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This week we open with an update from Fred Lake, one new book and reviews of the new books by Roger Burdette and Dick Doty. Other topics include eBay's Cuban numismatic item policy, American Eagle gaming counters, new banknotes from the U.S. and the Bank of England, medalist Merlin Szäsz and a tour of the Royal Mint.
To learn more about Hindu and Greco Roman Gods, Haymarket Massacre souvenirs, the Numismatics International Seminar, Paine's Early Paper Currency of Massachusetts, and Henry C. Hines' 1799 cent, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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