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  1. The 1907 Double Eagle ($20 Gold Piece) designed by famed sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens is one of the most beautiful American coins ever made - it is distinctive by its Roman Numeral date, and its beauty speaks for itself. "What Makes This 1907 Saint-Gaudens High Relief, Gold Double Eagle High-End?" by Steve Roach on coinworld.com
  2. Many people don't realize "The Singing Cowboy" was in professional rodeo, played some type of professional baseball, and was the owner of the California Angels from 1961 until 1997 (!) Here's Gene Autry on "What's My Line?" in 1953: This post is dedicated to Robert Power (1927-2017), father of DIShGo.
  3. I'm sure many of you are familiar with lileks.com, but for those who haven't seen the analysis of the works of Art Frahm: At least this is somewhat related to food. You know the Quaker guy on the oatmeal and the Coppertone girl? Art did that.
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