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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 23, June 4, 2006, Article 30

THE MYSTERY OF THE STOLEN COINS

The Telegraph of India sponsored a writing contest, and one
of the submissions is "The Mystery of the Stolen Coins."

"The next day Raj Mukherjee could be seen driving his green
Ambassador down the posh Mandalay Road. He drove up to a mansion
of red bricks and ivy. On the left hand side of the gate there
was a faded plate that read “Richard Davidson: Numismatist” As
he walked into the grounds there was an old world charm to the
place — the house looked a century old. There was also a sad
neglect to the place."

“I collect old coins as you may have figured out. There are in
my collection both valuable and invaluable coins...but they are
all my treasured pieces. Recently I made a bargain ..a fantastic
one if you ask me! You must have read of the Gangarampur unearthing..."

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  Wayne Homren, Editor

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