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Littleton holiday catalog released

NN1003littleton_color.jpgLittleton Coin Company?s Holiday Gift Collection 2006 catalog has been released. It features more than 190 unusual gift ideas for every budget.

The newly expanded 40-page catalog carries more than 100 items priced under $50 and nearly 50 for under $25.

In addition to newly issued U.S. and world coins, ancient coins and a variety of paper money, this season?s catalog carries watches, jewelry, stuffed bears, and belt buckles featuring coins.

A first-time offer is what the firm calls archival quality Presidential Dollar Albums that are $24.95 each. The first coin in the series is scheduled to be released by the U.S. Mint in early 2007.

For the music lover is a unique gift set honoring Johnny Cash (includes framed color prints plus an uncirculated year set of U.S. coins from 1956) for $99.

The ?colors of gold? Christopher Columbus Set features three different coin designs struck in white, yellow and rose gold with a strictly limited mintage of just 1,560 sets. It is priced at $783 a set.

For under $10 comes Littleton?s set of 12 note cards (four designs in each box) featuring beautiful color photos of some of America?s greatest coins, like the 1907 High Relief Saint-Gaudens $20 gold piece and the 1856 Flying Eagle cent. These are priced at $9.95 per box.

Delivery by Christmas is assured for in-stock merchandise ordered by 12 noon (Eastern Standard Time) on Dec. 18, or for rush delivery (add $10.95) by Dec. 19, the firm promises.

All orders have a $5.95 shipping, handling and guaranteed delivery charge for standard delivery regardless of the number of items in an order total (add $2.50 for supply items).

There is a free gift in precious silver included with merchandise orders of $150 or more.

For a copy of the Holiday Gift Collection, call toll-free (800) 645-3122, or write to: Holiday Catalog 2006, Littleton Coin Company, 1309 Mt. Eustis Road, Littleton, NH 03561-3735.

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