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Get three numismatic classics - all in one offer! This set comes with America's Money, America's Story; Numismatic Art in America; and Pictures From a Distant Country. Valued at over $80.00, you can now get these classic books for only $34.95. Get yours today while supplies last.
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1 Troy ounce custom minted in .999 fine silver at the SilverTowne Mint. Frosted reverse non-dated. Includes capsule and box.
$27.76
Larry Munson was the beloved radio voice of Georgia Bulldogs football for 43 years. His righthand man was sideline announcer Loran Smith, who in this book reflects on his fondest memories of his old friend.

Also reminiscing about Munson are Vince Dooley, Bill Hartman, Sonny Seiler, Herschel Walker, Tony Barnhart, many fellow announcers and fans. Larry's sons, Michael and Jonathan, also provide tributes to their late father, and family photographs never seen before by the public. Take a walk down memory lane with Loran as he looks back at the incredible life of Larry Munson.

• 224 pages

• 6 x 9 inches

• Paperback

$19.95
The great state of Alabama celebrates its bicentennial in 2019. In anticipation, writer and history editor Horace Randall Williams takes a look back at the events, places, and people that have shaped the Heart of Dixie from the times of the first Native Americans to the arrivals of today’s most recent immigrants. In 100 insightful vignettes, readers will discover little-known details about the state’s geophysical characteristics, key dates in history, significant people, and interesting places to visit. Some like Rosa Parks and Helen Keller are household names, but others like Ned Cobb and Clifford Durr will be revelations to most. Similarly, Alabama’s role in Civil War and Civil Rights is well known, but the state’s rank as the world leader in a type of fossil or as the birthplace of two of the fastest men on the planet are less known facts. From the Freedom Rides to NASCAR, from peanuts to prosthetics, Alabama has many surprises. Come along for a stroll through Sweet Home Alabama!

• 224 pages

• 14 x 11 inches

$29.95
• 4x Magnification Inset Lens

• 2x Magnification Main Focal Lens

• LED Illumination Can Be Switched On As Needed

• Takes (2) CR2016 Batteries

• Study your coins, stamps, and other collectibles

• Handy size for pocket or bag

$7.99
Two Great Books! One Great Price!
Order Cash in Your Coins, 2nd Edition and Collecting Rare Coins for Pleasure and Profit, Together for only $12.95! That is over $19 in value!
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The Official Red Book®—A Guide Book of United States Coins—is 69 years young and going strong. Collectors around the country love the book’s grade-by-grade values, auction records, historical background, detailed specifications, high-resolution photographs, and accurate mintage data. How rare are your coins? How much are they worth? The Red Book tells you, covering everything from early colonial copper tokens to hefty Old West silver dollars and dazzling gold coins. You’ll find 32,500+ prices for more than 7,600 coins, tokens, medals, sets, and other collectibles. You’ll also round out your education in commemoratives, Proof and Mint coins, error coins, Civil War tokens, Confederate coins, private gold, and all the latest National Park quarters, Presidential and Native American dollars, Lincoln cents, and more. Articles on investing, grading coins, and detecting counterfeits will make you a savvy collector; and entertaining essays on the history of American coinage, shipwrecks and hoards, and the modern rare-coin market give you an inside look at “the hobby of kings.” These are just some of the features of the informative, entertaining, invaluable Red Book—the world’s best-selling coin price guide (more than 23 million copies sold). • 448 pages • Convenient Spiral Bound Edition • Full Color • 7.7” x 5.5” x 1.2”
$14.95
Add to your collection a book as rare as your finest coins. The 69th edition of the #1 best-selling coin guide is now available in a beautiful leather-bound Limited Edition. Each large-format volume is individually numbered and personally autographed by Senior Editor and hobby legend Kenneth Bressett. Handsomely constructed with gold-stamped lettering on the cover, gilt-edged pages, a hubbed spine, and silk page marker, the Limited Edition has acquired a collectible status in its own right. Print run is limited to 500 copies (past Limited Editions have sold out with 1,000 to 3,000 printed), so please act quickly. The leather-bound Limited Edition 2016 Red Book will make a wonderful addition to any library of fine books.
$99.95

The Alabama Crimson Tide rolled to its 16th national championship in the football program’s storied history with its 45-40 victory over Clemson in January. In Alabama’s Crimson Mission, author and Tide insider Tommy Ford reveals how head coach Nick Saban and his players overcame a tough loss to Ole Miss to reel off 11 straight victories and reach the College Football Playoff National Championship Game against the Tigers.

Despite losing to Ole Miss by only six points in a sloppy, five-turnover game, the Tide was written off by the national media, declaring Alabama football a thing of the past. But the players ignored the noise. The upperclassmen decided to take matters into their own hands by calling a players-only meeting. Senior safety and kick-return specialist Cyrus Jones — who along with Reggie Ragland, Jonathan Allen, Ryan Kelly, Jarran Reed, A’Shawn Robinson, Derrick Henry and Eddie Jackson took leadership roles in the meeting — said, “We realized it was time to bring everybody together and just kind of re-state what we want from this team this year. We can’t dwell on what happened in the Ole Miss game. That’s gone; that’s in the past. We have to focus on the future.”

Jones’ “focus on the future” comment spoke volumes for this Alabama squad for the remainder of the season. Every game was an elimination game for Alabama, and, even more challenging, the upcoming six-game stretch was as brutal as any in Crimson Tide football history: three top 10 teams, plus another in the top 20. Against all odds, Alabama responded magnificently by winning all six contests and, in the process, climbed from No. 13 in the Associated Press poll prior to the Georgia win to No. 2 in the College Football Playoff rankings following its mid-November victory over Mississippi State. The winning streak infused new energy into the Tide players and coaches, and the Alabama football nation. Big games certainly remained, but one thing was certain: Bama football was back.

After defeating Auburn in the annual Iron Bowl and Florida in the SEC Championship Game, the Tide — riding on the shoulders of Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry — shut down Michigan State in a playoff semi-final to set up a meeting with Clemson in the CFP National Championship Game. The Tide’s victory over the Tigers certainly didn’t disappoint, as fans witnessed one of the most thrilling games in years.

Illustrated with over 100 images taken by Alabama Athletics Department chief photographer Kent Gidley and his staff, this special commemorative book will be a collector’s item for years to come.

$29.95
In The Life of Elvis Presley, author Frank Hyland traces the rise of Elvis Presley from his poor upbringing in Tupelo, Mississippi, to his burst onto the national scene in 1956, to his television and motion picture triumphs, to his electrifying return to the stage in 1968, to his passing in 1977. This book also contains never-before-published photographs provided by the Elvis Presley Enterprises and Graceland archives. There are photos of Elvis' childhood home, his parents and his high school days. There are also dozens of pictures covering his career, from the beginning in Memphis to his last performances on stage. Included in a special section are images from Elvis' funeral and the mourning that took place across the United States, and a look at the vast memorabilia collection inside Graceland. No Elvis fan should be without this book about the King! Also enclosed in this package are special Elvis drinking glass coasters to use while you enjoy this great coffee-table book.
$29.95
The ultimate price guide and reference book! H.E. Harris’s 2017 US/BNA Postage Stamp Catalog gives you reliable information on the stamps in your collection. Inside this high-quality, hardcover spiral-bound book, you’ll find current market prices for the United States, U.S. possessions and trust territories, Canada and its provinces, and all United Nations. Other valuable resources include a comprehensive index, an illustrated stamp identifier, a glossary of philatelic terms, and more. Perfect for the beginner or experienced hobbyist!

• Over 400 pages

• Spiralbound hardcover

• Thousands of sharp, full-color images

• New entries and updated pricing

$29.95
On November 9, 2016, Donald J. Trump addressed the nation as the first non-politician to be elected president of the United States in many generations. His historic election came at the end of a political campaign that was the most dramatic the country had ever witnessed—a race of unprecedented firsts.

This richly illustrated memory-book showcases the life of President Trump from his childhood in New York to the dramatic 2016 presidential campaign. Tucked among its pages is a treasure trove of memorabilia: souvenir replicas such as buttons, posters, family photos, portraits, historic speeches, and more. These are set amidst a vivid narrative, historical images, and scenes from the Trump empire and on the campaign trail.

You'll meet Donald Trump's immigrant grandparents, who laid the groundwork for the family's success in America...walk the campus of New York Military Academy...go behind the scenes of Trump's early businesses...meet the beauty-pageant winners and famous celebrities who make up his star-studded life...watch his rise to the top of the national scene...and ride along as he campaigns to the White House.

This Collector's Vault book offers an unforgettable portrait of a hard-working, remarkable American, from his hopeful beginnings to his triumphant victory in the presidential arena.

$49.95
The Official Red Book®—A Guide Book of United States Coins—is 71 years young and going strong. Collectors around the country love the book’s grade-by-grade values, auction records, historical background, detailed specifications, high-resolution photographs, and accurate mintage data. How rare are your coins? How much are they worth? The Red Book tells you, covering everything from early colonial copper tokens to hefty Old West silver dollars and dazzling gold coins. You’ll find 32,500+ prices for more than 7,600 coins, tokens, medals, sets, and other collectibles. You’ll also round out your education in commemoratives, Proof and Mint coins, error coins, Civil War tokens, Confederate coins, private gold, and all the latest National Park quarters, Presidential and Native American dollars, Lincoln cents, and more. Articles on investing, grading coins, and detecting counterfeits will make you a savvy collector; and entertaining essays on the history of American coinage, shipwrecks and hoards, and the modern rare-coin market give you an inside look at “the hobby of kings.” These are just some of the features of the informative, entertaining, invaluable Red Book—the world’s best-selling coin price guide (more than 24 million copies sold). • 464 pages • Convenient Spiral Bound Edition • Full Color • 7.7” x 6” x 1.25
$15.95
IT WAS THE SUMMER OF 1957, and 15-year-old Norbert Putnam was hunkered down with his father behind their garage in Florence, Alabama. Norbert had started playing bass in a local band and his father was dead set against it so he had pulled his young son aside to reveal a dark secret from his past - he had once played “that damned old bass” in the Beale Street bars of Memphis. He recalled the shootings, gambling, wild women, reefer heads, dirty hotel rooms, lack of pay . . . all recited with tremendous gusto, in an effort to frighten young Norbert. He wanted to convince him to pursue the path to college and a “normal, happy life.” The young man tried to remain still in an effort to withhold his excitement as visions of Memphis and music danced in his head. In spite of his father's intentions, at that moment an opposite decision was made. Norbert Putnam vowed, then and there, to devote his life to the pursuit of music.

Fast forward almost 50 years, and Norbert Putnam, after a sterling career, is still immersed in the business of music. He resides, once again, in Florence, Alabama with his lovely wife of 27 years, Sheryl, and their beautiful and devoted poodles, Sophie and Gracie.

With the release this year of his first memoir, Music Lessons he looks back on a career unrivaled in its diversity. As a studio musician, he was one of the original Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section players, helping creating the famous “Muscle Shoals sound” and putting this small Alabama town on the map with the 1962 Arthur Alexander hit, “You Better Move On.” Backing up Tommy Roe, The Righteous Brothers and four other American acts, they opened for The Beatles when the lads played their first American concert on February 11, 1964 in Washington, DC. After moving to Nashville in 1965 Norbert played bass on over 9,000 tracks with the likes of Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, George Harrison, Henry Mancini, Al Hirt, Linda Ronstadt, JJ Cale, Tony Joe White, The Monkees, and many others.

He began his production career in 1970 and over the next 15 years produced more than 70 albums including multiplatinum productions for Jimmy Buffet, Joan Baez, and Dan Fogelberg. He, along with old pal David Briggs, also built the famous Quadrafonic Studios and developed Danor Music destined to become one of Nashville’s most successful music publishing firms. In 1980 Putnam and Briggs ended their partnership and Putnam developed the 1875 Bennett House Studio in beautiful Franklin, Tennessee. A few years later, Putnam developed Digital Recorders and Georgetown Masters, some of the most respected "state of the art" recording studios in Tennessee. His prodigious projects broadened Nashville’s scope and paved the way for musicians of all genres to record in Music City.

Told with Norbert Putnam’s affable storytelling style, Music Lessons is at once a warm and laugh-out-loud funny romp through music history, packed with stories about some of the greatest musicians in the business. Hopefully, his father would be proud.

THIS BOOK IS NOT VALID FOR ANY COUPONS, DISCOUNTS, CODES OR FREE SHIPPING OFFERS

$25.00
IT WAS THE SUMMER OF 1957, and 15-year-old Norbert Putnam was hunkered down with his father behind their garage in Florence, Alabama. Norbert had started playing bass in a local band and his father was dead set against it so he had pulled his young son aside to reveal a dark secret from his past - he had once played “that damned old bass” in the Beale Street bars of Memphis. He recalled the shootings, gambling, wild women, reefer heads, dirty hotel rooms, lack of pay . . . all recited with tremendous gusto, in an effort to frighten young Norbert. He wanted to convince him to pursue the path to college and a “normal, happy life.” The young man tried to remain still in an effort to withhold his excitement as visions of Memphis and music danced in his head. In spite of his father's intentions, at that moment an opposite decision was made. Norbert Putnam vowed, then and there, to devote his life to the pursuit of music.

Fast forward almost 50 years, and Norbert Putnam, after a sterling career, is still immersed in the business of music. He resides, once again, in Florence, Alabama with his lovely wife of 27 years, Sheryl, and their beautiful and devoted poodles, Sophie and Gracie.

With the release this year of his first memoir, Music Lessons he looks back on a career unrivaled in its diversity. As a studio musician, he was one of the original Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section players, helping creating the famous “Muscle Shoals sound” and putting this small Alabama town on the map with the 1962 Arthur Alexander hit, “You Better Move On.” Backing up Tommy Roe, The Righteous Brothers and four other American acts, they opened for The Beatles when the lads played their first American concert on February 11, 1964 in Washington, DC. After moving to Nashville in 1965 Norbert played bass on over 9,000 tracks with the likes of Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, George Harrison, Henry Mancini, Al Hirt, Linda Ronstadt, JJ Cale, Tony Joe White, The Monkees, and many others.

He began his production career in 1970 and over the next 15 years produced more than 70 albums including multiplatinum productions for Jimmy Buffet, Joan Baez, and Dan Fogelberg. He, along with old pal David Briggs, also built the famous Quadrafonic Studios and developed Danor Music destined to become one of Nashville’s most successful music publishing firms. In 1980 Putnam and Briggs ended their partnership and Putnam developed the 1875 Bennett House Studio in beautiful Franklin, Tennessee. A few years later, Putnam developed Digital Recorders and Georgetown Masters, some of the most respected "state of the art" recording studios in Tennessee. His prodigious projects broadened Nashville’s scope and paved the way for musicians of all genres to record in Music City.

Told with Norbert Putnam’s affable storytelling style, Music Lessons is at once a warm and laugh-out-loud funny romp through music history, packed with stories about some of the greatest musicians in the business. Hopefully, his father would be proud.

$25.00
IT WAS THE SUMMER OF 1957, and 15-year-old Norbert Putnam was hunkered down with his father behind their garage in Florence, Alabama. Norbert had started playing bass in a local band and his father was dead set against it so he had pulled his young son aside to reveal a dark secret from his past - he had once played “that damned old bass” in the Beale Street bars of Memphis. He recalled the shootings, gambling, wild women, reefer heads, dirty hotel rooms, lack of pay . . . all recited with tremendous gusto, in an effort to frighten young Norbert. He wanted to convince him to pursue the path to college and a “normal, happy life.” The young man tried to remain still in an effort to withhold his excitement as visions of Memphis and music danced in his head. In spite of his father's intentions, at that moment an opposite decision was made. Norbert Putnam vowed, then and there, to devote his life to the pursuit of music.

Fast forward almost 50 years, and Norbert Putnam, after a sterling career, is still immersed in the business of music. He resides, once again, in Florence, Alabama with his lovely wife of 27 years, Sheryl, and their beautiful and devoted poodles, Sophie and Gracie.

With the release this year of his first memoir, Music Lessons he looks back on a career unrivaled in its diversity. As a studio musician, he was one of the original Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section players, helping creating the famous “Muscle Shoals sound” and putting this small Alabama town on the map with the 1962 Arthur Alexander hit, “You Better Move On.” Backing up Tommy Roe, The Righteous Brothers and four other American acts, they opened for The Beatles when the lads played their first American concert on February 11, 1964 in Washington, DC. After moving to Nashville in 1965 Norbert played bass on over 9,000 tracks with the likes of Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, George Harrison, Henry Mancini, Al Hirt, Linda Ronstadt, JJ Cale, Tony Joe White, The Monkees, and many others.

He began his production career in 1970 and over the next 15 years produced more than 70 albums including multiplatinum productions for Jimmy Buffet, Joan Baez, and Dan Fogelberg. He, along with old pal David Briggs, also built the famous Quadrafonic Studios and developed Danor Music destined to become one of Nashville’s most successful music publishing firms. In 1980 Putnam and Briggs ended their partnership and Putnam developed the 1875 Bennett House Studio in beautiful Franklin, Tennessee. A few years later, Putnam developed Digital Recorders and Georgetown Masters, some of the most respected "state of the art" recording studios in Tennessee. His prodigious projects broadened Nashville’s scope and paved the way for musicians of all genres to record in Music City.

Told with Norbert Putnam’s affable storytelling style, Music Lessons is at once a warm and laugh-out-loud funny romp through music history, packed with stories about some of the greatest musicians in the business. Hopefully, his father would be proud.

THIS BOOK IS NOT VALID FOR ANY COUPONS, DISCOUNTS, CODES OR FREE SHIPPING OFFERS

$35.00

U.S. #122. Missing from many collections is this 1869 90¢ Lincoln in used condition. Fresh example with a light cancel. Fine to average centering. Perfect example to fill that unwanted blank space in your album at an affordable price! Retail value $1675.00.

$1,295.00
A Guide Book of Buffalo and Jefferson Nickels is the eighth entry in Whitman’s best-selling Bowers Series of numismatic references. America’s most popular nickels are given the famous Q. David Bowers treatment: insightful study, rich historical background, and detailed data.

Lavishly illustrated in full color, the book features high-resolution enlargements for important overdates and other varieties. Mintages, specifications, and market values in multiple grades (including Full Steps for Jefferson nickels) add to the book’s importance as a standard reference.

New appendices include information on hobo nickels, the American Buffalo gold coin, and “Nickels Here and There”—the amazing amusements that once cost a nickel! A Guide Book of Buffalo and Jefferson Nickels will deepen your appreciation and make you a smarter buyer and collector of these popular U.S. coins. 320 pages • 6 x 9 inches • Softcover • Full color

$19.95
As the old saying goes, “Find a penny, pick it up, and all day long you’ll have good luck.” Now Kenneth Bressett, former president of the American Numismatic Association, has written the definitive reference to finding just how lucky you can be as a coin collector.

From how to get started in the hobby to how to care for a collection, with full explanations of grading techniques and standards, coin prices, and values, the Whitman Guide to Coin Collecting addresses everything clearly and with easy-to-follow detail. Squarely aimed at newcomers, this is a guide that covers all the different aspects of coin collecting—and in doing so brings a fun and potentially lucrative hobby home to readers everywhere.

288 pages • Softcover • 6x9 inches

$12.95
Premium Currency Album Refill Pages - Large Notes. 10 Pack. Clearview Pages allow viewing of both sides of each note.
$24.95
National Park Quarters Folder - P&D Mints, full-color, foam construction. Attractively display and store your coins. The four panels open flat for all-at-once viewing, then close to an easy-to-store 8"x10" folder. 120 Openings.
$8.99
National Park Quarters Album P&D Mints, 2010-2021, Full Color Cover. Features Whitman's thumb-notch design pages for easy window removal. 112 Openings, 7 Pages.
$14.95
Display your National Park Quarter collection in this educational Collector Map. Special "push-fit" foam makes it easy to insert your coins, openings for all 56 National Park Quarters. Big 13.2" x 39.75" Foam construction is inert and safe for your coins. The National Park Quarters Coin Act of 2008 - Requires quarters, beginning in 2010, to have designs on the reverse depicting one national site in each state, the District of Columbia and territory of the United States.

56 Different quarters will complete the program from 2010 through 2021.

$9.99
Explore the U.S. with this assortment of seals representing the flags of all 50 states..
$2.99
 
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