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David Lisot has been active in numismatic video since the 1980s and has created nearly 2,000 videos.

 

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    1896 "Educational" $5 1/10/2001

    1896 "Educational" $5

    This bill caused a uproar when produced. Speaker(s): John & Nancy Wilson.

    Numismatic Trip through History 1/10/2001

    Numismatic Trip through History

    History told through coins. Speaker(s): Bob Hawes.

    America's 50 State Quarters Series 1/10/2001

    America's 50 State Quarters Series

    This ambitious program launched a new generation of coin collectors. Speaker(s): David L. Ganz.

    It's Only a Token Mistake 1/10/2001

    It's Only a Token Mistake

    Lear about the world of tokens and the interesting stories they tell whether true or not! Speaker(s): Gerald Kochel.

    Good as Gold: Historic $20 Gold Note 1/10/2001

    Good as Gold: Historic $20 Gold Note

    Imagine discovering a bank note in your family's coin and currency collection that could be worth as much as a quarter of a million dollars! That is exactly the tale being told in this amazing lecture. Hear the remarkable story of how this bank note and rare currency collection was discovered, as told by collector, numismatist and businessman David Sundman. Speaker(s): David Sundman.

    Highlights of the 2001 Cherry Pickers Guide to Rare Coin 1/10/2001

    Highlights of the 2001 Cherry Pickers Guide to Rare Coin

    Cherrypicking is the way a numismatist is ultimately rewarded for their knowledge. Speaker(s): J.T. Stanton, Bill Fivaz & Michael Ellis.

    Hot 50 Morgan Dollar Varieties 1/10/2001

    Hot 50 Morgan Dollar Varieties

    Jeff Oxman is one of the most qualified collectors in America to talk about VAM varieties. He has specialized in this series long before it became popular with the silver dollar community. The "Hot 50 Morgans" are some of the most interesting coins to be found in the Van Allen-Mallis series of die errors and varieties. Any dollar collector will find this information useful to enhance their collection. Speaker(s): Jeff Oxman.

    Silver Dollar Market Outlook for 2001 1/10/2001

    Silver Dollar Market Outlook for 2001

    Coin Grader and FUN President Randy Campbell shares what silver dollars should be on your numismatic radar. Speaker(s): Randy Campbell & Al Johnbrier.

    Name that Coin! 1/10/2001

    Name that Coin!

    Well known numismatist Bill Fivaz shows close-up pictures of coins and invites the audiience to guess which coin. Fun and entertaining! Speaker(s): Bill Fivaz and Christopher Ohanian.

    What Coins in Your Collection Can be Worth than You Think 1/10/2001

    What Coins in Your Collection Can be Worth than You Think

    Learn the coins that may be hidden treasures. Speaker(s): Anthony Swiatek.

    Numismatic Winners and Losers for 2001 1/10/2001

    Numismatic Winners and Losers for 2001

    Scott Travers tells what coins may be promising for the next few years. Speaker(s): Scott A. Travers.

    Technical Grading vs. Market Grading 1/10/2001

    Technical Grading vs. Market Grading

    Former ANA president Robert Campbell has years of experience as a collector and dealer in United States coins. His background gives him great insight into the development and contrast of grading a coin from a strictly technical aspect compared to a market perspective. The difference can be shocking to traditional numismatists as well as enlightening to collectors wanting to learn how the market really works. Speaker(s): H. Robert Campbell.

    Field Trip to a Coin Show 3/15/2001

    Field Trip to a Coin Show

    Walk around with Ralph Ross as he takes on a journey through all then things you can see at a coin show. Speaker(s): Ralph Ross.

    ANA Membership Medals 8/20/2001

    ANA Membership Medals

    First directory in 1998 of membership First medal for sale 1955 Metals used: bronze, silver 18K & Coin gold 25 year medal in sliver 50 year medal in gold 60 year medal in electrum, but stopped in 1998, only 94 made membership medal with railroad track design how to tell the originals mintages the different medals Speaker(s): David Sklow.

    ANA World Series of Numismatics 2001 8/20/2001

    ANA World Series of Numismatics 2001

    Back by popular demand! This is the ANA's version of "Jeopardy" and "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" all rolled into one. Join the excitement and compete against the knowledgeable contestants of this numismatic quiz show. Has questions in various fields ranging from U.S. Commens to Byzantine Ancients. A great video for coin clubs. Helps to increase your numismatic expertise. Host: Wendell Wolka.

    Archeological Numismatism and Mystery Coins 8/20/2001

    Archeological Numismatism and Mystery Coins

    A specimen of purported Confederate States' origin is examined in the context of historical data, credible hearsay, anecdote, logical conjecture and learned opinion. - How he got the coin - could it be an unknown quarter silver pattern piece? - Attempts to authenticate without mint records - Going to the FBI - Georgia Historical Society a big help - Mint grade quality - Fantasy coins vs. Fakes or counterfeits - Records vs. Hearsay - Patterns that have been lost - Analysis of the facts - what is probable based on the facts - Lloyd Glover's model - Confederate documents - Dahlonega Mint - Ida Phillips, grand-daughter of the Mint Director - Where to search...archives or Internet? Speaker(s): George Corell.

    Behind the Scenes at the Dahlonega Mint 8/20/2001

    Behind the Scenes at the Dahlonega Mint

    Go "behind the scenes" at the U.S. Branch Mint at Dahlonega, Georgia, through drawings, photographs, charts, mint correspondence from the National Archives, and historical anecdotes uncovered during years of research into this colorful, short-lived branch mint, which produced some of the most avidly collected gold coinage in American Numismatics. - Years of the Mint - Early renderings of the Mint - First original picture of the Mint - Picture and floor plan of the Charlotte Mint - Similarities between Charlotte and Dahlonega Mints - Characters in history: William Strickland, Ignatius Few - Joseph James Singleton, James Cooper, William Grisham, E. M Holland - Robert Hughes Moore, Dr. Mathew Stephenson, Capt. Isaac Todd - The process of how the gold was transformed into coinage - Diagrams and examples of machinery used Speaker(s): Carl Lester & Al Adams.

    Canadian Chartered Bank Notes 8/20/2001

    Canadian Chartered Bank Notes

    An overview of Canada's primary banking system and banks between 1792 and 1943 as shown by its paper money issues. Canadian currency has many similarities to U.S. obsolete banknotes, not surprisingly as many Canadian notes were printed by American Banknote companies. This encompassing video includes a plethora of high quality gorgeous color images of a wide variety of Canadian chartered bank notes, including: - The Early Years (1792 - 1870) issues from four banks: Two in Montreal, one in Toronto and one in Quebec city - Bi-lingual notes - Obsolete Banks - Branch Banks - The "Golden Age" of Chartered Bank Notes (1870 - 1934) - Notes with images of railroads, Indians, trappers, ships, farms, royal crests & portraits - Elaborate backs - Double size notes - Brown and Blue backs - Western Bank Note Company of Chicago - American Bank Note Company - The Final Years (1934 - 1943) - Allegorical notes, similar to U.S. educational series - Other "stuff" to collect Speaker(s): Wendell Wolka.

    Commemorative Medals by Designers 8/20/2001

    Commemorative Medals by Designers

    Many noted sculptors were selected to design coins for the traditional U.S. commemorative series (1892 - 1954). Laura Gardin Fraser, Chester Beach, Hans Schuler and Charles Keck are just a few. These sculptors were often also commissioned to produce commemorative medals - sometimes in conjunction with their coin designs. The talk surveys some of the many high-relief commemorative medals crated by U.S. Commem designers, including: - Charles Keck - designer of VT commend of 1927, Lynchburg of 1936, ex. Of fry's tavern on Battle of Bennington - Hans Schuler, 1874 - 1951 MD Tercentenary, B& O RR medal - Henry Keels 1899 - 1963, CT Tercentenary, AK Centennial, Bridge St. Centennial - Laura Gardin Frasser 1889-1966, 1921 Alabama, 1922 Grant, 1925 FT Vancouver, 1926 Oregon- obverse with her husband, who did the reverse - Anthony de Francisci, Maine - Joan Sinnock 1888-1947, Roosevelt & Franklin Half, 1918 Illinois ubv., 1926 sesquicentennial 1/2 & 2 1/2 Speaker(s): David Provost.

    Counterstamped Stone Mountain Half-Dollars 8/20/2001

    Counterstamped Stone Mountain Half-Dollars

    Stone Mountain half-dollars were struck in 1925. The S.M. Confederate Monumental Association counter-stamped southern state names and serial numbers on some of these coins: however, no records have been found concerning the number of these alterations. Adna has assembled the most complete listing of the known pieces. He tells the story of these coins and how they came to be issued. Clear images of the coins and counter-stamps are included. Some of Mr. Wilde's discoveries are: - The story of Stone Mountain and the carving - The story of the coins, including records of transfers and numbered issue envelops - Some of the famous people who received numbered coins - including the Governors of all the Southern States - "Miss 8" counter-stamps - The mystery of the SL and GL stamp - Texas over-stamps, counterfeit or real? - What a counterfeit looks like - Total number of counter-stamps known - How to authenticate by looking at the stamp itself - What is the highest number on a counter-stamp - UVCs and where do they come from - "N" "K" "T" counter-stamps - What to look for in the type - Results of the most recent auction of counter-stamped Stone Mountain coins Speaker(s): Adna G. Wilde, Jr.

    Crime of 1873: The Comstock Connection 8/20/2001

    Crime of 1873: The Comstock Connection

    Evidence first presented as part of a new book by Bob tells the story of secret payments made to treasury agent, Henry R. Linderman by California banker, from William C. Ralston to secure key provisions of the coinage act of 1873 - the true crime of 1873. The controversial coinage act led to the creation of the U.S. Trade dollar, spawned the free silver movement and was tied to the release of the Morgan silver dollar. This fascinating story includes: - The beginnings at the Democratic convention in Chicago - Explanations of the silver and monetary standards - Bryant's campaign based on the Free Silver movement - Various theories/ myths concerning the crime - 1873 Trade dollar - Lindermann's secret correspondences - Ralston's mysterious death - The financial collapse caused by adherence to the Gold Standard Speaker(s): Robert Van Ryzin.

    Dahlonega's Gold Mines 8/20/2001

    Dahlonega's Gold Mines

    Ms. Amerson focuses on the discovery of gold in North Georgia in 1828 and how the ensuing gold rush impacted the development of the area. She relates colorful stories about some of the historic mines and the miners who worked them. Information includes: - What Dahlonega means - Years of America's Gold Rushes and where they occurred - The story of the first gold discovery at Dahlonega - Other mines and their stories, such as Calhoun Consolidated, Pettycoat, Free Jim, Pidgeon's Roost and Chastity - The different ways gold can be mined - How ore was crushed - The advent of hydraulic mining - The affect of the Civil War on mining - The first hydroelectric plant - Efforts to revive mining in the twentieth century - How Dahlonega gold was used to gild the Georgia state capitol - Information about the museum and the town Speaker(s): Anne Amerson.

    Evolution of Currency in Georgia 8/20/2001

    Evolution of Currency in Georgia

    Georgia began issuing currency in Colonial times. Since then there has been a wealth of coins and bank notes from this southern state. In this video you will see and learn many great stories about the state and the intrigues behind the various issues of money. Speaker(s): Robert Cornely.

    50 State Quarter Program, America's Coins 8/20/2001

    50 State Quarter Program, America's Coins

    Everyone's collecting the state quarters. Here is the scoop describe by David Ganz who was part of the citizen's advisory committee that instigated the program. Find out what it really took to get this program started and what we have to look forward to in the future. Learn more about: - The design development -including funny rejects and designs not chosen - Circulating commemoratives and numismatics how to bring them together - The Citizens advisory committee - Testimonies before congress - The lead characters: Beth Deisher, Harvey Stacks, David Bowers, Bill Gordon and Congressman Castle - The values of the Delaware quarter at different grades - Some great errors, productions runs and the future of errors - How banks can be your best friend - Future designs - Probable 11th year edition including D.C., Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands - Future of the $1 bill Speaker(s): David Ganz.

    Gold Coin Rarities from the Sea 8/20/2001

    Gold Coin Rarities from the Sea

    Rare gold coins recovered from Spanish Galleons, Dutch East Indiamen, and American paddle wheel steamers are discussed. Unlike silver coins that are frequently found in heavily corroded condition, salvaged gold coins are frequently recovered in pristine condition and are numismatically valuable. Speaker(s): Tom Sebring.

    Great Collections of Colonial Paper Money 8/20/2001

    Great Collections of Colonial Paper Money

    What treasures may be hidden in the special collection department of your local library? Mr. Rabinowitz explains how, through the generosity of two premier collectors over 100 years ago, remarkable collections of colonial and continental paper money can be viewed in New York. This look at the lives of the two collectors and how these collections came to their permanent home provides insights into the nature of collecting itself. It includes original photos of some incredible specimens of early American paper money. - 5 volumes of collections, color slides show currency you may have never seen - Rare Treasury notes - Rhode Island notes - interest payable in hemp & flax - Maryland notes, 1748 "new bill" - Plate positions - Continental Congress currency - Interest baring note for lottery winner - Error Seals, blue and sheets - S. Carolina, Mass., Vermont notes and more.... Speaker(s): Mark Rabinowitz.

    History of Stone Mountain & Commem Half Dollar 8/20/2001

    History of Stone Mountain & Commem Half Dollar

    A history of Stone Mountain and the early plans for the commemorative half dollar including the problems with the number minted, selling and distribution. Some information about the different sculptors and chief carver, Roy Faulkner, is included. Mr. Todd, a resident of Stone Mountain, tells the story of the largest monolith in the world beginning with its tempestuous origin 300 million years ago and continuing with: - Its "discovery" and various owners - George Washington's attempts to make peace with the local Indians - The decision to make a memorial - Sculptors who tried to carve it - The half dollar piece - including its different designs - Warren G. Harding and General Lee Jackson - Pricing of the coins - MS- 67 what does a real full grade piece look like Speaker(s): Larry M. Todd.

    Legends of Propaganda on English Hammered 8/20/2001

    Legends of Propaganda on English Hammered

    Heads and tails we know - but the tales told by the legends on coins are often ignored. Yet they can tell us much about life, politics and dreams of the times. Here are insights into 13th - 17th century England. A lively discussion of Biblical quotations, religious invocations, and bodacious bragging on coins and what these legends meant to propagate among the populous and wealthy who handled them. - How to tell which town or city stuck the coin - Bright color slides of hammered coins from the reigns of: - Edward I (1272 - 1307), Edward III (1327-1377), Henry VII (1485-1509) - Henry VIII (1509 - 1547), Edward VI (1547 - 1553), Mary (1553-1554) - Phillip & Mary (1554 - 1558), Elizabeth I (1558 - 1603), James VI (1567-1625) - James I (1603 - 1625), Charles I (1625 - 1649) - The English Commonwealth (1649 - 1660) - Reduction of purity during Henry VIII's reign - The infusion of Silver into England in 1551 - The end of Hammered series coins Speaker(s): Arthur M. Fitts, III.

    Many Ways to Collect Coins 8/20/2001

    Many Ways to Collect Coins

    An Educational video for children and the young collector. Sam Deep, in a fun, warm and friendly manner, speaks with young collectors giving them tips on the best way to collect. He explores the wide breath of items that can be tied together to make a more interesting collection. Some of the areas covered are: - Error coins - Hobo nickels, silver nickels and full steps - Civil war store cards - Advertising and hard times tokens - Franklin half dollars and medals - What to do after you've collected all of a certain coin or collectible? - Exhibiting - Clubs and nuts - Tarnish, toning and patina - Pieces of eight - Chop marks - Ancient coins are good buys and a great deal more Speaker(s): Sam Deep.

    Numismatic History of Georgia, Wealth of Georgia 8/20/2001

    Numismatic History of Georgia, Wealth of Georgia

    Georgia has a numismatic wealth rivaled by few other states. Collectors can pursue colonial currency, obsolete bank notes, the first private gold mint, a United States Mint, Stone Mountain Half Dollars, Federal Reserve and National Bank Notes, Olympic coinage and the 2000 Georgia State quarter. This and more were part of the cultural Olympic display in Atlanta in 1996. In this video Radford Stearns share images and information from an extensive collection, including: - Convention medals - Issued script, including first and second issue (1755 and 1762) - 1762 Coxbur Island one pound - very rare - 1766 one pound, light house notes - First issue of the Provincial Congress - 1776 Sterling issue, blue seal - 1776 2 and 20 Spanish milled dollars - 1776 4$ note, green seal - very rare - Railroad currency - Obsoletes - $10,000 treasury certificates - National Bank notes: Atlanta, Albany and Elberton - Templeton Reid Gold - Stone Mountain collectibles - Tokens and Olympic pins - And more Speaker(s): Radford Stearns.

    Rare Paper Money and Related Items 8/20/2001

    Rare Paper Money and Related Items

    You can collect some very rare items, especially paper collectibles, even on a limited budget. This program covers many of the more affordable and easily obtained issues of paper money and related items and their rarities. Some highlights are: - Rare books on banknotes and vignettes - Playing cards with embossed coins - Treasury notes and warrants - Counterfeits - Deposit slips signed by Andrew Jackson - Proof notes - Postage stamps (used as coins) - Fractional currency, experimental and mimic notes - Advertising notes - Black charter notes - Letters from treasurers - Proof stock certificates - Rare ephemera, script, college currency - 3 dollar bills Speaker(s): John and Nancy Wilson.

    Rare United States Half Dollars 8/20/2001

    Rare United States Half Dollars

    The half dollar series has resulted in numerous varieties since its beginning in 1794. These are featured in slides taken from the NGC Photo Proof archive. Most examples are "finest known." The rarity, history and provenance of each coin will be provided along with stories of rivalries in the mint among the engravers, Linderman, Barber & Morgan. Includes: - 1795 Liberty Half Dollar - 1796 Liberty Half Eagle - GEM MS - 65 - 1797 MS - 66 finest known type, toning and date - 1815 Capped Bust series - Key 0101A MS - 63 (shows overdate 1812) - 1817 Capped Bust (over 4) only seven examples known AU - 50 - 1827 Proof Half Dollar Ellasberg proof - 68 - 1832 Over - 123 - proof - 68 - 1838-0 Half Dollar only twenty proofs made, proof - 64, 1838 seated half Pattern - 1839-0 Capped Bust - 1839 Seated Lib Half Dollar - proof - 1852 Seated - proof 64 - 1853 Seated - Arrows and Rays - 1877 Why so many desirable patterns in this date, also 1878-S MS - 64 - 1892-0 Barber Half Mirror M/M, 1892 Columbian Proof - 1904-S MS-66 Norwed toned, 1916 Patterns of Walking Libs - 1921-S Walker, 1921 Missouri Star, 1926 Oregon Matte Proof - Why demand is more important then supply and many more rare coin images..... Speaker(s): David W. Lange.

    Sacagawea, Face of the New Millennium 8/20/2001

    Sacagawea, Face of the New Millennium

    Join Randy'L Teton, ANA intern, art historian and the model for Sacagawea on the new golden dollar, as she shares her personal experiences of the coin's development. Ms. Teton gives a fascinating intimate history of the young Shasone Indian girl, Sacagawea, from her capture by an hostile Indian tribe to her travels with Lewis and Clark as well as the mystery of her later days. This video includes: - How to CORRECTLY pronounce "Sacagawea" - Sacagawea's story as told through the oral tradition within the Shasone Tribe - The challenges in getting the stories from the Elders of the tribe - Sacagawea's baby as shown on the coin and how she traveled with him - The adventure's of Sacagawea's son, Jean-Baptist - How Randy became involved with the program - Her decision to go public as a Native American personality - The stress of public notoriety - How the decision process for the coin design took place - How the proposed images were voted on over the Internet - How Native American Indians have been misrepresented in history - Recommend books to read for young and old Speaker(s): Randy'L H. Teton.

    Selling on the Internet 8/20/2001

    Selling on the Internet

    Barry Stuppler gives expert advice on the best way to sell your coins, currency and collectibles on the Internet. Whether you just want to realize the best price on Ebay or what to know the details of how to set up a hot website to really move your inventory, this video tells all: - What other websites to study - Duties of a webmaster and the questions to ask - Costs of website creation - Emails and links - How often to change the site and why - How to drive traffic to your site - The importance of learning some HTML - How to select a name and what to include in "about me" - When selling on E-Bay, how to find the correct category - Importance of photographs, bid terms, closing days and times - What equipment you will need to get started Speaker(s): Barry Stuppler.

    Templeton Reid and the Wealth of the South 8/20/2001

    Templeton Reid and the Wealth of the South

    In Georgia, Templeton Reid's private mint operated for just a short time. Only a few specimens of his work exist today, mostly the quarter eagle denominations. This video tells the story of the infamous Templeton Reid and how to recognize and grade his coins, also: - Reid's early life and occupation - The Georgia Gold Rush - Attacks by contemporary journalists - Reid's importance in the history of numismatics and the California Gold Rush - Reid's death and theories of his latter days - Gorgeous color slides of the coins, some in the Smithsonian and from the collections of: Cliff Kagin, Hancock Harbel, Lilly and Duke's Creek - Don't underestimate the grade - What is the difference between "Georgia" gold and "S. Carolina" gold - The best website to view, buy and sell these coins Speaker(s): Bob Harwell.

    To Slab or not to Slab? That is the Question! 8/20/2001

    To Slab or not to Slab? That is the Question!

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of having a coin slabbed? P. Scott Rubins gives a thoughtful lecture with useful information that can save you money and time. Covered in the video are: - How the needs of collectors are different from investors - Slabbing by the designer - Why you may not want to slab some coin series - How slabbing may help maintain a coin's original color - Why population reports may be inaccurate - Resubmitting and the how the grades may vary - Why grading by computer is not practical at this time - Why it is important to learn how to grade - Importance of knowing authenticity - Why slab coins sell well on the Internet Speaker(s): P. Scott Rubin.

    VAMIT!  And Find a Fortune! 8/20/2001

    VAMIT! And Find a Fortune!

    Secrets of successful VAMing will be given in testimonials by leading experts in identifying rare Morgan dollar varieties. However, the art of cherrypicking is not just limited to the pros. The concept of buying the book before the coin and its consequent rewards is discussed by several novice collectors who have not only found rare Morgan dollar varieties, but cashed in on their fortunes. This video will arm you with everything you need to be successful in finding a numismatic fortune. It includes: - Keys to cherrypicking - What makes a coin rare AND desireable - What knowledge do you need? - Types of cherrypicking - Recent success stories - Discussion of R7 and R8 coins varieties - All top 100 Morgans - 1878 Morgan Dollars (8 feather) VAMS - YN Wayne Allain's experience - Alex's 1878 s B1 rev - VAM, 14 - 19 at FUN - VAM 44 - only 3 known in 1982 - 7 or 8 tail feather set - VAM 14-8 Morgan $ with chop marks - Varieties in Lincoln cents - CUDs on a Morgan Dollar - Cherry slab coins - don't overlook them - Which grading service attributes fewer varieties - Where to look to pick your cherries - 1883 - over 2 shield nickels - Cherry picking friends Speaker(s): Michael S. Fey & Jeff Oxman.

    What's It Worth and Will it Upgrade? 8/20/2001

    What's It Worth and Will it Upgrade?

    This crash course answers a variation of the time-tested question... "What's it worth?" Scott covers market cycle phenomena, methods for determining fair market value, population reports and the three keys to value: grade, supply and demand. He discusses: - The economic variables that affect coin prices - The Truth about grading services - How they evaluate coins - What the chances are that a coin will upgrade - Artificial toning - how to spot it - how to tell if the toning is real - Counterfeit grading holders -what to look for so you don't get taken - Opportunities in the "new" rare coin market place - When to crack-out a coin and try for a new grade - Which coins are worth the gamble to resubmit - How to tell if you have a "raw" coin - Safe techniques for cracking out coins - Deal making - how to get the best deal Speaker(s): Scott A. Travers.

    Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Coin Wise? 8/20/2001

    Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Coin Wise?

    Stand aside Alex Treveck, the coin hobby has its own celebrity game show! Based on the successful program of "Who wants to Be a Millionaire?", you will hear and see some of numismatic's well known celebrities answer or attempt to answer questions regarding coins and collecting. Each contestant tries to advance in prize levels using lifelines and audience participation. Guests include John Dale Beety, Eric Li Cheung, Dick Duncan, Ed Reiter, Gar Travis, Ken Yate and more. Lots of fun for coin collectors of all ages. See if you can make it to the millionaire level! Speaker(s): Frank Dolan.

    How to Tell Artificial Toning on Coins 1 9/15/2001

    How to Tell Artificial Toning on Coins 1

    Long time coin expert, collector and past president of the American Numismatic Association, Bob Campbell, tells all about toned coinage. There is much to know about this colorful area of numismatics including: * why coins may have been intentionally toned * what first and second generation toning are * what is air transfer toning and why it happens * why rainbow toning is so desirable and rare * the progression of coloration * why the bags of Morgan dollars produced toned coins * using logic to determine whether toning is authentic * the toning sequence * pricing of toned dollars * examples of genuine toning * other coin series that are likely to be found toned * examples of artificial toning and frosting * take a test to see if you can spot artificial toning Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): H. Robert Campbell.

    How to Tell Artificial Toning on Coins 2 9/15/2001

    How to Tell Artificial Toning on Coins 2

    Long time coin expert, collector and past president of the American Numismatic Association, Bob Campbell, tells all about toned coinage. There is much to know about this colorful area of numismatics including: * why coins may have been intentionally toned * what first and second generation toning are * what is air transfer toning and why it happens * why rainbow toning is so desirable and rare * the progression of coloration * why the bags of Morgan dollars produced toned coins * using logic to determine whether toning is authentic * the toning sequence * pricing of toned dollars * examples of genuine toning * other coin series that are likely to be found toned * examples of artificial toning and frosting * take a test to see if you can spot artificial toning Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): H. Robert Campbell.

    How to Tell Artificial Toning on Coins 9/15/2001

    How to Tell Artificial Toning on Coins

    Long time coin expert, collector and past president of the American Numismatic Association, Bob Campbell, tells all about toned coinage. There is much to know about this colorful area of numismatics including: * why coins may have been intentionally toned * what first and second generation toning are * what is air transfer toning and why it happens * why rainbow toning is so desirable and rare * the progression of coloration * why the bags of Morgan dollars produced toned coins * using logic to determine whether toning is authentic * the toning sequence * pricing of toned dollars * examples of genuine toning * other coin series that are likely to be found toned * examples of artificial toning and frosting * take a test to see if you can spot artificial toning Lecture with slides. Speaker(s): H. Robert Campbell.

    US Silver Commemorative Coins: Shepherd Collection 9/15/2001

    US Silver Commemorative Coins: Shepherd Collection

    Top quality and beautiful toning characterize the 50 commemorative coin types shown in this educational video. Larry Shepherd, collector and businessman, assembled this collection over many years. It was auctioned by Superior Galleries on August 11, 1991 and was described as the finest collection of silver commemorative coins ever seen. The coins are shown full screen and described with a musical background. Speaker(s): Larry Shepherd.

    International Friendship Party 1991 9/15/2001

    International Friendship Party 1991

    Iraj Sayah was famous for his efforts to unify the coin industry. Here is one of his efforts. Speaker(s): Sponsor: Iraj Sayah.

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