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This week we open with an update from David Sklow about his October numismatic literature sale, one new book and three reviews.
Other topics include Thian's Register of the Confederate Debt, modern coin-making at the Philadelphia Mint, wrong planchet errors, electrum coinage, and the Museum of Historical Shares and Bonds.
To learn more about Communion Tokens, Ephraim Brasher and the Brazilian gold, sculpting coins in Adobe Photoshop, the Lovers' Coin, and drunkards, fornicators and witches (oh, my!), read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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