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450 Precious Books on Gold and Silver Provided by History of Gold and Silver and Amazon.com
Waco, TX (PRWEB) July 28, 2008
History of Gold and Silver web site is pleased to announce a joint venture with Amazon.com to provide 450 of the best books available on Gold and Silver.
Books available include, “Precious Metals Investing For Dummies”, by Paul Mladjenovic, “Lost Gold and Silver Mines of the Southwest” by Eugene L. Conrotto, Standard Catalog of Modern World Gold Coins 1801-present: From Krause Publications and Tiffany Lamps and Metal ware: An Illustrated Reference to Over 2000 Models by Alastair Duncan. Books on bullion, rare coins, art collecting and investments are readily available, here at History of Gold and Silver Book Store.
Why do most circulated coins minted today contain no gold or silver? What is the Gold Standard or Bi-metalism? What does the U.S. Constitution say about gold and silver money? All of these questions and thousands or others are answered here at the History of Gold and Silver web site.
“We are very excited about expanding our information service to include books, teaming up with Amazon.com to provide over 450 titles on Gold and Silver” said Ray Istre, owner of the site. Over 100 informative articles on Gold and Silver, as well as current mining news is available at History of Gold and Silver web site. The current spot prices of Gold and Silver is here, sponsored by KITCO.com.
History of Gold and Silver offers multiple reference materials to increase knowledge of precious metals. “We live in uncertain days and the information contained on this web site and in the books we make available will expand your knowledge and thereby enhance your financial security” Istre said.
To encourage understanding, trading links with other Gold and Silver related sites is encouraged.
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