A Charlton Standard Catalogue Canadian Coins 2011: Numismatic Issues Spiral-bound – Jul 14 2010
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Lot's of pictures. Lot's of close-ups of headshots.
Unfortunately, to fit that stuff in they, have discarded most of the various grades of coins except for hi-grade collectibles.
This doesn't really make sense considering there are listings of many circulation coins.
I say make up your mind and show one or the other. Specialize in circulation coins or collector grade. Maybe 2 different books....
The worst part of it is, that according to this book the pricing of these coins hasn't changed in 3 years or so.
How can that be when the melt value for silver has tripled in the last three years?
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As was the case last year, the catalogue does not cover RCM non-circulating legal tender (NCLT) coins, they being covered in a companion catalogue.
The special feature this year is an in-depth study of Victorian one cent die varieties (mislabeled 10 cent in the table of contents).
I feel that the prices listed for the coins are a trifle high, especially for late date high grades but I suppose they represent the high end of retail prices.
Overall this is an indispensable resource for collectors of Canadian coinage.