New subscribers this week include: Nancy Wooten, courtesy of Bob Fritsch; J. Fred Maples, David Clayton, Daniel Williams and Mike Schmidt. Welcome
aboard! We now have 1,809 subscribers.
This week we open with five new numismatic books, the loss of Sterling Rachootin and Alex Clain-Stefanelli, the Partrick Challenge results and the
Boston time capsule opening.
Other topics include the Overton-130 1795 Half Dollar, Oscar Pearl, aluminum postage currency patterns, the Monnaie de Paris, Morgan dollar model
Anna Williams, World War II Japanese counterfeiting of Chinese banknotes, ancient coin manufacturing methods, and Guatemalan coins.
To learn more about The Banknote Book, a porcupine’s quill, tiny medieval Russian coins, minimissimi, McKenzie’s three punters medallion,
monkey money, a funeral director's custom penny boards, crematorium identification tags, and the worst counterfeit banknote ever, read on. Have a
great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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