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The E-Sylum:  Volume 10, Number 44, October 28, 2007, Article 1

WAYNE'S WORDS: THE E-SYLUM OCTOBER 28, 2007

Among our recent subscribers is George Cuhaj of F+W Publications. 
Welcome aboard! We now have 1,073 subscribers. This week's issue 
is being sent out Monday morning as a result of your Editor's 
weekend visit to a coin show.

This week we open with several reports on how some of our 
California numismatic brethren fared during the recent massive 
wildfires, and George Kolbe provides an update in his latest sale 
and publication. Next up are reports on literature dealers Richard 
Stockley and Karl Moulton.

In this issue I review Roger Burdette's "Renaissance of American 
Coinage 1909-1915", and Dave Lange discusses the dynamics of the 
aftermarket for numismatic literature.

In responses to prior topics, Fred Holabird comments on the John 
J. Ford assay ingot sale, Tom DeLorey discusses the thinking behind 
the title of "'The Fantastic 1804 Dollar" book, and relates a great 
story about a 1802 Half Dime. 

In the news are stories on counterfeit Bank of England 500,000 
notes, and a stash of coins is discovered in a long-abandoned 
house. To learn about the Zombie coin show and many other topics, 
read on. Have a great week, everyone.

Wayne Homren 
Numismatic Bibliomania Society

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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