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There was a minor glitch in the system this week with articles starting with The Colonial Newsletter article to just before The Baroon Dollar article all had right-sided justification instead of the normal left-sided margin justification.
I noticed that in my copy, too, as did Pete Smith. Sorry! I'm not sure how this happens, but it did occur once before. The issue looks good on our web site, though, so readers can always check there if there is a problem with formatting. See: www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v12n27toc.html .
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This week we open with another surprise from the Stack's firm of New York, but it's good news for numismatic bibliophiles (and George Kolbe, who has a new fixed price list out this week). Next is word from Krause Publications on new e-books from their Coins of the World digital price guide series, and a review of the Whitman Colonial coin encyclopedia by John and Nancy Wilson.
But that's not all for numismatic literature - Charlie Davis chimes in on the 100 Greatest list and I discuss the latest issue of the TAMS Journal.
Other topics include the Contamin reducing machine, more earthquake tokens and medals, the California treasury warrants, a rare Rhode Island lifesaving medal and the "Eurodollar" coin, a proposed unified world currency.
To learn about the bar whose floor is literally paved with money, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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