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This week we open with two news books and a value guide, the retirement of a longtime U.S. numismatic editor, a major addition to the Newman Numismatic
Portal, and a search for Josh Tatum of "Racketeer Nickel" fame.
Other topics this week include dealers John Schayer, B. Max Mehl, Jim King and Liz Coggan, the SS Central America cash box, the 1937 "Reeded
Edge" cent and nickel, the Lowell quarter launch, and banknote artwork.
To learn more about the coins that shaped Britain, German inflation tokens, double-stuf quarters, transfer wax, the "King of Alligators", the 2019
Pittsburgh National Money Show welcome banquet, the Columbian Half Dollar
Opium Coin, Lou Gehrig's Elks membership medal, Tumbled Ormolu, the 18 3/4
cent note, and valentine's day banknote bouquets, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
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