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This week we open with the NLG Writers’ Competition, two new books, one new periodical issue, and one book review. Other topics this week include making cents at the Denver Mint, the Token and
Medal Society, problems with recycled metal in medal-making, collector Robert Gilmor, Jr., dealer Bill Youngerman, auction previews, and silver Panamint balls.
To learn more about the coinage of Paraguay, pre-modern Central Asian coins, the "E.T. coin", the death of Josiah K. Lilly, the Invisible Empire, England's first trade tokens, and
the coins of Maria Theresa, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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