Twenty-first Century Wonders
Creativity abounds in the modern collectible coin market. The Standard Catalog of World Coins, 2001-Date, 9th Edition, brings this inspiration and inventiveness from today's World Mints, Central Banks and their distributors to light in the finest such resource on the market.
Working with a team of 100 experts worldwide, the editors at Krause Publications produce an exhaustingly thorough and complete catalog rich with new issue coinage and value revisions reflecting this fast-paced and exciting market.
The market is witnessing strong prices for more low-mintage modern commemoratives. Special packaging, remarkable construction and broadly popular themes are bringing 21st Century commemoratives to a wider collecting population, while smaller mintages are ensuring stronger long term support for higher values.
Inside you will find:
- Current market valuations
- Universally accepted KM identification numbers
- Detailed descriptions and updated mintages
- Thousands of new listings
- For the first time numeric grades for all types
- The addition of PF63 and PF65 grades
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About the Author
George S. Cuhaj has been on the editorial staff of the Standard Catalog of World Coins and the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money for 20 years. He is lead editor for the on-line product NumisMaster, cataloging new issues, as well as Canadian Coin Digest and the Standard Catalog of United States Paper Money, among others. He was formerly cataloger for the American Numismatic Society and Stack's Rare Coins, both of New York City.
Thomas Michael holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and a Master of Arts degree in economics and has maintained the world coin values in all Krause Publications' world coin references for over 25 years. His interest in Numismatics stretches back to childhood and has lead him to be a part of the production of more than 100 price guides, many of them award winning.