Your editor is traveling today for business, so this issue is going out early for a change. We open with notes on numismatic literature sales by Lake, Noble and Kolbe, and announcements of new books on Fiat Money, U.S. gold and the Coins of England. We discuss two mysteries this week, but only one is solved: the case of the missing dollar dies and the mystery of the Gramercy coin boards.
In topics opened in earlier issues, we discuss the 1844-O Eagle, the Ohio cash hoard, grumpy dealers and Arizona token book author Hal Birt. You can probably guess why dancers from Halau Olapakuikalai O Hokuaulani of Kaneohe performed the hula this week, but to learn about the world's smallest sculptures (and see some incredible photos), read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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Wayne Homren, Editor
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