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This week we open with four new numismatic books, one book review, an exhibit, and an important group of correspondence files on the Newman Numismatic Portal.
Other topics this week include engraving as damage, early strikes, collector Dr. William Dickinson, dealers Geoffrey Bell, Jim Halperin and John Queen, the R.L.
"Skinny" Miles sale, summer schools and seminars, and selections from Sovereign Rarities, Stack's Bowers and Numismagram.
To learn more about German and Ukranian banknotes, Napoleonic medals, the gold St. Patrick's pieces, Henning nickels, the Chew Valley Norman penny hoard, the 1663 Silver
Pattern "Reddite" Crown, the Ribbit award and the Golden Horse, the Jade Cock, and the pulsating Maple Leaf, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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