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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 19, May 7, 2006, Article 4

PRADIER NUMISMATIC LITERATURE WEB SITE DEBUTS

Stephen Pradier writes: "Since moving to Middle Tennessee last
April, I have found myself with quite a bit of time on my hands.
It recently dawned on me that in my move from my home of 33 years
in Northern Virginia to my new home here in Murfreesboro, Tennessee,
that I brought along with me over 200 book boxes of books, all of
which I placed in there very own secluded room for safe keeping.

At any rate, with the time I have, I have decided to create a web
Site and devote it to Numismatic Literature. At this point it is
Pretty much a work in progress. I would like this site to be just
one more in the field of Numismatic Literature and hope that it
will attract a lot more people to the Numismatic Literature community.
I am in the process of setting up a News & Misc page.  Cal Wilson
gave me permission to post his Repository newsletters as he no
longer maintains his site.  The web address is
pradiernumislit.com "

[A new web site on numismatic literature is always welcome.
Stephen's only getting started, but he's already got a nice
collection of links to literature dealers, publishers and
associations (including, of course, the Numismatic Bibliomania
Society. -Editor]

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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