Joe Boling writes:
The book on Belgian notgeld that Howard Daniel is looking for is now at the American Numismatic Association. Every year or two, as the awards committee of the International Bank Note Society (IBNS) finishes evaluating books submitted for the IBNS book of the year award, these books are transferred to the ANA library, which is the depository for the IBNS library.
The Belgian book was in the batch of books transferred this year, which arrived at ANA a couple of weeks ago. As soon as they have accessioned it, it should be available for borrowing (unless they place it in the rare book room - perhaps advisable, if it is of such limited availability).
Philip Mernick also contacted Howard after locating a copy of the
book being offered by a coin book dealer in Belgium.
Rich Hartzog writes:
I have located a supply of this book, for the normal retail price of 37.5 euros, plus $4/postage to the USA ($50 plus $4 in US dollars). As I need to order a quantity to get a favorable price, persons interested in a copy should write me immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will then order and ship as promptly as possible.
While I haven't updated my book list lately, I do attempt to stock most exonumia books, at
Rockford IL 61110
That's great news! Thanks, everyone. Now maybe it won't be so rare in the U.S.
To read the earlier E-Sylum article, see:
QUERY: ALAIN DEBELDER'S BELGISCH NOODGELD SOUGHT
Wayne Homren, Editor
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