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This week we open with a new issue of The Asylum, NBS Publication awards, multiple numismatic literature sales, two new books and one review.
Other topics this week include The Rag Picker, Snapchat, Wikipedia, numismatic diaries from myself and Garrett Ziss, coin designers Barbara Fox and Jody Clark, the Central American Mint,
colonial fiscal paper, the coins of Jesus and the medals of Maria Theresa.
To learn more about numismatic bibliomania origin stories, the William A. Burd numismatic library, contemporary catalogues of 18th century British trade tokens, U.S. paper money books,
Romania's solar eclipse note, the Nixon Penny, the Pantikapaion gold stater, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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