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The NI Bulletin Editorial Staff stresses the “something for everyone” concept by trying to have each bulletin content cover a wide variety of numismatic subjects. All articles in the NI Bulletin are donated by members or are reprinted from previous works.
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The current NI Bulletin is Volume 53 Nos. 9/10 dated September/October 2018. A sample of the beginning of some of the articles in this NI Bulletin follows:
- The 1630 Redondo of Potosi, by Cayon Subastas NI #2747. Around 1629 a quantity of one million pesos in 8 reales was coined in the mint of Potosi. By mid-century annual production coming out of the mint of Potosi exceeded two million six hundred thousand coins in all of the silver denominations .............
- The Royal Misnomer for Spanish American Cobs, by Herman Blanton, NI #LM115. In the numismatic genre of Spanish American cob coins one of the most persistent misnomers is the term "Royal" when used to describe the specially prepared round coins. Even though this subject has been addressed by .........
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