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This week we open with a new Kolbe & Fanning numismatic literature Bid or Buy sale, one new book, the 1991 EAC Midnight Sale, and more information on 1943 bronze cent discoverer Don Lutes,
Other topics this week include James Risk, zinc coinage, the new Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint, a new appointee to the Citizen's Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC), and Money Talks speakers
at the March ANA National Money Show.
To learn more about Canadian Bank Notes, the Goodspeeds Lesher Dollar, Queen Anne, German inflation and emergency money, dealer Joseph Negreen, the Hopi Prayer for Rain medal, the 119th United
States Colored Infantry, Mendenhall's National Currency plan, Sage's Candy Coin counterstamp, German notgeld, and the world's largest coin, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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