The latest issue of the Journal of Early American Numismatics (JEAN) has been published. Here's the announcement from the American
Numismatic Society, from their May 2019 E-News. -Editor
The first issue of 2019 for the Journal of Early American Numismatics (JEAN) is currently being printed and will be mailed to
subscribers mid-June. Articles include "John J. Ford, Jr.: A Life in Three Portraits" (Q. David Bowers), "Lion Dollars: A Collector's Viewpoint"
(Ray Williams), "The Massachusetts Pine Tree Penny: A Copper Token Struck in Boston in 1776" (Julia H. Casey), "Point/Counterpoint: John
Kleeberg's Continental Dollar" (Jeff Rock), "Research Notes Regarding the Non Dependent Status Copper Coinage" (Byron White), "Identification and
Classification of an Important New Variety of the Massachusetts Silver Coinage: The Salmon 11-X Pine Tree Shilling" (Christopher J. Salmon), "Newman
Sale Uncovers New Rubber Lady Family Varieties" (Kayla Schlemmer), "John Bailey's New York City Mint" (Gary A. Trudgen), "The Spanish Colonial
Mint at Potosì: A Comparative Look" (Brian Stickney), and "A Biography of Thomas Sparrow (V)" (Joseph Daragan). To subscribe, visit numismatics.org/store/cnl or call Emma Pratte at 212.571.4470 x117.
This looks like another great issue with many articles and new research of interest to E-Sylum readers. -Editor
Wayne Homren, Editor
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