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Many thanks to readers who sent Fourth of July wishes. This week is a two-fer issue: we open with two new books, two articles on careful
numismatic research, two updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, and two articles relating to numismatics in New York City.
Other topics this week include paper siege coins, Arabian silver coins found in New England, authors Theodore Venn, Matt Rothert and Dennis
Tucker, benefits of the 2019-W quarter program, educational talks at the 2019 ANA World's Fair of Money, Nicaraguan banknotes, kid counterfeiters
and a $100 bill toothpick trick.
To learn more about coins of Western Switzerland, British Gallantry Awards, the War Nickel King of New York, the number of 1894-S dines, Royal
Mint coin designer Joseph Boehm, Jacobite banknotes, The Richmond Collection, the Parsons gold ingots, "Daddy Dollars", Barton's metal
and explosion bonding, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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