New subscribers this week include
Al Cobb Sr.,
Joe Ferrand, Jim Buggie, Angie Moore,
Barry Stallard and
We have 1,540 email subscribers, plus 173 followers on Facebook.
What a great crop of new subscribers! They're in for a treat - tonight's issue is a nice one. We
open with updates from numismatic literature dealers David Fanning and David Sklow, followed by
notices of two new books and a review of the 2013 Guide Book of United States Coins.
Other topics include Indian coinage, numismatic lectures and exhibits around the world, Harry W.
Bass, Utah's legal tender act, eBay policy changes, Canada's new coin technology and Hell bank
To learn more about premiums paid for postal and fractional currency, the artistic tradition of
the city view on coins and medals, and the role of money in the Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre,
Have a great week, everyone!
Wayne Homren, Editor
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