2023 Maass Grant Recipient Announced

2023 Maass Research Grant Recipient Announced Maxwell Pingeon - 2023 Maass Research Grant Recipient Maxwell Pingeon, a PhD student in the department of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia was named the 2023 Maass research grant recipient according to Dr. Elizabeth Dow, chairman of the Scholarship Committee [...]

2023-03-17T14:15:46-04:00March 17, 2023|News, Scholarship Activities|

Mary, Queen of Scots letters decoded

Mary, Queen of Scots In another exciting breakthrough, a team of code breakers have cracked secret coded messages in letters written by Mary, Queen of Scots. Afraid of her cousin's popularity, Queen Elizabeth I held Mary in prison for 19 years. Experts say this is the most significant discovery about [...]

2023-03-07T14:09:17-05:00March 7, 2023|Articles, News|

Autographs and Manuscripts: A Collector’s Manual

Autographs and Manuscripts: A Collector’s Manual Edmund Berkley, Jr. Editor Herbert E. Klinghofer and Kenneth W. Rendell, Co-editors (New York) Charles Scribner’s Sons, (1978) xviii, 565 pages [including, Bibliography, Notes on Contributors, Glossary, and Index] ISBN: 0-684-15622-9 Cloth, Dust Cover [new] This classic manual now out of print is once [...]

2023-03-07T12:33:16-05:00March 7, 2023|Collectors Corner, News|

Oldest Runestone Found in Norway

When we think of recording history our thoughts first go to papyrus, vellum, and cotton paper. Items that most collectors desire. But along with these forms, men and women have desired to record his or her existence. Runes are the characters in several Germanic alphabets that were used in northern [...]

2023-01-20T14:23:33-05:00January 20, 2023|News|
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