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This week we open with information about two upcoming numismatic literature sales, five new numismatic publications, and a review of the John Ford/'Franklin Hoard' book.
Other topics include Cash Savings Checks, the Universal Rarity Scale, the catalog of the Tettenhorst collection of US. half cents, Virgil Hanks, former ANA Executive Director Jeff Shevlin, and how to make an electrotype.
To learn more about the Father Kino silver bars, the Bateman tokens of Warrnambool, that Old Book Smell, Venezuelan Beaver Cheese and John Ford's hotel hallway adventure, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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