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The E-Sylum:  Volume 10, Number 27, July 8, 2007, Article 5

FUN SHOW EVENTS AND THE SUNKEN TREASURE LITERATURE CLUB

One event we're not late in reporting is next week's Summer FUN show.
Cindy Wibker of Florida United Numismatists writes: "This is just a quick
reminder to all bibliophiles that the first-ever Summer FUN show is next
week, July 12-14, in West Palm Beach, Florida.  We (FUN) hope to see many
of you there!  The list of dealers and schedule of events is on our website.

"There are four educational seminars, two on Thursday and two on Friday.
None of the topics are directly literature-related, but there is a club
meeting of the Sunken Treasure Literature Club on Friday from 3:00-5:00 PM."

[Here are a couple of the seminars that might be of interest to E-Sylum readers. -Editor]

Thursday July 12 2:30 PM: Educational Seminar.  “EARLY AMERICAN COPPERS,”
by CHUCK HECK. Charles “Chuck” Heck is a recognized expert on the early
copper coinage of the United States. He is a frequent lecturer on this
subject at club meetings and coin shows across America. Chuck’s program
will provide in-depth analysis of early U.S. Large Cents, Half Cents
and Colonial coinage.

Friday July 13 2:30 PM: Educational Seminar.  “COINS OF THE SOUTHERN
CONFEDERACY,” by ROBERT LeNEVE.  Palm Beach Coin Club member Bob LeNeve
is a serious student of the Southern Confederacy – its history, traditions
and its coinage.  In this program, Bob will give a short background on
the events leading up to the Civil War, the shutting down of the southern
mints and a detailed look at the regular coinage and restrikes of the
Confederacy.

To visit the FUN web site, see: funtopics.com

To view the Summer FUN show schedule, see: coinshow_events_S.html

[A web search reveals that there is an online bibliography of over 950
"Sunken Treasure & Underwater Archaeology Books plus Shipwreck Auction
Catalogs, National Geographic Shipwreck Articles & Shipwreck Coin
Books" from the collection of Dave Crooks.  -Editor]

To view Dave Crooks' Sunken Treasure Bibliography, see:
Dave Crooks' Sunken Treasure Bibliography

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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