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Well, we've closed another year's worth of E-Sylum issues. Thanks to all of our contributors for their input - we couldn't do this every week without you. Here's looking forward to 2011.
But first, what were some of your favorite E-Sylum articles in 2010? Here's a link to the complete archive Table of Contents (be patient - it takes a while to load). Scroll through to view headlines of all articles. Click through to read an individual article.
E-Sylum Contents - All issues 2010
This week we open with word from literature dealers John Burns and George Kolbe, a new review of Azpiazu's Modern Federal Reserve Notes, and reader feedback on the Mint issue price of 40% silver "Ike" dollars.
Other topics include the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the fate of the U.S. and Canadian one-cent pieces, and a new project relating to the electronic storage and processing of modern banknote images.
To learn more about the Army's Institute of Heraldry, the EURion constellation, turning lead coins into gold, Alan Weinberg's Confederate and Union hand-engraved silver coins, a discovery of a three-TON coin hoard, and The Woman With a Five Pound Banknote On Her Back, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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