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This week we open with a report from numismatic literature dealer Charlie Davis, one new book, a review, updates from Whitman Publishing and the Newman Numismatic Portal, plus
some great feedback from E-Sylum readers.
Other topics this week include the Hub Coin Holders, the U.S. Mint, the 1921 Silver Dollar Commemorative Coin Act, reverse goldplating, the numismatics of Liberia, challenge
coins, Victoria Cross medals, and the Capped Bust half dollar.
To learn more about the coins of colonial Virginia, the Good Samaritan Shilling, "cross or pile", binoculars on the Mint tour, "W" mintmarks, copper spots
on gold, the Washington medal collection of William S. Baker, Spade & Knife Money, the Palmetto medal, and eating banknotes with a side of sunflowers, read on. Have a great
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