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KP Introduces New Pricing Series
the coins of germanyBy Numismatic News
April 23, 2009
the coins of germany

Country and region specific digital coin price guides are now available from Krause Publications.

The new Coins of the World line is a series of electronic downloads housing the trusted Standard Catalog of World Coins information in a new way. The products are available exclusively at Krause's recently launched online store, ShopNumisMaster.com.

Collectors of 20th century world coins are now able to obtain smaller, geographically focused coin listings and market prices tailored to their areas of interest. Coins of the World downloads are affordably priced, starting at $7.99 up to $12.99, depending on the volume of information selected.

"Our Standard Catalogs contain coin data on more than 500 distinct geographic locations, but we realize many collectors may only want information on a handful of those," said World Coin News editor Maggie Stigsell. "The Coins of the World series gives collectors more options in how they access our Standard Catalog of World Coins listings."

When customers purchase a Coins of the World download from ShopNumisMaster.com, they receive a PDF file that allows them to enlarge on-screen images or print pages for portable access. As an added advantage over the printed catalog, the digital products are fully indexed and searchable.

Listings by country are Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Russia, China and Mexico. Geographic bundle packages cover North Africa, Southern Africa, Central America and North Eastern Europe. All coin issues are from 1901-2000.

Following this initial launch, the product line will be expanded to cover more countries, regions and dates.

The Coins of the World series, as well as other coin and paper money resources, can be viewed and purchased at ShopNumisMaster.com.





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Comments
On April 28, 2009 Paul Garner said
This was something that I suggested to Krause Publications many years ago when I was an Editor for them.  Welcome to the 21st Century Chet!!!
On April 28, 2009 Steve said
Are you aware the Netherlands minted a 25 CENTS SILVER COIN in 1944 while under German rule? I'm surprised that coin isn't worth more than its precious metal weight.

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