Among our new subscribers this week are
Tony Chibbaro, and
We have 1,440 email subscribers, plus 153 followers on Facebook, including
There was one notable omission in last week's issue - in the two items relating to Karl Moulton I neglected to include contact information. Sorry! Karl may be reached via
OK, another correction: Pete Smith and Donn Perlman noted that last week's headline about the Numismatic Theatre programs at the upcoming ANA convention indicated "2001" rather than 2011. Oops! The error only occurred in the email version. Our webmaster Bruce Perdue caught the error and fixed it before posting the issue online.
This week we open with an NBS web site update and a plea for assistance from Joel Orosz. Next we have an announcement of a new book on Islamic coins and a request for help on a book about replacement notes.
Other topics include the 1933 Double Eagle legal case and the Earl of Pembroke collection.
To learn more about the 1792 Fusible Alloy cent and the whereabouts of Captain Rostron's Congressional Gold medal, read on.
Have a great week, everyone!
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