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This week we open with more highlights from the Richard Margolis numismatic library, a price list of Schulman catalogs, four new books, a periodical,
updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, and more.
Other topics this week include F.C.C. Boyd, S. W. Chubbuck, William Guild, the Dexter 1804 Dollar collector's mark, Congressional medals, coin finds, Henry the Pretender, Decimal Day, a smallpox medal, and Irish gunmoney.
To learn more about the Bank Mint at St. Petersburg, Diamond Anniversary edition of the Red Book, Lithuanian coinage, Conder tokens, Joe Levine, the J. Pierpont Morgan collection, Roman terracotta theater tokens, the Gregorian Tunnels, the gold half-semissis of Constantius II (not really), Russell "Noodles" Smith, and the great Super Bowl rings heist, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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