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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 23, June 4, 2006, Article 8

NATHAN EGLIT'S LIBRARY NUMERING SYSTEM

Regarding Steve Pellegrini's question about his copy of "Coins
of the Popes", David Gladfelter writes: "I believe that the Coffin
book was in Nathan Eglit's library and that the number had to do
with Mr. Eglit's shelving system. I have a different book from his
library (a catalog) with his signature and the number 34. Nathan
Eglit is one of Pete Smith's 1400. He is best known as the author
of "Columbiana, The Medallic History of Christopher Columbus and
the Columbian Exposition of 1893" published in the 1960s. He was
a charter member of the Token and Medal Society (TAMS) and an
associate editor of its journal."

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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