Among our new subscribers this week is John Saia.
Welcome aboard! We now have 1,341 subscribers.
This week we open with word from Asylum editor David Yoon on the latest issue, which will soon be on the way to NBS members. Next are announcements and reminders related to events at the upcoming ANA convention.
Numismatic literature sales are occurring worldwide - next up are announcements of sales in London, Germany and Canada. As if that's not enough for one week, we also have announcements and reviews of several new and recent numismatic books and catalogs.
Other topics this week include New England Numismatic and Archeological Society publications, Dave Lange's mystery numismatist, Pierre Bastien and error coin dealer Fred Weinberg.
All numismatists and numismatic bibliophiles should take note of a plea for contributions to help save numismatically valuable manuscripts badly damaged in the collapse of the Cologne City Archive last year.
To learn about Dutch New York numismatics, the filming of the "Accidental Fortune" segment on the 1913 Liberty Nickel, wire edges, Philadelphia dealer S.K. Harzfeld's postcards, banknote company prostitutes, and a plan to digitize 300 years worth of newspapers, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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