Among our new subscribers this week are
Susan Goggins of Whitman Books, and
Welcome aboard! We now have 1,351 subscribers.
Thanks to everyone who wrote to me about my recent car accident. My son and I were quite lucky. However, one of our regular contributors suffered a tragic loss recently.
Katie Jaeger writes: "I wanted to let everyone know that my dear friend and fellow researcher Kay O. Freeman lost her son (quite suddenly) to heart disease on Sunday May 30.
His name was Clinton Spencer Freeman and worked as an
Art Director/Photographer in New York City for much of his career.
I'm sure I speak for all of our readers in expressing our sympathy for Kay's loss and our best wishes in this difficult time.
This week we open with an update on the NBS Bibliography project, followed by word from numismatic literature dealers Sklow and Lake. Next we have two new book announcements and a review by Tom Kays of John Kleeberg's book, Numismatic Finds of the Americas.
Other topics include an opening for a curator at the National Numismatic Collection, the SPMS author's Forum, the relationship between coins and buttons, and interviews with Dave Lange and Ed Moy.
To learn about Lulu.com, the Economite Hoard, America's secret mint and the used book stores of Budapest, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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