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This week we open with the Bowker numismatic library sale, four new books, British rarities, Chinese coin varieties, updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, and a coin album
Other topics this week include dealers William Hesslein and JJ Teaparty, Yellow Fever at the U.S. Mint, a Spanish Flu medal, Fort Bridger tokens, mahogany finish medals, medal
and paper money offerings, dirty money, and the Coin Library.
To learn more about Chinese banknotes, the Blue Book, orchestrion tokens, Austro-Hungarian orders, medals, and decorations, Ptolemaic coinage, lockdown humor, Wimbledon medals,
POW camp scrip, and bleeding ink, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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