In addition to the Barks and Rosa stories, there is a previously unpublished "Lost Charts of Columbus" page (possibly for a cover), a commentary page by Rosa explaining some of the history of "The Lost Charts of Columbus" and three features presented by Gemstone's archival editor, David Gerstein. The first feature is "The Lost Pages of Columbus" which reproduces Rosa's original 2nd half of the story. The second feature is a cover gallery. The third feature describes the very first sequel to Barks' classic "The Golden Helmet", a story called "Gensen med den gyldne helm" which was published in Denmark in 1989 and was created by a pair of 14 year-olds, Theis Christensen (who wrote the story) and Jesper Lund Madsen (who illustrated it); one page of this story is reprinted as part of the feature.
Unlike the previous two volumes, this volume has a front cover by Carl Barks (color by Susan Kolberg) and a back cover by Don Rosa (color by Hachette)