World Reserve President
By Numismatic News
Littleton Coin Company Senior Vice President
Jeffrey S. Marsh has been named President of
World Reserve Monetary Exchange. The firm says
it is the largest private buyer of U.S. coin and
currency, second only to the Federal Reserve.
“I am impressed with the rapid growth and look
forward to adding my background in numismatics
and track record of over 13 years of leading
growth and innovation to secure and add to the
total number of jobs in Stark County [Ohio],”
said Marsh. “I’m excited to be a part of the
culture of excellence here.”
The Vermont resident has relocated to the
Canton, Ohio, headquarters and started work at
the company in January.
Marsh takes immediate responsibility for the
World Reserve’s overall financial plans,
policies and practices, according to the
organization. In addition, he will broker new
exclusive agreements with foreign nations
regarding legal tender currency while at the
same time attracting new U.S. clients.
Marsh began his career with the Littleton Coin
Company in 1995. Among the variety of roles he
fulfilled were director of marketing, vice
president of marketing and, most recently,
senior vice president of marketing.
Marsh spent the last two years as the chief
marketing officer and co-founder of Mayo and
Marsh, LLC, which specializes in Internet
marketing and social media to generate leads and
drive sales growth for major national clients.
He has served on the Information Technology
Committee of the American Numismatics
Association and has written pieces published in
Multichannel Merchant and DM News.
For more information on the World Reserve
Monetary Exchange, visit