Among our new subscribers this week are
Mark A. Collier, and
We now have 1,386 email subscribers, plus 90 followers on Facebook, including
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This week we open with updates from numismatic literature dealers Charlie Davis and Fred Lake, followed by announcements for three new books and a review of Jim Koenings' new monograph.
Other topics discussed this week include more Japanese translations of numismatic books from U.S. publishers, spicy reading in old Mint reports, the Medal of the Month Foundation, and scrapbooks as research source material.
To learn about numismatic ghosts, coins and medals made of tea, soap and lava, and the sexually transmitted diseases of Assay Office officials, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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