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This week we open with some NBS news, highlights from the Workman literature sale, a special edition Redbook, a new issue of the Journal of
American Numismatics, a book review and a new web site from ANS.
Other topics this week include a new book published on the Newman Numismatic Portal, numismatic doctoring and conservation, the Local Exchange
Trading System, dealer R. L. Deitrick, publisher Lee F. Hewitt, the Massachusetts Pine Tree copper, coin market predictions, coin finds, the OSS
Congressional Gold medal, and the newest Euro notes.
To learn more about the Invasion of Champaign, New Rubber Lady Family Varieties, Barber coinage, the Hall of Fame for Great Americans medals,
Civil War cardboard tokens, numisnautists, the Kiau Chau German Occupation satirical medal, Kansas 1907 Panic Scrip, the Panay revolutionary centavo,
and the origin of the dollar symbol, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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