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The first edition of this catalog was published in The second edition covers regular and commemorative notes issued in the intervening years, goes into greater depth in the descriptions, and now also includes special, fantasy, and private issues.
The first half of the book is devoted to coins, the second half to notes, with chapters for the seven countries in each section. Within the chapters, the coins and notes are listed chronologically by denomination, which makes it easy to locate a particular piece and track changes over time, but at the expense of presenting complete families with common or complementary designs.
Each note type listing contains the denomination, catalog number, cross-references to Pick numbers and other specialized catalogs, reduced-size illustrations of the front and back, description of design elements and security features, and finally a list of varieties, with checkboxes for tracking your collection.
Each variety is assigned a six-level rarity rating, and has values in euros for up to four levels of condition. Occasionally there are inset illustrations of details which determine varieties.
One complaint I have about the catalog is its size. This is a bulky, compact tome measuring a whopping 55 millimeters thick, and heavy enough to break a toe if dropped on a foot. I would have preferred the coin and banknote sections split into two separate volumes, both printed in a larger format.
While there are a few entries for notes dated as recently as , the updates are uneven. Qatar and United Arab Emirates, just to name a few, are missing new note types which were issued four years ago.
Of those that have been added, very few are illustrated, and the descriptions of same are extremely bare bones, often containing erroneous information, such as incorrect dates. How else can you explain listing substantially revised note types as varieties of older issues? For example, several of Nigeria's current polymer issues are listed as mere date and signature varieties of paper notes. However, this segment of the numismatic hobby did not begin to reach a popularity approaching that of coin collecting until the latter half of the 's.
While coins and paper money are alike in that both served as legal obligations to facilitate commerce, long-time paper money enthusiasts know the similarity ends there. Coins were historically guaranteed by the intrinsic value of their metallic content - at least until recent years when virtually all circulating coins have become little more than legal tender tokens, containing little or no precious metal - while paper money possesses a value only when it is accepted for debts or converted into bullion or precious metals.
With many note issues, this conversion privilege was limited and ultimately negated by the imposition of redemption cutoff dates. The development of widespread collector interest in paper money of most nations was inhibited by a near total absence of adequate documentation. No more than four decades ago collec- tors could refer to only a few catalogs and dealer price lists of limited scope, most of which were difficult to acquire, or they could build their own knowledge through personal collecting pur- suits and contact with fellow collectors.
The early catalogs authored by Albert Pick chronicled issues of Europe and the Americas and were assembled as stepping- stones to the ultimate objective, which became reality with pub- lication of the first Standard Catalog of World Paper Money in That work provided collectors with fairly complete list- ings and up-to-date valuations of all recorded government note issues of the 20th century, incorporating Pick's previously unpublished manuscripts on Africa, Asia and Oceania, plus many earlier issues.
This completely revised and updated 17th Edition of Modern Issues, along with the companion 13th Edition General Issues, presents a substantial extension of the cataloging effort initiated in and revised in succeeding editions.
As the most compre- hensive world paper money references ever assembled, they fully document the many and varied legal tender paper currencies issued and circulated by over past and current government issuing authorities of the world from 's to present. This 17th Edition has a companion CD offered seperately. It has PDF files of the catalog pages.
The CD requires some com- puter technology, and may take sometime to load, but please be patient, it is worth the wait. It is the catalog page by page, but you can do keyword word searches, thus finding every instance of a central bank building, or particular printer information. This is the main reason for the expansion of descriptions into each listing. Soon, this product will be available on-line, melded into the www. George S. Accordingly, we wish to acknowledge these invaluable collectors, scholars and dealers in the world paper money field, both past and present, for their specific con- tributions to this work through the submission of notes for illustration, improved descriptive information and market valuations.
Emmanuel K. Anderson Dr. Jorge E. Arbelaez Donald Arnone David B. Boling Wilfried A. Budesa Weldon D. Burson Lance K. Cohen Scott E. Henderson Robert W. Holbrook Victor S.
Edmund Lee C. Martin Arthur C.
Oldham Frank Passic Antonio E. Seper Jr.
Snover Mauricio Soto Jimmie C. Stocker Alim A. East Midland Chapter, I.