Among our new subscribers this week is
Neil Aitchison. Welcome aboard! We now have 1,358 subscribers.
Our family had a wonderful trip to Hershey Park this week, and even Hannah rode most of the roller coasters.
We're thinking about New York City for another family excursion - Dee and the kids have never been there. Recommendations and suggestions are welcome; is there such a things as an affordable, family-friendly place for a party of seven to stay in the city? And how do you get around with a group that large - hail two cabs every time?
This week we open with a reminder of the impending deadline for exhibit applications at the upcoming ANA convention in Boston, followed by an update from Howard Daniel, information and reviews on three numismatic books and a sneak peek at Larry Lee's upcoming book on Colorado gold coins based on the Frederick Mayer collection.
Other topics this week include the S.S. Central America "Ship of Gold" exhibit, publications of the Coin & Currency Institute, and the different names for Chinese currency. To see your Editor get slapped upside the head, and learn about runic symbols in numismatics, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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