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This week we open with a request from the Numismatic Bibliomania Society, three new books, one review, and multiple items on numismatic digitization.
Other topics this week include the ANA Summer Seminar, the Idaho Quarter launch ceremony, calendar medals, 1804 dollars, 1933 double eagles, American fiscal paper, barbarous radiates, the 1605
Gunpowder plot, banknotes under ultraviolet light, and Britain's Treasure Act.
To learn more about the Wappenmünzen Scarab Beetle Didrachm, Roman coin portraits, Emperor Norton, George Casilear, Lincoln Vanderblatt, Charles Adam Windau, thefts from Sweden's Royal Coin
Cabinet, the first dated taler, Manship's ashtray medals, and the money casket, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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