THE DECEMBER 2008 SPINK AUCTION INSIDER HIGHLIGHTS NUMISMATIC CIRCULAR
The December 2008 Auction Insider published by Spink includes a brief article on the history of the Numismatic Circular.
First published in December 1892, the house organ has been produced continually with few major glitches, even through World War II, when the Spink office was hit by a bomb.
Only four distinguished editors have guided its publication over the last 116 years: Leonard Forrer, Howard Linecar, Douglas Saville, and now Philip Skingley.
Wayne Homren, Editor
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