Utilizing a worldwide network of coin experts, the Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1801-1900, 9th Edition, provides authoritative and comprehensive coverage of a remarkable age. Completely vetted and updated, this incomparable reference offers encyclopedic coin listings and current market prices, proving once again to be the optimal tool for serious collectors, researchers, dealers, and auction houses. This is the latest edition, released in March 2019.
Showcasing an incredible 27,500 actual-size images, the volume covers all mint-issue coins, as well as tokens, patterns, sets, and more.
New rarities at auction are among the many discoveries influencing the values and delighting collectors. We are confident you will enjoy discovering numismatic treasures – some anticipated and some unexpected – throughout various regions of the world in the Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1801-1900, 9th edition.
Each coin listing provides:
Current values listed by date, variety, and grade
Universal KM reference number
Detailed descriptions of obverse and reverse designs
Clear images to aid in identification
Coins struck in gold, platinum, and silver are detailed with:
Total coin weight
Actual precious metal weight
About the Editors
Market analyst Thomas Michael has served as director of world coin values for all of Krause Publications’ world coin catalogs for 30 years. Equipped with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history, a Master of Arts degree in economics, and a lifelong passion for numismatics, Michael has played a critical role in the creation of more than 100 industry-leading references.
Tracy L. Schmidt worked for several years in the numismatics auction business before joining the Numismatics team at Krause Publications. Schmidt has an extensive editorial background in the field and serves as the lead editor for a number of critically important reference catalogs.
Authors: Thomas Michael, Tracy L. Schmidt
File/Trim Size: 8.25″ x 10.875″
Number Of Pages:1,296