Among our new subscribers this week are
David Thomas Alexander,
Paul J. Bosco,
Dr. Jay Galst,
Constantin Marinescu, PhD
, all courtesy of John and Nancy Wilson; also
Dan Smith, and
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This week we open with updates from two of our numismatic literature dealers, and reviews and information on three new numismatic titles.
In other topics, we have more information on U.S. Food Stamp coupons and CIA medals.
To learn about counterfeit cash in Japan, the oldest Roman coin found in Britain, and the topless dancer and six tons of rare coins and silver, read on.
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