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This week we open with two new books, a new periodical issue and one book review. Other topics this week include Leon Hendrickson, Jon Amato, Wikipedia, Royal Mint artist Jody Clark, U.S. Mint
artist Don Everhart, Myron Xenos, stacking coin weights, Roman hacksilver, and little pointy beards on coins.
To learn more about African-Americans at the Connecticut mint, numismatics of the total eclipse, digital obsolescence, King Rama V, Rev. Justus Doolittle, the Numismatourist, the Bearded Goddess,
the Banksy Di-faced Tenner, bibliokleptomania and the Panhandler’s Lament, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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