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This week we open with two new books, an obituary, updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, and notes from E-Sylum readers.
Other topics this week include the "sign of the 8", banknote catalog web sites, trophy gold coins, medals of the Sun King, the Atlantic Cable, the Carnegie Hero Fund
Commission, and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
To learn more about Arab-Sasanian numismatics, Millard Hajek, Emmanuel Joseph Attinelli Jr., skeleton scrap, roller marks on U.S. banknotes, half-and-half medals, buttons made
of pine-tree shillings, the 1888 Victoria Mohur, the 1915 Cuba gold peso, the 1927-D double eagle, and U.S. Mint coins dated 1964, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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