New subscribers this week include: Gary Conner. Welcome aboard! We now have 2,006 subscribers.
This week we open with a new fixed price list from Karl Moulton, three new or updated books, two scholarly articles on ISIS coinage, and
a review of Nyberg's Robert Scot book.
Other topics this week include early U.S. silver dollar research on the Newman Portal, Hobo Nickels, Love Tokens, the M. Walford token,
Joseph Saxton, Jacob Postley, and the Pierre de Coubertin Olympic medal.
To learn more about polymer banknotes, Rothschild gold bars, Dale End, Edison Electric's first dollar, barmaid's grief, ramen
noodle money, and the Pulitzer Prize for Numismatics, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
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