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Gold: Book Recommendations

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Obviously the number one recommendation is for The Gold Sovereign Series by Michael Marsh, the definitive guide which focuses on every variation of 5 pound, 2 pound, full and half sovereign and grades them by rarity. Pretty much an essential book to have access to.

I have just picked up The Power of Gold: The History of an Obsession by Peter Bernstein. Oh my what a great book, I am really enjoying it so far. It takes you on a journey through the history of gold and how it's been monetised through the centuies around the world. A very well written, informative and fascinating book. If you're interested in gold it's a must read! Has anyone else read it?



Do you have any other gold related book recommendations?

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Got it scanned on a PDF.

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