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This week we open with numismatic literature awards, a literature sale, one new book, updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, notes from E-Sylum readers, and more.
Other topics this week include Euro coinage, chopmarks, The Franklin Mint, the Oldest Living Pioneer, Labor Exchange scrip, nonsense dies, numismatic art, Mark Lighterman, Cindy Wibker, fixed price and auction offerings, 1804 Dollar electrotypes, and Indonesian magic money.
To learn more about Emperors Carausius and Allectus, the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee, the Hunterian Museum in Glasgow, the world's tallest man-made structures, the Pittsburgh Christmas coin toss, the Counterfeit King, Bookophile, the War of 1812 Upper Canada Preserved Medal, Moneta Patriottica, the Lampsakos gold stater, private restrikes of large cents,
and the new Charles Coronation 50 pence coin, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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