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The Flipside with Robert R. Van Ryzin

Back From the Exhibit
February 21, 2008



I'm back from my trip to Minneapolis and the opening of the Anders Zorn (see prior posting for details) at the Swedish American Institute.

It was fun, and I was able to snap shots that will come in handy in the future. Among Zorn's subjects, which ranged from common folk to U.S. presidents, was Augustus Saint-Gaudens.

Saint-Gaudens designed the gold $10s and $20s that circulated in the United States in the early part of the 20th century. Shown here is detail from one of Zorn's etchings of Saint-Gaudens that is currently on exhibit.



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About the Author
Robert R. Van Ryzin has been a coin collector for 30 years. He has served as editor of Krause Publications Coins and Coin Prices magazines since 1994. He joined the firm in 1986 after obtaining a master of fine arts degree in history from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Prior to becoming a magazine editor, he worked on World Coin News as a staff member and later served as managing editor of Numismatic News. Van Ryzin, whose specialty is U.S. coinage history, is also the award-winning author of the book Crime of 1873: The Comstock Connection (Krause Publications, 2001), as well as two earlier titles, Twisted Tails: Sifted Fact, Fantasy and Fiction from U.S. Coin History (Krause Publications, 1995) and Striking Impressions: A Visual Guide to Collecting U.S. Coins (Krause Publications, 1992).

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