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This week we open with numismatic literature lot selections from Stack's Bowers, two new books, two new videos and a review. Other topics this week include the Del Bland
archive, Pledges of History, coin circulation in 1860s California, James Risk, Samuel Wass, Seleucid coinage, communion tokens, and blood money notes.
To learn more about Ormsby's 1862 Harvest of Counterfeiters, so-called dollars, facial recognition for coins, the 1848 CAL. quarter eagles, an Emancipation
Proclamation dog tag, the Fischer-Spasski chess match medal, U.S. bicentennial commemoratives, swapped-hologram Frankenstein notes, and Banksy's Di-faced Tenner, read on. Have
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