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This week we open with two new books, a new retail outlet for The Numismatist, the Invasion of Champaign, updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, numismatic speakers,
and an eight-sided Large Cent.
Other topics this week include the National Bank of Belgium Museum, essay, trial and experimental pieces, C. L. Podhaiski, Arlie Slabaugh, Richard Beleson, auction selections
and previews, and the history of counterfeiting.
To learn more about the Girl on the Silver Dollar, FAO coins, the June 25-27, 1890 Parmelee Sale, Pitt Farthings, the International Banking Corporation, the Newark
Whaling, Sealing & Manufacturing Co., Old Dan Tucker, the "NE" Pine Tree shilling, the School for Coin and Medal Designing and Die Cutting, the Case of the
Coin-Collecting Cop Named Crooks, and glorified jam labels, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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