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This week we open with a book sale, eight new books, updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, notes from readers, and more.
Other topics this week include Puerto Rican paper money, Indian coinage, Chinese and Siamese gaming pieces, the 1909 Lincoln Cent, coin and bank bags, Gene Hessler, Mike Diamond, Tom Hipschen, Ben Franklin, Beate Rauch, the Knights of St. Eligius, my numismatic diary, sad and weird coin hoard news, and a coin designed by artificial intelligence.
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Out-East World Coins, Nails to Nickels, James and William Tassie,
muscovite, the Operation Crossroads Short Snorter, coins of Pompey the Great, and engraved gems, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
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