Standard Catalog of World Coins 1801-1900 ( 8th ed), e-book


Pages: 1298, e-book, PDF format, downloadable file

The 19th Century witnessed the emergence of some of the most beloved coins in the annals of world monetary history. This is evident through the numerous high-profile auctions held worldwide, where these classic coins have commanded record-breaking prices and heightened the demand for these numismatic treasures. The Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1801-1900, has been meticulously crafted to cater to the needs of researchers, collectors, auctioneers, and dealers who are captivated by the extensive range of coins minted during this pivotal era.

Building upon over four decades of unwavering commitment to the hobby, the Standard Catalog of World Coins curates and verifies data sourced from a network of over 140 esteemed experts worldwide. This dedication has solidified its position as the most esteemed and relied-upon resource in the realm of numismatics. Boasting a collection of 27,500 true-to-life coin images, this volume encompasses all mint-issued coins from across the globe, including tokens, patterns, sets, and more.

Organized alphabetically by country, each coin listing offers:

Up-to-date values are categorized by date, variety, and grade.
Universal KM reference numbers for easy cross-referencing.
Detailed descriptions of both obverse and reverse designs.
Crystal-clear images facilitate swift identification.
Furthermore, coins struck in gold, platinum, and silver receive comprehensive treatment, including:

Precise data on total coin weight.
Information on fineness.
Actual precious metal weight, providing essential details for discerning collectors.
Delve into the world of coinage from the 19th century and enrich your numismatic knowledge with the Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1801-1900, the ultimate reference for those seeking to explore this fascinating era in global monetary history.