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This week we open with a new sale from numimatic booksellers Kolbe & Fanning, five new books, two videos and inspirations for the Morgan dollar design.
Other topics this week include eight-sided Large Cents, copperhead tokens of the Civil War, ANA President Nelson Thorson, the Sherbrooke Seminar sale, an Anglo-Saxon coin
hoard, hunting medals, and the most valuable treasure troves ever found.
To learn more about the gold coins of Sweden, Greek and Guatemalan banknotes, $2 bill payroll stunts, the Civil Rights "money mark", the 1770 Royal Academy Prize
medal, the 1872 Dominion of Canada Chiefs medal, the Circus Saints and Sinners medal, secesh emblems and the Queen's stamp collection, read on. Have a great week,
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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