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The E-Sylum: Volume 12, Number 41, October 11, 2009, Article 13

NOTES AND COMMENTS ON LAST WEEK'S ISSUE

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? Sincerely,

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. -Editor

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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