Tuesday, I checked in at the hotel, got my key, met one of the other speakers (Mark Benvenuto, an old friend from MSNS), and went straight to the bourse floor. I found the bibliophiles in the back with the club booths and chatted with Joel Orosz, Len Augsburger, and George Kolbe, at the Kolbe & Fanning booth. The NBS booth next to them was staffed by Tom and Pam Harrison. Later in the afternoon, I found Gilman Parsons from Sonoma, California, selling books that cost about as much as house. We talked for a while and he gave me one of his new catalogs. I browsed his show copy and was greatly impressed with the very old and very valuable books. The next day, I found the FedEx office in the hotel lobby and sent it to my ex who is a printing and typography buff. Also on Tueday, I took a US Mint survey and was given one of the new "American Invention" dollar coins. Only by overhearing a conversation did I understand that the Mint was actually selling products. I asked about the dollar coins, but they wanted $34 for a roll of 25 business strikes and I was not motivated. I was impressed by the US Mint's educational outreach. They have the kid markets down pretty good. Later in the floor, I found a dealer selling "Coin Cards" similar to a standard deck, but with images of US coins, so I bought two decks for $1 each. The next day, I attended the morning Sundman Lectures, delivered my talk, enjoyed the Sundman Luncheon, sat in on the afternoon lectures, walked the floor one more time, and then flew home.