Among our new subscribers this week are
Robert Stump, courtesy of Harold Levi, and Jeff Fournier.
Welcome aboard! We now have 1,339 subscribers.
This week we open with information on two new books and word of novel arrangement between two Canadian clubs to broaden access to their journals. Next up is a trip report from Len Augsburger with word of an interesting discovery.
There are several reader queries this week. Topics include J. Goldsborough Bruff, Francis Shallus, Frank Limpert and the New England Numismatic and Archeological Society.
To learn about Henry Voigt's account book, the identity of our camel-riding numismatist and political shakeups at the U.S. Mints, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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