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This week we open with three numismatic literature sales, three new books, a review, and a look at a rare 1970s monograph on the New Orleans Mint.
Other topics this week include the Franklin Institute medal, J. A. Bolen, Salatheil Ellis, Daniel Groux, M. Vernon Sheldon, Reed Hawn, the Paris Mint, coin collecting boards, and the Viola Desmond banknote.
To learn more about the eight reales, Byzantine coins in the Dumbarton Oaks collection, Bangka tokens, The Numismatist's Wife, the Base Ball medal, The Towson Cabinet of Medals and Coins, the Treasure of Rue Mouffetard, and McKinley's Death Train Counterstamp, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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