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January 20, 2019

Cover of Asylum V36N3 - Asylym Fall 2018

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    The Asylum V36 N4 Table of Contents
  • Message from the President By Tom Harrison
  • Del Bland (1933–2018) By David F. Fanning
  • An Afternoon at Princeton University By Ray Williams
  • Off the Shelf: A Deluxe Edition of an 1899 German Sale of American Coins By David F. Fanning
  • ASSOCIATIONS: Autographs • Annotations • Inscriptions
  • Del Bland’s William H. Sheldon-Inscribed Copy of Early American Cents: Before the Sheriff Nabbed the Switcher By Joel J. Orosz
  • Researching Your Ancient Coins By Shanna Schmidt

Martin Gengerke has made his book on ANA Auctions Open Source and available for download by NBS Member at no charge. The book can be found on the Resources Page. The book will also be placed on the NBS Wiki so that NBS members can add information to the book.



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Photo from the cover of Louis Helfenstein Collection of Large Cents (August 14, 1964). 
				Catalog image courtesy of Dan Hamelberg.

Photo from the cover of Louis Helfenstein Collection of Large Cents (August 14, 1964). Catalog image courtesy of Dan Hamelberg.