This week we open with the latest Lake Books numismatic literature sale, and information about NBS events at the upcoming ANA convention. Next up are a new book on the Dahlonega gold rush and a new title from David Ganz.
Books reviewed this week include the new Guide Book of U.S. Tokens and Medals and Superintendents of the 1st& 2nd San Francisco Mints. Among topics introduced in previous weeks, we discuss the Frank Stewart Collection of U.S. Mint artifacts.
In the news this week, Myron Xenos of The Money Tree is profiled, author Gene Hessler is profiled in The Numismatist, and crowds rush to buy the new commemorative Chinese Olympic banknote. To meet the Green Lady of the Royal Mint, read on. Have a great week, everyone.
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