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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 45, November 5, 2006, Article 1

WAYNE'S WORDS

Among our recent subscribers are Matt Hanne and Jim Duncan.
Welcome aboard!  We now have 991 subscribers.

This week's issue brings disappointing news from the American
Numismatic Association, news of the first in a planned series
of new books on historical mints, and a reprinting of a classic
U.S. numismatic reference book.  Peter Gaspar provides a report
on the Newman Numismatic Museum opening, and readers chime in
with more stories about the late Hal Dunn.

If you think your money disappears fast, check out what's happening
to Euro notes across Germany - they are disintegrating in peoples'
hands!  In other international news, Alan Weinberg describes his
visits to the numismatic holdings of the Royal Copenhagen Museum
and the East Berlin State Museum. And speaking of disappearing money,
another story describes how older U.S. notes overseas are passing
only at a discount to face value - John Snow's signature is worth
more than Robert Rubin's, for example.  And finally, how can a coin
toss elect a dead woman to office? Read on to find out.  Have a
great week, everyone!

Wayne Homren
Numismatic Bibliomania Society

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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