This week we open with word of a new numismatic literature fixed price list and discussion of the E-Sylum editorial policy (we do have one, sort of). Next up are several new numismatic books on topics including U.S. Civil War store cards, Mexican and World coins, and Canadian historical medals.
In topics continued from prior weeks we discuss author Daniel Valentine, collector/singer Frankie Laine, and how to remove price stickers from numismatic literature.
In the news, the ANS moves its colossal numismatic collection crosstown, an important gold medal turns up in a flea market find and blind people plan to march to the unveiling of the Louis Braille commemorative design.
To learn about the three-sided Siberian Hobo nickel (and two more numismatic tattoos), read on. Have a great week, everyone.
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