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This week we open with more highlights from the upcoming Kolbe & Fanning numismatic literature sale, FOUR new books, a new journal issue, a book review, and the passing of
another prominent numismatic figure.
Other topics this week include the St. Louis Stamp & Coin Co., numismatics and sports, collector/dealer John Zug, coin model Hettie Anderson, engraver James Longacre, coin
counterfeits, reissued 50 pence coins, the Lutes discovery 1943 bronze cent, prop money and Breadcoins.
To learn more about Indiana obsolete banknotes and scrip, colonial minter Walter Mould, two coin collectors who owned the NHL Los Angeles Kings, the recoined sols, the Chicago
Coin Club 100th anniversary Redbook, the Berlin giant gold coin heist trial, and the man who purchased 25,000 1909-S VDB Lincoln cents from the San Francisco Mint, read on. Have a
great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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