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This week we open with two new sales from numismatic booksellers Kolbe & Fanning, one new book, one review, a Newman Numismatic Portal update
and a note from numismatic researchers Rich Kelly and Nancy Oliver.
Other topics this week include Missouri paper money, the great precious metals boom and bust, coin shops, coin shows, coin boards, coin hoards,
coin finds, coin photos, Judean coins, one-ton gold coins, typos, cryptos and America's worst counterfeiter.
To learn more about "Mr. 880", digital cash, the Chicago Coin Club, Krause Publications parent F+W Media sales, apothecary weights,
Tradernomics, the Purple Penny, the unique 1870-S Half Dime, the Brexit banknote, "Wahsington" D.C., and alarmingly precise dummy of a
person, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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