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This week we open with one new book, one addenda, a review of Gustave Fock numismatic literature catalogues, updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, and word of the passing of Dr. Theodore
"Ted" Buttrey Jr.
Other topics this week include where the 1833 Liberia tokens were made, ISIS coinage, National Coin Week, Numismatic Ambassadors, the Orphan Anne dime, the Fisler & Chance token, the Jeffery North
medal, Saxon coins and medals, the Kew Gardens 50 pence, elongated cents, and the $50 gold slugs of Granville Swift.
To learn more about 1802 half dimes, 1846 dimes, false Western American gold bars, Baghdad Trench Art coins, collar dies, the Elizabeth I gold ship real, the antoninianus of usurper Julian of
Pannonia, and the 1872 World's Peace Jubilee medal, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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