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The NNP library, at the heart of our project is a growing database of all numismatic literature and documents we can digitize.


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Sep 21 2017

James Kelly Catalogs on NNP

James Kelly of Dayton, OH was a prominent dealer in the mid-20th century, with 56 auction sales to his credit. Newman Portal has scanned all but two (6/1/953 and 4/29/1955), there are posted here.
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Sep 20 2017

Independence Hall Collection

Coins, tokens, and medals from the Independence Hall collection are posted here. This collection was formed in the early 20th century by Frank H. Stewart, who owned the first U.S. Mint property and became interested in its history. Stewart christened it the "Old Mint Collection" and donated it to the City of Philadelphia. Today it is administered by the National Park Service at Independence Hall.
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Sep 18 2017

Coin Holder Mania

Two publications have been launched in recent years dedicated to coin holders. David Lange's Coin Board News studies vintage coin boards (the most ubiquitous being the blue Whitman folders of the 1960s era) while the Sample Slab Update Newsletter, by David Schwager, examines variants of the plastic slabs today used to house almost all U.S. collector coins of significant value. There is something for everyone here - coin boards are a blast from the past while slabs are ever evolving and new varieties are constantly appearing.
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