This massively expanded 6th Edition of the 2012 Standard Catalog of World Coins 2001-Date brings you up-to-date and accurate values for a vast selection of the most recent coins produced and sold by today's World Mints, Central Banks and their distributors. The 6th edition is 24 percent larger, with 144 additional pages of exciting new issue coinage and extensive value revisions reflecting the burgeoning market for modern commemorative precious metal coins. Housed in these pages of accumulated knowledge you will find:
- Current market values
- KM identification numbers
- Accurate mintage figures
- Detailed descriptions
- Photographic images
- Metallic and other compositions
- Precious metal weights
Covering a variety of current coin issues including:
- Commemorative coins of inventive shapes, sizes, colors, compositions and textures
- Popular silver and gold commemorative coins currently rising in value
- Circulation coins struck in durable metals for constant daily use
- Innovative coins produced in acrylic or hosting precious gems
About the Editors
George S. Cuhaj is a 17-year veteran of the Krause Publications numismatic catalog staff, a former cataloger for Stack's Rare Coins, and is a frequent instructor at the American Numismatic Association's Summer Seminars. Thomas Michael serves as market analyst for Krause Publications' world coin catalogs and has more than 20 years of experience researching and reporting on world coin prices and market trends.
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About the Author
George S. Cuhaj is a former cataloger for both Stack's Auction House in New York and the American Numismatic Society, and also serves as editor of the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money series.
Thomas Michael has performed in-depth price analysis on nearly 90 world and U.S. coin catalogs for the KP numismatic book line or nearly 21 years.