FALL 1999 ASYLUM ON ITS WAY
Our editor Marilyn Reback reports that the latest issue of our print journal, The Asylum, should soon be appearing in the mailboxes of NBS members. Contents include:
- • "The Numismatist: The First Six Volumes - Where are They Now" by David J. Sklow
- • "Daniel Groux's "Descriptive Catalogue" for the Maryland Historical Society and the Coins of Joel Barlow", by Joel J. Orosz.
- • "Ad Hominem Ad Nauseam: The "Great Debate" between Michael Hodder & Theodore Buttrey", by Joel J. Orosz.
In addition to these feature articles, there are Letters to the Editor relating to early dealer price lists and stationary, and a copy of the rare 1863 pamphlet "Something About Coins", discovered by David Hirt.
Wayne Homren, Editor
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