The American Numismatic Society is replacing The Colonial Newsletter with the Journal of Early American Numismatics (JEAN). Here's the announcement from the May 2018 issue of their
electronic newsletter ANS News. -Editor
The inaugural issue of the Journal of Early American Numismatics (JEAN) will ship to subscribers in early July. It will replace The Colonial Newsletter. Edited by Christopher McDowell, the 240-page
journal includes five articles: “Fiscal Paper and the Financing of the Revolutionary War: The Link between Speculation in Public Securities and Connecticut Coppers” (Christopher McDowell), “(Re-)Discovery: Yale’s Second and
Third Noe II-A New England Shillings” (B. D. R. Hellings), “The Evolution of Spanish Colonial Coinage and its Influence on the United States” (Brian Stickney), “Higley Tokens: The Value of Three Pence” (Joseph Daragan), “The
Mysterious Auctori Plebis Tokens” (Jeff Rock).
New subscribers are always welcome, and the ANS encourages readers of the new journal to recommend it to their libraries. To subscribe (or to renew a subscription), contact Emma Pratte, ANS Membership Assistant, at
212.571.4470 x117, or email@example.com. Subscriptions are US $60.00 (two issues/year).
Here's some more from the ANS web site. -Editor
The Journal of Early American Numismatics (JEAN) is a new research journal based on the former Colonial Newsletter (CNL) dedicated to the study of early American numismatics. Founded in 1960, CNL
continuously published some of the most scholarly and seminal studies in this area of numismatics. Focusing on the study of the coinages produced by the states during the Confederation period of the United States, CNL also
investigated a variety of other specie that the U.S.’s forefathers used in their daily lives.
JEAN expands the focus of CNL with contributions on numismatics of all of the Americas during the same time period covered by CNL, and is published as a bound scholarly journal twice a year in June and
For more information, or to subscribe, see:
Wayne Homren, Editor
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