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New Paper Money Book Debuts
By Numismatic News
December 27, 2013

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The 12th edition of the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money Specialized Issues is now available from Krause Publications.

This comprehensive catalog features world bank notes of a specialized nature – notes issued by states, municipalities and private companies in addition to nationally issued Foreign Exchange Certificates and military-use currency.

Edited by George S. Cuhaj, the 1,296 book contains 12,000 detailed illustrations and more than 27,500 note varieties listed and priced in up to three grades of condition.

More than 50 international bank note experts have contributed to this latest book in the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money series. This book serves as a companion to the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money Modern Issues 1961- Present and Standard Catalog of World Paper Money General Issues 1368-1960.

The Standard Catalog of World Paper Money Specialized Issues is available as a book or CD from Retail price is $90 for the book and $59.99 for the CD.

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On December 30, 2013 Paul said
Congratulations on the launch of 12 th edition of SCWPM-Specialized edition.

Hope that the editor this time acknowledged and included the updates and justifiable suggestions provided by banknote enthusiasts around the world.

If he has done more than just include only information from a cabal of the usual numismatic elite, then all volumes of the SCWPM can regain the crown of a valuable and necessary yearly/bi-yearly addition to a numismatic library.

In the meantime, I think Owen Linzmayer's developing "Opus" is making greater inroads in snatching F&W Publication's lunch.

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