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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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    Counterstamps on Coins of the Mexican War for Independence 2013

    Counterstamps on Coins of the Mexican War for Independence

    Counterstamps, including royalist mint and military stamps. Speaker(s): Max Keech.

    Paper Money of the Mexican Revolution 2013

    Paper Money of the Mexican Revolution

    Mexican paper money related to dictator Diaz, the Mexican revolution, and Francisco Madero. Speaker(s): Elmer Powell.

    Republica Mexicana Silver Minor Coinage Die Styles 2013

    Republica Mexicana Silver Minor Coinage Die Styles

    This presentation addresses each of the denominations of the Republic of Mexico beginning with the first year of issue of each mint. Speaker(s): Dave Busse.

    Shipwrecks and Mexican Coins 2013

    Shipwrecks and Mexican Coins

    Shipwreck coins from the 1500s to 1800s. Differences between cobs, klippes, pillars, busts, archeological concerns and legal questions, and examples of the highest selling treasure coins including the 8 escudo Royal 1695L, 1715 Fleet and the 8 reales 1550 Charles-Joanna. Speaker(s): Daniel Frank Sedwick.

    Spanish Colonial Cob Coinage of Philip II & Philip III 2013

    Spanish Colonial Cob Coinage of Philip II & Philip III

    The cob coinage of the two Philips represents a difficult are in Spanish Colonial numismatics. This presentation focuses on showing how to tell the differences between the two issues. Speaker(s): Kent Ponterio.

    Early Mexican Republic 8 Reales Die Varieties 2013

    Early Mexican Republic 8 Reales Die Varieties

    Mexican eight reales offer collectors a great series to collect with many rare dates and a plethora of overdates and varieties. Speaker(s): Mike Crowder.

    Iturbide's Coinage of Mexico 2013

    Iturbide's Coinage of Mexico

    Iturbide was instrumental in helping gain Mexico's independence from Spain and became its first ruler. Coins created during his short reign are popular with collectors. Speaker(s): Carlos Jara.

    Mexican Republic 2 Escudo Gold Coins 2013

    Mexican Republic 2 Escudo Gold Coins

    This series consists of many rarities and varieties in this newly released information. Speaker(s): J.R. Rollo.

    Spanish Colonial Contemporary Counterfeits 2013

    Spanish Colonial Contemporary Counterfeits

    The coinage of Mexico and the New World quickly became important for global commerce. As it did so it became counterfeited. These issues are now of importance to collectors. Speaker(s): Bob Gurney.

    American Gold and Platinum Eagles 2013

    American Gold and Platinum Eagles

    Edmund Moy was Director of the United States from 2006 until 2011. He tells the story of the gold and platinum Eagles hat have been so popular with investors worldwide. Speaker(s): Edmund C. Moy, Former US Mint Director.

    Behind the Scenes at the United States Mint 2013

    Behind the Scenes at the United States Mint

    Edmund Moy was Director of the United States from 2006 until 2011. He shares story about his tenure while Director. Speaker(s): Edmund C. Moy & John Mercanti.

    Coins and Medals Commemorating George Washington 2013

    Coins and Medals Commemorating George Washington

    George Washington has been one of the most revered characters in American history. His image has been placed on a plethora of numismatic items. Speaker(s): Ray Williams.

    Coins in the Bible 2013

    Coins in the Bible

    The Bible gives reference to many coins. Find out the passages and coins that are mentioned. Speaker(s): Michael Markowitz.

    Affordable Modern US Commemoratives 1/10/2013

    Affordable Modern US Commemoratives

    It is possible to collect modern commems that are both affordable and a reasonable investment according to researcher Bart Bartanowicz. This power point program focuses on those modern issues that are fun to collect and, in his view, potentially undervalued. Information in this video includes: * Overview of the US commemorative coin program since 1982 * Definition of a commemorative * History the classic commemorative half dollar series issued from 1892-1954 including examples of good and bad designs * Themes for collecting modern commemoratives * Examples and mintages of all modern US commems * How to get started with books, publications, and organizations * Tips for grading and whether you need certified or raw modern coins Speaker: Bart Bartanowicz, Ph.D..

    Buying Tomorrow's Classic Coinage Today 1/10/2013

    Buying Tomorrow's Classic Coinage Today

    Numismatic News contributor Eric Jordan discusses how to pick future classic coins from the U.S. Mint's catalog of Eagles and recently closed issues. Some of these issues have compellingly low mintages making them candidates for future appreciation. Learn what to look for and what to avoid in the modern coin market. Information in this video includes: * Graphs charting price increases over the years * Mintages of the different series * Evaluation of price performance and potential Speaker: Eric Jordan.

    Doubled Dies, Repunched Dates, and Repunched Mintmarks 1/10/2013

    Doubled Dies, Repunched Dates, and Repunched Mintmarks

    Mr. Neff is a recognized expert in the field of errors and varieties. In this presentation he focuses on doubled dies, repunched dates (RPD) and repunched mintmarks (RPM). He shows examples each and how to determine each one. He also shows examples of other more die striking anomalies. Speaker: B.J. Neff.

    Elite 30 Peace Dollars 1/10/2013

    Elite 30 Peace Dollars

    David Close has discovered more die varieties in the Peace dollar series than any other person. This lecture is based on his new book describing some of the more dramatic examples in this very specialized area of silver dollar collecting. Speaker: David Close, Ph.D..

    Golden Glitter of Gold 1/10/2013

    Golden Glitter of Gold

    Both speakers are prolific authors and well-known consumer advocates. Mr. Travers is the author of the popular "How to Make Money in Coins Right Now," and Mr. Rosen writes the award-winning "Rosen Numismatic Advisory." Together they advise collectors how to navigate the numismatic waters during turbulent times and well as prognosticating about the market. Speaker: Scott Travers & Maurice Rosen.

    Grading Buffalo Nickels 1/10/2013

    Grading Buffalo Nickels

    2013 marks the one hundred year anniversary of the birth of the Buffalo Nickel. Well-known author and numismatic award winner Bill Fivaz gives a brief overview of the series and discusses the proper way to grade both circulated and mint state examples of the Buffalo Nickel. Information in this video includes: * Why most people are unsure about grading Buffalos * Examples of Buffalo nickels in all grades starting with MS67 * Difference between market grading and technical grading * Which dates are generally softly struck * Importance of luster and any change in color * Where to look and how to tell wear to determine a circulated coin Speaker: Bill Fivaz, NLG.

    History of the 1715 Spanish Treasure Fleet Disaster 1/10/2013

    History of the 1715 Spanish Treasure Fleet Disaster

    Mr. Costello is an attorney from Washington, PA and is the director of the 1715 Fleet Society. His program explains the details of the catastrophic fleet loss that poured hundreds of millions of dollars worth of gold and silver items into the ocean just off the Ft. Pierce and Vero Beach area. He also discusses plans to celebrate the 300-year anniversary of this disaster. Information in this video includes: * Story of the War of Spanish Succession * How treasure from the New World helped sustain the Spanish government and why that supply was impaired * Why the wreck of the Spanish fleet in 1715 contributed to the end of Spanish dominance in the New World * Story of the wreck of the fleet and initial recovery efforts * How Kip Wagner was one of the first to begin recovery of the fleet wreck in the 1960's * Creation of the 1715Society.com website and its goals and objectives leading up to the 300th anniversary of the wreck Speaker: Bob Costello.

    Many Faces of World Coins 1/10/2013

    Many Faces of World Coins

    Interest in collecting world coins is on the rise according to former FUN President Bob Hurst. He discusses ways to collect world coins, talks about themes on the coinage and show examples of coins from the major countries of world coin collecting. Information in this video includes: * Explanation of the varieties of different themes on world coinage * Examples of coinage such as Spanish colonial, English crowns, German talers, Italian crowns, French coins, Scandinavia, Australia and more * Examples of what has also been considered coinage including Chinese and Asian issues Speaker: Bob Hurst.

    My Favorite Investment Coins for 2013 1/10/2013

    My Favorite Investment Coins for 2013

    Mr. Bonser, a former fulltime professional grader, is a major central Florida coin dealer. He entertains and informs his audience with his top picks for fun and profit in the coming year. He discusses both modern issues as well as classic US coinage and even some that can still be purchased directly from the Mint. Speaker: Don Bonser.

    My Favorite VAMs for 2013 1/10/2013

    My Favorite VAMs for 2013

    Mr. Roberts is the director of attribution services for ANACS Grading Service of Colorado. He also writes a monthly column for Coin World dealing with VAM variety dollars. John believes that VAM silver dollars offer a specialized area in numismatics to build a collection of some unrecognized very rare issues. Find out which specific VAM varieties are his favorites for 2013. Speaker: John Roberts.

    NSDR Awards Banquet FUN Convention 2013 1/10/2013

    NSDR Awards Banquet FUN Convention 2013

    Once again the luminaries of the silver dollar market gather to honor one another with different awards and recognition. This year's Lifetime Achievement Award went to Donald H. Kagin. Presidential Awards were handed out as well. Featuring John Highfill, NSDR President, and Randy Campbell, Master of Ceremonies.

    NSDR Silver Dollar Investors Forum 35th Annual , January 12, 2013 1/10/2013

    NSDR Silver Dollar Investors Forum 35th Annual , January 12, 2013

    The speakers are both former presidents of The National Silver Dollar Roundtable. Mr. Campbell is the current senior grader for ICG Grading Service of Tampa, Florida. Each of them will present their "Top 13 Silver Dollars for 2013." Those with an interest in Seated, Trade, Morgan and Peace Dollars are urged to attend what has become a FUN convention tradition - The Silver Dollar Investors' Forum! Speakesr: Al Johnbrier & Randy Campbell.

    Other Works By Well-Known Coin Designers of the Modern Era 1/10/2013

    Other Works By Well-Known Coin Designers of the Modern Era

    Jacksonville researcher Ray Herz examines the careers and works of modern coin designers Gilroy Roberts, Elizabeth Jones, Marcel Jovine, Glenna Goodacre and Don Everhart. These artists have created many of the numismatic issues of which most collectors are familiar as well as other important works. Information in this video includes: * Gilroy Roberts' background as US Mint engraver and coins he designed for the United States including the Kennedy half dollar as well as other countries, examples of medals and his involvement at the Franklin Mint * Elizabeth Jones as chief engraver of the US Mint and examples of her works * Marcel Jovine, his story, medallic works, and coinage examples Glenna Goodacre who designed the Sacagawea dollar and much more * Donald Everhart who worked for the Franklin Mint and then the US Mint and his prolific issues over the years of his long career Speaker: Ray Herz.

    PCGS Luncheon FUN Orlando January 11, 2013 1/10/2013

    PCGS Luncheon FUN Orlando January 11, 2013

    Professional Coin Grading Service President Don Willis announces new services including restoration and reconsideration. Then Collectors Universe President and PCGS founder David Hall talks about the fate of the Lincoln cent and use of the Coinflation website. He also discusses plans for a PCGS coin grading school and a $10,000 reward offered to someone who brings a genuine 1964-D Peace dollar for PCGS experts to identify. Speakers: David Hall & Don Willis.

    Should You Crack Out All Your Slab Coins? 1/10/2013

    Should You Crack Out All Your Slab Coins?

    Mr. Kimmel is proprietor of Paragon Numismatics and a Wisconsin dealer who specializes in beautifully toned U.S. silver coins. He discusses whether or not U.S. collectors are best served by leaving their coins encapsulated in slabs. He even shows you how to crack a coin out of a certified holder. He shares some contrarian perspectives of the coin market. Information in this video includes: * Why toned coins need special attention * Reasons why a coin may not be certified * The importance of learning about both buying and selling * Why you need a good magnifier * How to crack a coin out of a slab and why you might want to do so * Why having a coin rejected by a grading service can be a good thing Speaker: Andrew Kimmel.

    SSDC 10th Annual VAM Thing 1/10/2013

    SSDC 10th Annual VAM Thing

    The Society of Silver Dollar Collectors hosts this annual gathering of silver dollar variety enthusiasts. The latest discoveries, awards, recent books and publications, the latest pricing information, attribution diagnostics, and more is all here and available at the 2013 VAM Thing! Speaker: John Baumgart, SSDC President.

    ANA Board and Town Hall Meeting, May 10, 2013 3/15/2013

    ANA Board and Town Hall Meeting, May 10, 2013

    American Numismatic Association discusses business issues. Speaker: Tom Hallenbeck, ANA President..

    ANA Convention Highlights 2013 New Orleans 3/15/2013

    ANA Convention Highlights 2013 New Orleans

    Highlights from New Orleans ANA Convention. Interviewer: David Lisot.

    ANA New Website 3/15/2013

    ANA New Website

    Learn about the ANA's plans for a brand-new website in 2014. The ANA is planning a host of exciting new features that will help members learn more about numismatics, interact with one another and enjoy their hobby to the fullest. The project is in its early stages, so members have the opportunity to provide feedback on features and tools they would like to see in the new site. Speakers: Clay Goforth, William D. Hyder, Tabitha McFadden, Jerry Osmus.

    Collecting Love Tokens 3/15/2013

    Collecting Love Tokens

    Learn about the "love" in coin collecting. Speaker: Richard Burdick.

    New Orleans Branch Mint 3/15/2013

    New Orleans Branch Mint

    Get an overview of the history of the New Orleans Mint from its beginnings in 1835 to its present day use as a museum, archive and performing arts center. Speaker: Greg Lambousy.

    George Morgan Sketchbook 3/17/2013

    George Morgan Sketchbook

    Karen Lee continues her undaunted efforts to help popularize numismatics by telling the story of George Morgan and his efforts that resulted in creating some of America's most famous coins as revealed through his sketch book. This video presentation includes: * Background of Morgan and his education * How the sketchbook revealed what were his best renderings * Family circumstances that affected his outlook on life * The rivalry generated by the Charles Barber and his son towards Morgan Speaker(s): Karen Lee.

    United States Silver Dollars 1794-1804 3/17/2013

    United States Silver Dollars 1794-1804

    Introduction by Chris Karstedt and Warren Miller. Legendary numismatist David Bowers talks about his new book and Bust dollars and what was involved in writing it as well as collecting this challenging series. This video includes: * Background of Bust dollar research. * Stories of Eliasberg, Norwebs, Harry Bass * Tale of the sale of the 1794 Cardinal silver dollar * Questions and answers from the audience Speaker(s): Q. David Bowers.

    Whitman Expo Convention Highlights Baltimore March 2013 3/17/2013

    Whitman Expo Convention Highlights Baltimore March 2013

    Interviewer: David Lisot, David Crenshaw, Expo General Manager, Julie Abrams, Gary Adkins, Russell Augustin, John Brush, Grant Campbell, Jay Cline, Kathleen Duncan, Kevin Foley, Patrick Heller, Robert Higgins, John Kraljevich, David Lange, Chris McCawley, Paul Montgomery, Chris Moran, David & Joseph Nakasone, Tom Reynolds, Allen Rowe, Sergio Sanchez, and Rick Snow. Another active Whitman Expo in Baltimore that includes a market report, auction update, report possible gold price manipulation, "Cool Coins & Currency", convention update and an interview with some young Boy Scout collectors. Speaker(s): Interviewer: David Lisot.

    PCGS Members Only Coin Show Highlights 2013 4/13/2013

    PCGS Members Only Coin Show Highlights 2013

    David Lisot, Interviewer, CoinTelevision.com, with David Lisot, Interviewer with Vic Bozarth, Evan Gale, John Gulde, Irma Kane, Trista King, Dan Morphy, Chris Napolitano, Don Rinkor, Ian Russell, James Sego, & Miles Standish. Coin show veteran David Lisot finds out Why Dealers Attend the PCGS Members Only Coin Show, PCGS Members Only Coin Show Market Report, 1995-W PCGS Proof 70 Silver Eagle Sells for Record Price at Auction, Ian Russell Talks about the Market and Modern Coins, and Legend-Morphy Auction Report. Speaker(s): David Lisot, Interviewer .

    Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass Discuss Politics: A Discussion Between Friends 4/20/2013

    Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass Discuss Politics: A Discussion Between Friends

    Lincoln actually met Frederick Douglass. These two great actors show the dialogue that may have taken place dressed in the wardrobes of the time. Speaker: Dennis Boggs as Abraham Lincoln & Bill Grimmette as Frederick Douglass.

    Best Ways to Waste Your Money in Numismatics 4/20/2013

    Best Ways to Waste Your Money in Numismatics

    Veteran numismatist and coin dealer Andy Kimmel shares how to avoid the many mistakes a person can make when they decide to start buying coins. Speaker: Andrew Kimmel.

    Bondage and Freedom: My Evolving Views on the Constitution 4/20/2013

    Bondage and Freedom: My Evolving Views on the Constitution

    Frederick Douglass was one of the most well-known abolitionist speakers. Speaker: Bill Grimmette as Frederick Douglass.

    Civil War Era Banks and Bank Notes in the Northern States 4/20/2013

    Civil War Era Banks and Bank Notes in the Northern States

    Learn the stories of the notes issues prior to and during the Civil War in the states of Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. * Provisions of the laws governing the creation of the banks that issued paper money Speaker: Wendell Wolka.

    Civil War Era Filibusters and the Election of Abraham Lincoln 4/20/2013

    Civil War Era Filibusters and the Election of Abraham Lincoln

    Lincoln's 1860 Election, Southern Ambitions for a Tropical Slave Empire and the Coming of the Civil War. * Missouri Compromise & the Crichtondon Compromise * Military filibusters at the time including William Walker who conquered Nicaragua for a short time and Crab * Why Lincoln was concerned about them Speaker: Robert May, Ph.D..

    Civil War Money and Financing the Conflict 4/20/2013

    Civil War Money and Financing the Conflict

    Learn haw the Civil War was financed with a new system and see the examples from researcher Peter Huntoon. Speaker: Peter Huntoon.

    CSNS Awards Banquet 2013 4/20/2013

    CSNS Awards Banquet 2013

    The awards for exhibits are given out be the Central States Numismatic Society. Speakers: Kevin Foley, James Moores, W. Ray Lockwood.

    CSNS Convention Highlights 2013 4/20/2013

    CSNS Convention Highlights 2013

    This is one of the best numismatic convention highlights ever done by veteran video producer David Lisot. Speaker: David Lisot.

    Finding and Authenticating the 1913 Walton Liberty Nickel 4/20/2013

    Finding and Authenticating the 1913 Walton Liberty Nickel

    There are only five 1913 nickels. One of them was lost for decades until recently discovered after a million dollar was posted for its recovery. Learn about this fascinating story from the people who posted the reward and the people who recovered the coin. Speakers: Mark Borckardt, Beth Deisher, Ryan Givens, Paul Montgomery, Cheryl and Gary Myers, Donn Pearlman.

    History of Collecting Confederate Paper Money 4/20/2013

    History of Collecting Confederate Paper Money

    The Confederate States of America issued different series of paper money during the Civil War. These issues include some very collectible issues. Almost immediately after the war ended in 1865 collectors began to assemble groups of these notes. During the following years various books and price lists were created by various dealers up to the book done by Pierre Fricke. * Price list of W. Elliot Woodward that listed Confederate notes * Dr. William Lee that created the first standardized book * John W. Haseltine who in 1876 made a catalog * Story of the Confederate Cent and Haseltine and Lovett * J. Walter Scott * Confederate Half Dollar of 1861 of which only 4 are known * Raphael P. Thian who did research on the redeemed Confederate money Speaker: Pierre Fricke.

    Lincoln's Civil War Cabinet 4/20/2013

    Lincoln's Civil War Cabinet

    Dennis recounts the story of Lincoln's life focusing on his cabinet appointments. During the war many of these positions had different people appointed with some interesting personalities involved. Speaker: Dennis Boggs as Abraham Lincoln.

    Slave Badges and the Slave Hire System in Charleston, SC 4/20/2013

    Slave Badges and the Slave Hire System in Charleston, SC

    Charleston, South Carolina, had slaves in it from the very beginning of its founding. A slave that worked in the city could have a badge that allowed certain privileges that other slaves did not have. Learn the story of these special badges. In this video you will see and learn: * It was legal to import slaves until 1808 * How freed slaves had to wear badges as well * Dates of slave badges used only from 1783-1789 * Why cotton was so important to the economy and why slaves were so necessary * New series of badge makers beginning in 1800 including Ralph Atmar Jr, and Charles Prince and John J. LaFar who made badges until 1834. and how the shapes changed. * John Mood in 1832, William M. Rouse, David H. Deveaux, William Verone. Speaker: Harry Hutchins, Jr..

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