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This week we open with a prestigious award for our society's cofounder, a final call for the Hamelberg library tour, updates from literature dealers
Kolbe & Fanning and Bryce Brown, a consignment from former NBS President Michael J. Sullivan, and two new books.
Other topics this week include the passing of D. Brent Pogue, updates to the Newman Numismatic Portal, modern world coin guidebooks, questions and notes
from E-Sylum readers, hobby figures "Niel" Nielsen, Scott Miller, Glenn Smedley and more, U.S. Mint Artistic Infusion program artists, and the
Joseph J. Mickley memorial medal.
To learn more about George Frederick Kolbe, rare paper money and anti-counterfeiting books, the Virginia coinage, the "LET THE EGLE FLY" token,
artificial toning, discovery pieces, collector Dr. Aurelius De Yoanna, F. C.C. Boyd, the Columbian Anacreontic Society medal, artist Emily Damstra, and the
invention of money, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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