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This week we open with more highlights from Kolbe & Fanning's Sale #147, three new books, and a new feature and content for the Newman Numismatic Portal.
Other topics this week include that "1894-S Dime" reported in the media last week, German dealer Adolph Cahn, the Virginia Numismatic Association, Arabian coins in the American colonies,
Nazi counterstamps, nanoscale printing, and the origins of paper money.
To learn more about fips and fipenny bits, our travel quiz answers, Evergreen House, the William Seward assassination attempt, Vooruit Cooperative tokens, the Pope quarter, and Marlene
Dietrich's massive short snorter, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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