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Books by Bentes
BOOK OF THE BRAZILIAN COINS. A Didactic - descriptive Catalogue of Brazilian coins, from the early years of Discovery to current days, including Colonial, United Kingdom, Imperial and Republican eras. It contains all the metallic coins that ran in national territory, arranged by metal in decreasing and chronological order of Kingdoms and their respective sovereigns and rulers, as well as detailed descriptions of all the specimens, including all the known gold bars; engravers, weight, diameter, fineness, mint house, obverse and reverse legends, including all the die varieties, patterns and their prices according to the international market.
BOOK OF THE BRAZILIAN PAPER MONEY. A Didactic - descriptive Catalog of Brazilian Paper Money, from the first issues to current days, including Colonial, United Kingdom, Imperial and Republican eras. It contains all the paper money that ran in national territory, arranged by chronological order of Kingdoms and their respective sovereigns and rulers. Contains detailed descriptions of all the specimens, sizes, obverse and reverse details, including all the varieties and their prices according to the international market.
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Avenida Padre Júlio Fragata, 60
São Victor - Braga - Portugal
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