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Well, here's hoping this issue arrives in better shape than the last two. Our email provider traced the problem to an upgrade on their end. Many thanks to the E-Sylum subscribers who kept me posted on the problems and participated in testing. We're still getting reports of text-only issues getting truncated prematurely, but the HTML version seems to be back to normal again.
This week we open with a minor update to The E-Sylum format, a review of Gene Hessler's new autobiography, a setback to the online Breen Encyclopedia, and word of a new exhibit from the National Numismatic Collection in Washington, D.C. Other topics include Salathiel Ellis, Hans Holzer, and accounts of the John J. Ford numismatic holdings beyond the recent Stack's sales.
For more on the species numismaticus bibliognost, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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