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This week we open with word of the passing of numismatic publisher Al Hoch, and an update on the problems several readers are having with their AOL email service. In other NBS news, Pete Smith has made a new update of his American Numismatic Biographies available on the NBS web site.
Next, we have updates from literature dealers Fred Lake and Kolbe & Fanning.
Other topics this week include announcements of two new numismatic books, a review of the Encyclopedia of Roman Imperial Coins, Second Edition, the Adelphi University numismatic program, and Sabine Pass medal copies.
To learn about other Whitman Vault Books, a coin containing a piece of amber, an author's hidden coin mystery, Vietnamese gold wafers and anaglyptographic illustrations, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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