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This week we open with word of an important numismatic discovery and a new book on the coinage of Peter Getz.
Next up is a new CD book of a long out-of-print classic on U.S. obsolete currency, and a review of the Whitman book on Washington quarters. Other books discussed are Greek and Roman Coins from the du Chastel Collection and The Mystery Of Henry Morgan: A Numismatic Detective Story.
On the periodical front was have information about the latest issues of the Conder Token Collector's Journal and The Colonial Newsletter.
New topics this week include earthquake tokens, the new Elizabeth Cross, the Baroon Dollar and low-value debit cards. To learn about the craze over the Royal Mint's dateless 20p coins, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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