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Presentations from American Numismatic Association (ANA) conventions.

 

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    World Series Of Numismatics (1993 ANA), Part One 1993

    World Series Of Numismatics (1993 ANA), Part One

    Audio recording of a portion of a preliminary round of the World Series of Numismatics, held at the 1993 American Numismatic Association convention in Baltimore. Teams included are The Scholars, Minerva's Conquerors, Veni Vidi Vici, Baltimore's Best, and Young Numismatists 2. 

    World Series Of Numismatics, NLG Bash (1993 ANA Convention) 1993

    World Series Of Numismatics, NLG Bash (1993 ANA Convention)

    Audio recording of the conclusion of a preliminary round of the World Series of Numismatics, held at the American Numismatic Association (ANA)  convention in Baltimore. Teams succeeding to the next round are Minerva's Conquerors and Veni Vidi Vici.


    Following the World Series of Numismatists (approximately ten minutes into the recording), the audio moves to the reception and opening program of the Numismatic Literary Guild bash (including a kazoo band at 24:20), also held at the ANA convention.

    Audio quality is fair.


    American numismatics: Perception vs. reality (part 1) 1993

    American numismatics: Perception vs. reality (part 1)

    Audio recording of John J. Ford, Jr., speaking at the 1993 ANA convention in Baltimore. Ford comments on Max Mehl, Walter Breen, David Hall and 3rd party grading, coins as investments, silver dollar bags, Harry Forman, and other topics. Audio quality is poor to fair.

    American numismatics: Perception vs. reality (part 2) 1993

    American numismatics: Perception vs. reality (part 2)

    Audio recording of John J. Ford, Jr. at the 1993 ANA convention in Baltimore. Ford comments on William Sheldon, the Major Andre medal at the New-York Historical Society, and rarity v. value in numismatics. Audio quality is poor to fair.

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