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This week we open with two updates from Kolbe & Fanning numismatic literature booksellers, three new books and one periodical.
Other topics this week include dealer Jim Fairfield, Newman Portal updates and discoveries, coin designer web sites, more on that purported 1894-S dime discovery, a 1797 engraved lifesaving medal,
Paris Mint renovations, crocodile coinage, and the Isaac Newton 50p.
To learn more about Isabel II of Spain, the Halifax Banking Company, Comptroller of the Currency Annual Reports, blacksmith tokens, the Wayback Machine, a two-tailed Washington quarter, George
Washington Inaugural buttons, the 1964 St. Louis Bicentennial Medal, the colonial French sol of 1767, and the vegan restaurant that accepts animal fat banknotes, read on. Have a great week,
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