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As John Lupia reminded me, today is the 154th anniversary of Lincoln's assassination. This week we open with highlights from Kolbe & Fanning's
152nd sale, five new books, a new periodical issue, and newsletters from the U.S. Mint.
Other topics this week include Lindbergh's aviation medals, Cambodia's numismatic museum, 19th century collector Pierre Flandin, Del Bland, Clyde
Hubbard, Christian Hartch, the 1923-D double eagle, and West Virginia's unclaimed Civil War medals.
To learn more about the Association of Banks for the Suppression of Counterfeiting, the 2019 IAPN book prize nominations, Norwegian paper money, Wright
& Bale, fichas de hacienda, Chinese coin swords, hard rubber toilet brush tokens, Judo medals, and baseball schedule tokens, read on. Have a great
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