David Lisot Video Library
David Lisot (1953-2022) was active in numismatic video since the 1980s and created over 2,000 titles.
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Large cent specialist Denis Loring talks about his favorite are of collecting.
National Silver Breakfast. Speaker(s): Officers and members.
Video presentation delivered by John Page.
At the New York Metropolitan Coin Show David Lisot talks to JJ Van Grover and a devoted about what coin collecting really means.
Footage from Florida United Numismatists Convention from 1991. Includes Robert Campbell, Cindy Grellman (Wibker), Anthony Swiatek, David Sundman, Elizabeth Lisot, Vernon "Ozzie" Oswald, astronauts and more.
Reports on coin auctions, new issues, scams, numismatic conventions including Luis Vigdor, ICTA, Jeff Zarit, Burnett Anderson, Steve Album, John Amagoalik, Donna Pope, Phoebe Morse, Jeff Kohn.
Hy Brown was called "Mr. Commem" long before anyone else. He has been involved in coins since 1936 and has known almost everyone in the business. Hear tales of the early days in this candid interview. Interviewer: David Lisot.
Interviewed by David Lisot.
David Lisot interviews Dean Oaks.
Reports on coin auctions, new issues, scams, numismatic conventions including Diane Wolfe, Michael Mansley, Iraj Sayah, Friendship Party, Michael Francis, Donn Pearlman, Phoebe Morse, Jeff Kohn, Todd Parker, California Gold, Tien Amin coin.
David Lisot reports on coin industry news including story of the donation of the 1913 nickel to the ANA, limited partnerships, third party grading, Birtish Royal Mint, and American Numismatic Exchange.
Reports on coin auctions, new issues, scams, numismatic conventions including the New York Coin Show Silvano DiGenova, Wayne Pratali, Gerald Bauman, Arnold Saslow, the T&G Index, Luis Vigdor, Donna Pope.
The effort to have computer coin grading done by Professional Coin Grading Service is unveiled with interviews with David Hall, Hugh Sconyers, and Richard Schwary.
Reports on coin auctions, new issues, scams, numismatic conventions including Jimmy Hayes, Michael Haynes, Iraj Sayah buys King of Siam Set, Wayne Gretsky, Wayne Angell, Jeff Zarit, Robert Higgins, difference in grading services.
This set of coins sold for more than one million dollars. See the actual sale and the people and the people involved. Speaker: Superior Auctions.
Kuwait is a young country with a series of collectible banknotes. Speaker: Armen Youssefi.
Reports on coin auctions, new issues, scams, numismatic conventions including Steve Album, David Gotkin.
Willibald Kranister describes the making of international money making. Speaker(s): Willibald Kranister.
The annexation of the South African state, Transvaal, by Great Britain caused the ?rst Anglo-Boer War of 1880-1881. The Boers won and the Pretoria Convention of 1881 restored full independence to the territory. The discovery of gold at Barerton in 1883, and three years later at Witwatersrand, caused the usual in?ux of population. Trade and internal commercial activity expanded overnight, leading to the cry for local coinage. President Kruger, recognizing the need, granted a banking concession to the National Bank of the South Africa Republic, imposing on its concessionaires the obligation to establish a mint. This presentation focuses on the coins produced by this republic from 1892 to 1902 when it fell to the British via the 2nd Anglo-Boer War. Lecture & slides. Speaker(s): Al Baber.
John Jay was the consummate numismatist. Hear him talk about his passion for Canadian coins. Speaker: John Jay Pittman.
Experts talk silver dollars; Bruce Amspacher, Randy Campbell & Leon Hendrickson. Moderator: John Highfill.
Experts talk silver dollars; Bruce Amspacher, Randy Campbell & Leon Hendrickson. Moderator: John Highfill, Bruce Amspacher, Randy Campbell & Leon Hendrickson.
Do you sometimes wonder how other speakers communicate in such a logical, persuasive and entertaining fashion? Do you have a personal collection or numismatic research you'd like to turn into an interesting educational presentation? Do you want to reduce your fear of audiences? Would you like to speak at a seminar like a Numismatic Theater? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this presentation is for you. Sam Deep, a management trainer and numismatist, has distilled, expressly for the Numismatic Theater, what is normally a one-day public speaking program into the most essential principles of successful numismatic presentations. Speaker(s): Sam Deep.
A very specialty area of numismatics. Speaker(s): Larry Korchnak.
Robert Hoge, ANA Museum curator, presents a brief discussion of the AAM/ICOM International Partnerships Among Museums program. Slides of museums and historical mint cities of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, including the National Museum of Pakistan (Karoclin) and the museum collections of Lahore, Peshawar, Taxila, and Swat, are shown. Mr. Hoge reviews selected series and specimens in the numismatic collections. Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): Robert W. Hoge.
In January 1989 three 1927 five-cent pieces were purchased at a coin show. All three turned out to be specimen coins, perhaps proofs. All three were sold to coin dealers who still own the pieces. The significance of these coins is that no proofs of regular issues were struck officially between 1916 and 1936. After examining all three coins, the speaker also concurs that these pieces were specially struck proofs. Walter Breen examined one piece and called it a proof. The purpose of this talk is to examine all known physical and documentary evidence regarding these coins. Speaker(s): Mark Van Winkle.
Margo Russell talks about the collection of coins at the American Numismatic Society. Speaker(s): Margo Russell.
Some German coins and medals were made out of porcelain. Find out how and why. Speaker(s): Irene Alexander.
Since 1964 when Leonard J. Ratzman's article, "The Buffalo Nickel, a 50-Year-Old Mystery," appeared in the Whitman Numismatic Journal supporting Chief John Big Tree, a Seneca Indian, as one of the three models of the obverse of James Earle Fraser's Indian Head nickel design, numismatic writers and collectors have been misled. Bob Van Ryzin shows that, when Fraser ?nally recalled the name of the third model, he named Chief Adoeette, a Kiowa, whose name translates as "Big Tree." He also discusses Chief Two Guns White Calf, a Blackfoot, who, in the late 1920's and early 1930's, was thought to have been the third model as well as other interesting stories. Speaker(s): Robert Van Ryzin.
Michael Haynes managed auctions for Heritage Rare Coin and speaks about coin auctions from the buyer's viewpoint. He discusses examination of lots through the mail, in person and by catalog. He talks about the importance of sources and experience in the evaluation process. He presents bidding techniques both on the ?oor and through the mail, and what buyer should do after a sale is completed. Lecture and overhead projector. Speaker(s): Michael R. Haynes.
Barry Cutler, Director of the Consumer Protection Division of the Federal Trade Commission, and Phoebe Morse, Regional Director of the Boston FTC, are joined by Luis Vigdor, executive director of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA), and Harvey Stack, president, Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG) and president of Stack's of New York. ANA President Ken Hallenbeck moderates the debate. Speaker(s): Barry Cutler, Phoebe Morse, Luis Vigdor, Harvey Stack, Ken Hallenbeck.
Throughout the centuries, inflation has destroyed currencies and caused the disappearance of many coins, from the Byzantine follic to the Carolingian silver penny. Mr. Kleeberg, curator of modern coins and currency for the American Numismatic Society (ANS), surveys the field of modern coinage (i.e., post-1552), showing how coins and paper money re?ect the great inflations of the period, including: the German "Kipper and Wipperzeit" of 1619-1623; the inflation during the Seven Years Wars under Frederick the Great; the inflation in North America under the Continental Currency; the assignats in France; the troubles with paper money in the 19th-century Austria; and the hyperinflations in Germany in 1923 and in Hungary in 1946. Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): John M. Kleeberg.
Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson (1758-1805) was tragic the hero of Trafalgar and a legend in his own time. A brilliant naval tactician and a true leader of men, Nelson weathered personal and physical misfortune. This slide presentation illustrates his triumphs at sea and his memorial in death, as rendered medallically by sculptors of his day and ours. Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): Arthur M. Fitts III.
With the disintegration of the Great Mughal Empire in India during the 18th century, various princelings, provincial governors and local chiefs assumed hegemony over their territories. The British permitted these "Native Princes" to retain their various titles. These princes created a bewildering variety of medals, decorations and badges to award allies, family members and subordinates for loyalty or faithful service. Noted researcher of Indian numismatics, William Spengler, sheds some light on this basically uncatalogued realm in this fascinating talk. Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): William F. Spengler.
Eric Newman, one of the great numismatic scholars, educators and collectors of our time, presents the development of coin scales and inventions that are designed to enable the American people to determine whether a coin is genuine or counterfeit. Lecture presentation with slides. Speaker(s): Eric P. Newman.
Utilizing visual aids as well as actual genuine and counterfeit ancient coins, Mr. Kroh instills collectors (and dealers) with confidence in their goals by familiarizing them with the characteristics of both genuine and false coins. Various books and publications on detecting counterfeits are displayed and discussed. A question-and answer session follows. Lecture presentation only with samples. Speaker(s): Dennis Kroh.
Bob Robbins, an ex-history teacher, tells the story of ancient times through coins with plenty of anecdotes about the famous personalities that appear on ancient coins. This lecture with slides is both educational and entertaining, and is designed for the beginning collector and experienced collector who has not yet gotten into ancient coins. Speaker(s): Bob Robbins.
Many times in U. S. history has the American public said "no" to any change in coinage. Introduction of a new denomination, medal or artistic style has received negative reviews from the public, like the Susan B. Anthony dollar, introduced in 1979. This attitude concerning coinage was not a novel one. Almost two hundred years before, there had been protests about the first Mint designs. Likewise, in the mid-19th century, cartoons lambasted the innovations of Mint Engraver James B. Longacre. Almost every change has caused waves of some sort. Such reactions are discussed in light of the history and taste of the time which formulates such perceptions and molds public opinion. Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): Cory Gillilland.
This is an interesting discourse on the charms and amulets of the Orient. Many problems are brought to light. Centuries-old China has produced a myriad of numismatic items that fail to offer any explanation to the Western world. This leads to confusion and a lack of interest in what can be a spellbinding area of our hobby. Join Ray in a journey about what the late Arthur Braddan Coole categorized as "Fu Lu." It leaves you with more questions than answers, but may open a new and fascinating door for your collecting interest. Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): Ray Mah.
The world of bank note collecting is filled with colorful paper money and with tales of intrigue. Hear the stories of some of the most interesting bank notes in the world including Japanese occupation money, the fall of the Shah of Iran, Idi Amin of Uganda, and many more! Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): Yasha Beresiner.
The man considered by many to be a genius in the world of numismatics answers questions posed by an audience of coin collectors. Hear and see one of the coin hobby's most intriguing and controversial characters. Lecture only. Speaker(s): Walter Breen.
Jim Stoutjesdyk, winner of over 25 awards for numismatic exhibits and 1987's Outstanding YN of the Year, presents a seminar on the technical aspects of creating an award-winning exhibit. Speaker(s): Jim Stoutjesdyk.
Zedell Jackson owns and operates a museum for error coins in Walla Walla, Washington. He shows highlights from the museum and explains how error coins can occur during the minting process. Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): Zedell Jackson, Sr.
Robert Hoge, ANA Museum curator, presents a program that focuses upon interpreting ancient Roman coins through their inscriptions. It includes discussions of historical chronology; portraits and types; mints and mint markings; pertinent Latin grammatical structures; governmental offices and titulature; denominational systems and economics; and the use of major reference works. Lecture with slides and diagrams. Speaker(s): Robert W. Hoge.
John Jay was the consummate numismatist. Hear him talk about his passion for Canadian coins. Speaker(s): John Jay Pittman.
The first Coin Industry Symposium was held on August 24, 1990 in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by Iraj Sayah of Teletrade coin industry leaders presented their views on the numismatic market. Moderated by David Lisot speakers included Donna Pope, US Mint, Robert Leuver, American Numismatic Association, Luis Vigdor, Industry Council for Tangible Assets, Richard Schwary, Professional Numismatists Guild, Ned Fenton, Safra Bank.
The first Coin Industry Symposium was held on August 24, 1990 in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by Iraj Sayah of Teletrade coin industry leaders presented their views on the numismatic market. Moderated by David Lisot speakers included John Sack, Lehman Brothers, Barry Cutler, Federal Trade Commission, Robert Korver, Coin Dealer Newsletter, Beth Deisher, Coin World, James Blanchard, Blanchard & Co., Mark Salzberg, Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, David Hall, Professional Coin Grading Service, John Schneider, Ameircan Numismatic Exchange.
The first Coin Industry Symposium was held on August 24, 1990 in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by Iraj Sayah of Teletrade coin industry leaders presented their views on the numismatic market. Moderated by David Lisot speakers included Tom Noe, Certified Coin Exchange, Monir Torabi, Unitrade.
The first Coin Industry Symposium was held on August 24, 1990 in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by Iraj Sayah of Teletrade coin industry leaders presented their views on the numismatic market. Moderated by David Lisot speakers answer questions from the audience.
"Everyone's Favorite Pirate" Carl Fismer shares the excitement of diving for sunken treasure. He shows examples of coins, muskets, silver bars, pottery, gold chains and more that he has recovered from the ocean bottom. Learn about the romantic world of treasure from an expert, delivered at the Los Angeles Adventurers Club. Lecture with slides. Speaker: Carl Fismer.