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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 46, November 12, 2006, Article 6

CORRECTIONS, COMMENTS, AND CORNBALL HUMOR

Last week's item about the opening of the Newman Money Museum in
the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum failed to highlight that the
museum is located at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
Fred Holabird and Ken Berger were among those confused about the
location, which was buried deep in the article.

Regarding David Levy's item last week about Nicholas Lowick, author
of "Coinage and History of the Islamic World", Bob Leonard offers
this minor correction: "Nicholas Lowick died in 1986."

Regarding our Featured Web Site on New Jersey Paper Money Currency
1709-1786, David Gladfelter writes: "The original article was published
by the New Jersey Historical Society in the Proceedings for 1923, and
is cited as a bibliographical reference by Eric Newman in Early Paper
Money of America, 4th edition."

Dave Bowers writes: "If you are a New York Times crossword puzzle fan,
and are a numismatist with even a passing knowledge of commemoratives,
you’ll instantly score on one of the longer words for which a clue is
given in the November 5th version!"   [Sorry I missed getting this
into last week's issue. -Editor]

Tom DeLorey writes: "Speaking of electroforming, if you electroplate
a coin or medallion with gold, is it gilty as charged?"

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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