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This week we open with two new books, an obituary, Newman Numismatic Portal updates and multiple notes from E-Sylum readers.
Other topics this week include the 2019 Token Congress, the Fall 2019 PAN Show, the Cherrypicker's Guide, dealer Wendell Phinney, collector Harry Flower, an 1861
gold lifesaving medal, and auction lots from Stephen Album, Duane Feisel and Stack's Bowers.
To learn more about U.S. Type coins, the numismatics of Paraguay, banknote designer Andrzej Heidrich, paperboy stories, Whitman coin albums and folders, patina finishes,
Numismatist Editor Barbara Gregory, Oklahoma Territory tokens, Comitia Americana medals, the ancient coin petting zoo, the headless soldier medal, and the scariest
banknotes of all time, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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