2004 Standard Catalog of World Coins: 1901-Present

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Krause Publications, 2003 - Antiques & Collectibles - 2224 pages
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Taking world coin collecting by storm, this annual best-seller is the only single volume available offering complete coverage from 1901 to the present day. Over one million prices are catalogued with more than 48,700 obverse and reverse illustrations to make coin identification fast and easy. Listings price coins in up to five grades of condition and include the mintage number and date. Thoroughly researched, all prices are updated to reflect current market values and are given in US dollars. Includes essential reference information such as a how-to-use tutorial, international numeric guide, identification charts, foreign exchange rates and much more.

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Prior to its 24th edition, this "standard" for identifying world coins from the late 18th century to the present consisted of one volume. Now part of a 4300-page four-volume series, this title covers ... Read full review

Contents

Title Page
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Country Index
x
A Guide To International Numerics
xviii
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Chester L. Krause founded Krause Publications in 1952 with the first issue of Numismatic News. In 1972, he and Clifford Mishler coauthored the company's first book, "Standard Catalog of World Coins. In 1984, the American Numismatic Association recognized Clifford Mishler's lifelong dedication to numismatics and presented its highest honor to him, the Farran Zerbe Memorial Award. Colin R. Bruce II oversees production of all numismatic catalog titles that relate to foreign coins and paper money. He has earned 16 awards from the Numismatic Literary Guild for his work.

Mishler has written and published books on the coin hobby for nearly 40 years.

Colin R. Bruce II is a long-time collector, specializing in Colin R. Bruce II is a long-time collector, specializing in Russian and Chinese coinage. In his nearly 35 years at KrausRussian and Chinese coinage. In his nearly 35 years at Krause Publications heas edited countless references, and is one e Publications heas edited countless references, and is one of the earliest innovators of the Standard Catalog series. Hof the earliest innovators of the Standard Catalog series. His blog, Court Jester, appears on www.numismaticnews.net. Tois blog, Court Jester, appears on www.numismaticnews.net. Tom Michael is a life-long coin collector, who is well known im Michael is a life-long coin collector, who is well known in the U.S. and world coin market. In addition to his work win the U.S. and world coin market. In addition to his work with the Standard Catalog of World Coins series, including manth the Standard Catalog of World Coins series, including management of a network of more than 200 experts worldwide, hisagement of a network of more than 200 experts worldwide, his blog, Big Ideas, Little World appears on www.numismaticnews blog, Big Ideas, Little World appears on www.numismaticnews.net. .net.

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