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This week we open with one numismatic literature sale, four new books, the Shekel book prize, updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, notes from E-Sylum readers, and more.
Other topics this week include the 1861 New Orleans "Confederate" half dollars, an 1850 Baldwin & Co. $5 gold piece, racial tensions at the U.S. Mint, collector Fernand David, coin designer Emily Damstra, the New York International, the Tyrant Collection, auction previews,
and imagining a Home Depot but filled with coins.
To learn more about Quarter Eagle Gold coins, Spanish Cuartillos, errors on Canadian coins, the state of the numismatic book market, the Gold and Silver Dollar Saloons, U.S. Sanitary Fair numismatic offerings,
J. M. Walker's Gold Buying Guide, Jacob Lipson, Lianna Spurrier,
Pepin the Short,
Albert the Bear,
the King of Siam proof set, and bugs on ancient coins, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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