World coin values
2012 Standard Catalog of World Coins 1901 – 2000
World coin values is something that changes on such a regular basis that it’s hard to keep up with the latest coin values. As a metal detectorist and coin collector, I am always interested in the value of coins in general and the metal detecting coin finds made with my Minelab Explorer XS. I don’t normally sell any of my finds but it’s good to know the possible value and any information about the coins I find while metal detecting and the coins I collect.
I am sure there are many places that you could research the value of world coins and coins in general for that matter. For me, I find the Standard Catalog of World Coins a great resource, both for general information and world coin values. A book for coin collectors, dealers and metal detectorists.
If you are familiar with the Standard Catalog of World Coins you will know the books are a fair size, with my latest world coins book being over three inches thick and packed with information.
The latest coin catalogue I have in front of me is the 2012 Standard Catalog of World Coins 1901 – 2000′ the 39th edition. World coin values galore in this 3 inch thick coin reference book.
The coin world is massive and this coin book only deals with coin between the dates of 1901-2000′ but that’s ideal for some of my metal detecting coin finds and other coins I have added to my collection recently.
What do you get with the 2012 Standard Catalog of World Coins 1901 – 2000′ the 39th edition.
A book that stands over three inches thick and with 60,000 actual size coin illustrations, which make it one of the best selling coin books on the Market today.
Books like this help coin collectors make sense of an ever changing Market and this recent coin book has information compiled from data provided by over 100 experts from around the world. It also taps into and gathers information from a variety of Internet sources including popular auction websites which helps to male sure the world coin values are as accurate as possible, given such a fluctuating Market.
This particular catalog has shown that with few exceptions, the world coins values stated in the catalogue have risen over those prices in previous world coin catalogues with a number of coins having their values increased substantially. Very good news for coin collectors and metal detectorists.
The 2012 Standard Catalog of World Coins 1901 – 2000′ the 39th edition, is a useful tool for coin identification and value for researchers, coin collectors, delears to metal detectorists and many count these reference coin books as the hobbys most reliable central resource for nearly 40 years.
Within the pages of the coin book you can expect to find the following
- 60,000 actual size illustrations, fantastic for coin identification purposes.
- Up-to-date values listed by date and grade
- Universal KM reference number
- Clear description of obverse and reverse designs
- Coins struck in gold, platinum, palladium and silver offer great information for charting a course in the precious metals market including total coin weight, fineness and actual precious metal weight.
Conclusion and a book worth having
The 2012 Standard Catalog of World Coins 1901 – 2000′ the 39th edition is a coin catalog you can depend on and a great source of world coin values, with over 40 years of these reference coin catalogues being at the heart of the hobby. From coin collectors to metal detectorist these books are a valuable source of information and coin values. And will certainly be on the shelf with my coin metal detector finds.