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The E-Sylum:  Volume 10, Number 36, September 10, 2007, Article 1

WAYNE'S WORDS: THE E-SYLUM 9 SEPTEMBER, 2007

Among our recent subscribers are Steve Hodges and Gary Overton,
courtesy of Bob Hurst, and Marc C. Ricard.  Welcome aboard!  We
now have 1,181 subscribers.

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I’ve added Steve and Gary to the E-Sylum mailing list.  We get
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from happy readers.  Thanks and welcome!

This week we open with word of a new edition of Sedwick's 'The
Practical Book of Cobs' and a response from Acting ANA Executive
Director Ken Hallenbeck about David Lange's U.S. Mint book.  In
the research department, new information had been gleaned from
the Robert M. Patterson personal papers and Dick Johnson unearths
a small archive of Hans Schulman papers.

My London Diary arrives in multiple installments this week
including visits to the British Museum, the Bank of England
Museum and Saturday's Coin Fair.  Although my London assignment
is now over the diary baton is being taken up at least for one
week by Pete Smith, writing of his recent visit to Omaha and
the Byron Reed exhibit.

In the news is the consignment to auction of the Marquis de
Lafayette's Society of the Cincinnati medal, and Dwight Manley's
departure from the Jockeys' Guild.  To learn why Knights cross
their legs and what super-secret coin the Denver Mint is said
to be making, read on.  Have a great week, everyone.

Wayne Homren
Numismatic Bibliomania Society

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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