GLEANINGS FROM COIN WORLD
Michael E. Marotta has a nice article on dealer B. Max Mehl
in the May 1st issue, citing, among other sources, an article in
the Summer 1994 issue of The Asylum. (May 1, 2000, p20)
Q. David Bowers
"would be delighted to hear from anyone with
access to The Boston Evening Transcript, for the period 1855
to 1860. It is likely that some of the first authoritative information
concerning U.S. coins appeared in that venue..." "to share your
finds, please write to me at Box 1224, Wolfeboro, NH 03894." (May 8, 2000 issue, p68)
Wayne Homren, Editor
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