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Jay Jackson, and
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This week we open with an update on the NBS web site bibliography project, a reminder of the upcoming Davis and Sklow literature sales, and announcements of three new numismatic books. Next, I review the Princeton University catalog of the Money on Paper exhibit.
Other topics this week include a contemporary account of the 1851 Roper sale, a new ANS library exhibit, Duane Feisel's take on pricing and values in coin books, Britain's proposed steel coins, and a Chinese coin unearthed in Africa.
To learn about
A new book on American Art Medals, Whitman's SECOND publication in Japanese, Glenna Goodacre's "Terra Cotta Coin Study" for the Sacagawea Dollar, and Whatever Happened to Bernard von NotHaus?, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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