See "About us" below -- THREE Sagas Published ...AND More in the Pipeline!
Our books are covering themes related to US MONEY and the US Civil War and the impact of this FINANCIAL BATTLEFIELD. Each SAGA is part of the Money, Mayhem & Might SERIES about Changes during the "Ten Tumultuous Years" of 1857 - 1867 which had a dramatic and enduring impact on what money we carry in our pockets...what is the role of banks, who mints and who prints....counterfeiting...and homefront stories of raising money for both sides...
Talisman & Coiner Productions, LLC is a new collaboration between storytellers sharing dynamic cultural, financial, and monetary issues in our past that are relevant today with special attention to the US Civil War era. Minting, Printing & Counterfeiting, released in 2021, is the second book in the Money, Mayhem & Might Saga. The first book, published in 2020, is the Furious Flight of the Confederate Treasure Train. Full-content website: https://talisman-coiner-productions.us.
You can purchase our books at our publisher's web store . See https://talisman-coiner-productions.us
Minting, Printing and Counterfeiting:
· Full color:Loaded with graphics and illustrations
· Size:8 ½ by 11 inches
· Pages:165 pages
You can also purchase this book at Amazon.com.
We are open to discussing special pricing for multiple copies for your civil war round tables or coin clubs! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for bulk-order pricing or for book-signings and talks.
Our THIRD SAGA , SUMPTUOUS SOUTHERN STORIES...IS A COMPANION TO THE PRIOR TWO BOOKS. Book #1, "THE FURIOUS FLIGHT OF THE CONFEDERATE TREASURE TRAIN., Or, Where Did All the Southern Dough Go?" can be ordered on our publisher's web store. https://talisman-coiner-productions.us
DYNAMIC PRESENTATIONS also available! Our inaugural program about "The Treasure Train Saga" followed the money from Richmond, VA and the fall of the Confederacy....and how crates and barrels of gold & silver got doled out on the long journey South.......in a fun "workshop" launched at the May 2021 PAN (Pennsylvania Association of Numismatists) coin show...with great audience feedback!