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This week we open with two important new numismatic books, a new periodical, a book review, and an annual report for the Newman Numismatic Portal. Other topics this week include Chinese guides for
identifying silver dollars, the 2018 Winter Olympic medals, Alfred S. Robinson, A. J. Vanderbilt, Don Bailey, Liberty Seated Dollars, the Confederate Catholic Rebel Crown, and Numismatics
To learn more about U.S. Proof Coins, contemporary counterfeit Halfpennies and Farthings, Gun Money, the Carolus peso, U.S. Coinage Ledgers, the No Cents V Nickel, die states, the new head of the
Royal Mint, and why George VII doesn't have a crown yet, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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