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This week we open with a new issue of our print journal, two new books, two articles on writing numismatic books, and updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal.
Other topics this week include the Peratrovich dollar, goldplating, collector John C. Lighthouse, dealer Henry Cook, the 2019 Saltus award, notgeld, coin thieves, selections
from two upcoming auctions, my numismatic diary from this week's Baltimore coin show, fantasy token dies, the Sunoco Antique car coins, how the Nobel medals are made, reverse
electroplating, and the discovery of a rare Emperor Norton note.
To learn more about Mashiko, the Nate S. Shapiro Collection, the literature of Greek banknotes, the Scher Collection of commemorative medals, bulk coin purchases, rare coins
from Nishapur, the Atlantic Telegraph Cable medal, the Animals Medal of Bravery, fish money, round hole cash coins, the farting coppersmith, Emperor Norton's Boozeland and the
Curse of the Ship of Gold, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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