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Kolbe & Fanning to produce special Eric P. Newman Collection catalogues

April 18, 2013 – Kolbe & Fanning Numismatic Booksellers have been selected to produce special edition hardcover catalogues for the series of auction sales of numismatic items selected from the Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society (EPNNES) collection.

'Final' EPNNES Sale 1 Binding.

'Final' EPNNES Sale 1 Binding.

The sales begin with the April 25, 2013 auction of pattern coins being offered by Heritage Auctions. It is expected that a series of at least ten sales will be held during the next few years by various auction firms offering selections from the EPNNES collection.

Each special edition hardcover catalogue will be professionally and attractively bound in uniform style and will be available by advance subscription. Subscribers to the entire series will be able to purchase each special edition catalogue for $95 plus $5 shipping in the United States (customers outside the U.S. will pay $95 plus the actual cost of foreign postage). Customers wishing to purchase only a particular sale will be able to do so for $120 plus postage while supplies are available. It is expected, however, that most of the available catalogues will be reserved for subscribers to the series.

The Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society will receive $25 from the sale of every catalogue to further its philanthropic activities, including the advancement of numismatic scholarship.

Kolbe & Fanning are honored to be participating in this remarkable numismatic happening. The special edition catalogues will be a fitting tribute to an extraordinary collection and an extraordinary man.

To subscribe to the special edition hardcover catalogues of the Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society sales, please visit the Kolbe & Fanning website, where orders may be securely placed by credit card. You may also contact David Fanning to place subscription orders at (614) 414-0855 or via email.

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