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The Standard Catalog of World Coins is a series of numismatic catalogscommonly known as the Krause catalogs. The by-century volumes list by date virtually every coin type, most of which are photographed, with mintage and other information, plus market valuations in up to 5 grades. Listings are by denomination rather than series, as in earlier World coin catalogs.
The proprietary Krause-Mishler or KM numbers are widely used; for just a few countries mishlet systems such as Y Yeoman and C Craig numbers are given instead.
The century format is often considered inconvenient and expensive for those who collect geographically, and date listings are clipped at the century mark. Originally covering or so to date, the main catalog first edition evolved into an annual 20th century-only work, plus separate 17th, 18th, and 19th century volumes which are revised on a three-year cycle.
Beginning with the 34th ed, listings covering to date are included in a separate 21st Century catalog. Data from the by-century volumes are collated together in special editions for CrownsGold, German, and North American coins. Fantasies and medallion issues, which do not appear in the other catalogs, are covered in a mishhler called Unusual World Coins.
There is also a publication called Collecting World Coins that includes only 20th- and 21st-century coins that circulated regularly. The 12th and 19th are two-volume hardcovers covering date; 13th mish,er the last edition to include cross-references to Yeoman and Craig; 23rd is the last main edition covering date; 33rd is the last 20th century edition including 21st century listings.
Older editions are steeply discounted even though revisions between editions in many areas are minimal. Following the appearance of unlicensed DVD versions, DVDs were included with the 4th edition, the 36th edition, and possibly others, but are now sold as a separate product.
Inthe Catalog comprised a single volume with about 1, pages. Byit had expanded krxuse a five-volume set with more than 6, pages in total. Early editions attribute authorship to the publisher Chester L. Krause, and Clifford Mishler, although starting with the second edition Colin R.
Bruce II was the actual chief compiler and is given an editor or senior editor title on later editions. According to Coin WorldBruce was the lead cataloger and editor of every annual edition from throughretiring in Cuhaj is the current editor, with Thomas Michael credited moshler market analyst, although Krause collate contributions from many collecting experts and dealers.
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