapes and patterns are listed and priced by manufacturer. Includes a full section on vintage chintz from the 1920s and 1930s and a new section on modern chintz.

$34.95 CDN
Coinman to Canadians
Author: H Don Allen   Editor: W.K. Cross
ISBN 0-88968-142-2, 200 pages, 5.5" x 8.5"

"Coinman to Canadians" is an account of Jim Charlton's contribution and influence on these developments. Also included is a series of appendices highlighting many historically important events in Canadian numismatics over the last fifty years. A series of photographic images lead the reader through 20th-century coin collecting in Canada. Also included are References and Further Readings; Chronology; List of Organizations; List of CNA Conventions and the cities where they were held; Selected Price Lists; CNA "Prices Realized", highlights of the 1954-Auction; The Membership Role of Canada's first Teletype Circuit; Lists of Jim Charlton's Sales and Auctions; 50-year price comparison of 16 selected Canadian coins.

$19.95 CDN

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