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The E-Sylum:  Volume 3, Number 10, March 5, 2000, Article 11

FEATURED WEB SITE 

   This week's featured web site is the Currency Museum of 
   the Bank of Canada.  "The National Currency Collection 
   contains some 100,000 items consisting of coins, tokens and 
   paper money in the custody of, or owned by, the Bank of 
   Canada. It includes a relatively complete collection of the 
   coins, tokens and of paper money that have been used or 
   are now being used in Canada. The purpose of the collection 
   is to portray the development of money through the ages with 
   particular emphasis on the history of Canada's currency. " 

      http://collections.ic.gc.ca/bank/english/ 

  Wayne Homren 
  Numismatic Bibliomania Society 

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  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 21704 

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