Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1701-1800 (Paperback)
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- #2017: 2017 Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1901-2000 (Paperback): This item is not available.
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- #2019: Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1601-1700 (Paperback): $90.00
- #2020: 2020 Standard Catalog of World Coins 1901-2000 (Paperback): $80.00
THE Reference to 18th Century Coins Exploration and colonization were the hallmarks of the 18th century. Changes in the European landscape during this period provide today's collector with a vibrant and expansive world of exciting possibilities. The Standard Catalog of World Coins 1701-1800 offers you the opportunity to connect with the coins from this exciting era of global expansion. Showcasing more than 28,500 coin types with detailed descriptions, and expert market analysis, this new edition provides researchers, collectors and dealers the most complete one-source reference to this marvelous century of coinage. With input from more than 70 international coin experts and 50 auction houses worldwide, this new seventh edition offers listings from more than 600 issuing geographical locations to bring this important phase in world coinage to you. The new edition features: - Completely vetted and revised values
- Full coin descriptions
- Accurate weights and measures
- 27,00 images for quick identification
- Significant prices changes for Italian States, German States, Scandinavia, British Colonial, Russia, France, Hungary, Transylvania, Austria and Cut and Countermarked coins.
The Standard Catalog of World Coins 1701-1800 is the coin catalog you've come to depend on and the one you can trust for the best in world numismatics. Add this new edition to your library today.
About the Author
Market analyst Thomas Michael has served as director of world coin values for all of Krause Publications' world coin catalogs for the past 29 years. With a lifelong passion for numismatics, Michael has played a critical role in the creation of more than 100 industry-leading references.