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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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    Analysis of Lincoln Cents 1/10/1996

    Analysis of Lincoln Cents

    Almost every coin collector started with the Lincoln cent series. These coins are more than just pocket pieces. They are an intriguing and challenging series with many rarities and varieties. Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): Andrew W. Kimmel.

    Case for Beautifully Toned Coins 1/10/1996

    Case for Beautifully Toned Coins

    Coins with color are an area of controversy. Why do some people collect these coins? Find out the information that every collector needs. Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): C.L. Wyatt.

    Collecting Roman Denarii 1/10/1996

    Collecting Roman Denarii

    Coinage of the Roman Caesars is on of the most popular areas of ancient coin collecting. Learn about the silver denarii and the ways to assemble a great collection.Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): Thomas A. Palmer.

    Medallic Works of Charles Barber 1/10/1996

    Medallic Works of Charles Barber

    Charles Barber designed some of America's most famous coins. Learn about other numismatic works that helped insure this great sculptor's place in history. Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): Lawrence P. Baber.

    ANS Symposium Science of Numismatics 3/27/1996

    ANS Symposium Science of Numismatics

    Arthur Houghton of the American Numismatic Society introduces Harlan Berk, David McDonald, and Robert Leonard who deliver papers on ancient coins. Sponsored by the Chicago Coin Club.

    World's Oldest Living Pioneer 9/15/1996

    World's Oldest Living Pioneer

    Imagine that one man had seen every Gold Rush in America including the Carolina's, California's, the Mormon's and Colorado's. What if he knew about all the gold coins that were issued for each of these historic and romantic times? Learn about these magical eras with the world's "Oldest Living Pioneer, Don Kagin, the first man in the world with a Ph.D. in numismatics. Story telling with slides. Speaker(s): Donald H. Kagin, Ph.D..

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