Among our new subscribers this week are
Dean Tatulinski, courtesy of John Burns,
Leslie Citrome, and
Joe Paonessa. Welcome aboard!
We now have 1,387 email subscribers, plus 103 followers on Facebook, including Eko Santozo, Jeanne D. Arc and Evgeni Paunov.
This week we open with information on a new edition of Scott Travers' Coin Collector's Survival Manual, more information on the recent Assay Commission and Philadelphia Mint books, and special offers and reminders from literature dealers Kolbe & Fanning.
Other topics this week include The Colonial Newsletter, Green Duck Corporation, Yap stone money, Peruvian counterfeiters, and King Farouk's collection of erotica.
To learn more about Jenny Lind, the Eliasberg collection exhibit at the U.S. Mint, Jenny Lind, and the 1962 Seattle silver dollar exhibit, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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