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This week we open with an offering of Ben Fauver's token books, one new paper money book, a book excerpt about Greenbacks in the U.S. West, and an update from the Newman Numismatic Portal.
Other topics this week include steel cent planchet strips, Honolulu dealer F. W. Reid, Charles Ricard, Col. Green's 1838-O half dollars, selections from the Holabird auctions, the Royal Mint's largest coin, and Tiffany's redesign of the Great Seal of the U.S.
To learn more about Kettle Pieces, game counters, jetons, Hong Kong coins and paper money, Harvey Maranville counterfeit detection devices,
Dickin Medals for peacetime bravery and merit, Falun Gong overstamped notes, limiting guides, Carson City Mint ephemera, Copernicus's treatise on money, an electronic nose, and the flipistic singularity, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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