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This week's issue opens with an overview of the founding of The E-Sylum, then moves straight on to our core topic: numismatic literature.
First up is an announcement from David Lange with a new price for his Coin Collecting Boards book. Next we have an update from David Sklow, a report from Ray Williams on a recent talk he gave on numismatic literature, an offer for Whitman Publishing of a review copy of David MacDonald's new book, Overstruck Greek Coins, and a survey regarding the 1868 Historical Account of American Coinage by Hickcox.
Other topics include library reprints of numismatic works from Amazon.com, the 2009 Coinage of the Americas Conference, Mardi Gras doubloons, courtesy in numismatic research and Indian canteen tokens.
To learn about "Silver Dollar Finkelstein", Nicaraguan banknote wallpaper, the terquasquicentennial medal of the U.S. F. Constellation and Humphrey Pinhorn's peripatetic cent, read on.
Numismatic Bibliomania Society
Wayne Homren, Editor
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