• A wonderful introduction to modern U.S.coins, now in its 3rd Edition! The 100 greatest modern (1964–present) United States coins are identified and their stories are compellingly told. Published in 2014 by Jeff Garrett and Scott Schechter. Retail : $29.95
  • The 100 greatest United States coins and their stories compiled into one handy volume! Winner Book of the Year, PNG and NLG!! Get your autographed copy today! The Fourth edition. By Jeff Garrett and Ron Guth. Retail :$29.95
  • Jeff Garrett is proud to announce that the new 2018 Official Red Book® is now available. Originally written and edited by the late R.S. Yeoman, this popular reference has been edited by Kenneth Bressett for many years. Noted numismatist Q. David Bowers provides in-depth research and, as valuations editor, Jeff Garrett is responsible for updating more than 32,000 prices each year. Since first published in 1947, The Guide Book of United States Coins has been the standard reference book covering the valuation of all United States coin values. This new 71st edition features nearly 450 pages, 16 more pages than last year's edition. More than 7,000 different coins are valued in up to nine grades! Nearly 2,000 color photographs assist in the identification of all types and many popular varieties. Retail: $16.95
  • This is the second edition of Jeff Garrett's and Ron Guth's groundbreaking reference work on United States gold coinage, published in 2008. With more than 650 pages and nearly 3,000 color photographs, the Encyclopedia of U.S. Gold Coins promises to be one of the most important numismatic resources published in years. The book was done in cooperation with the Smithsonian Institution and many of the fabulous coins in that collection are seen for the first time in this volume. Retail : $69.95
  • If the price of gold has you wondering whether you should empty your safe deposit box, lock box or jewelry box for gold, or purchase gold for safekeeping, then “you owe it to yourself to understand how this market works.” This small hardbound and slipcased book by two coin experts explains gold's importance in world economics throughout history, highlights the features of gold and why it is valuable, and tells what you need to know to buy gold or to cash in on it. It is easy to flip through, a quick read, and a handy and fun reference filled with illustrations and pullouts that make understanding the gold market easier. The book is timely and discusses the U.S.economic crisis in 2008 and its relationship to the skyrocketing price of gold. It is well illustrated with many unique gold coins, some jewelry and other photographs. The pullouts are meant to be taken along for quick reference when buying or selling. Six pullouts are charts that highlight weights, features and / or values for gold coins, bullion, and jewelry or scrap gold. Another chart — not a pullout — lists common modern gold coins and their features. Two other pullouts are articles that the book did not have room for. The book also includes a reading list, a copy of a 1933 executive order to turn over gold to the government, and postcard-size ads for gold coin books published by Whitman. Their books are promoted in the text as well. A section of frequently asked questions reviews some information, and a glossary (with a pullout) is included. A chapter on counterfeits highlights, in close-up photographs and text, how to avoid counterfeit and altered coins. There are constant reminders to do business with experts and reputable businesses with references. Contact information for professional numismatic organizations, world mints, central banks and agencies included. Price: $12.95  
  • A definitive work on American history as illustrated by United States coinage. 168 pages illustrated in full color!! Get your autographed copy today! Retail :$39.95
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