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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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    Heritage Auctions: Platinum Night 1/7/2009

    Heritage Auctions: Platinum Night

    Platinum Nite featuring David Queller collection. Heritage auctioneer Leo Frese.

    California Pioneer Fractional Gold 1/10/2009

    California Pioneer Fractional Gold

    Dennis Beasley has researched the pricing and availability of Pioneer gold for some years. His research includes review of auction records and dealer price lists. He now offers this information to the public. In this lecture-only video you will hear: *The three categories of these issues that include Period One from 1852-57, and Period Two 1858-83 and Period Three 1883-1915 *How coins of the last period dated 1883-1915 were actually backdated and struck up until 1983 *The "pinch" system used with gold dust that created a demand for small coinage in San Francisco *Period One from 1852-57 that included coins that were dated and undated and may have actually circulated *Period Two pieces that were collected from their inception *That some were made outside of California *How the letters on the coins are not mintmarks but manufacturer's marks *Zealous Treasury agents that created some of today's rarities *Which pieces are scarce *Ways to learn more and websites that have good information Speaker(s): Dennis Beasley.

    Classic Head Large Cents of 1808-14 1/10/2009

    Classic Head Large Cents of 1808-14

    Pennsylvania numismatist and collector Jerry Kochel analyzes the popular Classic Head Large Cents struck from 1808 to 1814. This short-lived series is a challenge for numismatists and includes some very rare varieties. In this presentation you will see and learn: *The different die combinations determine those varieties *How to tell the three varieties of 1808 *Single variety of 1809 *Five varieties of 1810 including the overdate *Two varieties of 1811 *Different varieties for the 1812 *1813 and the two varieties *How to tell the two varieties of 1814 *Books to help you learn more about these coins Speaker(s): Gerald Kochel.

    Coin Collector's Survival Conference 2009 1/10/2009

    Coin Collector's Survival Conference 2009

    Hear and see the master of consumer protection for coin collectors share his insider's knowledge with a room full of people. You will also hear sound information from James Kingsland of Fox News and Maurice of the Rosen Numismatic Advisory. In this video you will see and learn: *Statement by ANA Executive Director Larry Shepherd *Perspective of the panel members *Keys to rare coin value *Perspective on gold for the long run *Differences in precious metals and rare coins Speaker(s): Scott A. Travers, Maurice Rosen, & James Kingsland.

    Coins to Buy and Coins to Avoid During Economic Hard Times 1/10/2009

    Coins to Buy and Coins to Avoid During Economic Hard Times

    Don Bonser is a coin dealer who has worked for the grading services and been active in the hobby for decades. His market perspective includes working with collectors in most series of United States coins. He has seen past markets go up and down. In this lecture only presentation he shares: *Assessment of the current market *Whether coins are perceived as alternate asset class *Performance of gold bullion and which gold coins to consider *Outlook for platinum and palladium *Which collector coins to consider *How a new issue of Lincoln cent this year may affect values *Importance of problem-free coins *Why come rarities may be good to buy while others are not *Coins to avoid and why *Why premium for some coins should come down *Economics that are causing the current financial situation Speaker(s): Don Bonser.

    Collecting National Bank Notes 1/10/2009

    Collecting National Bank Notes

    Tony Swicer has been president of the Palm Beach Coin Club for 25 years. He has collected many series of coins and currency. In this lecture-only presentation Tony shares how he started collecting notes from Kentucky and learned about National bank notes. His presentation includes: *Different issues of notes issued in America *Why National bank notes were issued *Signatures on these notes and how they were signed *Charter numbers, how many there are and what they mean *The three series of national bank notes *How many banks there were *Books to help you collect and who wrote them *Ways to collect *How notes are priced and graded *How to bid at a currency auction Speaker(s): Tony Swicer.

    Counterfeit US Coins Made in China 1/10/2009

    Counterfeit US Coins Made in China

    Beth Deisher, editor of Coin World, has enlisted the aid of Susan Headley of the New York Times and Dr. Gregory Dubay, a serious collector, to help expose the flood of counterfeit United States coins that are being manufactured in China. These coins are being sold to unwary buyers all over the world. In this presentation you will see and learn: *That the Chinese believe they are not breaking Chinese law *Why the quality of the coins is so good* *How even the experts are being fooled *How to protect yourself buying coins on eBay *Diagnostics for PCGS counterfeit slabs *How you can tell a counterfeit using a magnet, magnifier caliper for measuring diameter and thickness and a scale using a kit assembled by Amos Press Speaker(s): Beth Deisher.

    FUN Convention Highlights 2009 1/10/2009

    FUN Convention Highlights 2009

    Hear and see FUN President, Bob Hurst, give the opening speech to introduce the 2009 Orlando convention. See the usual parade of dignitaries on the podium, the awards given and the ribbon cutting. Then we venture out on the bourse floor where you will meet new PCGS President, Don Willis, ANA Presidential candidate, Clifford Mishler, coin dealers Wayne Herndon and David Gotkin, and large cent collector Dan Holmes. Speaker(s): Bob Hurst, FUN President.

    How to Safely Put Your Money into Coins 1/10/2009

    How to Safely Put Your Money into Coins

    Anthony Swiatek shares his special perspective of what to buy and what not to buy in the coin market. He gives his opinion on ancients to modern issues, what to look for and what to look out for. As usual, his style is very special. Speaker(s): Anthony Swiatek.

    How to Start a World Coin Collection 1/10/2009

    How to Start a World Coin Collection

    Bob Hurst is president of the FUN organization. He spent time in the military and lived overseas where he learned to enjoy the different coins of the world. In this presentation you will see and learn: *What constitutes a "foreign" coin *Why foreign coins are so interesting to collect *Areas of interest to collect *Ways to collect *Definition and examples of thalers, crowns, and minors *Topical coin collecting including space, ships, Olympic, animals *Affordability *Ways to collect ancients both Roman & Greek *Importance of condition *Philosophy of collecting Speaker(s): Bob Hurst.

    Liberty Seated Half Dollars of 1839-91 1/10/2009

    Liberty Seated Half Dollars of 1839-91

    Pennsylvania collector, Bill Cowburn, specializes in collecting the Liberty Seated half dollars series. He explains why the coins are so interesting to collect and why you should not to be intimidated by some of the rare dates. In this video he shares and shows: *Which coins make the best type coin *Motto vs. no motto *Types and 8 subtypes *Why the "arrows & rays" were added in 1853 *How the 'rays' were moved in 1854 The "arrows" that were added again in 1873 to designate another weight change *Differences in lettering and what may have caused it *Repunched dates *Other varieties how to recognize them including cracks, cuds, different sized mintmarks and more Speaker(s): Bill Cowburn.

    NSDR Banquet FUN Convention Orlando 2009 1/10/2009

    NSDR Banquet FUN Convention Orlando 2009

    After a year of serious silver dollar collecting imagine a gathering where folks relax and enjoy themselves. This describes the banquet held by the National Silver Dollar Roundtable for its membership at its annual banquet. Awards are handed out and recognition is given to the people who are integral to the hobby. Host Randy Campbell keeps everyone laughing while they enjoy dinner at a fine steak house. Speaker(s): Randy Campbell, Master of Ceremonies.

    NSDR Silver Dollar Investors Forum: 31st Annual, January 2009 1/10/2009

    NSDR Silver Dollar Investors Forum: 31st Annual, January 2009

    These two long time silver dollar experts have spent decades buying and selling silver dollars. In this regular presentation they share their perspectives of the current market for silver dollars, as well as what pieces they believe will fare well in the future. Speaker(s): Randy Campbell & Al Johnbrier.

    Numismatics in Iraq 1/10/2009

    Numismatics in Iraq

    "Bill Myers is a military surgeon who has served two tours in Iraq. He is an avid coin collector and has assembled an extensive collection of coins and money items from that part of the world. In this presentation you will see and learn: *How collecting POGS that have been issued for different military campaigns *Lenticular images on pogs *Errors on pogs from cutting and printing *Eagle cash used in the PX *Examples of old Iraqi currency including counterfeits and the themes on the money *Current Iraqi currency with exchange of 1300 dinars to the US dollar *Iraqi coinage and tokens *Challenge coins and medals issued by the military *Other currency available in the shops in the local marketplace" Speaker(s): Colonel Bill Myers.

    Peace Dollar VAM's 1/10/2009

    Peace Dollar VAM's

    Dr. Close is one of America's leading Peace dollar variety experts. In this presentation he examines more than 40 elite VAM's for the Peace series including specific examples and close up photography of for what to look. More and more collectors are becoming interested in this challenging series. Dr. Close explains how many of these coins are not known to the general public and many opportunities exist for finding unnoticed rarities. Speaker(s): Dr. David Close.

    SSDC 6th Annual VAM Thing 2009 1/10/2009

    SSDC 6th Annual VAM Thing 2009

    See and enjoy this annual gathering of some of the most serious researchers in all of numismatics. The meeting is also fun filled with lots of information shared and new findings about Morgan and Peace dollars revealed. All the important players are present. If you collect silver dollars you will want to see this! Speaker(s): Ash Harrison & Jeff Oxman.

    FUN Coin Convention 2009 Part 1 of 2 1/31/2009

    FUN Coin Convention 2009 Part 1 of 2

    Unedited footage with convention opening, Includes Bob Hurst, Clifford Mishler, Barry Stuppler, Anthony Swiatek, David Queller, Don Willis, David Gotkin, and Fred Holabird.

    FUN Coin Convention 2009 Part 2 of 2 1/31/2009

    FUN Coin Convention 2009 Part 2 of 2

    More unedited footage with Heritage Auction session, Shawna, Dawn Burbank, Wayne Herndon, Terri Hewitt, Beth Deisher, Dan Holmes.

    Ronald J. Gillio, 50 Years in Numismatics, June 3-5, 2009 2/7/2009

    Ronald J. Gillio, 50 Years in Numismatics, June 3-5, 2009

    Ron Gillio is based in Santa Barbara, California. He wa known as Goldmunzen for his European coin business. He owned the Long Beach Expo. He has worked for Stack's Bowers as a professional numismatist. He has been president of the Professional Numismatists Guild. See in person as he celebrates 50 years in numismatics. Interviewer: David Lisot.

    Randy Bachman Sells His Collection with Heritage 2/21/2009

    Randy Bachman Sells His Collection with Heritage

    Bachman Turner Overdrive guitarist Randy Bachman sells his collection. Speaker: Randy Bachman.

    Heritage Auctions: Platinum Night James O'Neal $10 Indians 4/8/2009

    Heritage Auctions: Platinum Night James O'Neal $10 Indians

    Platinum Nite featuring Jim O'Neal $10 Indians with introducation by Greg Rohan. Heritage auctioneers, Shanda Fry, Sam Foose, and Michael Sadler.

    Antebellum Banking in Cincinnati 4/20/2009

    Antebellum Banking in Cincinnati

    Longtime paper money collector and ANA Governor Wendell Wolka shares the story of early banking in Cincinnati and the bank notes that were issued. In this lecture and Powerpoint presentation he shares: * the history of Ohio * three different eras of banking * early banks including Bank of Cincinnati that failed four different times * why so many banks failed * different denominations * counterfeit detector books to help people and institutions know what notes were being faked * later banks going into the late 1850's Speaker(s): Wendell Wolka.

    Collecting Error Coins 4/20/2009

    Collecting Error Coins

    Learn about the mistakes that can happen to modern issues of coinage from veteran lecturer and collector William Cowburn. See examples of coins that have been broadstruck, double struck, clipped, struck on the wrong planchet, struck with misaligned dies and other ways to make the money amazingly interesting to collectors. .

    CSNS Awards Breakfast 2009 4/20/2009

    CSNS Awards Breakfast 2009

    Central States Numismatic Society prides itself as an organization on the quality of the numismatic exhibits that are shown at the annual convention. Winning an award is a prestigious honor that draws exhibitors from all over the country. See the winners in all the categories as well as a brief business meeting of the CSNS organization. Speaker(s): Patti Finner, CSNS President.

    CSNS Convention Highlights 2009 4/20/2009

    CSNS Convention Highlights 2009

    Highlights from the Central States Numismatic Society Speaker(s): Kevin Foley, CSNS Convention Chairman.

    Evolution of a Collector 4/20/2009

    Evolution of a Collector

    The path of a collector can take many turns. When someone starts collecting they may change over the years to add many different items to their holdings. Hear and see the many changes that veteran collector Bob Fritsch has been through as he has collected over time. Speaker(s): Robert Fritsch.

    Emerging Threat of Counterfeit Coins from China 4/20/2009

    Emerging Threat of Counterfeit Coins from China

    Ron has years of experience in US and world coins. He is founder of CoinFacts website that was purchased by PCGS and continues to work as president of that site. In this important lecture Ron shares: * background of the Chinese economy * why China has become a center for counterfeiting * examples of the minting equipment and dies being used * pictures of coins being faked and phone third party holders Speaker(s): Ron Guth.

    Numismatic Crime Information Center 4/20/2009

    Numismatic Crime Information Center

    Doug's background in law enforcement. * cases on which he has worked * how NCIC was started and developed * why typical law enforcement is hindered in prosecuting numismatic crimes * stories about various cases * benefits and advantages of NCIC Speaker(s): Doug Davis.

    Viet Nam Commemorative Silver Dollar of 1994 4/20/2009

    Viet Nam Commemorative Silver Dollar of 1994

    The tale of the 1994 Viet Nam silver dollar commemorative is a moving story of the creation of the wall and the names of the brave soldiers listed on the wall. In this historical narrative you will learn: * the names of soldiers listed on the coin and the story of how each of them died * about the Viet Nam Memorial Wall and the controversary when it was first built * how the coin was authorized and the designers involved * story of the battle of Ia Drang Valley including actual photos and diagrams * names, pictures and biographies of some of the men who died there * name of the woman whose hand is shown on the coin Speaker(s): Gerald Tebben.

    Heritage Auctions: Platinum Night CSNS Coin Convention 4-30-09, Part 1 of 2 4/30/2009

    Heritage Auctions: Platinum Night CSNS Coin Convention 4-30-09, Part 1 of 2

    Part 1 of 2. Video from Cincinatti during CSNS Convention. Beginning of Platinum Night featuring the Joseph C. Thomas Collection

    Heritage Auctions: Platinum Night CSNS Coin Convention 4-30-09, Part 2 of 2 4/30/2009

    Heritage Auctions: Platinum Night CSNS Coin Convention 4-30-09, Part 2 of 2

    Part 2 of 2. Conclusion of Platinum Night featuring the Joseph C. Thomas Collection. Then David Lioist go on the floor of the convention to interview Leon Hendrickson, Brad Karoleff, Ray Dillard, Jack Huggins, and Ray Lockwood.

    Assembling a 1795 Year Set 5/5/2009

    Assembling a 1795 Year Set

    Collector and EAC member Bill Jones discusses what is involved in collecting the coins of 1795. He explains the background of the economy of the times and that many of the coins from that year were actually struck in other years. Speaker(s): William Jones.

    Colonial American Conder Tokens 5/5/2009

    Colonial American Conder Tokens

    Most people that know about these special copper issues of the late 1700's think they are all of British issue. However many were made and destined for the American shores. Learn about this esoteric and interesting area of collecting from Mark Borckardt, one of the country's great numismatists. Speaker(s): Mark Borckardt.

    Color History of Large Cents 5/5/2009

    Color History of Large Cents

    Just exactly what color is brown? Words used to describe copper coins can be varied and very unusual. John Kraljevich is a well-known researcher, lecturer and cataloguer of early American coins. Hear and see examples of the different shades of copper coins and how people have attempted to describe them. Speaker(s): John Kraljevich.

    Common Sense Guide to Selling Coins on eBay 5/5/2009

    Common Sense Guide to Selling Coins on eBay

    Selling coins on eBay is not as easy you might think. Many pitfalls and difficulties await someone who hopes to market their coins for the best price. Learn what is involved to be the most successful in the cyber world of selling. Speaker(s): Gregory Heim.

    Copper Quotes by Robinson 2009 5/5/2009

    Copper Quotes by Robinson 2009

    It is that time again to hear from one of EAC's most interesting personalities. The man who created CQR explains the theory behind what he has created and the issues being addressed in this current market. Speaker(s): Jack Robinson.

    Cuds on Capped Bust Dimes 5/5/2009

    Cuds on Capped Bust Dimes

    If you collect this series this presentation is for you. See examples and learn how to tell the most important varieties from one of the hobby's most knowledgeable experts. Speaker(s): Brad Karoleff.

    Cuds on Capped Bust Half Dimes 5/5/2009

    Cuds on Capped Bust Half Dimes

    If you collect this series this presentation is for you. See examples and learn how to tell the most important varieties from one of the hobby's most knowledgeable experts. Speaker(s): Glenn Peterson.

    Dan Holmes Reminiscences on His Large Cent Collection 5/5/2009

    Dan Holmes Reminiscences on His Large Cent Collection

    Dan Holmes is the current president of Early American Coppers. He has one of the finest and most complete collections of early US large cents including varieties. Dan has decided to sell his collection later this year due to a medical situation. In this sincere and important moment he reminiscences about his memories and encounters as he built this fabulous collection. Speaker(s): Dan Holmes.

    EAC Highlights and Happenings 2009 5/5/2009

    EAC Highlights and Happenings 2009

    The annual gathering of the most interesting coin collectors takes place again in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky. This annual events brings collectors from all over the country to buy, sell, trade and discuss America's copper coinage struck from the late 1700's to the last issue of large cent in 1857. See what a real EAC "Happening" is like and meet the people who comprise this great area of numismatics. Speaker(s): Drawbridge Convention Center, Ft. Mitchell, KY.

    Early Copper Coin Threat from China 5/5/2009

    Early Copper Coin Threat from China

    There is a serious problem of counterfeit coins that are being created in China. Find out how these coins are entering the market in America, which issues are being produced and how you can protect yourself from these deceptive issues. Presented by the editor of Coin World, Beth Deisher. Speaker(s): Beth Deisher.

    Silver Coins of 1809: During Lincoln's Bicentennial 5/5/2009

    Silver Coins of 1809: During Lincoln's Bicentennial

    Abraham Lincoln was born in 1809 and the silver coinage of that year has some interesting varieties. Learn about these interesting coins from Dr. Glenn Peterson, long time collector of the early silver coins of America. Speaker(s): Glenn Peterson.

    Your Coin Collection and Your Tax Return 5/5/2009

    Your Coin Collection and Your Tax Return

    You have spent years assembling your coin collection. Do you know how to get the best tax advantage when you sell it? Learn the ways the tax law works so you can take advantage of al the legal options available to you to when you decide to sell from long time EAC member and CPA Chuck Heck. You will find that a little planning will go a long way for you and your heirs. Speaker(s): Chuck Heck.

    Long Beach Expo Highlights June 2009 UNEDITED 6/2/2009

    Long Beach Expo Highlights June 2009 UNEDITED

    With Ron Gillio, Kevin Lipton, Jack Beymer, Tom Reynolds, David Hunt, Diane Piret, Shane Downing, and more. Speaker(s): David Lisot, Video Producer.

    Long Beach Expo and the Gold Market 5-29-09 6/2/2009

    Long Beach Expo and the Gold Market 5-29-09

    Numismatic publicist Donn Pearlman interviews gold experts Scott Travers, James Kingsland, Steve Ivy, and Adam Crum. Speaker(s): Donn Pearlman.

    United Future World Currency Presented to ANA 8/7/2009

    United Future World Currency Presented to ANA

    Dr Sandro Sassoli presents an example of United Future World Currency to the American Numismatic Association.

    ANA Board Meeting, Portland, OR, 3/13/09 8/25/2009

    ANA Board Meeting, Portland, OR, 3/13/09

    ANA public Board meeting at Portland Speaker(s): Barry Stuppler, ANA President.

    ANA Candidate's Forum 3/14/09 8/25/2009

    ANA Candidate's Forum 3/14/09

    Joseph E. Boling, Jeff Garrett, Tom Hallenbeck, Alan Herbert, Chet Krause, Clifford Mishler, Walter Ostromecki, Thomas Palmer, Scott Ridinghaus, Jeff Swindler, Michael Turrini, Wendell A. Wolka Speaker(s): Beth Deisher, Moderator.

    ANA Town Hall Meeting, Portland, OR, 3/13/09 8/25/2009

    ANA Town Hall Meeting, Portland, OR, 3/13/09

    Barry Stuppler, ANA President, chairs this meeting Speaker(s): Barry Stuppler & Larry Shepherd.

    Bank Note Security 8/25/2009

    Bank Note Security

    The most rapidly developing area in numismatics today is the changing technology of the bank note system. Keeping currency a secure medium of exchange has always been important. See and handle various types of currency while learning how security techniques have evolved over the centuries to meet this challenge. Speaker(s): Steve Cox.

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