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Happy Father's Day, Dads! My afternoon was spent with the whole family watching the animated film Epic. After a great restaurant dinner and dessert I came home to play basketball and a couple games of Monopoly before the kids' bedtime. Now I'm working on The E-Sylum before calling it a night. It was a good day.
This week we open with a numismatic literature sale and a couple new or recent books on world numismatics.
Other topics include the fires in Colorado Springs, the Drake Mercator Map medal, and Alaska's Fort Knox.
To learn more about Jim Kelly and the first editor of Coin World, the Bushnell sale of 1882, the First National Oyster Bank, Eric Newman's early U.S. dollars, the Mysterious Large Cent lady, and why it's a bad idea to wear a nylon jacket with a wool shirt, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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