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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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 to compete from all over the country. See the winners in all the categories as well as the installation of officers of the CSNS organization. Speaker(s): Fran Lockwood.
Hear why folks appreciate the paper money show in Memphis. Interviewer: David Lisot.
Hear from paper money's most important dealers how best collect banknotes. Interviewer: David Lisot.
Tom shares some of the interesting areas of collecting food stamps. Speaker(s): Tom Conklin.
This is the first year that Lyn Knight purchased the Memphis Paper Money Show. Doug Davis talks about this year's convention. Speaker(s): Doug Davis.
The author of a new book, "World Paper Money Errors", talks about his new publication. Speaker(s): Morland Fisher.
Longtime paper money dealer and auctioneer is the new owner of the International Paper Money Show held in Memphis. He talks about the experience. Speaker(s): Lyn Knight.
Dealers talk about the paper money market. Interviewer: David Lisot.
New management brings about changes. Interviewer: David Lisot.
People came to the Memphis Paper Money Show for many reasons. Interviewer: David Lisot.
Coin market news. Speaker(s): Win Calender.
Coin Dealer Newsletter share his opinions about the market. Speaker(s): Shane Downing.
Long Beach Show manager talks about the show and market. Speaker(s): Ron Gillio.
Ron Gillio shares about dealer Robert Johnson. Speaker(s): Ron Gillio.
Longtime coin dealer David Hunt talks about his new postion with Century Coin. Speaker(s): David Hunt.
Chris McCawley talks about market for EAC. Speaker(s): Chris McCawley.
Interviewer: David Lisot Speaker(s): Alex Shagin.
Barry Stuppler talks about the new political action committee created to help the numismatic industry. Speaker(s): Barry Stuppler.
PCGS President Don Willis talks about the coin market. Speaker(s): Don Willis.
Part 1 of 2. Introduction by Greg Rohan, president, Heritage and auctioneers Robert Merrill, Sam Foose, Michael Sadler. Interview by David Lisot with Jay Brahin about selling his collection of $20 gold coins with Heritage.
Part 2 of 2. Continuation of Platinum Nite. Includes sale of 1913 Nickel for $3.73 million and interview with Sam Foose, Greg Rohan, and Don Kagin.
This is the story of the creation of small-sized paper money and the changes to it to help combat the effects of the Great Depression. Learn which issues are scarce, why they were issued and how many were made. You will also learn which issues were proposed but never printed or released. Finally you will hear comparisons between the Roosevelt administration and the Obama Administration and how they deal with a monetary crisis. 1/9/10. Speaker(s): Peter Huntoon.
Pennsylvania numismatist Bill Cowburn discusses the gold issues of this scarce medallic series and why they may be underrated.
In this video presentation with PowerPoint you will learn:
* History of the laws affecting ownership of gold
* Legislation of 1978 that authorized these issues
* Examples of people honored in this series including Grant Wood, Marion Anderson, Mark Twain, Will Cather, Louis Armstrong, Frank Lloyd Wright, Robert Frost, Alexander Calder, Helen Hayes, and John Steinbeck
* Original mintages of each and how many were melted
* How the medal design evolved over the years to make it look more like a coin
* Changes in the metal content
* Difficulties in ordering and the final net mintages Speaker: William Cowburn.
Cliff Mishler as current president of the American Numismatic Association shares the goals and achievements of the organization.
In this lecture only presentation Cliff shares about:
* Need for cooperation between collectors and dealers
* ANA has a balanced budget
* Success of the ANA Summer Seminar
* Changes at the conventions
* Conclusion of lawsuits
* Changes for the Numismatist magazine and ANA website
* Other developments including questions and answers fro the audience Speaker: Clifford Mishler, ANA President .
Indiana numismatist Bill Bierly discusses the transitional issues of the 1860's including 2-cent pieces, quarters, half dollars and gold patterns.
In the video with overhead projector presentation you will learn:
* The story of Reverend Watkinson, the minister who sent a letter to Secretary of the Treasury Salmon Chase that God was not on the coinage
* Issues about divinity in the Constitutions of the North and the South.
* Examples and mintages of coins produced with and without the motto along with variations of the placement of the date, metals and the different denominations created
* Various mottos considered and how the final motto was selected
Speaker: Bill Bierly.
The 55th Annual Florida United Numismatists Coin Convention was held in Orlando, Florida. Although the general economy is in the throes of a recession the coin market had many surprises.
See and hear the issues of the day that include:
* Sale of million dollar coins at the Heritage Auction
* News from NGC
* Dealer comments
Speaker: Bill Hurst, FUN President.
Bart Bartanowicz is a collector with a genuine passion for collecting gold coins. He shares his love of this short-lived series with all the information needed to from a complete collection.
In this video with PowerPoint presentation you will learn about:
* Designer Bela Lyon Pratt and his conflicts with Chief Mint Engravers Charles Barber
* Description of the new coin design
* Most probable model for the coin, Sioux Chief Hollow Horn Bear
* Mintages and how the coins are graded
* Considerations to look for when picking your coins
* Strategies how to buy and to build a set
Speaker: Bart Bartanowicz.
Dennis opened his first coin store in 1969 and been a collector for more than 50 years. During that time he has had his share of adventures and great coin stories. Hear and learn about the hobby from this "oldmistmatist" some great tales as well a good advice about how to collect. Speaker: Dennis Beasley.
The annual gathering at the Florida United Numismatists Convention attracts silver dollar collectors and dealers from all over the country. Randy Campbell hosts this gala event where fellow numismatists wine and dine together as awards are bestowed on the hobby's chosen ones. Randy Campbell, Master of Ceremonies.
Hear from two of the numismatic hobby's most well known professionals suggest their picks for silver dollars to own for prestige and appreciation. Both of these gentlemen are former presidents of the National Silver Dollar Roundtable and favorites on the national lecture circuit. Speakers: Al Johnbrier & Randy Campbell.
The annual gathering of VAM fanatics continues to grow to record numbers. See and learn as the new discoveries about Morgan and Peace dollars are shared to help collectors expand their collections. Club business is conducted and awards are given. Speakers: Ash Harrison, John Roberts, John Baumgart, Crae Morton.
Jacksonville numismatist and researcher Ray Herz is a regular speaker at coin conventions. He has shared information about various series of coins. In this presentation he discusses the Jefferson nickel series.
In this video with PowerPoint you will learn about:
* Life of designer Felix Schlag
* Which points on the coin are subject to wear
* Why some years are so scarce with full steps
* Silver wartime issues and why they were struck
* How the die hubs evolved and why
* The Westward Journey series with new obverses and reverses
* Meaning of "full steps" and when they became easy to find
Speaker: Ray Herz.
Former ANACS grader Don Bonser is a prominent Florida dealer and frequent numismatic speaker. He shares his picks for the best ten copper coins to own of these popular series.
In this lecture only video presentation you will learn:
* Concepts on grading and what to look for in terms of color and spots
* Specific dates and grades of Indian cents to buy including Flying Eagles
* Why some coins are better values in a different grades
* Which Lincolns are good to own
Speaker: Don Bonser.
Mr. Neff is an avid researcher of error-variety coinage. He discusses a new phenomenon of die variety that can be found on modern coinage. These issues are somewhat controversial and sure to be of interest to collectors.
In this PowerPoint video presentation you will learn about:
* Examples of the original cents found in the 1990's that had wavy steps lines
* How they were originally called double dies and who first called it "trail dies"
* Explanation of 'Single Squeeze Hubbing'
* Other coins affecting by Trails
* Ideas how trail dies occur and that it still remains a mystery
* The website created to gather information about this newly discovered phenomena
Speaker: B.J. Neff.
David Hughes with a 1920-S $20 St Gaudens. Then shots of gold panning and the spider press.
The Long Beach Expo is held three times a year. The gathering included the "Ship of Gold" as well as a $50 drop in the bullion price of gold going into the convention. Hear commentary from the experts and see the gold of the SS Central America including:
* Ron Gillio, Long Beach Expo Chairman
* SS Central America and Ship of Gold Display, Adam Crum, Vice President, Monaco Rare Coins
* Coin Market and News from PCGS, David Hall
* Market Activity, David Hunt, Certified Assets Management, Inc.
* Market for Modern Chinese Coins, William Graessle, PandaAmerica
* Market Activity and Outlook for Gold, Patrick Heller, Owner, Liberty Coin Shop
* Coin Market Activity, Brett Sadovnick, Coin Dealer, Tucson, AZ
* Collector Market Activity, Dan & Julie Clark, Collectors, Couer 'd Alene, ID
Speaker(s): Interviewer: David Lisot.
David Hunt of Certified Assets Management talks about the coin market at Long Beach. Speaker: David Hunt.
David Lisot of CoinTelevision.com talks with Clyde Hubbard, James P. Bevill, Gene Hinds, Pat Hyads, Mark Lighterman, J.R. Rollo, and Tony Tumonis.
At an American Numismatic Association Convention in Fort Worth, Texas, Clyde Hubbard talks with some of his friends about Grover Criswell, Bob Hendershot and much more. Clyde is one of the great numismatists of all time who is a renowned numismatic author and Mexican coin collector, He lives is Cuernavaca, Mexico and at the time of this interview was 94 years old.
Banking in the early 1800's in America was a time of little or no regulation. Banks could be opened with little more than putting a sign on a building and issuing paper money. Many of these banks went out of business leaving a rich legacy of collecting material. Hear some of the more interesting stories from one of numismatics best story tellers. Speaker: Wendell Wolka.
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 to compete from all over the country. See the winners in all the categories as well as the installation of officers of the CSNS organization. Speaker: Fran Lockwood.
Tom has been involved in numismatics for more than 50 years. He currently works for dealer Harlan Berk in Chicago. Tom remembers the days before slabbing when collectors filled albums and bought coins because they liked them. His world changed when he went to work for one of the earliest grading services. Things have never been the same. Speaker: Tom DeLorey.
The problem of counterfeit coins coming out of China continues to be a problem. Recognizing these phonies is becoming more and more difficult.
In this video with images you will learn about:
* 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
Speakers: Beth Deisher & Steve Roach.
Being successful as a coin collector takes more than just a checkbook to buy coins. A calculated long term strategy is required to help you to take advantage of the benefits that the numismatic hobby offers. These benefits include enjoyment, friendships, a sense of accomplishment and even investment. Learn how make the right decisions from this expert in the field. Speaker: Andrew Kimmel.
The Civil War time period continues to captivate collectors' attention and interest. The numismatic issues from that time period offer some challenging areas for adding to a portfolio. Speaker: Raymond Ashley.
Doug Davis has been involved in law enforcement, city management and coin conventions for many years. He is founder of the Numismatic Crime Investigation Center that helps locate stolen coins by working with local police forces. He shares what collectors and dealers need to know to protect themselves while traveling to and from a coin show. Speaker: Doug Davis.
Seated Liberty coinage represents one of the more challenging areas of coin collecting. The different series were struck for decades and have many die varieties and rarities. Learn about this challenging coinage from one of the industry experts. Speaker: Dick Osburn.
Mr. Cline is considered to be one of the primary authorities on standing Liberty quarters in the country. As a specialist in this field Cline shares what he has learned from years of experience dealing what is considered to be one of the most beautiful coins ever struck for circulation. Speaker: J.H. Cline.
The coinage of Mexico represents some of the most challenging and interesting areas for collectors. Ricardo is one of the most entertaining presenters as he uses his background as educator and journalism to share his passion for Mexican numismatics. Speaker: Ricardo de Leon Tallavas.
Jim Fitzgerald has experience at some of America's most prestigious numismatic auction houses including Heritage and Spinks/Smythe. In his role as consignment director and cataloguer he learned firsthand what takes place when a collection is sold by auction. Hear about this process from one of the hobby's well known personalities. Speaker: Jim Fitzgerald.
Numismatist and coin photographer Bill Noyes answers questions from Chuck Heck and the audience about multiple aspects of the coin markets particularly those involved with early coppers, grading, counterfeiting and more. Hear the opinions and information from this irascible coin personality. Speaker: Bill Noyes.