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This week we open with an update from Fred Lake and information about an online sale of numismatic literature. Next up are notes about dealers at this week's Baltimore show, and three book reviews.
Other topics include Peace medals at the Gilcrease Museum, collectors George Scanlon and Mary Blankenbuehler, Carson City Mint Press No. 1, silver ingots, and the coin cabinet of the National Museum of Slovenia.
To learn more about Liberty Seated Coin glass, the International Congress on Medieval Studies, coinage of the Habsburgs, grading reconsideration, a hoard of 1792 half dismes, the rare coin gumball machine and the largest nose depicted on a coin, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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