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Civil War Educational Forum. This duo dresses in attire and performs musical compositions of the Civil War period. Speakers: David Corbett & James Schranz. Running time: 57:53.
Civil War Educational Forum. The city of Chicago played an important role in the Civil including politically and in the regiments they committed to the Union cause. Speakers: Ted Karamanski, Ph. D.. Running time: 60:27.
Civil War Educational Forum. The Confederate Navy had an exciting role in the Warm Between the States and influenced the Post War Geneva Awards. Speakers: Lawrence Schuffman. Running time: 20:25.
Each year the Central States Numismatic Society honors the best coin and paper money exhibits and people and who perform service to the hobby. Speakers: Ray & Fran Lockwood. Running time: 38:59.
Colonel Joe Boling (retired) brings his expertise for judging numismatic exhibits to encourage people to learn to be judges themselves. Speakers: Joseph Boling. Running time: 118:44.
Chicago Coin Club Program. Story of the first $50 gold slug made in America during the California Gold Rush days. Speakers: Robert Evans. Running time: 45:37.
Civil War Educational Forum. Many things came the state of Illinois during the Civil War including troops and politicians. Learn what else occurred and the many interesting stories. Speakers: Robert I. Girardi. Running time: 57:54.
Civil War Educational Forum. John Wilkes Booth was part a larger conspiracy to kill President Lincoln. All were caught and brought to justice. The story is fascinating. Speakers: Daniel R. Weinberg. Running time: 58:17.
Civil War Educational Forum. Dennis Boggs will make you think you have met the man as he tells Lincoln?s story. Speakers: Dennis Boggs. Running time: 57:20.
Civil War Educational Forum. A prominent Union general was murdered in cold blood by another officer in a famous case of jealousy, umbrage, and intrigue. Speakers: Robert I. Girardi. Running time: 68:54.
1815 was a special year for coin production. Learn the circumstances and see examples. Speakers: William Eckberg. Running time: 42:12.
Many factors go into the grading of early American copper. Find out how the details of the strike influence the ultimate value and desirability of the coin. Speakers: Mark Borckardt. Running time: 51:09.
Members introduce themselves before the convention reports are given and business is discussed. Speakers: William Eckberg, EAC President. Running time: 35:31.
Many people consider the Fugio cent to be the first coin of the United States. Learn the story and see examples of the varieties of this historic issue. Speakers: Pierre Fricke. Running time: 47:18.
Longtime editor tells the story of the print publication of the printed journal of EAC and what the future holds. Speakers: Harry Salyards. Running time: 34:13.
In 2015 a time capsule was discovered in the cornerstone of the Massachusetts State House in Boston put together by Paul Revere and Sam Adams. Hear and see what was in the box. Speakers: John Kraljevich. Running time: 23:06.
Hear the story of Steve Ivy, co-founder of Heritage Auctions, who started in Fort Worth, Texas, and went to create the largest coin and third largest auction house in the world. Speakers: Steve Ivy. Running time: 84:28.
Every collector knows the joys of assembling their collections. This presentation talks about the difficult situations that can occur regarding that collection. Speakers: Lou Alfonso. Running time: 52:03.
Many collectors will never sell their collections during their lifetimes. At some point the spouse or heirs that inherit the collection will bring it to market. This presentation is about preparing for that eventuality. Speakers: Chuck Heck. Running time: 48:07.
A relative of a survivor of Camp Hay, Australia, sheds considerable new insight on the issues of this important Allied camp. The well designed notes were designed by inmates and printed by the local newspaper. Enigmatic scrip was issued as well. New discoveries abound and will be featured. Speakers: Ray & Steve Feller, David Frank. Running time: 49:23.
See the greatest mistakes ever made on national bank note printing plates as well as typesetting errors that will astound you. Some have been discovered, many not. Speakers: Peter Huntoon. Running time: 49:32.
One eBay seller in the English Midlands showered buyers with hundreds of fraudulent and fantasy notes over a three and a half year period, all involving some kind of overprint or rubber stamp on otherwise perfectly good notes. See examples of most and learn how to spot them. Speakers: Joseph Boling. Running time: 57:33.
China overprinted two of its WWII era circulating notes with "For Circulation in Viet Nam" in Chinese characters for use in post-war French Indochina. They were never used, but a few specimens and unissued pieces exist. Instead the Chinese used their Custom Gold Unit notes. The overprinted notes were likely not printed in sufficient quantities whereas the CGU notes were available in quantity. Speakers: Roger Urce & Howard Daniel. Running time: 35:54.
Historically significant, multifaceted CSA bonds are currently undervalued and under promoted as CSA fiscal collectibles. They are intimately related to the better known CSA currency, relatively inexpensive and chock full of discovery potential. Speakers: Henry Simmons Jr.. Running time: 43:36.
Col Green, 1868-1936, inheritor of a vast fortune, spent lavishly on stamps, coins and paper money. Famous for his sheet of 24-cent inverted airmail stamps and five 1913 liberty head nickels, few know him as the source for most of the number 1 Series of 1929 national bank notes that grace our collections. His story is beyond fiction. Discover the origin of his wealth, his impressive accomplishments and the story of the 1929 number one notes. Speakers: Peter Huntoon. Running time: 77:33.
Foods stamps and coupons represent an important niche in American numismatics and they are fast becoming a hot market item now that eBay allows them to be listed. This talk will provide a comprehensive survey this fascinating collectible that is coming on strong. Speakers: Neil Shafer. Running time: 30:32.
Countries are converting to polymer bank notes due to their durability, security, cost-effectiveness and cleanliness. The history and development of polymer bank note technology will be examined along with how different countries, including the US, are experimenting with polymer currency. Speakers: Stane Straus. Running time: 55:56.
All 100,000,000 serials, large or small, were hand-set because serial numbering heads contained only eight numbering wheels. They were a pain in the neck so generally were not printed. Neither the policies that led to their periodic use and discontinuance nor a comprehensive catalog of the classes, series and denominations where they were used has been forthcoming in the numismatic literature. This talk strives to rectify this situation. Speakers: Jamie Yakes. Running time: 23:17.
A fire in 1935 made Series 1900 $10,000 gold certificates available. Usually catalogued as currency, they are cancelled government checks. See and understand how other $5K and $10K issues were used including 1861 Three-Year Civil War notes, non circulating 1872 Currency Certificates of Deposit, Series 1878 USNs, Series 1882 gold notes that were used as money transfer instruments and backing for FRNs, and Series 1888 gold certificates. Speakers: Carlson Chambliss. Running time: 47:12.
Collectors of 1914 FRNs are aware of the different face plate styles so relearn your ABCs and 123s so you can be on top of these issues. The different types evolved over time to facilitate sorting the notes when they came in for redemption. See why. Of course the varieties are spread across the different signature combinations and districts, some fitfully and several rare that are easily overlooked. Speakers: Jamie Yakes. Running time: 30:51.
With permission, Clark put his portrait on the 5c third issue fractional note and has been maligned since. Much information about Clark is false. This presentation will set the record straight and trace his life from birth to death. Speakers: Benny Bolin. Running time: 46:11.
Mark Trout is a veteran numismatic researcher and a frequent numismatic speaker. His program will detail the rise and development of the controversial Susan B. Anthony dollar, the coin he calls "America's Most Unloved Dollar!" Don't miss it! Speakers: Mark Trout. Running time: 35:13.
Mr. Paunicka, an Indiana paper money specialist, will tell those in the audience his detection methodology for detecting doctored pieces of paper money. Don't be fooled by the 'bad guys.' This program is a MUST for those putting together a quality portfolio of U. S. paper money! Speakers: Jeffrey Paunicka. Running time: 51:13.
Florida United Numismatists has may affiliate clubs. Tony Swicer shares the latest news. Speakers: Moderator: Tony Swicer. Running time: 31:11.
Member Sandy Pearl has had a strong interest in numismatic consumer protection for many decades. What deals REALLY ARE too good to be true? Which deals SHOULD ALWAYS be avoided? Sandy Pearl has the answers in this hard-hitting program. Speakers: Sandy Pearl. Running time: 41:18.
Jacksonville researcher Ray Herz will take those in the audience on a tour of the four U. S. Mint sites, Independence Hall, and the homes of Ben Franklin and Betsy Ross (among others) as he discusses the coin, currency and medal tie-ins in the City of Brotherly Love. It's a perfect match of history and numismatics! Speakers: Ray Herz. Running time: 35:51.
Dr. Elliott is an error-variety specialist who has lectured at several FUN conventions. Today he turns his attention to the popular Buffalo Nickel series. You'll be amazed at some of the major varieties in his highly entertaining program! Speakers: Dr. David Elliott. Running time: 55:27.
Tribute was paid to all the people responsible for the first 1715 Fleet Symposium. Almost 100 people attended the banquet and the noted authorities shared their stories about the treasure industry. Speakers: Ben Costello. Running time: 35:30.
This roundtable includes some of the researchers most involved in the history of the 1715 Fleet. Hear and see what new information has been uncovered. Speakers: Phil Flemming with Dr. John DeBry, Gene Lyon, & Jorge Proctor. Running time: 51:34.
There was a French vessel that set sail at the same time as the 1715 Spanish Fleet. It returned to Europe in spite of the storm. Hear the new research of Dr. DeBry and his conclusions about the significance of this other ship. Speakers: Dr. John De Bry. Running time: 62:18.
Jorge Procter presents his massive body of research about the coin assayers at the time of the Spaniards in the New World in the early 1700?s. His conclusions will entertain and provoke any fellow person interested in this history if this time period. Speakers: Jorge Proctor. Running time: 46:38.
John Brandon tells his story of his decades long involvement with the 1715 Fleet treasure recovery. He shows examples of treasure he has found and talks about how the research has changed and new science is at work. Speakers: John Brandon. Running time: 67:40.
Daniel has the most successful auction to the sale of treasure coins and artifacts. He talks about and shows examples treasure and it impact on the market. Speakers: Daniel Sedwick. Running time: 40:47.
This scholarly presentation shows and tells you how to read the coins of the era and teaches the significance of each one. Speakers: Ernest Richards. Running time: 59:48.
Robert Westrick tells his story of being involved with the 1715 Treasure Fleet, discoveries he has made and changes in the science and technology. Speakers: Robert Westrick. Running time: 56:30.
The state of Florida is entitled to a share of any treasure and artifacts found within its territorial waters. Catherine Sincich shares what it is like to be involved in the preservation and archiving of the State of Florida Collection of Treasure. Speakers: Catherine Sincich. Running time: 58:31.
Imagine working for the state of Florida during the heyday of treasure finds in the 1960?s and 1970. Hear from two officers who did and what it was like to see some many artifacts. Speakers: Moderator: Ben Costello, Thomas Gore & William Diez. Running time: 21:48.
Robert Evans is most known as chief scientist for the exploration of the SS Central America that went down in a hurricane in 1857.He talks about the changes in technology and how many more possibilities exist to assist treasure hunters. Speakers: Robert Evans. Running time: 67:20.
The world was a different place in the 1700?s. Dr.Walton talks about the nations and politics that shaped the global economies and how the loss of the 1715 Fleet affected history. Speakers: Dr. Timothy R. Walton. Running time: 61:43.