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This week we open with a numismatic literature sale, a new book, four Federal Reserve monographs, two videos and comments from readers.
Other topics this week include sheared silver ingots, New York City numismatic tours, orders, medals and decorations, Canadian mint artist Claire Watson,
researcher Robert Martin, auction selections, an unofficial Border Patrol challenge coin, rare physical bitcoins, and new information about Emperor
To learn more about the Anillo restrikes, Ben Franklin and paper money, the story of Nero, foreign-born people on U.S. paper money, R.L. Miles Jr., the 1917
China cloth note, Canada's first coins, and the colorblind counterfeiter, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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