The 6th edition of the Standard Catalog of World Coins 2001-Date was put on the market with a $44.99 retail price by Krause Publications.
This latest edition has grown from the prior edition by 150 pages to 744, said editor George Cuhaj.
Fueling the massive growth are new bullion coin issues serving the investor market as well as new collector issues created and sold by the world’s mints.
More than 2,000 new types and issues swelled the page count, Cuhaj explained.
Recent increases in the price of precious metals drastically affected coin prices.
“Almost every coin struck with silver or gold content experienced significant change in value for this year’s new 6th edition of the Standard Catalog of World Coins 2001-Date,” said numismatic market analyst Tom Michael.
The book provides background about each country’s monetary history and features 10,000 actual-size coin illustrations.
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