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This week we open with two numismatic literature sales, three new books, an update from the Newman Numismatic Portal, and two videos.
Other topics this week include the U.S. Mint's manufactured rarities, Maundy Money, medals and coins of the Notre Dame cathedral, auction
highlights, visits to New York's American Numismatic Society and Medialia Gallery, historic bank buildings, and the Eusko community currency.
To learn more about coins recovered from the wreck of the Atocha, Belgian gold coins, Bulgarian banknotes, the Gimbels department store
coin departments, the new “W” quarters, a peek into the West Point Mint, the 1792 French Republic National Convention medal, and rare date gold
pricing, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
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