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This week we open with numismatic literature at the New York International, highlights from the upcoming Kolbe & Fanning numismatic literature sale, and the loss of
bibliophile Craig Smith.
Other topics this week include the Love Letter, the British Library's data science project, coin designer training, the Columbia & Washington medal, the Janice
Ian collection, numismatics and sports, Clark Gruber territorial gold, Made Beaver tokens, gold dust as currency, and the bond that still pays 280 years later.
To learn more about Benjamin Collins's large cents, John Robinson's oriental coins, coin collecting on a budget, canneluring machines, the testoon of Mary Stuart, the 1859
Philippines Paris Mint 80 Reales pattern, Elder's Roald Amundsen token, Dennis Wegley, colorized silver eagles and Cheechako Money, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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