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This week we open with literature in the Numismatics International auction, one new book and several older works.
Other topics this week include the Showers collection of U.S. half cents, the Dr. Gordon Shaw collection of New Jersey coppers, a new National Geographic show on Money, removing glue residue from
coins, the 1913 Liberty Nickel, the new one pound coin, and Florida currency.
To learn more about MEGA RED, artist John Haberle, Professor Philip Grierson, author D.C. Wismer, bow ties, Bar Mitzvah medals, the Washington Double Head Cent, the Half Shekel of Tyre, skeleton
strips, 1960s French pomposity, arty-farty design, Gallic obfuscation, beer coins, and bibliothanaphobia, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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