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We now have 1,253 subscribers. Thanks again to Michel Prieur for publicizing The E-Sylum - several of our new readers are from France.
This week's issue includes an announcement of new titles on ancient Greek coinage and U.S. Bust Quarters, plus a review of an Augustus Saint-Gaudens exhibition catalog.
Also featured this week are several queries from numismatic researchers and curious readers, covering topics as diverse as Lion Dollars, engraved Morgan dollars, the French five francs of Napoleon and the word "bicenquinquagenary".
To learn about the mysterious ledger 694, the Museum of the National Bank of Belgium, the hypnotic bank robbers and the coin-making robot, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Numismatic Bibliomania Society
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