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Other topics this week include catching counterfeiters, the 50 State Quarter series, early Chinese paper money, Walmart's coin department, the
finest known 1856-S dime, a Nobel Peace Prize medal, a Harriet Tubman banknote design, the money art of Karl Lagasse, and the work of coin sculptor
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Large Cent collector A. Heistand Glatz, the Poultry Club medal, Joseph Merriam's counterstamp, the Pan American games medal, apothecary weights,
and How the great Khan Caused the Bark of Trees, Made into Something Like Paper, to Pass for Money All over His Country, read on. Have a great week,
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