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The E-Sylum: Volume 13, Number 18, May 2, 2010, Article 22

QUICK QUIZ: WHO IS THE MYSTERY NUMISMATIST?

Since we had a lot of fun with the Frank Dupee photo postcard, I thought I'd make a quiz out of a postcard in my ephemera collection. It depicts a famous U.S. numismatist. Who is it? Where is he? When was this taken? -Editor

Mystery Numismatic Postcard

THE BOOK BAZARRE

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Wayne Homren, Editor

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