WAYNE'S WORDS: THE E-SYLUM JANUARY 18, 2009
Among our recent subscribers are John A. Mellman, Julie Dutton, and Stephen J. Ollar. Welcome aboard! We now have 1,233 subscribers.
This week open with numismatic literature sale updates from George Kolbe and Fred Lake and a review of Dave Bowers' S. S. New York book. Also Stella Coin News adds two more numismatic books to their online library.
Other topics this week include a visit to the ANS in New York, an Exhibit of Presidential and Vice Presidential Inaugural medals, critiques of Daniel Carr's "Hard Times Token" design, and the first British-American Token Congress.
Kudos to Karl Moulton for being the first reader to notice I'd forgotten to update the year to 2009 (and we're only halfway through January!) To learn about the Socoety of Bearded Numismatists, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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Wayne Homren, Editor
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