Among our new subscribers this week are
Gary Patterson, courtesy of David Gladfelter,
Joe Fitzpatrick, and
Arianna D'Ottone. Welcome aboard! We now have 1,339 subscribers.
This week we open with results of Kolbe's 112th sale.
Next, we have some interesting essays on the Stack Family numismatic library, and announcements and reviews of eight(!) new and recent books.
In topics raised earlier, we have more information on Frank Limpert, J. Goldsborough Bruff and Francis Shallus. In the news, we have articles on planned composition changes for U.S. coins and the opening of the Jacob Perkins Printing and Engraving building.
To learn about numismatics and astronomical symbols,
Nemahaw half-chief Ke-ro-ich's peace medal,
interest bearing paper money of the U.S., the U.S. "coins that might have been", the Picture of Dorian Gray, and some "great stuff on Bruff," read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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