Among our new subscribers this week is
Christopher L. Cobert.
We now have 1,400 email subscribers, plus 116 followers on Facebook, including Abhay Bhalerao.
This week we open with an update on our AOL problem, and a report on a water damage problem at the ANA library. Next up are reminders from dealers Fred Lake and David Sklow, and an announcement of six new Moneta publications. Book reviews this week cover three old and new numismatic works.
Other topics include the new U.S. Mint YouTube channel, the Lasser Collection at Colonial Williamsburg, e-books, and looting in Egypt.
To learn more about Saxton's 1837 medal-ruling machine, Schenkmanís research
on American Diesinkers and Engravers, book mutilation, and S. G. Onions' Teaching Coins, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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