10% off on Books from Kolbe & Fanning for New NBS Members


By CoinWeek….

Numismatic booksellers Kolbe & Fanning are offering a 10% discount off all books on their online store for anyone who becomes a new member of the Numismatic Bibliomania Society (NBS) during the month of November.

If you share Kolbe & Fanning’s love of numismatic literature but aren’t familiar with the NBS, the nearly 40-year-old organization was founded in 1979 and has worked ever since to support the growing number of collectors interested in the books, magazines, catalogs and other printed media dedicated to all aspects of numismatics.

Besides taking part in an active and vibrant community of literate individuals with diverse yet likeminded intersts, one of the greatest benefits of joining the NBS is the quarterly publication of the organization’s journal The Asylum. This award-winning publication is a real treat, containing original articles on a multitude of coin-related topics. The Asylum is sent, free of charge, to all members of the Numismatic Bibliomania Society.

They love coins, and they love books. If that sounds like you, then take advantage of this deal while you can! Visit http://www.coinbooks.org/about/membership.html to join.

Also, feel free to browse Kolbe & Fanning’s online inventory at http://www.numislit.com/browse.php and take a look at what they have to offer. While there, be sure to sign up for new arrival notifications. Shipping within the continental United States via the US Postal Service is a flat US$5.00 regardless of weight or size. Priority shipping is billed at regular cost. International shipping charges are determined by weight.

For more information about this special discount, or if you have any questions about Kolbe & Fanning’s upcoming sale of the Stephen Epstein Library on Saturday, November 7, please call (614) 414-0855. Or email David Fanning at [email protected].

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