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The current NI Bulletin is Volume 53 Nos. 1/2 dated January/February 2018. A sample of the beginning of some of the articles in this NI Bulletin follows:
- Obscure Mints: Zaltbommel, by Robert Ronus, NI #LM139, and Jean Elsen, NI #2775. Zaltbommel, sometimes called just Bommel (and sometimes in English Salt-Bommel), is a town in the province of Gelderland in the Netherlands. It had a mint where coins were struck for the Dukes of...............
- Further Merchant Countermark Records of the Thistle Bank: Reassessment of the Issues, by by Eric C. Hodge. Any contemporary records concerning businesses that issued merchant countermarked dollars are to be valued as an extremely useful and rare tool in helping to unlock the secrets surrounding this 'trading coinage of a remarkable character'.............
- Selection of French Medals: Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, by Fritz Rudolf Kunker GmbH & Co. KG, translated by Alan Luedeking, NI #2282. The husband of Marie Antoinette, Louis XVI, was a ruler with a winning personality but no statesmanlike qualities. Despite intensive reforms with the means of absolutist governance, he could not solve the financial crisis...........
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