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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 31, July 30, 2006, Article 1

WAYNE'S WORDS

Among our recent subscribers are Jeff Karp, Norman Carnovale,
Jeremy Bostwick and Alan Roy.  Welcome aboard!  We now have 951
subscribers.

We've got another whopper issue this week, folks.  No particular
reason, just a lot of things going on.  First, we have information
on the latest Asylum issue and news of events at the upcoming ANA
convention.  Guess what coins are making a trip from Ft. Knox to
Denver?

Next we have some follow-up information on several earlier topics,
including Schimmel Food Stamp Change Newsletter, Japanese Invasion
Currency references, bookplates, and the use of canaries to detect
cyanide fumes at the Bureau of Engraving and printing.   Die engraver
Ken Douglas joins in on our discussion of engraving techniques. Under
new topics, Dick Johnson reviews a History Channel program on the
symbolism of the U.S. Dollar bill, I contributed a new review of an
old book, David W. Lange's "The Complete Guide to Lincoln Cents",
and David gives us an update on his revised Buffalo Nickel book.

In numismatic literature news, the ANA librarian nabbed a book
desecrator, and the culprit has confessed!  To find out who it was,
read on.  Have a great week, everyone!

Wayne Homren
Numismatic Bibliomania Society

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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