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This week we open with a note on NBS membership dues, eight new books and journals, and two reviews.
Other topics include European coinage reference catalogs, part II of the Newman sales, code talkers Congressional gold medals, the Milton Holmes collection and coining technology over the centuries.
To learn more about numismatic employment opportunities, Roman Denarii found in Sweden, the life of Gar Travis, Moulton's book on John J. Ford, Jr. and the ‘Franklin Hoard’, collectors Waldo Newcomer and James Ten Eyck, the Goloid Metric Dollar, U.S. Subsistence Department tokens, and the Ho-Chunk Nation, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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