Standard catalog of world paper money: Modern issues 1961-2000

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Krause Publications, May 15, 2000 - Antiques & Collectibles - 861 pages
This is the most comprehensive reference for modern world paper money ever published. The new 6th edition includes current market values for more than 10,500 notes in three grades of condition, and over 7,000 photos and illustrations. More than 376 note-issuing authorities are covered including all notes issued from 1961 to present. Clear, large photos make identification easy. This edition now features prices and photos for new notes issued in 1999, including new U.S. paper money issues. A user's guide, grading terms, dating information, foreign language references, exchange tables, foreign bank index and more help collectors at all levels.

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Contents

Country Index
7
Grading Standards
14
Foreign Exchange
20
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

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.

Neil Shafer brings to the cataloging effort an expertise gained in pursuit of knowledge in all areas of world paper money used as a medium of exchange. He's studied many of the leading specialized collections including the extensive American Bank Note Archives offering. A former president of the International Bank Note Society, his four decades of paper money related authorship continues to contribute to this field. George S. Cuhaj is an eight-year veteran of Krause Publications Numismatic Cataloging Division, where he is also involved with the publication of the Standard Catalog of World Coins series. George was previously employed at The American Numismatic Society and Stack's Rare Coins, both of New York City.

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