Howard Berlin is on the move again (or will be soon...) He'd like our help in planning stops along his upcoming trips. Can anyone offer suggestions?
Its 2011 and the Numismatourist (a moniker your E-Sylum editor bestowed on me several years ago) has completed a trip itinerary for this year, taking in several numismatic venues along the way. Im asking for any assistance for those locations where I was unable to locate any numismatic museums, exhibits, or mints that are open to the public (free or $$).
Belgrade any ideas?
Zagreb Muzej Grada Zagreba
Milan Sforza Castle Museum
Genoa any ideas?
Bologna any ideas?
San Marino Coin & Stamp Museum; Museo di Stato
Berlin covered all coin collections here in 8 previous visits; completing material for another book
Amsterdam any ideas?
Haarlem Teylers Museum
Jerusalem The Bank of Israel; the Israel Museum (numismatic exhibit reopened); already have visited the Kadman Museum in Tel Aviv
Wayne Homren, Editor
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