Mark Borckardt writes:
I compiled an index to the first 100 issues of Rare Coin Review. I then sent the compilation to Ken and Myron at the Money Tree who tweaked it and published it (and also got the profits, if there were any).
Leon Saryan writes:
Does the American Numismatic Association have the largest numismatic library in the world, as the Monroe, MI newspaper claims, or is that honor reserved for another institution?
As far as I know, the ANA has never claimed to have the largest numismatic library - the reporter probably goofed (it wouldn't be the first time a reporter got their facts twisted). The ANA does claim to have the largest CIRCULATING numismatic library, and I think that's true, at least in the U.S.
Philippe de Henaut writes:
In the September 27th E-Sylum, Dick Johnson expressed an interest in having a memorable acronym based on NIP and Tuck but couldn't come up with the appropriate words for TUCK. I would like to suggest the following for NIP N' TUCK ; Numismatic Type Universal Catalog of Known articles from non-numismatic publications. Admittedly, it's a bit long but . . .
Wayne Homren, Editor
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