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This week we open with word of the latest Asylum issue, an offering of U.S. Bank Histories, one new book and a short review of Karl Moulton's book on John J. Ford and the Franklin Hoard.
Other topics include the late Richard G. Doty, the West Point and San Francisco mints, and the new Royal Mint exhibit at the Tower of London.
To learn more about
Kelly's Coins and Chatter,
Voigt's personal account book,
Adolph Hitler's Love Token, and Australia's scented polymer notes, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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