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Standard Catalog Of World Coins 1601-1700
     

Standard Catalog Of World Coins 1601-1700

by Colin R Bruce, Thomas Michael
 

Easy Reference for Identification and Current Value Conversion

This all-new 2nd edition of seventeenth century Standard Catalog of World Coins represents a combination of thirty years of research, data accumulation, photography and persistence in providing a single, comprehensive catalog to which collectors can turn.

The casual collector,

Overview

Easy Reference for Identification and Current Value Conversion

This all-new 2nd edition of seventeenth century Standard Catalog of World Coins represents a combination of thirty years of research, data accumulation, photography and persistence in providing a single, comprehensive catalog to which collectors can turn.

The casual collector, specialist and dealer alike are provided with the latest information on market valuations reflecting our expanded database for this era of world coinage history.

  • Illustrated instant identifiers
  • Standard international numeral systems
  • Grading terminology and abbreviations
  • Glossary of legend abbreviations
  • Precious metal weights of coins
  • Hejira date conversion chart
  • Mint index
  • Coin denomination index
  • Chart of coin sizes
  • Foreign exchange rates
  • Cross-referenced country index
  • Over 24,500 actual size coin photos

World coin market values in up to four grades of preservation

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780896897083
Publisher:
Krause Publications
Publication date:
12/08/2008
Pages:
1488
Product dimensions:
8.20(w) x 10.80(h) x 3.00(d)

Meet the Author

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

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