WAYNE'S WORDS: THE E-SYLUM JANUARY 15, 2023
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The British Museum opened to the public on this date in 1759. Located in the Bloomsbury district of London.
The museum was housed in a mansion, Montagu House; admission was free, and by appointment only, to "all studious and curious Persons." Anthony Trollope once said, "When a man wants to write a book full of unassailable facts, he always goes to the British Museum."
This week we open with three new books, a periodical issue, an obituary,
updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, and more.
Other topics this week include French banknotes, ANA Money Talks, Dave Bowers, Richard Yeoman, Ken Bressett, Mark Hotz, the Robbins Company, metal flow, auction previews and results, regulated gold coins, colorized coins, and the new King Charles III banknotes.
To learn more about gold coins of Anglo-Saxon England, Short Snorters, Henry A. Ramsden,
Charles L. Vickers, Leon Lindheim, ANS Chairman's Fellowships, Red Quarters, the Numismatic Poets Society, Bank Note Reporter, a rare Union Civil War dog tag, a Grant Silver Peace Medal, and Miss El Salvador's money-themed outfit, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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