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This week we open with updates from numismatic literature dealers Orville Grady and David Fanning, and the announcement of a new book edited by Alan Stahl of Princeton University. Next, we have reviews of recent books on Mexican coinage, Kansas paper money and numismatic photography.
In the news, a numismatist who gained even greater fame in another field has died. Other topics this week include an online version of Breen's Encyclopedia, and an answer to the Andrew and George Zabriskie query.
To learn about Google's patented book scanning technology and where to buy some awfully realistic play money, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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