On September 4, 1998 we published our first issue, and here we are two decades later. Here are some reader thoughts on our 20th anniversary. -Editor
Bob Rhue writes:
I hope you are duly proud of what you’ve contributed to Numismatics over the last 20 years. What you do weekly is no small feat, and your commitment and your time are deeply
appreciated by many people around the world.
Tom Babinszki writes:
Congratulations for this huge milestone! It is my absolute favorite publication, I am glad it comes each week.
I am a blind coin collector, and my biggest difficulty is that many numismatic publications are printed, which are very difficult to convert into electronic text.
The E-Sylum allows me to get the latest and greatest without much effort. You have turned my Sunday nights into a ritual, I'm waiting for the email to arrive, and I
always carve out some time to read it. Your publication alone helped to redefine what numismatics means to me.
I can't thank you enough for your weekly newsletter, and for all your help in the last few years. Please keep up the great work!
Dick Johnson writes:
Take a bow, Wayne, for 20 years of weekly effort in publishing The E-Sylum. Every publication is a reflection of its editor whose curiosity and judgment direct the
The numismatic field is fortunate in having you provide the news and information which appears every week! I share the tenant of every reader “We learn something new every
Thanks for all your effort.
Timothy Cook of Busby, MT writes:
Congratulations on your very impressive milestone. I believe I was subscriber number 755. I have kept every issue since my first one and can hardly wait each week for the next.
The E-Sylum is without a doubt the best all around numismatic e-newsletter. Everyone in the hobby should feel indebted to you for all that you have done to further research
and improve numismatic knowledge for all who are lucky enough to receive your weekly email. Thank you ever so much.
Thanks. Knowing the work is appreciated is what keeps me going. It's never stopped being fun. There's an endless supply of interesting things to learn and people to
meet. Keep your input coming! -Editor
To read the earlier E-Sylum article, see:
E-SYLUM ANNIVERSARY: 20 YEARS OF NUMISMATICS (http://www.coinbooks.org/v21/esylum_v21n35a02.html)
Wayne Homren, Editor
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