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The Numismatic Bibliomania Society (NBS) is an educational association founded in 1979 to support and promote the use and collecting of numismatic literature. Numismatic literature includes books, periodicals, catalogs and other written or printed material relating to coins, medals, tokens, or paper money, ancient or modern, U.S. or worldwide.

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August 12, 2018

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Asylum Vol 36 No. 1 Spring 2018

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    The Asylum v36 n2 Table of Contents
  • NBS News
  • NBS Constitution and By-Laws Proposed Changes and Ballot
  • The Asylum Awards Ballot
  • Message from the President
  • Donte to NBS Benefit Auction at ANA
  • A Handwritten Letter from Eric P. Newman Shared by George F. Kolbe
  • Funny Meeting You Here! By Bill Daehn
  • Taking the Plunge: or, Becoming a “Real” Bookseller By David F. Fanning
  • The Camden Bank Note Registers By David Gladfelter
  • An Adventure in Rhode Island By Dan Hamelberg
  • Chasing an Oasis of Numismatic Knowledge By Thomas D. Harrison
  • Imhoof-Blumer, Fontana, and Quadras y Ramón Kibitzing My Collection By Andrew McCabe
  • A Copy of Henfrey’s English Coins Bound with Wilkinson’s Ancient Egyptians By David Pickup
  • There Has To Be a Better Lazy Deuce? By John and Nancy Wilson
  • A Fortunate Scratch By Ray Williams
  • An exceedingly interesting copy of Brooke’s English Coins By Peter Gaspar
  • Tales of Numismatic Good Luck and Bad Luck By Jud Petrie

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Photo from the cover of Louis Helfenstein Collection of Large Cents (August 14, 1964). 
				Catalog courtesy of Dan Hamelberg.

Photo from the cover of Louis Helfenstein Collection of Large Cents (August 14, 1964). Catalog courtesy of Dan Hamelberg.