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There are quite a few different Valuation Guides available to choose from so we divided them into 4 sub categories. Some Valuation Guides are just for U.S. Coins or U.S. Currency while others may have both Values for Coins as well as Currency. This also holds true for the valuation guides for World Coins and World Currency. There are also Specialized Valuation guides like the ones for Canadian Coins or Canadian Colonial Tokens and Error Currency.
Choose the Valuation that will best fit your specific needs. Valuation guides are a great source for information pertaining to all facets of coins and coin collecting in general.
Also be sure to take a look at our newest selection of Specialized Numismatic Literature which also contains some Valuation Guides for World Coins that are not listed below!
Whitman Encyclopedia of Mexican Money, Volume I By: Don and Lois Bailey The Illustrated History of Mexican Coins and Currency will be the first book in a four-volume series written by the award-winning scholars Don and Lois Bailey with the cooperation of collectors, dealers, museum curators and governments officials.
Charlton Standard Catalogue Of Canadian Coin Volume One, Numismatic Issues 2015 - 69th. Edition
This is the most comprehensive guide to coins used in Canada from 1600 to the present. Also covers Foreign coins utilized in Canada, local pre-decimal coins, specimen coins, test tokens, patterns, trial pieces and official fabrications are all examined.
Charlton Standard Catalogue of Canadian Coins,Volume Two, Collector and Maple Leaf Issues 5th. Edition, 2015 W.K. Cross
"The fifth edition of Canadian Coins, Volume 2, Collector and Maple Leaf Issues is the only authorative catalogue on the Royal Canadian Mint collector issues on the market today. The 5th edition which lists the most current and up-to-date listing of bullion Maple Leaf issues, was released at the Royal Canadian Numismatic Convention in August 2014."
The Official Blackbook Price Guide to World Coins 2014 is an indispensable, easy-to-use sourcebook for collectors. Filled with the most current values and the latest market reports, this guide has all the information you need to become a knowledgeable collector. Features Include: Listing for coins from over fifty countries. Hundreds of photos for easy identification. An updated market review that traces current trends in collecting and investing. Valuable information on mint errors. Extensive information on buying, selling and grading coins at auctions, online, and through the mail.
Standard Catalog of German Coins 1501-Present - 3rd Edition
With this exceptional third edition you get the most complete catalog of details, current values and photographs of German coins, anywhere. In this single volume you will find German coins of the last 500 years, including the newest releases and latest discoveries.
Batty’s Descriptive Catalogue of the Copper Coinage of Great Britain, Ireland, British Isles, and Colonies - A MUST FOR COLLECTORS OF 19TH CENTURY CANADIAN COPPER COINAGE! If you collect Canadian Colonial Tokens, Province of Canada or Dominion of Canada Large Cents your library is not complete without a reprint of Batty’s Canadian Copper Coinage. D. T. Batty was a prolific cataloguer of English and Colonial copper coinage. Beginning in 1868 and continuing until his death in 1896, Batty authored four volumes, with over 1,300 pages on copper coinage.
Dominion of Canada Die Varieties of Edward VII and George V Large Cents
This is the third in a series of four monographs on the die varieties of large bronze cents used in Canada between 1858 and 1936. Monograph No. 3 covers the period 1902 to 1920 for the Dominion of Canada large cents of Edward VII and George V. Eighty-six pages of tables and images illustrating easily recognizable varieties. The more complicated varieties are described in text for the advanced specialist.
The Early Dated Coins of Europe 1234-1500 - By Robert A. Levinson
Robert Levinson's new and comprehensive work, The Early Dated Coins of Europe, 1234-1500 is an indispensable work on the topic of early dated coinage. For decades the only similar work has been Frey's Dated European Coinage Prior to 1501. Levinson's new book on the subject is far superior and has corrected the errors, removed the duplicate listings in Frey’s work, and expanded the number of coins catalogued and described to over 1,000 distinct types and numerous more subtypes and variants. If collecting medieval coinage is your thing you need this book!
Modern World Coins - By R. S. Yoeman
The 14th edition of R. S Yeoman's classic guide book has been fully updated with new photographs and retail valuations by coin type, in up to four grade levels. Editor Arthur Friedberg and his team of experts from around the globe provide an accurate snapshot of the exciting world-coin market.
Coins & Currency Of The Middle East - By Tom Michael & George S. Cuhaj
World news and events of the last 25 years are helping create a popular new market in collecting. This one-of-a-kind guide covers the coins, currency and military-related collectibles from the Middle East, in an intriguing and easy-to-follow format.
Charlton Standard Catalogue Of Canadian Colonial Tokens
This is the most comprehensive guide to public and privately issued Canadian Colonial Tokens from 1794 to 1867 that were issued to alleviate the constant shortage of change that plagued British North America.
Canadian Colonial Tokens By W. K. Cross
Canadian Colonial Tokens 6th Edition Revised and updated, was released January 5, 2007. This popular spiral bound catalogue again shows growth in size, besides an upward movement in pricing. To the 6th edition we have added fifty new tokens covering sections on Bridge, Fur Trade, Merchant and Transportation tokens. Early Bout de I'lsle Bridge tokens, the Hudson Bay tokens of 1857 and the Northwest Company tokens of 1820 are just a few of the new listings incorporated into this edition.
Coins Of England & The United Kingdom - By Spink
Coins of England and the United Kingdom remains the only single-volume reference work which features every major coin type from Celtic to the present day with complete market values for every coin type listed. It is an essential guide for beginners and serious numismatists alike.
Gold Coins of the World - By Friedberg
From Ancient times to the present this fully illustrated standard catalog is complete with current valuations. The preface of the book is written in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. This book also features such useful information as: Weights and measures. The Islamic calendar. Foreign language numerals. General references and a Geographical index. This is a "must have" book for the serious collector of World Gold coins.
Illustrated Guide To World Coins And Their Values - By Unitrade
World Coins And Their Values is an illustrated guide to the coins circulated by more than 210 countries, principalities, kingdoms, sheikdoms and other issuing authorities worldwide. More than 3,000 coin types can be identified by comparing your coins to the illustrations. This is an excellent book for identifying and evaluating those dresser-drawer accumulations of world coins that so many of us have stashed away.
Japanese Coinage - By Norman Jacobs
This is an excellent reference on Japanese coinage covering coins from 1591 to 1945 with a profusion of black and white photos, inscriptions, translations & readings to assist the collector to know what coin he has. This book also includes a monetary history and catalogue of coinage of Japan, modern Korea & Manchukuo. Scholarly & comprehensive with identification table of coin dates from A.D. 1870-1945.
Collecting World Coins 1901 to Present - By Thomas Michael and George S. Cuhaj
The most comprehensive catalog to 20th and 21st century circulating world coins is back, and fully updated! This 13th new edition contains listings and more than 18,500 detailed coin illustrations of the coins that jingle in pocket during the day and are left on the dresser at night. The country-by-country organization of this book makes it easy to find the countries and coins you are most interested in, while you use the illustrations to accurately identifying coins and spot the design differences between similar issues.
Krause Standard Catalog of World Coins 1601-1700
This seventeenth century Standard Catalog of World Coins represents a combination of thirty years of research, data accumulation, photography and persistence in providing a single, comprehensive catalog to which collectors can turn. The casual collector, specialist and dealer alike are provided with the latest information on market valuations reflecting our expanded database for the era of world coinage history.
Krause Standard Catalog of World Coins 1701-1800
This 18th Century Standard Catalog of World Coins represents a combination of over 30 years of research, data accumulation, photography and persistence in providing a single comprehensive catalog to which collectors can turn. The specialist, collector and dealer alike are provided with the latest information on market valuations reflecting our vastly improved database for this period of world coinage history.
Krause Standard Catalog of World Coins 1801-1900
The Standard Catalog of World Coins 1801-1900 is the most complete one-volume reference for 19th century coinage. It brings you circulation strikes, commemoratives, patterns, trial strikes, essais, coin-like medallic issues, important token issues and more. Whether you're a specialist or dealer, you need to keep pace with the hobby. That's why we include market values for each coin in up to four grades of preservation. These updated values, mintage figures, historical notes and other useful resources will keep you on track.
Krause Standard Catalog of World Coins 1901 to 2000
In a coin market that is always changing it's good to have a reference catalog that not only helps you survive the changes, but also helps your coin collection thrive. That's what 2013 Standard Catalog of World Coins 1901-2000 does, and does well. This top-selling coin guide contains nearly 1 million values for coins minted around the world, between 1901 and 2000.With few exceptions, the values stated in this new 39th edition have risen from those of previous cases, and in some cases, the values have increased substantially – based on market demands. In addition to current values, this book also contains 60,000 actual-size illustrations of coins – including the front and back (obverse and reverse). These illustrations are great for helping to accurately identify coins – which is an essential part of grading and pricing your coins. *2013, 40th. edition includes CD-ROM, sorry the printed catalog does not include coins from Spain and a few other countries.- We have acquired the missing pages from the publisher and have then available in PDF format!
Krause Standard Catalog of World Coins 2001 to Date
This expanded 8th Edition of the 2014 Standard Catalog of World Coins 2001-Date brings you up-to-date and accurate values for a vast selection of the most recent coins produced and sold by today's World Mints, Central Banks and their distributors. The 8th edition has well over 100 additional pages of new listings of exciting new issue coinage and extensive value revisions reflecting the burgeoning market for modern commemorative precious metal coins.
Krause Standard Catalog of World Coins Spain, Portugal and the New World
Spain, Portugal and the New World Standard Catalog of World Coins (Chester Krause, Clifford Mishler.) There are 26 countries and territories covered in this book, including Argentina, Azores, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic / Santo Domingo, Central American Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Madeira Islands, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Krause Unusual World Coins - 4th Edition
Coin collectors who just can’t locate listings for those odd or novelty coins in their collections will find them in this long-awaited edition of Unusual World Coins! This book has coverage of over 400 years of micro-nation coinage, fantasy issues (such as Middle Earth – Lord of the Rings), medieval fair coinage, historical fantasy and pretender issues. There are also new listings for experimental Euro coins tested prior to conversion and medallic Euro coins from non-Euro countries.
Krause Unusual World Coins - 5th Edition
This newly-revised and updated fifth edition of Unusual World Coins is a collector's favorite, with all the details about those mysterious "coin" issues from the realms of Fantasy, the borders of Micro-Nations, the halls of the Exiled Royalty, the shady backrooms of imitators, and the creative minds of numismatic entrepreneurs and promoters documenting the shores of islands and outer space as yet undiscovered.
North American Coins & Prices - By Harper
With more than 200 years combined experience in the coin collecting hobby, the analysts and editors of the North American Coins & Prices are the experts you should turn to for all your pricing and identification needs. This is the only single book to cover United States, Canada and Mexico coinage in one handy volume.
Warman's Coins & Paper Money
As a value and identification guide Warman's Coins & Paper Money covers ancient, medieval, and modern coins, paper money, art medals, bank checks, commemoratives, mint sets and tokens all in one handy resource.
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