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This week we open with, well... nothing on numismatic literature. With everyone busy at the ANA convention, I've gotten no announcements or reviews of new books, which is a rare event lately. We do have some articles relating to numismatic literature though, and my numismatic diary includes some information on the NBS general meeting.
Hopefully we'll have more to report next week.
I made it to the convention despite the rocky start to my trip, and despite my short stay there, I had a great time. It was nice to see so many NBS members and E-Sylum readers all in one place. It was bibliophile heaven for a day.
Meanwhile, we do have quite a few notes from E-Sylum readers following up on earlier aritcles. Other topics this week include Irwin Stoff's Brenner collection, the H.O. Granberg family and the 1804 Silver Dollar, alternative compositions for U.S. coins and the coins of ancient Neapolis.
To learn more about the Harmless Squirrel, Whitman "black books",
appealingly naked coins, and pencils, read on.
Have a great week, everyone!
Wayne Homren, Editor
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