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The E-Sylum:  Volume 3, Number 4, January 23, 2000, Article 10

FEATURED WEB SITE   

   This week's featured web page is from the library of  
   the American Numismatic Association.   The first in a  
   planned series of web pages featuring high-resolution  
   images of rare books, it shows digital images of one of  
   the rarest works in American numismatic literature,  
   Perkins' Bank Bill Test.   

   Printed in 1809, the book "offered the public original  
   impressions of Massachusetts paper currency whereby  
   they might determine a note's authenticity."   

      http://www.money.org/library/perkins/main.html  

  Wayne Homren  
  Numismatic Bibliomania Society  

  The Numismatic Bibliomania Society is a  
  non-profit organization promoting numismatic  
  literature.   For more information please see  
  our web site at http://www.coinbooks.org/  
  There is a membership application available on  
  the web site.  To join, print the application and  
  return it with your check to the address printed  
  on the application.   For those without web access,  
  contact Dave Hirt, NBS Secretary-Treasurer,  
  5911 Quinn Orchard Road, Frederick, MD 21701   

  (To be removed from this mailing list  
   write to me at whomren@coinlibrary.com)   

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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