Gold Book Free at ANA|
September 27, 2012
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Numismatic writer Michael Fuljenz, president of Universal Coin & Bullion, will offer free copies of his reference book about popular United States gold pieces, Indian Gold Coins of the 20th Century, at the American Numismatic Association National Money Show in Dallas, Texas.
Fuljenz will autograph his books as part of the ANA’s author signings at 10:30 a.m. Oct. 19 in Hall D of the Dallas Convention Center. He will give away a free copy of the book to the first two dozen people who register for it during his autograph session.
Additional copies will be available for purchase by the public at a discount rate of $10 each. Honored as the Numismatic Literary Guild’s 2010 Best Investment Book, Indian Gold Coins of the 20th Century looks at the history of the popular Indian Head design $2.50, $5 and $10 U.S. gold pieces. It provides information and advice for collecting the rare coins.
A detailed, date-by-date analysis with color illustrations gives readers pertinent descriptions about the history of each date and mintmark as well as comments about strike, luster, color and eye appeal.
The book, published by Subterfuge Publishing, includes overall rarity and uncirculated condition rarity rankings tabulated from Numismatic Guaranty Corporation and Professional Coin Grading Service population reports for grades MS-62 to MS-65. There also are consumer education tips about protecting coins from theft and the best ways to sell gold coins.
The ANA National Money Show in Dallas will be open to the public Oct. 18-20. Admission is $6 for adults. Children 12 and under and ANA members will be admitted free. More show details are online at www.nationalmoneyshow.com.
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