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Substantial in its size, scope and detail, unparalleled in the market, the Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1901-2000, provides the most compelling and complete catalog to 20th Century coins in the world. The 20th century is the most active of the world coin market as it offers opportunities for the beginning to serious collector. Collectors and dealers rely on this reference for the most up-to-date pricing in this area of numismatics as well as the most complete and insightful review of available and collecting world coins. A worldwide network of 120 experts continues to uncover collector coin issues never before published. For the collector or simply the researcher attempting to identify world coins, this is the perfect single source. AUTHOR: Market Analyst Thomas Michael has served as director of world coin values for all of Krause Publications' world coin catalogs for the past 30 years. Equipped with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and Master of Arts degree in economics, Michael, who has a lifelong passion for numismatics, has played a critical role in the creation of more than 100 industry-leading references. SELLING POINTS: * The most complete and comprehensive reference to collecting World Coins from 1901-2000 in the world with 60K actual-size images for easy identification and globally accepted KM reference numbers which is critical for identification. * A massive catalog that includes one million accurate coin prices and current market values for coins in at least 5 grades, empowering the reader to make informed buying or selling decisions and many new or updated mintage figures with newly discovered types and dates throughout. * Now features MS65 and PR65 values for much of the catalog. * Large amount of new world mint issues in Western Europe with the continued expansion of the European Union, as well as the aggressive US Mint marketing programs, has inspired substantial growth in the collector base. 60000 b/w photographs
"Massive in scope and encyclopedic in detail, [this book] provides the most comprehensive reference to 20th century coins on the market."
"60,000 actual-size illustrations"--Cover.
The most universally accepted book on world coins with the most up to date pricing - it's the one you need 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. With few exceptions, the values stated in this 38th edition have risen over those in previous catalogs. From researchers to collectors to dealers, everyone counts on this single reference. The Standard Catalog of® World Coins has been the hobby's central information source for nearly 40 years.Within these covers, you will find that each coin listing provides: • Up-to-date values listed by date and grade • Universal KM reference number • Clear descriptions of obverse and reverse designs Coins struck in gold, platinum, palladium and silver offer the following ideal information for charting a course in this turbulent precious metals market: • Total coin weight • Fineness • Actual precious metal weight The Standard Catalog of® World Coins is the coin catalog you've come to depend on and the one you can trust for the best in world numismatics.
This second volume of Gyllenbok's encyclopaedia of historical metrology comprises the first part of the compendium of measurement systems and currencies of all sovereign states of the modern World (A-I). Units of measurement are of vital importance in every civilization through history. Since the early ages, man has through necessity devised various measures to assist him in everyday life. They have enabled and continue to enable us to trade in commonly and equitably understood amounts, and to investigate, understand, and control the chemical, physical, and biological processes of the natural world. The encyclopeadia will be of use not only to historians of science and technology, but also to economic and social historians and should be in every major academic and national library as standard reference work on the topic.
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