Among our recent subscribers is Jeff Bolte. We now have 1,229 subscribers.
Regarding last week's issue Joe Boling writes:
Starting right after Howard's book article, all the rest of the issue was with blue background as if it were editor's comments, and was right justified, which was a bit hard to read in places.
That problem happened with my issue as well, although Joe was the only reader to mention it. My pre-publication tests and the NBS web archive version turned out normal. My apologies to anyone who experienced these formatting problems.
In my preface last week to Bob Leonard's note on the "Great Depreciation" I mistakenly attributed remarks by David Lange to Tom DeLorey. Sorry, guys. Tom writes:
An equally good theory, but why would Polhemus have been held responsible for the law of supply and demand? I doubt we shall ever know the true answer.
This week we open with an update on our print journal The Asylum and word about three different numismatic literature sales. Next, Krause Publications announces two new books and collectors discuss the binding on Breen's Encyclopedia.
Other topics this week are the late coin photographer Larry Stevens, a new web site linking to online numismatic literature, and a Lincoln letter's return to the National Archives.
To learn what the new horror film "Drag Me To Hell" has to do with numismatics, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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