A new issue of the Journal of East Asian Numismatics has been published. Thanks to David Sundman for passing this along. -Editor
Welcome to the 5th edition of the Journal of East Asian Numismatics. In this issue we feature an article on the biography of the famous numismatic researcher Howard Franklin Bowker.
Some of the coins from the Howard Franklin Bowker East Asian Collection, that were donated to the Moritzberg Museum at Halle, Germany, will be on exhibit at the World Money Fair Berlin held February
3-5 at the Estrel Hotel Convention Center.
Mr Yuan Shui Qing, our Chinese Editor, has submitted an article in which he interviews Chinese Cash Coin expert and senior researcher Sun Zhong Hui, formerly with the Shanghai Museum.
In this issue we welcome a guest article about Chinese Sychee by Thomas Uhlmann, a researcher from Germany. Steve Feller, former longtime editor of the International Banknote Society Journal, has
submitted another interesting article about his physics and numismatics trips to China.
Our Senior Editor, Bruce Smith, has an article on Taiping Silver Cash Coins which should be very interesting for our readers on this important series. The former Senior Engraver of the Shanghai
Banknote Printing and Minting Zhao Qi Ming provided an article based on the background to the engraving of a Macau Banknote plate. Wang Li Yan submitted a study of the Gong Tun Chi Jin round
For researchers and bibliophiles, the issue contains short reviews by Bruce W. Smith and Ray Bows of seven books on Chinese numismatics. For more information on JEAN contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. -Editor
To read previous issues, see:
The first issue of Jean link (http://issuu.com/jean388/docs/the_first_issue_of_jean) The second issue of Jean link (http://issuu.com/jean388/docs/the_second_issue_of_jean) The third issue of Jean link (http://issuu.com/jean388/docs/the_third_issue_of_jean) The fourth issue of Jean link (http://issuu.com/jean388/docs/the_fourth_issue_of_jean)
Wayne Homren, Editor
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