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This week we open with a brand new NBS podcast, a numismatic literature sale, updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, and notes from E-Sylum readers.
Other topics this week include the St. Louis Stamp & Coin Co., collector Ottilia Buerger, Chief Engraver Joseph Menna, the 1838-O half, 1943 bronze cents, coinage of the Guptas, Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee medal, the $25 bill and safe deposit boxes.
To learn more about the Louisville vs. Lawrenceville dilemma, U.S. National Banks, the “Hookneck” silver 8 reales, safe storage for books, the Cherrypickers’ Guide , Harriet Haines, finger bars, explosive control tokens, plastic outgassing and the Noblemen and Gentleman's Catch Club, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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