Among our new subscribers this week are
Walther Ellis and
We now have 1,410 email subscribers, plus 129 followers on Facebook, including
Timothy Cook and the Sociedad Numismática de Bolivia.
Sorry about the Subject line in last week's issue - that was due to my haste in catching up from my computer crash. Without "The E-Sylum" in the subject line, the mailing went into at least one reader's Junk box.
We're pretty much back on track now, but I have a very limited email address book now. If you've emailed me recently and didn’t get a reply or see your submission in a recent issue, please write again. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week we open with items about numismatic literature at the upcoming Chicago International Coin Fair, Fred Lake's next sale, and a new book. Next, we have a review of Christopher Eimer's new book on British medals, and word of the loss of another numismatic personality.
Other topics include the Ashmolean Museum numismatic collection, the Birmingham Mnt, movie prop money, and an unusual counterfeiter.
To learn more about "Mr. 880", Scottish Communion token references, coin trail publicity stunts, and how the Internet has changed rare coin auctions, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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