A Catalog of Modern World Coins, 1850-1964
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The 14th edition of R.S Yeoman's classic guide book has been fully updated with new photographs and retail valuations by coin type, in up to four grade levels. Editor Arthur Friedberg and his team of experts from around the globe provide an accurate snapshot of the exciting world-coin market. This handy volume is perfect for today's hobby: small enough to easily hold, carry, and read, but packed with photos, data, and valuations---the high-quality content and design that have made Whitman Publishing a hobby leader since the 1930s. "Who Should Read A Catalog of Modern World Coins?", Collectors looking for an accurate book on world coins, New hobbyists attracted to coins by the recent hot market, Dealers looking for a convenient type-coin guide - "OFEC" (One From Every Country) coin collectors, U.S. coin collectors looking to branch out into an interesting new field, Token and medal collectors intrigued by the connection to world coinage, Casual collectors and travelers with unidentified coins from other countries. "What Will I Find Inside?", A complete listing of coins of all countries from 1850 to the mid-1960s, Each type and date of coin grouped in chronological order, High-quality images in actual size, for quick identification, Retail values for circulated, Uncirculated, and Proof coins, Individual listings of rare and significant dates, with valuations, The official Y-number catalog system used to identify all world coin types. Binding: Paperback Edition: 14th Publication Date: 2008 Size: 6x9 Pages: 522
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