This summer has been very busy.
I have been out to the ANA summer seminar. In the office I have been working on the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, General Issues, 12th edition. That volume for the first time will be fully electronic, thus our four year behind-the-scene project of getting some 50,000 paper money images into a digital format will see the light of day! The user of the book will see sharper images as illustrations, with more even tone.
The Book will also be released with a bound-in DVD.
My other summer project has been assisting with the editing of the 17th Century World Coin Catalog. This product is also a first pass thru on the digital production method, so there is always extra items to be careful about (mis-labeled images seem to come to mind).
Tuesday, I leave for 5 days in Baltimore at the ANA's World's Fair of Money, the national convention. I will be at the Krause Publications table most of the week, as well as doing a stint as an exhibit judge, and participation in a few of the educational talks.
Stop by and say hi!