New subscribers this week include: Emil Eusanio and Mark Hotz. Welcome aboard! We now have 1,847 subscribers.
This week we open with updates from literature dealers Lake and Kolbe & Fanning, three new books, two new periodicals, and a review of
the Pogue sale catalog.
Other topics include the Langbord 1933 Double Eagles, 1895 dollars, a BEP digitization project, Castorland jetons, Brenner's Lincoln
cent plaster, Henning's counterfeit nickels, and Gibraltar's Three Garridebs crowns.
To learn more about the Casa de Moneda de Lima, the Ricketts's Circus Token, the Higley King, the Myth of Appomattox, the Diana
ashtray, Brazilian gold ingots, the Castle Garden token, and mediocrity and greatness in numismatics, read on. Have a great week,
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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