New members this week include Raymond Gerrity.
We also have a new follower on Facebook.
We have 1,510 email subscribers, plus 173 followers on Facebook.
This week we open with some results of the recent Kolbe & Fanning Mail Bid Sale, a new book on 18th century British
coinage and currency, and a review of Wild World, Ginger Rapsus' new fiction work involving numismatics.
Other topics include a new Princeton exhibit on early American numismatic iconography, a mystery numismatist quiz, and the little-seen massive gold Carnegie Hero Titanic memorial.
To learn more about gold dust as medium of exchange, the 1873 Seated Liberty Dollar, Augustin Dupré's Diplomatic Medal, Hans Schulman and Herman Steinberg, Helena Bonham Carter and Queen Elizabeth II, Robert Hecht and Elvira and Vladimir Clain-Stefanelli, read on.
Have a great week, everyone!
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