New subscribers this week include
Thomas F Clarke,
Norma J Puddester,
Ron Zitterkopf, and
Kent D Johnson.
We have 1,502 email subscribers, plus 170 followers on Facebook.
To follow up from last week, Eric Schena came home from the hospital on Monday and has recovered pretty well. He's heading back to work tomorrow.
This week we open with a note about the latest issue of our print journal, and a numismatic literature auction note followed by announcements of three new numismatic books and a story about a numismatic bookstore in India.
Other topics this week include a White House petition on coinage reform, the British Museum numismatic gallery, the 1841 Maundy coinage, and another Roman brothel token.
To learn more about printing technology, quoins,
Cow medallist Gozo Kawamura, and coin deliveries to Berbice, Essequibo & Demerara, read on.
Have a great week, everyone!
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