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Happy Birthday to Abraham Lincoln, Charles Darwin and author Judy Blume. This week we open with a new Kolbe & Fanning fixed price list, one book review, and updates from the Smithsonian and the
Newman Numismatic Portal.
Other topics this week include extracting laminated banknotes, black history in numismatics, San Francisco dealer Ernest Haquette, Belgian medallist Godefroid Devreese, cut coins, Olga
Korbut's Olympic medals, and why people write checks for groceries.
To learn more about Counterfeiting and Technology , the Washington Temperance Benevolent Society Medal, a new Harriet Tubman photo, the Social War Denarius, Denton's Collectors'
Token, Hairdressing Archaeologist Janet Stephens and the most ZZ Top-like of the Byzantine beards, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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