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The E-Sylum:  Volume 3, Number 31, July 30 , 2000, Article 9

FEATURED WEB SITE 

   This week's featured web page is a very useful reference 
   listing serial numbers of known reproductions of  U.S. 
   banknotes.   Anyone who answers numismatic questions 
   from the general public should bookmark this page. 

      http://www.ronscurrency.com/rcbogus.htm 

   Amaze people with your psychic ability, like the time I 
   told a caller that the serial number of the $1,000 Bank of 
   the U.S. note he was describing to me over the phone 
   was "8894". 

  Wayne Homren 
  Numismatic Bibliomania Society 

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  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 21704 

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  Wayne Homren, Editor

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