We walked into our monthly numismatics division business update meeting on Thursday and there it was, strategically placed on the front table.
The 2014 Standard Catalog of World Coins 1901-2000, 41st Edition had just arrived. At 2,400 pages it was big and it was beautiful.
It is the annual testament to the work of Krause Publications editor George Cuhaj and market analyst Tom Michael who catalog the latest market values for hundreds of thousands of coins. With the help of contributors worldwide, they update coin prices, add new photographs and expand identification details.
This is the book that makes me proud. It continues the groundbreaking work of Chet Krause and Clifford Mishler to present to the collector of world coins a reference work unrivaled in its breadth or work.
My bookshelves are filled with numismatic literature. But every year, when this granddaddy of all price guides arrives, it sits on my desk, big, beautiful and bold. And it makes me proud.
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Additional Feature: 50,000 Black & White Illustrations Paperback
Author/Editor: George S. Cuhaj & Thomas Michael
Trim Size: 8.25 x 10.88
Number of Pages: 2,400