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This week we open with a numismatic literature clearance sale, a new Colonial Newsletter, top book prizes from IAPN, updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal and Mint news from around the
Other topics this week include spooky Halloween coins, Fifth Avenue coin dealers, love token bracelets, Adolf Iklé, Chester Martin, Roger Bland, Missouri obsolete paper money, early Royal Mint
proof sets, and the Dickin medal.
To learn more about the Connecticut State Mint, Islamic coins in Rhode Island, Roman Coin Portraits, the Badger Mint, the Black Skull of Crom, the 1776 Mint at Philadelphia, the 1887 National
Indian Ball Game, Confederate half dollar restrike die trial pieces, Andy Warhol Art Cash, and The Future of Digitization, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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