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This week we open with a new issue of our print journal, a smattering of numismatic literature lots, three new books, and a report from the Newman
Other topics this week include the Ira Reed REEDed coins, another Emancipation Proclamation dog tag, banknote typography, chronograms, Amos Eno,
Jim King, Charles Ryan, the Museum of American Finance, blood-stained money, the Euro's impact on numismatics, Arizona Assay Office ingots, and a
fabulous double denomination paper money error.
To learn more about the coinage of San Serriffe, coins of the English Civil War, the Pennsylvania Blind Institution award medal, "Opium
Coins", Seated Fest II, the unique 1870-S Half Dime, a counterfeit 1893-S Morgan dollar, Dassier's medal, the 1670 British Colonization
medal, Victorian model coins, and the silver Petols of cannabis country, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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