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This week we open with some antiquarian numismatic literature, several new books, two reviews, and updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal.
Other topics this week include Canadian small cents, tampered-with encased postage stamps, the Future of Money and Numismatics, copies and replicas, T. James Clarke, Dave
Bowers, Jon Cameron, Littleton Coin Company, Medialia Gallery, ancient Judean coins, dirty money and error coins.
To learn more about John Evelyn’s Numismata, the early dated coins of Europe, Connecticut trade tokens, medallist Godrefroid Devreese, Emperor Norton I, the origin of
metallic currency, ANA Life Member No. 37, Jim Ruddy, “Suitcase” Foster, Gerald Ford Inaugural medals, and Love Token Greeting Cards, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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