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This week we open with a numismatic literature sale, five new books, a new periodical, the loss of a hobby stalwart,
updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, and more.
Other topics this week include Food Stamp credit tokens, Numismatic News, Charles Barber, R. S. Yeoman, F.C.C. Boyd, R. W. McLachlan, Mormon paper money, collector's marks, upcoming auctions, the 1822 Half Eagle, an 1862 Lincoln Indian Peace Medal, a holocaust survivor's medal, and Black American numismatics.
To learn more about the Richard Margolis library, trade tokens of Newfoundland, Joe Levine, a counterstamped Conder token, silvered 1896 Indian cents, communion tokens, Mary Lannin, engraver Henry W. Page,
Franklin Cents, and how Morgan Dollars became Indian Rupees, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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