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Re: Griffin Legacy?

It is in the cross-referencing work that much efficiency would have been gained if Mr. Griffin research material would have been documented (with pictures). A picture is worth a 1000 word.

My feeling is that we kissed away goodbye a lot of hard gained numismatic information when the research material went on sale thus not accessible anymore.

On the lighter side, as the resident expert on Griffin, you cannot retire until the new numbering system is up and running.

Grav, 4/18/2011
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