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This week we open with two books, a new periodical, one review, and updates to the NGC and Newman Numismatic Portal web sites. Other topics this week include tax tokens, Alfred S. Robinson, visual
search, the Pictured Rocls quarter launch, the Royal Mint's steel coins, die cavities and high points, the Legionary denarius, menorahs on Muslin coins, hunger strike medals, and Olympic medals,
coins and tokens.
To learn more about Irish tavern tokens, the Silver of Fairyland, the top world counterfeits, coal company scrip and tokens, U.S. Mint Sculptor-Engraver Michael Gaudioso, Royal Mint history, the
Anti-Corn Law League medal, Sri Lanka's Diversity banknote and gender numismatics, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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