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This week we open with information on three new books and periodicals, and my review of the Spring 2013 issue of the Journal of Numismatic Research.
Other topics include studying coins from photos vs. in-person, collecting gold coins in the post Gold Act era, the Washington's Headquarters coin hoard, and the Bank of England's announcement of a switch to polymer banknotes.
To learn more about Georgian coins, special edition numismatic auction catalogs, Benjamin Franklin Peale's innovations, early coin dealer phone numbers, more numismatic postcards, Turkeys in Numismatics and the Sulphur Centennial Commemorative Coin, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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