Among our new subscribers this week are
Zack Kaleky, courtesy of (and nephew of) Mark Lighterman,
Ray Bows, courtesy of John and Nancy Wilson,
Steve Acre, courtesy of Warner Talso, and
Richard A. Grossmann.
Welcome aboard! We now have 1,327 subscribers.
This week we open with an update from literature dealer Fred Lake, and a review of Atom Damali's new book on Ottoman coinage. New query topics this week include the RARCOA J.F. Bell sale and recommended reading for Red Book readers.
Other topics run the gamut from a numismatic-themed exhibit at the Harvard Art Museum, coin cabinets, and an artist's ceramic "coins".
To learn about Rubens and numismatics, the paper siege money of Alhama de Granada, owls on U.S. coins, and North Korea's firing squad, read on.
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