A Higher Grade of Reference The 2016 Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1901-2000 provides the most compelling and complete catalog to 20th century coins available. As the market shifts to a greater emphasis on higher quality coins, Standard Catalog of World Coins now reflects that demand by expanding values for coins of superior condition. For the first time in the more than 40-year history of the reference, this massive guide now features MS65 values for much of the catalog With more values for PF63 and PF65 than ever before as well, you will discover higher-grade values for most circulating coins throughout the catalog supported and vetted by a worldwide network of numismatic experts. Substantial in size, scope and detail, Standard Catalog of World Coins offers invaluable information to the beginning or serious collector, researcher, academician, or coin dealer specializing in 20th century coins. Extensive yet easily managed, the catalog is organized by country, with each listing providing: * Current values for coins listed by date, mintmark and grade* Globally accepted KM reference numbers* Clear descriptions and invaluable detailWhat's more, coins minted in silver, gold, platinum and palladium offer information for navigating the often turbulent precious metals market, including:* Total coin weight* Fineness* Actual precious metal weightFor more than four decades, the Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1901-2000 has made it possible to invest with confidence in a hobby offering such a rich reward.
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George S. Cuhaj has served the Krause Publications numismatic staff for 20 years. Before becoming an editor with the Standard Catalog of World Coin series he worked for the American Numismatic Society and as a cataloger for Stack's Rare Coins, both of New York City. Cuhaj is past president of the American Medallic Sculpture Association and his art medal creations have been show internationally. Thomas Michael has served as a market analyst for 25 years at Krause Publications, which holds a reputation for creating the world's best-selling coin books. Michael holds a bachelor's of arts degree in history and a mast of arts degree in economics.