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This week we open with two great numismatic literature sales, an update to the next Red Book, three new books, a literature exhibit and a
reminder of the NLG Awards Competition deadline.
Other topics this week include Half Dimes, odd denominations, numisnautics, numismatic exhibits in Canada and India, commemorative coin
legislation, three upcoming auctions, the Oregon Trail Half Dollar, Australia's Lunar Landing coins, and the story behind the Euro symbol.
To learn more about the milled columnarios of Central and South America, 2019-W quarters, the Philadelphia Mint tour, Young Numismatist
scholarships, repair and restoration, Dr. C. E. Fraser, Nickle Galleries, the satyr's all-important thing, Celtic ring money, Walrus Skin notes,
Indian Peace medals, and the rum-soaked City of New York, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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