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Go to www.worldcoingallery.com - Don's website pretty accurate if you are looking for a type set, although it's not 100% accurate.

 

I didn't realize that the Charleton was that expensive over there. It's only a little more than half that price here.

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Thanks for your help, I hope you'll get a catalogue for me.

 

@Topher

Yes, but thats not so good, because I want to mark and so, and my computer isn't so good.It always get crazy at so websites.

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Don't know if you have anything like www.alibris.com over on your side of the pond, but you may be able to get your hands on an older edition through something like that.

 

Haxby:

http://www.alibris.com/search/search.cfm?q...s*listing*title

 

Charleton:

http://www.alibris.com/search/search.cfm?q...s*listing*title

 

Ebay might also be a choice. I picked up an old library copy of the Coincraft book a few months ago, and didn't have to pay too much of a premium.

 

Also - if you collect world coins and already have a Krause catalog (if not, it's much more expensive), then it's fairly complete, although not completely up to date.

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