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This week we open with more reports on the NBS meetings at last week's ANA convention, a follow-up on The E-Sylum's 2012 NLG award, and notes from numismatic literature dealers Fred Lake and Kolbe & Fanning. As if that's not enough, we have information on FOUR new numismatic (or related) titles.
Other topics include the S.S. Central America treasure, George Clapp's cost code, the Long Island Coin Club and their Grand Central Coin Conventions, Abe Kosoff, Eric Newman, and Harvey Elfenstein.
To learn more about 19th Century Counterfeit Detection & Prevention Literature, Rufus Tyler's letter to Alexander Bache, loving your numismatic librarian, Augustus Heaton, "To Gus For Valor", Lithuanian American lodge tokens and the tokens of Nuttsville, VA, read on.
Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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