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This week we open with four new books, one review, an E-Gobrecht editor change, the loss of a prominent exonumia researcher, Christmas coins and the coin petting
Other topics this week include manufactured rarities, Whitman coin collector cards, coin and medal orientation, collector Richard Brown Winsor, coin and medal designer Chester
Martin, Medialia Gallery's new exhibits, new discoveries from the SS Central America, the Eaglres of the Tryant Collection, and Gobrecht's Archimedes medal.
To learn more about the collecting and study of Confederate paper money, the coins of England, swastika tokens, the Whitehead & Hoag Co., engraver Anton Teutenberg, billon
beshlyks, the Colin Powell Congressional Gold medal, 1856 S/s quarters, Robert E. Lee's $20 Confederate note, and New York toll scrip, read on. Have a great week,
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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