New subscribers this week include: Tim Harris, Chester Sullivan, Jerry Bors and Vanoy Welch. Welcome aboard! We now have 1,820 subscribers.
This week we open with a reminder for David Sklow's literature sale, new literature offerings from Baldwin's, three new books, one review
and tributes to former Coin World editor Margo Russell.
Other topics include the finding of Tommy Thompson, the history and collecting of food stamp change tokens, numismatists Phares O. Sigler, Warren
Gee and H.E. Stone, the new PCGS digital coin album, civil War sutler scrip, a brazen robbery at the Wells Fargo museum, the U.S. Colored Cavalry,
and currency patents.
To learn more about medallions from Aboukir, the Canadian flag and passport, Pittsburgh obsolete notes, "one of the most intelligent fugitives
ever sought by the U.S. Marshals," the Plasco Company in LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Johnson Island and the unusable coin of William Wood, read on.
Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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