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This week we open with a question from our historian, the Michael J. Sullivan numismatic literature sales, three new books, two new journals, and an update
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Other topics this week include William F. Dunham, the new Royal Canadian Mint Master, auction selections, Selucid coinage, the 1670 New France 15 sols, the
private gold coins of Josef Wild, the Massachusetts Medal of Liberty, and the Joel Anderson collection of U.S. paper money.
To learn more about Ormsby's Harvest of Counterfeiters, the new 2020 Red Book, German notgeld, Compugrade, Bolen's Pynchon House token,
commemorative manhole covers, ghost money and the Flying Cows of the Future, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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