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This week we open with five new books, a book review, and a new website, periodical and fixed price list - lots of great numismatic literature and information!
Other topics this week include Vietnamese cash coins, Lesher dollars, auction catalog cover art, the Boston Masonic Temple half dollars, Karl Goetz, Howland Wood, John
Albanese, R. B. White, James Risk, cast medals, the San Francisco Mint building, Hong Kong banknotes and community currencies.
To learn more about Barber silver coinage, Baden medals, Chinese numismatics in the late eighteenth to the mid-nineteenth century, Ptolemaic coins, Lincoln Printing Company
coin boards, the Eleanor Roosevelt $10 gold coin, and the 2001 Al Gore Inaugural medal, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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