A new edition of of the Standard Catalog of Ecuadorian Coins
by Dale Seppa and Michael J. Anderson is scheduled for release in January.
Here's the prepublication announcement.
Standard Catalog of
A Checklist and Compendium
By Dale Seppa and Michael J.
Anderson. Heavy card covers 4.5” (115
mm) by 8.5” (215 mm), 136 pages.
Many items are priced generally based
on recent auction results. The book is
extensively illustrated with high
quality drawings and photos.
Scheduled for official release January
1st, 2021. If books are ready before
then they will be shipped as soon as
they are available.
The book is divided into over a dozen
sections to include:
PRE-COLUMBIAN MONEY, COLONIAL
COINAGE, WARS OF INDEPENDENCE,
REPUBLICAN PROTO-COINAGE, PRE-
DECIMAL COINAGE, DECIMAL COINAGE,
PRE-DECIMAL GOLD COINAGE,
DECIMAL GOLD COINAGE, EARLY
PATTERNS & UNUSUAL, DECIMAL
PATTERNS & UNUSUAL, SETS, SILVER
SPECIAL ISSUES, GOLD SPECIAL ISSUES
The prepublication price for all orders received prior to January 1st of
2021 is US $40.00, postpaid to addresses in the United States. The
price for orders received after January 1st is $50.00 postpaid to
addresses in the United States. Foreign orders must add $10.00 for
postage. Registration for foreign orders is an additional $15.00 if
desired. Really I don’t remember a book being lost in the mail.
Order from Dale Seppa, 103 N 6th Ave., Virginia, MN 55792, USA.
Personal Checks, Money Orders, Cash (at sender’s risk) or PayPal
are accepted. Personal checks will not be deposited until books are
ready for shipment. Credit card orders can be processed through
PayPal. PayPal orders can be placed by sending the exact amount to
email@example.com or by requesting a PayPal invoice from that
same email address.
Dale kindly sent me a review copy from the first batch back from the printer, and it looks great. It's sturdy and a convenient size for keeping handy while perusing world coin stocks online or at shows (remember those)?
The photos are black and white but many illustrations are well-executed drawings which seem very useful. I enjoyed the sections on pattern & unusual coinage which are especially useful for recognizing rare items.
The current pricing information is what will draw the interest of active collectors. I haven't collected world coins since my younger days, but handy catalogs like this could have turned me into an active seeker for life.
Wayne Homren, Editor
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