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The three publications below are included in the London Bullion Market Association’s Bibliography of “important books” for the gold industry.


Gold Refiners & Bars Worldwide (1991)

By Nigel Desebrock. Information on the background, products and services of 50 gold refiners accredited to the LBMA, COMEX and TOCOM. Includes articles by independent experts on all gold-related product categories and services. Still acts as a standard reference work on the activity of refiners. 1,000 photographs and illustrations. Published in 1991. 476 pages. Price: Australian $295 including courier delivery.

"A massive undertaking ... A job superbly well done."
Chamber of Mines of South Africa

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Gold Refiners & Bars Worldwide

The Industry Catalogue of Gold Bars Worldwide (1998)

By Nigel Desebrock. Information on more than 700 bars, grouped by bar categories, from 100 entities in 28 countries. 950 colour photographs and illustrations. Published in 1998. 344 pages. Price: Australian $295 including courier delivery.

"With its comprehensive treatment .. This volume should find a place on the book shelf of anyone interested in the gold business." GFMS Limited, London

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The Industry Catalogue of Gold Bars Worldwide

The Industry Catalogue of Gold Bullion Coins (1999)

By Nigel Desebrock. Comprehensive information, history and analysis of bullion coins (1 kilo to 1/25 oz), issued at low premiums above the value of their gold content by 10 leading mints, notably the Austrian Mint, China Gold Coin Incorporated, The Perth Mint, Mexican Mint, Royal Canadian Mint, South African Mint and the United States Mint. Sections on each bullion coin range from 15-60 pages, and include 90 historical gold investment advertisements. 400 photographs and illustrations. Published in 1999. 380 pages. Price: Australian $295 including courier delivery.

"An essential reference work for all companies directly involved in the gold bullion coin business." World Gold Council

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The Industry Catalogue of Gold Bullion Coins

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