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This week we open with a call for articles for our print journal, a final reminder for the Kolbe & Fanning numismatic literature sale #151, four new books, two periodicals
and the loss of a numismatic author.
Other topics this week include a new grant program promoting original research in American numismatics, new details on Harry Boosel's campaign for a 2 1/2 cent coin,
Augustus Saint-Gaudens' birthplace, American numismatic pioneer Henry Davenport, atomic test chits, Syria's 50-pound coin, and an Operation Bernhard printing plate.
To learn more about Lincoln cents, paper payment tokens in Israel, NENA News, the Boston Masonic Temple half dollars, recoined sol undertypes, the early American medal
display at Mount Vernon, cast doubles, Lafayette's George Washington mourning ring, and the Penickel, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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