By George S. Cuhaj, Thomas Michael
This hugely elevated sixth variation of the 2012 regular Catalog of worldwide cash 2001-Date brings you recent and actual values for an enormous choice of the newest cash produced and bought by way of today's global Mints, valuable Banks and their vendors. The sixth variation is 24 percentage better, with a hundred and forty four extra pages of interesting new factor coinage and large worth revisions reflecting the burgeoning marketplace for glossy commemorative valuable steel cash. Housed in those pages of amassed wisdom you are going to find:
• present marketplace values
• KM identity numbers
• actual mintage figures
• unique descriptions
• Photographic images
• metal and different compositions
• worthwhile steel weights
Covering a number of present coin matters including:
• Commemorative cash of artistic shapes, sizes, colours, compositions and textures
• well known silver and gold commemorative cash at present emerging in worth
• movement cash struck in sturdy metals for consistent day-by-day use
• leading edge cash produced in acrylic or website hosting priceless gem stones
About the Editors
George S. Cuhaj is a 17-year veteran of the Krause courses numismatic catalog employees, a former cataloger for Stack's infrequent cash, and is a common teacher on the American Numismatic Association's summer time Seminars. Thomas Michael serves as marketplace analyst for Krause Publications' international coin catalogs and has greater than two decades of expertise studying and reporting on international coin costs and marketplace traits.
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