Thank you so much Aditya! I'll try to ask some of your questions:
1.Have you given catalog numbers to all the bimetallic coins listed? If yes, is there any special methodology adopted for it?
Yes, all the coins have their own BC# code (bimetallic coin number), as well their KM#*. It is based on the ISO code of each country and the date of issue of each coin. Also, letters are used if the coin use the same design but has more than one metallic version i.e. 100 pesos coins from Mexico are MX#150, base metal and MX#150a precious metal version.
2. I believe that the catalog lists only legal tender coins (Circulating as well as non circulating)?
Yes, only legar tender coins, circulating and non circulating, base and precious metals. A gold market value table for each specific coin is located on the back of the catalog.
3. Does it list errors/mules?
Just the most significatives (i.e. italian 1000 lire 1997, Argentina 1 peso 1995, or Portugal 100 escudos 1999, each one has also their own BC# code)
4. Does it also indicate catalog/approximate market price?
Yes, but keep in mind that the market value is allways fluctuating and this can change.
The book also has an indroduction about bimetallic coins, diferent kinds of edges and some interesting index tables. Some coins also have curious notes about them.
* has the special approval of Krause Publications.
If you need something, just let me know.
Thank yo so much.