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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 47, No. 1

    1/1/2013

    Highlight: PENNY-WISE, Vol. VIII, No. 4. Pages I88-I93. “ “, September 15, 1974. PENNY-WISE, Vol. VIII, No. 5. Pages 228-237. “ “, November 15, 1974. PENNY-WISE, Vol. VIII, No. 6. Pages I3I-I35. “ “, January 15, 1975. PENNY-WISE, Vol. IX, No. I. Pages 38-41. “ “, Mareh 15, 1975. PENNY-WISE, Vol. IX, No. 2. Pages 90-94. “ “, May 15, 1975. PENNY-WISE, Vol. IX, No. 3. Pages I57-I60. “ “, July 15, 1975. PENNY-WISE, Vol. IX, No. 4. Pages I65-I68. “ “, September 15, 1975. PENNY-WISE, Vol. IX, No. 5. Pages 249-253. “ “, November 15, 1975. PENNY-WISE, Vol. IX, No. 6. Pages 297-304. “ “, January 15, 1976. PENNY-WISE, Vol. X, No. 1. Pages 26-34. “ “, March 15, 1976. PENNY-WISE, Vol. X, No. 2. Pages 104-107. “ “, May 15, 1976. PENNY-WISEes 139-145. “ “, July 15, 1976. PENNY-WISE, Vol. X, No.

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 47, No. 1

    1/1/2013

    Highlight: PENNY-WISE, Vol. VIII, No. 4. Pages I88-I93. “ “, September 15, 1974. PENNY-WISE, Vol. VIII, No. 5. Pages 228-237. “ “, November 15, 1974. PENNY-WISE, Vol. VIII, No. 6. Pages I3I-I35. “ “, January 15, 1975. PENNY-WISE, Vol. IX, No. I. Pages 38-41. “ “, Mareh 15, 1975. PENNY-WISE, Vol. IX, No. 2. Pages 90-94. “ “, May 15, 1975. PENNY-WISE, Vol. IX, No. 3. Pages I57-I60. “ “, July 15, 1975. PENNY-WISE, Vol. IX, No. 4. Pages I65-I68. “ “, September 15, 1975. PENNY-WISE, Vol. IX, No. 5. Pages 249-253. “ “, November 15, 1975. PENNY-WISE, Vol. IX, No. 6. Pages 297-304. “ “, January 15, 1976. PENNY-WISE, Vol. X, No. 1. Pages 26-34. “ “, March 15, 1976. PENNY-WISE, Vol. X, No. 2. Pages 104-107. “ “, May 15, 1976. PENNY-WISEes 139-145. “ “, July 15, 1976. PENNY-WISE, Vol. X, No.

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    Twenty-Fourth Mail Bid Sale of Numismatic Literature

    Highlight: through 1 97 1- " Penny-Wise " -2 0 issues-Vol . II , No . 5 ( consecutive issue No. 8) through Vol .V, No . 6 ( consecutive issue No. 27). All are three-hole punched " -1972 through 197 4- "Penny-Wise " -1 8 issues-Vol . VI , No . 1 ( consecutive issue No. 28) through Vol .VI II , No . 6 ( consecutive issue No. 45). As above. " -1975 through 1976- " Penny -Wise" -12 issues-Vol . IX , No . 1 ( consecutive issue No. 46) through Vol . X , No . 6 ( consecutive issue No. 57). As above. " -1977-Vol . XI , No . 1 ( consecutive issue No . 58 ) - "Penny-Wise" " -1977-Vol . XI , No . 2 ( consecutive issue No . 59 ) - "Penny-Wise" " -1977-Vol . XI , No . 3 < consecutive issue No . 60 ) - "Penny-WiseXI , No . 4 ( consecutive issue No . 61 ) - "Penny-Wise" " -1977-Vol . XI , No

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 47, No. 1

    1/1/2013

    Highlight: PENNY-WISE. Volume XXXVII, No. 2, Page 106- 1 15. “Proof Coronet Half Cents with Large Berry Reverse, Part 2: 1842-1845.” Lithotechinical Services, Inc., 1600 West 92 Street, Minneapolis, MN 55431 Coleman, Jr., Richard T. May 15, 2003, PENNY-WISE. Volume XXXVII, No. 3, Pages 196-202. “A Listing of Coronet Head Proof Half Cents, Part Three: 1846 through 1848.” Lithotechinical Services, Inc., 1600 West 92 Street, Minneapolis, MN 55431. Coleman, Jr., Richard T. July 15, 2003. PENNY-WISEart Four: 1849 through 1852.” Lithotechinical Services, Inc., 1600 West 92 Street, Minneapolis, MN 55431. Coleman, Jr., Richard T. September 15, 2003. PENNY-WISE, Volume XXXVII, No. 5, Pages 337-343. “A Listing of Coronet Head

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    The Asylum, Summer 2004

    1/7/2004

    Highlight: on 'Penny-Wise' No. 11," Penny-Wise 3 (1969), pp. 93-94. Breen comments on a number of topics, particularly on John Wright's article on 1794-1807 reverse types. Title presumably not Breen's. "Walter Breen Comments on the 1795 G-3, CMM #2a Half Cent," Penny-Wise 8 (1974), p. 69. Comments on an article by Milton B. Pfeffer which appeared in the November 1973 issue of Penny-Wise, largely concerning emission sequences of 1795 half cents. Not Breen's title. "Walter Breen Replies," Penny-Wise the Goldberg collection for Superior Galleries. Already, the tone of both Cohen's letter (which directly precedes Breen's response in this issue of Penny-Wise )

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    The Asylum, Summer 2004

    1/7/2004

    Highlight: on 'Penny-Wise' No. 11," Penny-Wise 3 (1969), pp. 93-94. Breen comments on a number of topics, particularly on John Wright's article on 1794-1807 reverse types. Title presumably not Breen's. "Walter Breen Comments on the 1795 G-3, CMM #2a Half Cent," Penny-Wise 8 (1974), p. 69. Comments on an article by Milton B. Pfeffer which appeared in the November 1973 issue of Penny-Wise, largely concerning emission sequences of 1795 half cents. Not Breen's title. "Walter Breen Replies," Penny-Wise the Goldberg collection for Superior Galleries. Already, the tone of both Cohen's letter (which directly precedes Breen's response in this issue of Penny-Wise )

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 47, No. 1

    1/1/2013

    Highlight: PENNY-WISE. Volume XXXVII, No. 2, Page 106- 1 15. “Proof Coronet Half Cents with Large Berry Reverse, Part 2: 1842-1845.” Lithotechinical Services, Inc., 1600 West 92 Street, Minneapolis, MN 55431 Coleman, Jr., Richard T. May 15, 2003, PENNY-WISE. Volume XXXVII, No. 3, Pages 196-202. “A Listing of Coronet Head Proof Half Cents, Part Three: 1846 through 1848.” Lithotechinical Services, Inc., 1600 West 92 Street, Minneapolis, MN 55431. Coleman, Jr., Richard T. July 15, 2003. PENNY-WISEart Four: 1849 through 1852.” Lithotechinical Services, Inc., 1600 West 92 Street, Minneapolis, MN 55431. Coleman, Jr., Richard T. September 15, 2003. PENNY-WISE, Volume XXXVII, No. 5, Pages 337-343. “A Listing of Coronet Head

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    Twenty-Third Mail Bid Sale of Numismatic Literature

    Highlight: No.99- "Penny Wise" . M C44. " -1984-Volume XVIII-No . 3-Consecutive No . 102- "Penny Wise" M C45. " -1985-Volume XIX-Nos.3,4 and 5-Consecutive Nos. 108 to 110- "Penny Wise" .M C46. " -1986-Volume XX-Nos.l to 4-Consecutive Nos. 112 to 115- "Penny Wise" . M C47. " -1987-Volume XXI-Nos.l to 6-Consecutive Nos. 118 to 123- "Penny Wise" . M C48. " -1988-Volume XXII-Nos.l to 6-Consecutive Nos. 124 to 129- "Penny Wise" . M C49. " -1989-Volume XXIII-Nos.l to 6-Consecutive Nos. 130 to 135- "Penny Wise" .M C50. " -1990-Volume XXIV-Nos.l to 6-Consecutive Nos . 136-141- "Penny Wise" . . M C51. " -1991-Volume XXV-Nos.l to 6-Consecutive Nos . 142-147- "Penny Wise-Nos . 1 , 2 , 3 and 6-Consecutive Nos . 142, 143 , 144 and 147- "Penny Wise" M C53. "

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    Twenty-Seventh Mail Bid Sale of Numismatic Literature

    Highlight: group of several hundred pages of "Penny -Wise " -not in order. See if you can figure out where they go. " -1967-Vol . I-Nos . 1 , 2 & 3- "Penny-Wise " -3 issues complete (in photocopy). " -1968-Vol . II-Nos . 1 , 2, 3, 4 , 5 & 6- " Penny-Wise " -6 issues complete . Number s 1,2 & 3 are photocopies. The November addendum is present " -1969-Vol . I II-Nos . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 & 6 - "Penny-Wise " -6 issues complete with No. 6 being in photocopy " -1970-Vol . IV-Nos . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 & 6- "Penny-Wise " -6 issues complete plus the index for Vol.IV. " -1971-Vol . V-Nos . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 and 5- " Penny-Wise " -5 issues , lacking No. 6. " -1972-Vol . VI-Nos . 1 , 3 and 4 only- "Penny-Wiseues " -1973-Vol . VI I-Nos . 1 , 2 , 3 , 5 & 6- " Penny-Wise " -5 issues , lacking No. 4. "

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 2 (203)

    15/3/2001

    Highlight: Penny-Wise 34 , 172. 2. Eckberg, W.R. (2000) Rarities and hoard coins: the half cents of 1825-1857. Penny-Wise 34 , 254. 3. Eckberg, W.R. (2000) Survivorship of the 1809-181 1 half cents. Penny-Wise 34 , 267. 4. Eckberg, W.R. (2001) Delivery dates of the 1803-1808 half cent varieties. Penny-Wise 35 (issue #1). 6. Manley, R. (2000) Original mintages of the 1797 and 1800 half cents. Penny-Wisereen, W. (1983) Walter Breen’s Encyclopedia of United States Half Cents, 1793-1857. American Institute of Numismatic Research, South Gate, CA. 8. Eckberg, W. (2000) Who made the half cents of 1793? Penny-Wise Rarity estimates of 1794 half cents and their relationship to lettered-edge planchet styles. Penny-Wise 29 , 159. 10. Guth, R. (1982) Another look at the

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 5, No. 1(22)

    15/1/1971

    Highlight: Despite the fact that PENNY-WISE and the EAC are well-known to COIN WORLD and its Editor, Margo Russell, the following item appeared in its December 2nd issue, page 39: PENNY-WISE HAS NEW EDITOR "Warren A. Lapp took over as Editor of PENNY-WISE, the official publication of the Early Anerlcan Coppers Association, following the retirement of William Parks. He called attention to an article on "Large Cent Restrikes" by members Jeffrey and Paul Oliphant, in which they followed the history of restrikes for many years after the dies were found in the Mint debris following the fire of 1816. Carried in the bulletin are reports of meetings held on the west coast on July 24 and at the Blue Ridge Numismatic Association in August. All present at each session said they gained by the meeting and the

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 2 (203)

    15/3/2001

    Highlight: Penny-Wise 34 , 172. 2. Eckberg, W.R. (2000) Rarities and hoard coins: the half cents of 1825-1857. Penny-Wise 34 , 254. 3. Eckberg, W.R. (2000) Survivorship of the 1809-181 1 half cents. Penny-Wise 34 , 267. 4. Eckberg, W.R. (2001) Delivery dates of the 1803-1808 half cent varieties. Penny-Wise 35 (issue #1). 6. Manley, R. (2000) Original mintages of the 1797 and 1800 half cents. Penny-Wisereen, W. (1983) Walter Breen’s Encyclopedia of United States Half Cents, 1793-1857. American Institute of Numismatic Research, South Gate, CA. 8. Eckberg, W. (2000) Who made the half cents of 1793? Penny-Wise Rarity estimates of 1794 half cents and their relationship to lettered-edge planchet styles. Penny-Wise 29 , 159. 10. Guth, R. (1982) Another look at the

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 5, No. 1(22)

    15/1/1971

    Highlight: Despite the fact that PENNY-WISE and the EAC are well-known to COIN WORLD and its Editor, Margo Russell, the following item appeared in its December 2nd issue, page 39: PENNY-WISE HAS NEW EDITOR "Warren A. Lapp took over as Editor of PENNY-WISE, the official publication of the Early Anerlcan Coppers Association, following the retirement of William Parks. He called attention to an article on "Large Cent Restrikes" by members Jeffrey and Paul Oliphant, in which they followed the history of restrikes for many years after the dies were found in the Mint debris following the fire of 1816. Carried in the bulletin are reports of meetings held on the west coast on July 24 and at the Blue Ridge Numismatic Association in August. All present at each session said they gained by the meeting and the

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    Twenty-Eighth Mail Bid Sale of Numismatic Literature

    Highlight: -1967-Volume I- "Penny-Wise" . 51pp, some in photocopy . 3-hole punched VF . C41. " -1968-Vol. Il-Issues 1 through 4- ”Penny-Wise" . Some in photocopy. . . VF . C42. " -1969-Index to Volumes I and II of "Penny-Wise" -! 4 pp in photocopy. . VF . C43. " -1971-Vol . 5 , No . 4-Consecutive Issue No . 25 - "Penny-Wise" . 50 pages complete in photocopy . 3-hole punched NM . C44. " -1974-Index to Volume VIII of "Penny-Wise" . 7pp in photocopy NM . C45. " -1975-Index to Volume IX of "Penny-Wise" . 7pp in photocopy NM . C46. " -1987-Volume XXI, Number 4 of "Penny-Wise" . Consecutive issue #121. . NM . C47. " -1987-Volume XXI, Number 5 of "Penny-Wise. Consecutive issue #122. . NM . C48. " -1987-Volume XXI, Number 6 of "Penny-Wise" . Consecutive issue #123. . NM . C49. " -1994-Volume XXVII I ,

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 29, No. 1(166)

    15/1/1995

    Highlight: CD-ROM REVIEW: THE PENNY-WISE RESEARCH EIBRARY Ray Medhurst In September, the long-awaited Penny-Wiseons while my computer pulled itself up by the bootstraps. The ROM flopped into my double-spin drive and away I went. After a couple of minutes I sat back in my chair and said to myself, "This is not what I thought I ordered. This is definitely not what I thought I ordered. This is BETTER than what I thought I ordered." Let me explain why the Penny-Wise CD-ROM Research Library differs from Penny-Wise issues just pressed onto CD-ROM. When the CD-ROM project was announced in the November 1993 issue of Penny- Wise, no mention was made on how the material in the

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    Seventeen Mail Bid Sale of Numismatic Literature

    Highlight: "Penny-Wise" -243 pages in photocopy. .... NM C72. " -1978-Vol.XII ,Nos. 1 through 6 ( complete ) -Whole Nos. 64 through 69. "Penny-WIse" -302 pages (original) M C73. " -1979-Vol . XII I , Nos . 1 through 6 ( complete ) -Whole Nos. 70 through 75, "Penny-Wise " -28 9 pages (original) M C74. " -1980-Vol . XIV, Nos . 1 through 6 ( complete ) -Whole Nos. 76 through 81. "Penny-Wise " -27 4 pages (original) M C75. " -1981-Vol . XV, Nos . 1 through 6 ( complete ) -Whole Nos. 82 through 87. "Penny-Wise" -327 pages (original) M C76. " -1982-Vol . XVI , Nos . 1 through 6 ( complete ) -Whole Nos. 88 through 93. "Penny-Wise77. " -1983-Vol . XVI I , Nos . 1 through 6 ( complete ) -Whole Nos. 94 through 99. "Penny -Wise" -349 pages (original) M C78. " -1984-Vol . XVIII , Nos .

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    Forty-Fifth Mail Bid Sale of Numismatic Literature

    Highlight: EARLY AMERICAN COPPERS-1967- "Penny-Wise" -Vol . I . Nos . 1 . 2 & 3-these are photocopies C41. " -1968- "Penny-Wise " -Vol . II . Nos . 1 through 6-photocopies. . . . C42. " -196 9- "Penny-Wise " -Vol . Ill . Nos . 1 through 6-photocopies. . . C43. " -1970- "Penny-Wise " -Vol . IV. Nos . 1 through 6-photocopies. . . . C44. " -1971- "Penny-Wise " -Vol .V. Nos . 1 through 6-photocopies . In a loose-leaf binder C45. " -197 2 - "Penny-Wise " -Vol . VI . Nos . 1 through 6-photocopies . In a loose-leaf binder C46. " - 197 3- "Penny-Wise " -Vol .VII . Nos . 5 & 6-original C47. " -197 4- "Penny-Wise " -Vol .VIII. Nos . 1 through 6. Original. . . • C48. " -197 5 - "Penny-WiseIX. Nos . 1 through 6. Original. . . . . C49. " -197 6- "Penny-Wise " -Vol .X. Nos . 1 through 6. Original in

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 43, No. 1

    1/1/2009

    Highlight: ARTICLES FOR PENNY-WISE Ray Rouse In the recent December 2008 EAC Region 8 Newsletter Harry Salyards, the editor of Penny-Wise, called for submissions for the January edition of Penny-Wise claiming that the cupboard was bare and no articles were available. This is not a new phenomenon. Over the years about the only editions of Penny-Wise. Why is this a problem? Well, like all volunteer organizations, only a few members do most of the heavy lifting, setting up the convention, serving as National Officers or Regional Chairmen, or being regular contributors to Penny-Wise (think, peopl

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 6 (207)

    15/11/2001

    Highlight: Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXV, No. 4, 239, 2001. 2. Ron Manley, “The Original Mintages of Middle Date Cents, Part II: 1832-1839”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXV, No. 5, 301, 2001. 3. Ron Manley, “The Original Mintages of Middle Date Cents, Part III: 1823-1831”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXV, No. 6, 2001, this issue. 4. Ron Manley, “The Classic Head Cent Varieties: Estimated Mintages and Survivorship”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXV, No. 3, 162, 2001. 5. E. Larry Knee, “Towards the Science of Large Cent Survival”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XV, No. 3, 125, 1981. 6. Tom Reynolds, “Examining the Rarity Ratings, Part 7”, Penny-Wiseobinson”, 14th edition, 1996. 8. Tom Reynolds, “Examining the Rarity Ratings, Part 8 (1830-1839)”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XXIV, No. 3, 137, 1990.

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 36, No. 6 (213)

    15/11/2002

    Highlight: Penny-Wise, XXXII, 252 (1998). 2. Ron Manley, “Survivorship of Early Large Cents”, Penny-Wise, XXXVI, 64 (2002). 3. R. S. Yeoman, A Guide Book of United States Coins, 55th edition, edited by Kenneth Bressett (2002), pp. 81-82. 4. Tom Reynolds, “Examining the Current Rarity Ratings, Part 3”, Penny-Wise, XXIII, 155 (1989). 5. Tom Reynolds, “Examining the Current Rarity Ratings, Part 4”, Penny-Wise, XXIII, 222 (1989). 6. Ron Manley, “Estimating the Draped Bust Cent Mintages: 1801-1807”, Penny-Wise, XXXVI (2002) (submitted). 7. Walter Breen, Encyclopedia of Early United States Cents 1793-1814, edited by Mark R. Borckardt (2000), pp. 294-296; 369-372, 437-439; 537-538; Plates IX-XXIII. 8. Entry 42, Record Group 104 - Records of the U. S. Mint, “Treasurer’s Account of Copper Coinage” (1796-1800)

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 18, No. 1(100)

    15/11/1984

    Highlight: a leader from a film 'PENNY-WISE' which advertises brass and copper products manufactured by my employer. The Anaconda American Brass Co. , now known as Arco Metals. Please make the leader a part of your PENNY-WISE collection. ************* And from Dorothy Wise Kincaide: "I hope that the enclosed will be an addi- tion to your Penny-Wiseag a little and tell you that she is a very pretty young lady. When she was a baby, I started collecting 'PennyWise' things, but have long since given that up." With her letter, Mrs. Kincaide enclosed cards and envelopes for Penny Wise Antiques and PennyWise Doll Hospital at Gainesville, Virginia, for Penny Wise's Doll World of St. Cloud,

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 43, No. 1

    1/1/2009

    Highlight: ARTICLES FOR PENNY-WISE Ray Rouse In the recent December 2008 EAC Region 8 Newsletter Harry Salyards, the editor of Penny-Wise, called for submissions for the January edition of Penny-Wise claiming that the cupboard was bare and no articles were available. This is not a new phenomenon. Over the years about the only editions of Penny-Wise. Why is this a problem? Well, like all volunteer organizations, only a few members do most of the heavy lifting, setting up the convention, serving as National Officers or Regional Chairmen, or being regular contributors to Penny-Wise (think, peopl

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 6 (207)

    15/11/2001

    Highlight: Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXV, No. 4, 239, 2001. 2. Ron Manley, “The Original Mintages of Middle Date Cents, Part II: 1832-1839”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXV, No. 5, 301, 2001. 3. Ron Manley, “The Original Mintages of Middle Date Cents, Part III: 1823-1831”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXV, No. 6, 2001, this issue. 4. Ron Manley, “The Classic Head Cent Varieties: Estimated Mintages and Survivorship”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXV, No. 3, 162, 2001. 5. E. Larry Knee, “Towards the Science of Large Cent Survival”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XV, No. 3, 125, 1981. 6. Tom Reynolds, “Examining the Rarity Ratings, Part 7”, Penny-Wiseobinson”, 14th edition, 1996. 8. Tom Reynolds, “Examining the Rarity Ratings, Part 8 (1830-1839)”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XXIV, No. 3, 137, 1990.

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 36, No. 6 (213)

    15/11/2002

    Highlight: Penny-Wise, XXXII, 252 (1998). 2. Ron Manley, “Survivorship of Early Large Cents”, Penny-Wise, XXXVI, 64 (2002). 3. R. S. Yeoman, A Guide Book of United States Coins, 55th edition, edited by Kenneth Bressett (2002), pp. 81-82. 4. Tom Reynolds, “Examining the Current Rarity Ratings, Part 3”, Penny-Wise, XXIII, 155 (1989). 5. Tom Reynolds, “Examining the Current Rarity Ratings, Part 4”, Penny-Wise, XXIII, 222 (1989). 6. Ron Manley, “Estimating the Draped Bust Cent Mintages: 1801-1807”, Penny-Wise, XXXVI (2002) (submitted). 7. Walter Breen, Encyclopedia of Early United States Cents 1793-1814, edited by Mark R. Borckardt (2000), pp. 294-296; 369-372, 437-439; 537-538; Plates IX-XXIII. 8. Entry 42, Record Group 104 - Records of the U. S. Mint, “Treasurer’s Account of Copper Coinage” (1796-1800)

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 18, No. 1(100)

    15/11/1984

    Highlight: a leader from a film 'PENNY-WISE' which advertises brass and copper products manufactured by my employer. The Anaconda American Brass Co. , now known as Arco Metals. Please make the leader a part of your PENNY-WISE collection. ************* And from Dorothy Wise Kincaide: "I hope that the enclosed will be an addi- tion to your Penny-Wiseag a little and tell you that she is a very pretty young lady. When she was a baby, I started collecting 'PennyWise' things, but have long since given that up." With her letter, Mrs. Kincaide enclosed cards and envelopes for Penny Wise Antiques and PennyWise Doll Hospital at Gainesville, Virginia, for Penny Wise's Doll World of St. Cloud,

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 1 (202)

    15/1/2001

    Highlight: Penny-Wise, Vol. IX, No. 5, 247, 1975. 4. Milton B. Pfeffer, “Half Cents Catalogue Sales: Addenda”, Penny-Wiself Cents 1793-1857 (1983), pp. 320, 322, 337. 7. R. W. Julian, “Production of Half Cents Fluctuated 1825-1836”, Numismatic News, January 19, 1999, pp. 18-20. 8. Auctions by Bowers & Merena, Inc. — The Norweb Collection I (1987), p. 55. 9. Craig Sholley, personal communication (August 16-17, 2000). 10. George E. Ewing, Jr. “Edge Devices”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XV, No. 5, 229, 1981. 11. Herbert A. Silberman, “Partially-Reeded Edges of Some Large Cents”, Penny-Wise, Vol. VI, No. 1, 13, 1972. 12. Craig Sholley, “The

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 36, No. 1 (208)

    15/1/2002

    Highlight: Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXIV, No. 6, 328, 2000. 2. R. W. Julian, “US Half Cent Thrives Despite Second Rate Treatment”, Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine, Vol. 38, No. 440, 886, 1972. 3. R. W. Julian, “The Half Cent Coinages of 1831-1835”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXIV, No. 6, 340, 2000 (reprinted from the 1 986 New England Journal of Numismatics). 4. R. W. Julian, “The Half Cent Coinage of 1832-1835”, Penny-Wisehe December 1991 issue of The Numismatist). 5. R. W. Julian, “Production of Half Cents Fluctuated 1825-1836”, Numismatic News, January 19, 1999, pp. 18-20. 6. R. W. Julian, Letters to the Editor, Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXV, No. 2, 126, 2001. 7. The Treasurer of the Mint of the United States — His Copper Account with the Chief Coiner, Entry 42, Record Group

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 1 (202)

    15/1/2001

    Highlight: Penny-Wise, Vol. IX, No. 5, 247, 1975. 4. Milton B. Pfeffer, “Half Cents Catalogue Sales: Addenda”, Penny-Wiself Cents 1793-1857 (1983), pp. 320, 322, 337. 7. R. W. Julian, “Production of Half Cents Fluctuated 1825-1836”, Numismatic News, January 19, 1999, pp. 18-20. 8. Auctions by Bowers & Merena, Inc. — The Norweb Collection I (1987), p. 55. 9. Craig Sholley, personal communication (August 16-17, 2000). 10. George E. Ewing, Jr. “Edge Devices”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XV, No. 5, 229, 1981. 11. Herbert A. Silberman, “Partially-Reeded Edges of Some Large Cents”, Penny-Wise, Vol. VI, No. 1, 13, 1972. 12. Craig Sholley, “The

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 36, No. 1 (208)

    15/1/2002

    Highlight: Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXIV, No. 6, 328, 2000. 2. R. W. Julian, “US Half Cent Thrives Despite Second Rate Treatment”, Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine, Vol. 38, No. 440, 886, 1972. 3. R. W. Julian, “The Half Cent Coinages of 1831-1835”, Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXIV, No. 6, 340, 2000 (reprinted from the 1 986 New England Journal of Numismatics). 4. R. W. Julian, “The Half Cent Coinage of 1832-1835”, Penny-Wisehe December 1991 issue of The Numismatist). 5. R. W. Julian, “Production of Half Cents Fluctuated 1825-1836”, Numismatic News, January 19, 1999, pp. 18-20. 6. R. W. Julian, Letters to the Editor, Penny-Wise, Vol. XXXV, No. 2, 126, 2001. 7. The Treasurer of the Mint of the United States — His Copper Account with the Chief Coiner, Entry 42, Record Group

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 17, No. 3(96)

    15/5/1983

    Highlight: of PENNY-WISE says more about what’s wrong with ANA than EAC, i.e. their concern for structure over substance. I fail to see the logic behind the demand for a larger masthead. Seems a pompous waste of space to me . The table of contents is useful - much easier to refer back to an article. But calling PENNY-WISE a ’frightening experience' sets my blood to boiling. Sure, it takes some intelligence to understand the information in PENNY-WISE, but when did thinking go out of style? I’ll tell you one thing. I would not trade my back issues of PENNY- WISE for the same of THE NUMISMATIST." 2. "Received my PENNY-WISEon the first day that it is received. What prompts my letter is the ANA 'critique' of PENNY-WISE. I will

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    The Americana Sale

    Highlight: which published Penny-Wise — an informal journal of new discoveries, information on rarity and condition ratings, gossip, and news in the field of copper issues, particularly large cents. By means of letters to the editor and scholarly articles, John became a contributor. An indication of John's collecting interest was expressed by his first letter to the editor of Penny-Wisee to be able to get together with fellow collectors on such an informal basis." At a 1971 convention in Boston, John perceived that grading of 1794 cents was not exactly by the book, as per a letter to the Penny-Wise editor: "Fanciers of '94s were not exactly surfeited with choice offerings. The commercial EEs seemed to be

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 99

    1/4/1995

    Highlight: Penny-Wise, Sept. 15, 1994 (No. 164), pp. 291-296. 2) Lorenzo J, Letter to the Editor, Penny-Wise, Nov. 15,1994 (No.1 65), pp. 423-424. 3) Hodder M, “New Jersey 17-b Reconsidered: A Puzzle Not Quite so Puzzling” Penny-Wise, Nov. 15, 1994 (No. 165), pp. 354-359. 4) Hodder, Michael : Personal Communication. 5) Maris E, A Historic Sketch of the Coins of New Jersey, Philadelphia, 1881. 6) Moore R, “A Simple Attribution Guide to New Jersey Copper Reverses”, Penny-Wise, March 15,1995 (No. 167), pp. 88-97. 7) Price E, Letter to the Editor, Penny-Wise, July 15, 1992 (No. 157), pp. 300-301. 8) Henry R, “A Proposal Concerning Reverse Rotation Terminology”, Penny-Wise, Nov. 15, 1992, pp. 374-376. 9) Van Allen L.C., “Rotated Die Coin Measurements”, Copyrighted Product Infor- mation for Rota Flip, 1991

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 1, No. 3

    1/12/1967

    Highlight: PENNY-WISE SEEKS MONETARY AID S.O.S. In order to continue the publication of PENNY-WISE, we are asking at this time for voluntary contributions from the membership. Any donation, no matter how small or large, is earnestly solicited. However, any such donation shall be strictly voluntary; and all members, whether they contribute or not, will continue to receive PENNY-WISE so long as it is published. The cost of publishing the first and second issues of PENNY-WISE was sub- sidized by an anonymous member. No revenue was derived from the dealer advertise- ments carried in the first issue, although the thought that the bulletin could be made self-sustaining on future fees from advertising was considered as a likely possibility. However, the members voiced strong disapproval of any advertising,

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 3, No. 4(13)

    15/7/1969

    Highlight: PENNY-WISE Vol. Ill, No. 4 Consecutive Issue No. 13 July 15, 1969 Welcome to another and very exciting issue of PENNY-WISE. The articles purposely have been kept short and well diversified - and there are many brief items which we're sure you'll find to be both interesting and informative - just the thing for light reading on a hot summer's day. Capt. Wright, aided by Denis Loring and Rod Burress, has come up with a real whiz-bang of a Penny Quiz for this issue - it's guaranteed to pick your brains, but you'll get a lot of pleasure out of solving it. And once again Jules Reiver has come up with an interesting oddity from among the late dates. Then there's the article on the discovery of the 1794 S-48 and another article on old time collectors and dealers (Walter Breen says this one deserve

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 9, No. 2(47)

    15/3/1975

    Highlight: 1 975 carried an article which was titled ’’Penny— Wise to Manufacture Grayson’s Plastics' line". The article states that Penny— WisePlastics Co. of Hutchinson, Kansas and was moving this to their Oklahoma headquarters . The new company will specialize in the manufacture of custom- made coin holders, although it will maintain a complete inventory of standard- sized coin holders as well . To dispel any doubt, if there should be any, it is recorded here that Penny-Wise Products Co. is in no way connected with EAC or with its journal, PENNY-WISE. In fact, EAC's president and P-W's editor were a little miffed at the selection of that particular name; and Herb

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 18, No. 2(101)

    15/3/1984

    Highlight: to PENNY— WISE 1 00 and to E'AG in an editorial which appeared in COIN WORLD’S February 1st issue (page 4). Margo Russell, COIN WORLD’S Editor, has graciously permitted us to reprint the editorial in P— W, for which P— W and EAC wish to thank Margo, Mr. Gibbs, and COIN WORLD for allowing us to do so. We think that you’ll enjoy reading Mr. Gibb’s comments if you haven’t done so already. ‘Penny- Wiseb circumvent time and accomplish this event? By publish- ing the 100th consecutive issue of the best numismatic publication printed by any club, association or society, bar none in my opinion — Penny-Wise. Th

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    The Asylum, Summer 2004

    1/7/2004

    Highlight: Penny-Wise 23 (1989), pp. 48-52. The first of two letters published here, this one is addressed to Harry Salyards, editor of Penny-Wise, and updates Salyards on the events in Breen's life (particularly the health of Breen's wife, Marion Zimmer Bradley). Also touches on the discovery of an S-229 large cent with a retained cud. Letter to the Editor, Penny-Wiseites, "no other known obverse die of any date among the Draped Busts has a break exactly matching this one." He then gives a listing of other known examples with provenances. Letter to the Editor, by Charles Davis, Penny-Wise 27 (1993), p. 297. Davis quotes several lines from a

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    The Asylum, Summer 2004

    1/7/2004

    Highlight: Penny-Wise 23 (1989), pp. 48-52. The first of two letters published here, this one is addressed to Harry Salyards, editor of Penny-Wise, and updates Salyards on the events in Breen's life (particularly the health of Breen's wife, Marion Zimmer Bradley). Also touches on the discovery of an S-229 large cent with a retained cud. Letter to the Editor, Penny-Wiseites, "no other known obverse die of any date among the Draped Busts has a break exactly matching this one." He then gives a listing of other known examples with provenances. Letter to the Editor, by Charles Davis, Penny-Wise 27 (1993), p. 297. Davis quotes several lines from a

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 99

    1/4/1995

    Highlight: Penny-Wise, Sept. 15, 1994 (No. 164), pp. 291-296. 2) Lorenzo J, Letter to the Editor, Penny-Wise, Nov. 15,1994 (No.1 65), pp. 423-424. 3) Hodder M, “New Jersey 17-b Reconsidered: A Puzzle Not Quite so Puzzling” Penny-Wise, Nov. 15, 1994 (No. 165), pp. 354-359. 4) Hodder, Michael : Personal Communication. 5) Maris E, A Historic Sketch of the Coins of New Jersey, Philadelphia, 1881. 6) Moore R, “A Simple Attribution Guide to New Jersey Copper Reverses”, Penny-Wise, March 15,1995 (No. 167), pp. 88-97. 7) Price E, Letter to the Editor, Penny-Wise, July 15, 1992 (No. 157), pp. 300-301. 8) Henry R, “A Proposal Concerning Reverse Rotation Terminology”, Penny-Wise, Nov. 15, 1992, pp. 374-376. 9) Van Allen L.C., “Rotated Die Coin Measurements”, Copyrighted Product Infor- mation for Rota Flip, 1991

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 1, No. 3

    1/12/1967

    Highlight: PENNY-WISE SEEKS MONETARY AID S.O.S. In order to continue the publication of PENNY-WISE, we are asking at this time for voluntary contributions from the membership. Any donation, no matter how small or large, is earnestly solicited. However, any such donation shall be strictly voluntary; and all members, whether they contribute or not, will continue to receive PENNY-WISE so long as it is published. The cost of publishing the first and second issues of PENNY-WISE was sub- sidized by an anonymous member. No revenue was derived from the dealer advertise- ments carried in the first issue, although the thought that the bulletin could be made self-sustaining on future fees from advertising was considered as a likely possibility. However, the members voiced strong disapproval of any advertising,

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 3, No. 4(13)

    15/7/1969

    Highlight: PENNY-WISE Vol. Ill, No. 4 Consecutive Issue No. 13 July 15, 1969 Welcome to another and very exciting issue of PENNY-WISE. The articles purposely have been kept short and well diversified - and there are many brief items which we're sure you'll find to be both interesting and informative - just the thing for light reading on a hot summer's day. Capt. Wright, aided by Denis Loring and Rod Burress, has come up with a real whiz-bang of a Penny Quiz for this issue - it's guaranteed to pick your brains, but you'll get a lot of pleasure out of solving it. And once again Jules Reiver has come up with an interesting oddity from among the late dates. Then there's the article on the discovery of the 1794 S-48 and another article on old time collectors and dealers (Walter Breen says this one deserve

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 7, No. 6(39)

    15/11/1973

    Highlight: WATKINS CIkiIiHm FvlfiRnteat THOMAS MINNIEAR American Numismatic Association Penny-Wise, Pound Smart A sixth anniversary in numismatics, such an ancient ■cience, ordinarily would hardly seem worthy of recogni- tion. However, that important and outstanding organiza- tion the Early American Coppers Club, Inc., is observing the sixth anniversary of its official publication. “Penny- Wise.” In our estimation, this deserves attention Decause. Penny-Wise is an epic documentation of a historic U.S. numismatic segment Dr. Warren A. Lapp, who so brilliantly edits the publication, describes the first issue dated Sept. 15, 1967, as ft “noble experiment." Herb Silberm&n, Bill Parks and Dr. Lapp each played a significant role in getting out the first issue, and still do. More than 1,400 pages have been

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 9, No. 2(47)

    15/3/1975

    Highlight: 1 975 carried an article which was titled ’’Penny— Wise to Manufacture Grayson’s Plastics' line". The article states that Penny— WisePlastics Co. of Hutchinson, Kansas and was moving this to their Oklahoma headquarters . The new company will specialize in the manufacture of custom- made coin holders, although it will maintain a complete inventory of standard- sized coin holders as well . To dispel any doubt, if there should be any, it is recorded here that Penny-Wise Products Co. is in no way connected with EAC or with its journal, PENNY-WISE. In fact, EAC's president and P-W's editor were a little miffed at the selection of that particular name; and Herb

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 15, No. 3(84)

    15/5/1981

    Highlight: PENNY WISE POPS UP AGAIN Just as P-W was about to be mailed out to Bill Parks for printing and mail- ing, the Editor received a parcel in the mail. In the parcel was a paperback titled PENNY WISE by Sarah Carlisle. Published by Fawcett Coventry of New York, the novel is a Regency love story in the Coventry Romances series and seems to involve a Miss Penny Wise. The Editor is happy to add it to his other memorabilia collected in the name of PENNY-WISE was a gift from Chuck Funk who found it in his local book store. Our thanks to Chuck and his eagle eye! EACers ARE THE NICEST PEOPLE Back in March 15, 1980, issue of PENNY-WISErks related that the unbelievable had really happened. "Out of 558 mailings of PENNY-WISE No. 76, not one was

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 18, No. 2(101)

    15/3/1984

    Highlight: to PENNY— WISE 1 00 and to E'AG in an editorial which appeared in COIN WORLD’S February 1st issue (page 4). Margo Russell, COIN WORLD’S Editor, has graciously permitted us to reprint the editorial in P— W, for which P— W and EAC wish to thank Margo, Mr. Gibbs, and COIN WORLD for allowing us to do so. We think that you’ll enjoy reading Mr. Gibb’s comments if you haven’t done so already. ‘Penny- Wiseb circumvent time and accomplish this event? By publish- ing the 100th consecutive issue of the best numismatic publication printed by any club, association or society, bar none in my opinion — Penny-Wise. Th

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    History of the Early American Coppers Club

    15/11/1997

    Highlight: Penny-Wiseecause its initials duplicated Penny Whimsy. Herb saw and approved each issue of P- W before it was printed and mailed out.” Voluntary contributions supported the first three issues of P-W. For 1968, the price of a subscription and membership in EAC was set at $10. Chuck Funk, who produced indexes for the first 20 years, reported that through the end of Volume VIII (1974), 45 issues of Penny-Wise had been published totaling 1801 pages. On January 15, 1984, the 100th consecutive issue of Penny-Wised a member from Montana and we were now mailing to members in all 50 states. In 1984 Jan Valentine arranged for the first four volumes of Penny-Wise t

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    Twenty-Seventh Mail Bid Sale of Numismatic Literature

    Highlight: " -1987- "Cumulative Index to Penny-Wise , Vol . I-XX" -77pp. C64. " -1988-Vol . XXI I-Nos . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 & 6- " Penny-Wise " -6 issues complete. . , m C65. " -1989-Vol.XXIII-Nos,l,2,3,4 & 5- "Penny-Wise" -5 issues C66. " -1990-Vol.XXIV-Nos.3,4,5 & 6- ’*Penny-Wise" -4 issues C67. " -1991-Vol . XXV-Nos . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 S 6- " Penny-Wise " -6 issues complete plus the 1991 EAC auction C68. " -1992-Vol . XXVI-Nos . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 & 6 . - "Penny-Wise" -6 issues complete. . m C69. " -1993-Vol . XXVII-Nos . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 & 6- " Penny-Wise " -6 issues complete. . m C70 .EVANS , George G . -1892-Centennial Edition(1977 Durst reprint ) - "Illustrated History of the United States Mint" -186pp, pis , HC ( white leatherette) , gilt,12mo NM+ C71 .FIVAZ ,Bill & STANTON ,J . T . -1990-First

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    The Rittenhouse Society Correspondence, 1960-1989

    /1960

    Highlight: Penny-WiseHarry Bass Numismatic Index Project (except Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine) Clain-Stefanelli, E.E. Numismatic Bibliography. Walter Breen's Complete Encyclopedia American Numismatic Society; Numismatic Literature. The following issue numbers have been checked: 11-15, 17-19, 22-23, 25-28, 42-43, 45, 47, 48, 54, 56, 62-88, 90-109, 114, 116- 121, 123-138. 1797 NC-7 - A New, Unlisted Variety. Penny-Wise, 1968, p. 218. 1797 S-121a: A Legitimate Sub-Variety. Penny-Wise, 3/15/1990, pp. 61-62. A Coiner s Caviar: Walter Breen's Encyclopedia of U.S. and Colonial Proof Coins, 1722-1977. Albertson, NY: F.C.I. Press, Inc., 1977. 320 pp. Illus. A Coiner s Caviar: Walter Breen's Encyclopedia of U.S. and Colonial Proof Coins, 1722-1977. 2 nd

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 102

    1/5/1996

    Highlight: "Letter to the Editor," Penny-Wise, Volume XXVI, Issue # 152, September 15, 1992, p. 383. 3) Griffee J, "New Jersey Coppers, Part 26: Maris 44-c," Penny-Wise, Volume XXIX, Issue # 170, September 15, 1995, p. 260. 4) Moore R, "A Simple Guide to the Attribution of New Jersey Copper Reverses, " Penny-Wise, Volume XXIX, Issue # 167, March 15, 1995, pp. 88-97. 5) Breen W, "Foreword," Reprint of The Coins of New Jersey, by Edward Maris, Quarterman Publications, Inc., Lawrence, 1974, pp. i - viii. 6) Hodder M, "The 1787 'New York' Immunis Columbia: A Mystery Re-Raveled," The Colonial Newsletter, Volume 31, Serial No. 87, January 1991, pp. 1203-1235. 7) Lorenzo J, "The So-Called Atlee Broken 'A' Letter Punch," presented at the Coinage of the Americas Conference, October 28, 1995 in New York, New

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 46, No. 4

    1/10/2012

    Highlight: Craig brought up the possibility that Penny-Wise going exclusively digital would spell the end of our editor’s tenure, as Dr. Salyards saw no reason to continue in that capacity should Penny-Wise cease in print. As I stated last issue, from the vast majority of responses from R8 members, an exclusively digital Penny-Wise doesn’t appear to be an option in the future. An online version is already available to ann members in the archives. Perhaps an opt-out option for the print version is viable, but I don’t see the demise of Penny-Wisend for this behind-the-scenes discussion: In an EAC Board Meeting three or four years ago, someone raised the possibility of Penny-Wise going strictly- electronic - creating a kind of ‘print off your ow

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