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Ron Hight , courtesy of Wayne Davis; and
Gene Goodine of the Pine Tree Coin Club in Bangor, Maine.
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This week we open with a new Asylum issue, one new book (in three languages),
updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, world coin bags and more.
Other topics this week include the Comitia Americana medals, Bob Leuver, Jeff Garrett, Ralph Ross, William Sharp, Syd Martin, St. Eligius, coin postcards, the first U.S. Mint, the Compton Dundon hoard, and counterfeit Canadian toonies.
To learn more about gold coins of Switzerland, U.S. Congressional documents related to coinage, "rainbow" currency rumors, a complete set of Templeton Reid gold coins, buying a the 1913 Liberty nickel, the SCAMS grading system, Thomas P. Rockwell, John Saunders, Allen Nystrom, the Pat Zabel collection of Anglo-Saxon coins, Albany Church Pennies and camel toe coins, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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