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This week we open with one new book, a preview and two reviews, plus updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal and several interesting reader comments.
Other topics this week include gallantry medals, collector Charles Roberts, personnel changes at the ANS, the U.S. Mint numismatic forum, the future of coin conventions,
auction highlights from Archives International, a very, very early silver bar, a Byzantine coin find, a Chinese coin sword, Zodiac mohurs, and Brexit coins.
To learn more about Nebraska tokens, mudlarking, Tell-A-Coin Guide Wheels, how to tell an obverse from a reverse, circulating contemporary counterfeit coins, Numismatic
Scrapbook, the circulation of Spanish-American silver in Scotland, "raw" medals, the Tuesday Club medal, the Marlene Dietrich banknote and the coin featuring Donkey from
Shrek, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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