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This week we open with word from several numismatic literature dealers, announcements of three new numismatic books, and a book review.
Other topics include the Belskie Museum medal exhibit, a man's quest to save the date on Standing Liberty Quarters, and the Numismatic Indexes Project (NIP).
Several legal topics are discussed this week, including the 1933 Double Eagle lawsuit, a lawsuit against Heritage, and the bankruptcy of National Gold Exchange.
To learn about the theft of Admiral Nelson's gold medals and Paddy the Pigeon's Dickin medal, read on.
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