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by Thomas Michael,George S. Cuhaj

eBook 2013 Standard Catalog of World Coins - 1901-2000 download ISBN: 1440229627
Author: Thomas Michael,George S. Cuhaj
Publisher: Krause Publ; 40 edition (June 29, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 2302
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Thomas Michael has performed in-depth price analysis for the KP numismatic book line for nearly 21 years.

Thomas Michael has performed in-depth price analysis for the KP numismatic book line for nearly 21 years. He travels worldwide to connect his network of collectors and dealers and to create the most accurate database of world coin market values. Series: Standard Catalog of World Coins. Paperback: 2302 pages. So I can't even replace my old guide with this one as how else can I value coins from Panama, Republic of China or even Spain.

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The 2011 Standard Catalog of® World Coins 1901-2000 offers information compiled from data provided by over 100 experts from around the world and garnered from a variety of internet sources including popular online auctions sites.

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The Standard Catalog of World Coins is a series of numismatic catalogs, commonly known as the Krause catalogs. They are published by Krause Publications, a division of F+W Media. The by-century volumes list by date virtually every coin type, most of which are photographed, with mintage and other information, plus market valuations in up to 5 grades. Listings are by denomination rather than series, as in earlier World coin catalogs

Identifies and lists current prices for all of the world's coins.

Identifies and lists current prices for all of the world's coins. We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you. We never accept ads.

George S. Cuhaj, Thomas Michael, Market Analyst. A world view like no other! For more than four decades, the Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1901-2000, has provided the most comprehensive resource to 20th century coins on the market.

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The world coin market is vast and volatile. You need a trusted and respected resource to make sense of it all. And this is it.

The 2013 Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1901-2000, 40th Edition, offers information from more than 120 experts worldwide and data from a variety of Internet sources, including popular on-line auction sites. With few exceptions, the coin values have risen over those in previous catalogs, and in certain cases, those values have increased substantially.

From collectors to dealers to researchers, everyone depends on this single reference. The Standard Catalog of World Coins has been the hobby's central information source for 40 years.

An impressive and immense work, each coin listing in the catalog provides:Up-to-date values listed by date, mintmark and gradeGlobally accepted KM reference numbersClear descriptions of the coin's design features Coins minted in silver, gold, platinum and palladium offer the following additional information for charting a course in the turbulent precious metals market:Total coin weightFinenessActual precious metal weightThe 2013 Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1901-2000 is the coin catalog you've come to depend on and the one you can trust as the best value in world numismatics.

Comments: (7)
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I have been a big fan of the Krauss World Coin books and think they typically are an excellent value for the information included but this editions leaves out many countries!!! They were in prior editions though. So I can't even replace my old guide with this one as how else can I value coins from Panama, Republic of China or even Spain. Thats right there are NO coins listed from Spain etc, not just a few left out! There are several other smaller countries absent as well(ie. Southern Rhodesia, Congo-Democratic Republic). These countries' complete absences makes me doubt the information that did make it in the guide.

I would have returned this book if I hand not already started marking it up.

They really should release a free supplement with the 100+ pages that are missing.

Epic fail.
Mustard Forgotten
I've always wanted to have a "behind the scenes" look at how values are determined for this volume from year-to-year. Do they have a "team" of researchers combing eBay and other auction sites? Do they attend shows or look at publications to get sale and asking prices? Do they review supply and demand for particular types and dates? It almost seems like too much information and detail to comprehensively update on a yearly basis. Whether it was because of a fast approaching publication deadline, not enough editorial staff, illness, or something else entirely, this was definitely one of the weakest 20th Century catalogs in Krause's history. Intrinsic precious metal values aren't consistent, entire countries are missing and there seems to be no relationship between published values and what I see stuff selling for on eBay, which, as far as I'm concerned, is really the "go to" resource for market values these days. Krause has stepped to the plate and provided the missing info in a number of formats (the easiest is going to [...]), but, really, this shouldn't have happened in the first place. Maybe making this a biennial catalog and improving the editorial effort will bring the luster back to the "Bible" of world coins. There really is no other game in town.
Dammy
I've bought the Standard catalog for many years. It is the standard bible for coin collectors. However this year the publishers, Krause Publications, have produced an inferior edition. Countries like Panama and Spain are missing, to name a few. You'll be better off with thew 2008 edition! You can call 1-855-842-5272 and the company will send you the pasges or CD for the 6 missing countries....
Der Bat
I have not yet received this item, but I know that I will like it. I have had and used these world coin catalogs for many years and I know how informative and accurate they are.
SupperDom
As the title says, these two countries are also missing. The omission of Panama is mentioned in a comment to another review, but I thought it should be highlighted because of the number of folks who collect Panamanian coins as a result of working/living in the former Canal Zone. I will be returning this as a flawed product.
kolos
I am a coin dealer as well as a collector. I need this book every day. Not having all the countries in this book will require me to tote the old edition to every coin show. Surely the publisher is going to do a revised edition or a book with the missing countries?!
Rleyistr
Good reference coin book.
I have purchased the Standard Catologue of World Coins for every year since I started collecting seriously in the early 1990's. It is a reference which as a collector I cannot do without. Through the years I have been delighted to see the changes in the hobby and in the value of my collection. As most everyone knows, there has been a massive upserge in precious metal values and it is nice to have a reference that has finally taken these increases into account in valuing coins, however the effort must have blown the editor's minds. I am a fourth of the way through updating my collection's values and have already noticed that the editors have left out three nations and several regions all together. These include DR Congo, Spain!!! and the Republic of China. How do you have a world coin catalogue and leave out SPAIN?!?! We, as serious collectors are captive to this book, without it we run blind. It is horribly negligant to publish something, missing so much, that has ALWAYS been covered in other editions. It is shameful. I continue in disapointed terror to see what else is missing from this edition, I noticed the NCLT junk from Isle of Man and Marshall Islands was there as usual, maybe if they were to be removed we could have a guide and values for some real coins!