Krause Publications is a publisher of leisure-time and enthusiast magazines and books. It is most well known for its Standard Catalog of World Coins, a series of numismatic catalogs commonly referred to by coin collectors as Krause-Mishler catalogs or just Krause catalogs. Additionally, the company prints publications for paper money, other antiques and collectibles, automobiles, crafts, nature, hunting, knives, and firearms. Krause Publications is currently headquartered in Iola, Wisconsin and employs approximately 550 people.
The company was founded by American numismatist and philatelist Chester Krause in 1952. During this year, Krause published his Numismatic News, which continues to provide reports concerning market trends and U.S. currency to this day. The Standard Catalog of World Coins was first published by the company in 1972 and is currently one of the world's best-selling numismatic catalogs.