MONEY OF THEIR OWN by Murray Teigh Bloom

MONEY OF THEIR OWN

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From the U.S. and Europe come accounts of exploits in counterfeiting and counterfeiters from the mid-1800's to the present. Author Bloom, working through the International Criminal Police Commission, and interviewing some of these unofficial money-makers, cites cases involving philatelic forgeries; the strange account of Beraha, whose gold sovereigns were more valuable than those of the Royal Mint and other masterminds who perpetrated currency crimes.

Pub Date: July 12th, 1957
Publisher: Scribner