Graduated from Colorado School of Mines in 1976 with a B.S. in Mineral Engineering-Mathematics. Employed as a software engineer and later as a senior test engineer for various companies in the mineral, energy, and aerospace industries. Retired in 2014.
Began collecting U.S. coins at age 6. Became focused on collecting and studying Bust half dollars (1794-1826) be Overton die variety in 1986.
Author of Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars,1794-1839, published semi-annually since September 1992. Also author of Auction Prices realized for Certified and Graded Bust Half Dollars 1794-1839, published annually since June 2013.
Life member of the American Numismatic Association, the Bust Half Nut Club and the John Reich Collectors Society. BHNC Treasurer after 2001. JRCS 2nd Vice President after 2011.
Bio by email in 2017
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Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars
Presented here is the Spring 2011 edition of Steve Herrman's auction prices realized guide for Bust half dollars. The current edition is available from author Steve Herrman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After more than four years of tracking prices realized for the Bust half dollars, the first edition of Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars 1794-1839 (AMBPR) was announced in the John Reich Journal and published in September 1992. 2,291 auction lot records were listed on 39 pages. New revisions have been published semi-annually in late March (Spring) and late September (Autumn). As additional prices realized have been entered into the database, the length of the AMBPR has grown. The Spring 2016 revision, Number 48, is 263 pages in length, and 12,824 auction lot records are listed. Note that older auction lot information is judiciously rolled off to help control the length of new revisions. $2.50 has been donated to the John Reich Collectors Society (http://www.jrcs.org/) for each copy sold since the inception of the AMBPR for Bust half dollars in 1992.