Standard Catalog Of World Paper Money, General ...
Completely revised and updated from the previous edition, the new ninth edition clearly identifies, describes and applies market value to prices and evaluates world paper money from 1368 to 1960 released by more than 230 note-issuing authorities.You'll get:Accurate pricing for 18,500 international notes in 3 grades on condition
Massive, comprehensive market valuation adjustments
5,200 + original photos with countless quality upgrades
Enhanced note and color descriptions - allows you to quickly decipher intricate variety nuancesPlus, the entire list of countries and notes has been reviewed, and where necessary, resequenced, reorganized and reedited so every not appears in proper chronological order of issue. The Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, Volume II, General Issues has never been easier to use!
Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, General ...
The Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, General Issues, 1368-1960 remains the most comprehensive reference of its kind on the market. With input from more than 75 worldwide contributors and auction houses, the 15th edition of this impressive catalog again proves to be the single-source volume for listings, identification and values of nationally used bank notes.
Featuring nearly 600 years of bank notes from more than 230 issuing authorities worldwide, the catalog includes:27,500 bank note varieties with values in three grades of preservation
More than 12,000 images to assist in easy identification
Easy to follow charts to aid in prompt cataloging
Current and completely vetted valuations from more than 75 contributors and auction houses
Grand in scope and size, the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, General Issues, 1368-1960 provides everything needed for proper identification and evaluation of your world bank notes in today''s growing market.
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