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This week we open with one new book, an obituary, updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, and notes from E-Sylum readers.
Other topics this week include modern world coins, the Susan B. Anthony dollar, heraldry, dealer Geoffrey Charlton Adams, educational forums, holey dollars, good advice for
collectors, auction highlights, company scrip, and the incredible shrinking wallet.
To learn more about nineteenth-century engravers Pierre-Simon-Benjamin Duvivier and William Wyon, Franklin Mint founder Joe Segel, dealer Mike Kliman, tinctures, blazoning,
dexter and sinister, antebellum bank note fraud, U.S. Mint silver and gold medals, Mormon money, the Elizabeth I Gold Ship Ryal, the "Three Graces" crown, city gate
tokens, Nobel Nominating Committee medals, alcohol-fueled automobile medals, the bank-robber-turned-Santa, and 2x2s of doom, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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