Publisher Scott Tappa forwarded the following press release about the latest new titles in Krause Publications' Coins of the World digital price guide series. -Editor Following the successful launch of Krause Publications’ Coins of the World line, an electronic series of smaller, geographically focused coin listings and market prices based on content from the trusted Standard Catalog of World Coins, comes an expanded variety of products. This latest round of downloadable PDFs is available exclusively at KP’s online store, ShopNumisMaster.com.
“The enthusiastic response we received following the Coins of the World debut showed us that collectors want the authoritative content from the Standard Catalogs in a tailored, easy-to-use format,” said Maggie Stigsell, editor of World Coin News. “This spurred us to offer an expanded product line to meet the needs of even more collectors.”
The latest listings by country are France, Poland, Australia, Portugal, Netherlands, Austria, Spain, Greece, Israel and Italy/San Marino/Vatican. The newest geographic bundle packages cover Scandinavian countries, South Pacific Islands, Caribbean Islands, Central Asia, East Asia and coins of the Pobjoy Mint.
All Coins of the World downloads are affordably priced, starting at $7.99 up to $14.99, depending on the volume of information included.
When a customer purchases 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 electronic products are fully indexed and searchable.
More additions to the series -- covering more countries, regions and dates -- are planned for the near future.
The Coins of the World series, as well as other coin and paper money resources, can be viewed and purchased at www.ShopNumisMaster.com
Scott Tappa adds:
This is another way we are attempting to make our content available in whatever way coin collectors prefer to consume it. We are always looking for ways to expand our offerings in ShopNumisMaster — suggestions welcome!
Our 99th mail-bid sale of numismatic literatures features part two of selections from the library of Valerie Renee Nickles (and other consignors). Highlights include:
- Lot A20 - Ebeneezer Mason - "Smith Cabinet I".
- Lot A29 - B. Max Mehl - "James Ten Eyck" with 6 plates.
- Lot C39 - A. M. Smith - "Visitor's Guide....US Mint (Philadelphia).
- Lot E24 - Aloiss Heiss - "Monedas Hispano-Cristianas" reprints.
- Lot E36 - Richard Long - "Gold Coins of the Early Mexican Republic".
- Lot E49 - R. Walsh - 1828 - "Ancient Coins, Medals, and Gems".
- Lot F70 - Wong Hon Sum - "Currency of Japanese Occupation of Malaysia".
- Lot G19 - R. S. Yeoman - "Redbook" - the NLG Bash Edition.
- Lot J17 - Stack's - a complete set of "Numismatic Review" housed in a hand-crafted box with gilt title. Edited by T.O.Mabbott, these are rich in information.
The closing date of the sale is July 28, 2009 at 5:00 PM (EDT) and the full catalog may be viewed at www.lakebooks.com/current.html
Wayne Homren, Editor
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