The E-Sylum v24n49 December 5, 2021
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An electronic publication of
The Numismatic Bibliomania Society
Volume 24, Number 49, December 5, 2021
** WAYNE'S WORDS: THE E-SYLUM DECEMBER 5, 2021 <#a01>
** KOLBE & FANNINGâS 2021 HOLIDAY LIST <#a02>
** WORKMAN BOOKS DECEMBER 11, 2021 SELECTIONS <#a03>
** NEW BOOK: CATALOGUE DES MONNAIES AMÃRICAINES <#a04>
** NEW BOOK: THURINGIAN FOREST NOTGELD <#a05>
** NEW BOOK: TRADE TOKENS OF QUINCY, WASHINGTON <#a06>
** COLLECTING NICKELS FROM CIRCULATION IN 2019 <#a07>
** VIDEO: RICK AMOS AND COIN WORLD+ <#a08>
** NOTES FROM E-SYLUM READERS: DECEMBER 5, 2021 <#a09>
** WHITMAN SHIELD NICKEL COIN BOARD 3RD EDITION <#a10>
** BRITISH MUSEUM BOGGS OLD BAILEY NOTE IMAGES <#a11>
** VOCABULARY TERM: GILDING, GILT <#a12>
** ROBERT HEPWORTH LLOYD (1906-2009) <#a13>
** HARVEY STACK'S NUMISMATIC FAMILY, PART 110 <#a14>
** VIDEO: PCGS SLAB LAB <#a15>
** NUMISMAGRAM SELECTIONS: DECEMBER 2021 <#a16>
** STEPHEN ALBUM INTERNET AUCTION 13 <#a17>
** ARCHIVES INTERNATIONAL AUCTION 72 <#a18>
** DAVISSON'S E-AUCTION 42 BRITISH <#a19>
** HERITAGE BIG ISLAND HAWAIIAN SALE SELECTIONS <#a20>
** HOLABIRD AMERICANA DECEMBER 2021 HIGHLIGHTS <#a21>
** MINT LETTER OF DUNBAR GOLD DEPOSIT <#a22>
** NUMISMATIC NUGGETS: DECEMBER 5, 2021 <#a23>
** ATHENS: HOME OF THE WISE OWL <#a24>
** FINANCING SULLA'S RECONQUEST OF ITALY <#a25>
** THE RISE OF SILVER COINAGE <#a26>
** GILT NON NOBIS SOLUM WASHINGTON MEDAL <#a27>
** MODERN HOBO NICKELS AND TOKENS <#a28>
** THE ERRORS ARE STILL OUT THERE <#a29>
** THOUSAND-OUNCE SILVER ASSAY OFFICE INGOT <#a30>
** QUARTER SHORTAGE IN SEATTLE <#a31>
** LOOSE CHANGE: DECEMBER 5, 2021 <#a32>
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WAYNE'S WORDS: THE E-SYLUM DECEMBER 5, 2021
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This week we open with two numismatic literature sales, three new books,
updates from the Newman Numismatic Portal, notes from readers, and more.
Other topics this week include notgeld, trade tokens, coin boards, money artist J.S.G. Boggs, the longest standing member of the ANA,
another TON of auction previews, ancient silver coinage, Hobo nickels, error coins, and one massive silver ingot.
To learn more about the coins of Japan and Bolivia, Mint Director reports,
a new book on North American colonial coins, Jefferson Nickels, Mother coins, sunken Yap stones, the Florin Street Band, Jimmy Hayes, Sancho IV,
the Imperial Bank of China, Hawaiian coinage, pioneer gold controversy and Coinless in Seattle, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
KOLBE & FANNINGâS 2021 HOLIDAY LIST
Kolbe & Fanning have issued their 2021 Holiday List of numismatic literature. Explore!
Welcome to Kolbe & Fanningâs 2021 Holiday List, a festive gathering including titles familiar to many, seasoned with more obscure volumes that are likely unknown to most. Think of it as the literary equivalent of a fruitcake, only substantially better.
Items within include original manuscripts, annotated volumes, handwritten letters, a medal die, a T-shirt, a folding microscope, and even a slabbed token. Closing it is a small group of âstocking stuffers,â perfect for when you need a modest present for a certain special numismatist (look in the mirror if you can't find one).
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