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This week we open with news about our print journal, The E-Sylum and announcements regarding several new works of numismatic literature covering topics from pattern coins to saloon tokens and concentration camp money. Topics continued from earlier issues include World Mint Reports and William Sheldon. New queries this week cover subjects such as "CSA" silver ingots, and a work on Cambodian coins.
To learn which numismatic author's favorite tie depicted Mickey Mouse as a pharaoh, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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