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This week we open with a gathering of numismatic literature dealers in London, highlights from the George F. Kolbe library sale, three new books, a review, and updates from the
Newman Numismatic Portal.
Other topics this week include dealer Kevin Lipton, ANA President Nelson Thorson, the Harrisburg and PAN coin shows, ferrotypes, communion tokens, political countermarks in
Northern Ireland, highlights of the upcoming Sedwick and Album sales, coin finds from the S.S. North Carolina wreck, fake Large Cents and collecting lessons from an old
To learn more about the Coinex Coin Fair, Jacques Wiener's architectural medals, U.S. Mint Coloring Books, the 1 1/2 cent piece, Canada's Eagle Feather coin, a
double-struck Wheat Cent, the Birmimgham Workhouse sixpence, the gold Telford medal, the Laughing Kookaburra and the Monkey Coin Collector, read on. Have a great week,
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