NOTES FROM THE NUMISMATIST
The October, 2000 issue of the American Numismatic
Association's journal The Numismatist brings several
items of interest to bibliophiles, including:
"The Curious Case of the Collectors Kline" by NBS
Board member Joel J. Orosz, solves a mystery about
coin dealers A. C. Kline and John W. Kline (p1147).
"The Inventive, Controversial Ormsby" by Gene
Hessler in his "Notes on Paper" column, writes about
Waterman Lilly Ormsby, Sr., author of the rare 1852
work, "A Description of the Present System of Bank
Note Engraving." (p1166).
Wayne Homren, Editor
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