This week we open with an update on David Fanning's upcoming numismatic literature auction, and reviews of new books by Bill Swoger, John Dean and Will Nipper. In topics continued from earlier issues we discuss Mint Director trivia, secret artist signatures, and coin and medal designer Dora dePedery-Hunt.
In the news, charges are filed in the New Zealand medal theft case, the fifty states quarter series nears its end, and a professor traces copper used in U.S. cents back to the mines it came from.
To learn which future numismatic collectible is made from alfalfa, beets, corn, potato skins, switch grass and wheat, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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