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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 19, May 7, 2006, Article 1

WAYNE'S WORDS

Among our recent subscribers are Jorg Lueke, Shirley Dyess and
Scott Travers.  Welcome aboard!  We now have 885 subscribers.

The hour is late and I'll let this issue speak for itself.
Readers will find a number of articles relating to numismatic
literature and research, including some book reviews and a
fantastic web resource.  In the numismatic reminiscences area,
we have a new report from Barry Jablon, this time on the hubbub
over the 1960 Small Date Lincoln Cent.

Just one other item to mention - the May 15 issue of Coin World
has (yet another) great article by Nancy Oliver and Richard Kelly,
this time revealing a newly-discovered newspaper clipping that
identifies San Francisco mint employee Frank C. Berdan as the
source of two specimens of the 1894-S dime.   Referring to this
discovery in her editorial column in that same issue, editor Beth
Deisher remarks on how "The teaming of "old" and "new" technologies
is playing an important role in numismatic research today and is
helping us "discover" what was once known but what subsequently
became lost to the collecting public for many years."

Bravo!

Wayne Homren
Numismatic Bibliomania Society

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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