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This week we open with an NBS convention update, one new book, five obituaries, updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, notes from readers, and more.
Other topics this week include test notes, color on coins, the Anthony Wayne Comitia Americana gold medal, models for the Standing Liberty Quarter, coin designs and the CCAC, the Coin School, bank bags, NFTs and coin designed Sandra Deiana.
To learn more about Donna Pope, Doris Dorscher Baum, Beate Rauch, Roman slave tags, the Blind Coin Collector, the Coin Harvey House,
the Pattern Halfcrown by David Ramage, and the Trinity College Dublin gold medal, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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