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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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    Determining the Value of Coins, Buying, Selling and Consumer Protection 2014

    Determining the Value of Coins, Buying, Selling and Consumer Protection

    Rod Gillis was a former public school history teacher of 15 years. He has been a coin collector for over 40 years and is currently on staff at the ANA as its Numismatic Educator. Learn how the value of coins is determined. Strategies for buying and selling numismatic items will be discussed along with tips to make sure you never suffer from "Buyers Remorse." Speaker(s): Rod Gillis.

    Monies of Madison County in North Alabama, 1861-1865 2014

    Monies of Madison County in North Alabama, 1861-1865

    The Civil War caused a great transition in the money system of the United States. The money system in use by the public today is a direct result of the decisions and changes made in the money supply by the government during the 1861-1865 period. The transition from the antebellum money system to the current money system was very abrupt and dynamic. Speaker(s): Richard Jozefiak.

    What Did your IRA Buy Today? 2014

    What Did your IRA Buy Today?

    Precious Metals for Retirement: Get an introduction to self-directed IRA's, how they can shop for select coins and bars at the National Money Show. The discussion's focus will be which coins and precious metals can be held in an IRA. Plus you'll hear a summary of other alternative investments available through a self-directed account. Speaker(s): Mark Furmanek.

    AINA General Meeting August 2014 2014

    AINA General Meeting August 2014

    Introduction by AINA President, Treasurers report from Donna Sims, Ron Rice from Israel Coins & Medals Corporation. Speaker(s): Mel Wacks, President.

    American Red Cross in World War II 2014

    American Red Cross in World War II

    Women in Numismatics. Hear about the different collectible items. Speaker(s): Kathy Freeland.

    America's Motto "In God Trust" on Coins: The History" 2014

    America's Motto "In God Trust" on Coins: The History"

    Both men have had award-winning exhibits in various formats on our National Motto. Both have visited the home towns of Chase, Watkins and Pollock. Discussion will include the Patterns that were created as well as legal tender. Speaker(s): Thomas J. Uram & William E. Bierly.

    ANA Awards Banquet Chicago World's Fair of Money 2014 2014

    ANA Awards Banquet Chicago World's Fair of Money 2014

    More awards from the American Numismatic Association. Emcee: Wendell Wolka.

    AU/BU: The Great Divide 2014

    AU/BU: The Great Divide

    A profusely illustrated study of six classic series from the early 20th century in grades from MS-68 to AU-50. All photos are of slabbed coins but the presentation is grading-service neutral. The audience will see the commercial grading of coins. Six different denominations in three different metals are covered. Speaker(s): Ray Herz.

    Brookgreen Gardens: Art, Nature, Numismatics? 2014

    Brookgreen Gardens: Art, Nature, Numismatics?

    Brookgreen, located in South Carolina, is the world's largest statuary garden. Unknown to most visitors, many of the sculptures were designed by the same artists (Saint Gaudens, Frazier and Goodacre), that have designed U.S. coins for over one hundred years. This presentation will study the art and coinage of these artists. Speaker(s): Mark Wieclaw.

    Canadian Certificates for a New Prosperity 2014

    Canadian Certificates for a New Prosperity

    Alberta Prosperity Certificates are an interesting example of emergency or depression scrip. The background story of why they were issued involves political and religious intrigue, unrelenting attacks by the media, betrayal by faithful parties and the determination of one man to relieve the suffering of his fellow citizens. The presentation will include details and features of the note, price trends and surviving population estimates as well as the development, implementation, redemption and abandonment of this scheme. Speaker(s): Daniel W. Gosling.

    Chopmarked Coins: A History 2014

    Chopmarked Coins: A History

    This talk deals with chopmarks ? the merchant countermarks stamped on the trade coins used in China (and other parts of Asia) from 1650 to 1935. Colin will be introducing the history of these countermarks, the Chopmark Collectors Club and his new book, Chopmarked Coins ? A History. Speaker(s): Colin James Gullberg.

    Civil War Token Excitement; New Discoveries in a Dynamic Market 2014

    Civil War Token Excitement; New Discoveries in a Dynamic Market

    Q. David Bowers, ANA Hall of Famer, is one of the hobby's preeminent researchers and authors. David is the author of the Guide Book to Civil War Tokens and a contributor to the book, Civil War Tokens Store Cards 3. Susan Trask is the editor of the Civil War Token Journal, Vice President of the Civil War Token Society and a contributor to the book, Civil War Tokens Store Cards 3. Many opportunities beckon for collecting Civil War Tokens, exploring their history and potential profit. Speaker(s): Q. David Bowers & Susan Trask.

    Coins of New France 2014

    Coins of New France

    This brief history of New France will include the settlements and forts that were established in present-day Illinois. The overview of the coins used in New France will include those royally authorized or mentioned in official documents, and those that are often found in hoards from that period. Speaker(s): Eugene C. Freeman.

    Collecting American Arts Medallions and Other Offbeat Bullion 2014

    Collecting American Arts Medallions and Other Offbeat Bullion

    What's the real story behind the American Arts gold medallions of 1980 to 1984? Where did they come from? Are they the sleeper series of the century? Go behind the scenes and learn about these and other little-known U.S. Mint silver and gold bullion pieces, including the First Spouse and American Buffalo gold coins, five-ounce silver quarters, Teddy Roosevelt silver medals, and more. This presentation will be of interest to collectors and investors alike. Speaker(s): Dennis Tucker.

    Collecting Medals #2 2014

    Collecting Medals #2

    Robert started collecting coins in 1968 while stationed in Japan with the Navy. Subsequent assignments in Germany, Scotland and Spain, along with several Mediterranean cruises added to his core collections of circulating coins of countries visited. Following retirement from the Navy, Bob started collecting New Hampshire town medals, Hard Times Tokens, Mardi Gras Doubloons, and certain European art and historical medals to name a few. A member of about 35 coin clubs, Bob has served on the Board for several and President of six. He says his best collection is all his numismatic friends. Medals are a core part of numismatics but play second fiddle to coins. This popular program, which extols the joys of medal collecting, returns with a new demonstration set that the audience can share and admire. Speaker(s): Robert F. Fritsch.

    Collecting the Coinage of the Twelve Caesars 2014

    Collecting the Coinage of the Twelve Caesars

    This presentation shows how to go about collecting coinage of the first twelve Caesars of the Roman empire. This is a great place for beginning collectors of ancient coins to "jump in" to this field of numismatics. Topics of discussion will include collecting in silver, gold and bronze. While at the show, be sure to visit the museum showcase exhibit of "The Twelve Caesars in Gold." Speaker(s): Michael Gasvoda.

    Crossing the Numismatic Border into Canada 2014

    Crossing the Numismatic Border into Canada

    Dr. Phil Carrigan will share his interesting story of how, over time, his collecting interests grew to include Canadian Numismatics. He will also talk about the numismatists that influenced and mentored him along his unique journey. Speaker(s): Philip J. Carrigan, Ph.D..

    Currency of German East Africa 2014

    Currency of German East Africa

    The colony of German East Africa was founded in the aftermath of the 1884-1885 Berlin Conference that carved 90% of the continent into colonial "spheres of control" among the European powers. This presentation will discuss the currency and history of the colony from its beginnings through the takeover by the British at the end of World War I ? a story of explorers, mercenaries, natives, administrators, scoundrels, hopes, frustrations and schemes that combined to create the foundations of modern Tanzania. Speaker(s): Douglas A. Mudd.

    Early History of Canadian Numismatics and Its Relationship with the ANA 2014

    Early History of Canadian Numismatics and Its Relationship with the ANA

    Paul will discuss the early history of Canadian coinage including some highlights of significant events that shaped the future of numismatics in Canada. This includes the adoption of the decimal system based on a "dollar" in 1858, the opening of the Ottawa, Ontario branch of the Royal Mint in 1908 to strike Canadian Coins, the Currency Act of 1910 giving authority for the production of a silver dollar and the striking of commemorative coinage in Canada. Speaker(s): Paul Johnson.

    Gold Coins Are Not All that Glitter 2014 2014

    Gold Coins Are Not All that Glitter 2014

    Spectacular collecting opportunities that abound in early United States copper and silver coins will be presented, as well as the Crystal Ball Forecast for gold and silver bullion and coins. Speaker(s): Scott A. Travers & Maurice Rosen.

    Innovations in the Coin Hobby 2014

    Innovations in the Coin Hobby

    Maynard Sundman Lecture Series. Speaker(s): Frank G. Ternenyi.

    Introduction to Canadian Numismatics 2014

    Introduction to Canadian Numismatics

    An overview of numismatics will be presented which will include a quick review of the various tokens, coins, paper money and other numismatic items used in the Canadian region from colonial times to the present. Numismatic material, publications and references will be passed around in the talk to spur the interest of the audience in this fascinating topic. Speaker(s): Brett D. Irick.

    Israel's Innovative Coin Designs that Avoid Graven Images 2014

    Israel's Innovative Coin Designs that Avoid Graven Images

    Maynard Sundman Lecture Series. Jewish law prohibiting graven images affects the money of Israel. Hear about the ways that nation honors that tradition. Speaker(s): Simcha Kuritzky.

    Louis G. Kaufman, His Fabulous Coin Collection 2014

    Louis G. Kaufman, His Fabulous Coin Collection

    Who Built the Empire State Building, the opulent "Granot Loma" and the coin collection RARCOA called "The Numismatic Find of the Century? Louis G. Kaufman did! His life was equally "Great Gatsby," and "Citizen Kane," and "Andrew Carnegie." Kaufman and his collection today remain the stuff of numismatic legend. Speaker(s): Robert M. Bair, Jr..

    Robert Galiette Talks About Assembling the Gilded Age Collection of $20 Liberty Gold 2014

    Robert Galiette Talks About Assembling the Gilded Age Collection of $20 Liberty Gold

    Learn about assembling a set of $20 Liberty gold coins and the many difficulties. Speaker(s): Robert Galiette.

    US Liberty $20 Double Eagles: The Gilded Age Collection 2014

    US Liberty $20 Double Eagles: The Gilded Age Collection

    Highlights from one of the most extensive collections of gold coins ever assembled are discussed by legendary numismatist Dave Bowers and the collector Robert Galiette. Speaker(s): Q. David Bowers & Robert Galiette.

    1862 Shenandoah Valley Campaign 2014

    1862 Shenandoah Valley Campaign

    Peter Cozzens is a graduate of Knox College and a career officer in the U.S. Foreign Service. He is the author of 16 books on the Civil War and American West Indian Wars, including The Terrible Sound: The Battle of Chickamauga," "The Shipwreck of Their Hopes: The Battle for Chattanooga," "Conquering the Southern Plains," "The Army and the Indian, and No Better Place to Die: The Battle of Stones River. He has also appeared on C-Span's Book TV and the PBS series History Detectives. Speaker(s): Peter Cozzens.

    Buying and Selling on eBay 2014

    Buying and Selling on eBay

    Selling on the Internet is viable because of auction websites like Ebay. Bruce Purdue explains the in and outs of how to buy and sell. Speaker(s): Bruce Purdue.

    Civil War After the Civil War: Redemption and the Long Road to Freedom 2014

    Civil War After the Civil War: Redemption and the Long Road to Freedom

    Amy Taylor is a graduate of Duke University, with an MA and Ph.D. from the University of Virginia. Dr. Taylor is the author of The Divided Family in Civil War America and Major Problems in the Civil War and Reconstruction. She is a recipient of a National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship and a fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies. A board member of the Civil War Historians, she is a former faculty member of the State University of New York at Albany and currently serves on the faculty of the University of Kentucky. Speaker(s): Dr. Amy Taylor.

    Counterfeit Coins from China 2014

    Counterfeit Coins from China

    China is responsible for a flood of counterfeit coins that will fool most collectors and dealers. Larry Briggs talks about how to avoid these spurious issues and how to determine the phonies that you might have purchased by mistake. Speaker(s): Larry Briggs.

    CSNS Awards Ceremony 2014 2014

    CSNS Awards Ceremony 2014

    The Central States Numismatic Society has some of the most competitive numismatic exhibits in America. Exhibiters cherish their awards and their prizes. See this year's winners. Speaker(s): Ray & Fran Lockwood.

    CSNS Board Meeting, September 23, 2014 2014

    CSNS Board Meeting, September 23, 2014

    Central States Numismatic Society Speaker(s): James Moores, President, Central States Numismatic Society.

    Dollar of 1804: The US Mint's Hidden Secret 2014

    Dollar of 1804: The US Mint's Hidden Secret

    Mark Ferguson has done extensive research on the 1804 Dollar as well as written a book. He shares that research and some controversial conclusions. Speaker(s): Mark Ferguson.

    Exploits of the Iron Brigade in the Civil War 2014

    Exploits of the Iron Brigade in the Civil War

    Lance Herdegen is a graduate of Marquette University, with a BA in Journalism. He holds an honorary doctorate from Carroll University. Specializing in research about the Iron Brigade, he is the author of seven books, including Those Damned Black Hats, The Iron Brigade in Civil War and Memory, Seminary Ridge, The Men Stood Like Iron, How the Iron Brigade Won Its Name and An Irishman in the Iron Brigade: The Civil War Memoirs of James P. Sullivan, Sergt, Company K, 6th Wisconsin Volunteers. He is a recipient of the award of merit from the Wisconsin Historical Society, serves as chairman of the Wisconsin Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission and is a governor's appointee to the Wisconsin Humanities Council. Speaker(s): Lance Herdegen.

    General John Rawlins of the Civil War - The Brains Behind Grant? 2014

    General John Rawlins of the Civil War - The Brains Behind Grant?

    Peter Cozzens is a graduate of Knox College and a career officer in the U.S. Foreign Service. He is the author of 16 books on the Civil War and American West Indian Wars, including The Terrible Sound: The Battle of Chickamauga," "The Shipwreck of Their Hopes: The Battle for Chattanooga," "Conquering the Southern Plains," "The Army and the Indian, and No Better Place to Die: The Battle of Stones River. He has also appeared on C-Span's Book TV and the PBS series History Detectives. Speaker(s): Peter Cozzens.

    Generals of the Civil War 2014

    Generals of the Civil War

    Robert I. Girardi is a Chicago native who earned his BA in history and business administration from Dominican University and his MA in public history from Loyola University Chicago. He is the author of ten books on Civil War subjects including Gettysburg in Art and Artifacts, The Civil War Generals, and The Memoirs of Brigadier General William Passmore Carlin. A career detective with the Chicago Police Department, Girardi is a past president of the Chicago Civil War Roundtable, a member of three other Civil War roundtables and a board member of the Illinois Historical Society. Speaker(s): Robert I. Girardi.

    Industry Council for Tangible Assets Launches State Net 2014

    Industry Council for Tangible Assets Launches State Net

    The Industry Council for Tangible Assets discusses recent news and legislation that affects the coin and precious metals industry. Speaker(s): Kathy McFadden, Executive Director, ICTA.

    Lincoln and the Challenge of 1864 2014

    Lincoln and the Challenge of 1864

    Dennis Boggs has portrayed President Lincoln for the past ten years, appearing in 29 states at Civil War re-enactments and educational conferences as well as in the History Channel presentations Being Lincoln and Looking for Lincoln. Additional credits include programs presented at the 140th anniversary re-enactment of the Battle of Chickamauga as well as presentations at the Andersonville National Historic Site, The Civil War Naval Museum and the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. The president will discuss Lincoln and the Challenge of 1864. These presentations are as realistic as can be. Dennis Boggs IS President Lincoln. Speaker(s): Dennis Boggs.

    Midwest States During the Civil War 2014

    Midwest States During the Civil War

    Robert I. Girardi is a Chicago native who earned his BA in history and business administration from Dominican University and his MA in public history from Loyola University Chicago. He is the author of ten books on Civil War subjects including Gettysburg in Art and Artifacts, The Civil War Generals, and The Memoirs of Brigadier General William Passmore Carlin. A career detective with the Chicago Police Department, Girardi is a past president of the Chicago Civil War Roundtable, a member of three other Civil War roundtables and a board member of the Illinois Historical Society. Speaker(s): Robert I. Girardi.

    Overview of National Bank Notes 2014

    Overview of National Bank Notes

    Allen Mincho has been in national bank notes for many years. He shares their story and how they are collected. Speaker(s): Allen Mincho.

    Saddle Ridge Gold Coin Treasure Hoard 2014

    Saddle Ridge Gold Coin Treasure Hoard

    Discovered while dog walking in a field the Saddle Ridge hoard of gold coins is one of the largest treasure finds in America. Hear the story from the men who helped broker the treasure to the marketplace. Speaker(s): Don Kagin & David McCarthy.

    Significance of the Month of April in the Civil War 2014

    Significance of the Month of April in the Civil War

    Dennis Boggs has portrayed President Lincoln for the past ten years, appearing in 29 states at Civil War re-enactments and educational conferences as well as in the History Channel presentations Being Lincoln and Looking for Lincoln. Additional credits include programs presented at the 140th anniversary re-enactment of the Battle of Chickamauga as well as presentations at the Andersonville National Historic Site, The Civil War Naval Museum and the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. The president will discuss Lincoln and the Challenge of 1864. These presentations are as realistic as can be. Dennis Boggs IS President Lincoln. Speaker(s): Dennis Boggs.

    Women in Numismatics Meeting, CSNS April 25, 2014 2014

    Women in Numismatics Meeting, CSNS April 25, 2014

    The females in the coin hobby discuss news and information about their organization. Speaker(s): Charmy Harker, President, WIN.

    Assembling a Short Set of Mercury Dimes 2014

    Assembling a Short Set of Mercury Dimes

    Can the average collector afford a high grade set of mercury dimes? "Yes," says Florida collector Bart Bartanowicz. His program is loaded with tips on the best way to collect these beautiful coins. Speaker(s): Bart Bartanowicz, PhD..

    Buying Modern US Coin Classics Today 2014

    Buying Modern US Coin Classics Today

    Mr. Jordan believes buying certain low mintage Eagles for slightly over their intrinsic value is vastly superior to buying common bullion. Which issues does he like? And how low are their mintages? Find out in this program geared toward collectors of modern coins. Speaker(s): Eric Jordan.

    Collecting Coins of the World 2014

    Collecting Coins of the World

    Current FUN Vice President Bob Hurst will present a highly entertaining program about the opportunities available to world coin collectors. He'll offer his own tips and expert advice concerning how to get the most out of your coin collecting efforts. Speaker(s): Bob Hurst.

    Double Dies, Full Steps, Bands, Heads and More 2014

    Double Dies, Full Steps, Bands, Heads and More

    Collectors sometimes are confused by terms such as full split bands, full head, full bell lines and proof-like. Who better to explain these terms than "Mr. Numismatic Education" himself, Bill Fivaz? His wonderful presentation will spell out the criteria for many of the most important terms in our hobby! Speaker(s): Bill Fivaz, NLG.

    How to Tell Cuds and Die Breaks on Coins 2014

    How to Tell Cuds and Die Breaks on Coins

    Mr. Neff and Mr. Weinberg are two of America's leading experts on error coinage. Today they will tackle the issue of "cud or die break" as they occur on coins. This program is an absolute must for error coin enthusiasts. Speaker(s): B.J. Neff & Fred Weinberg.

    Jefferson Nickel Errors and Die Varieties 2014

    Jefferson Nickel Errors and Die Varieties

    Jacksonville numismatist Rick Bosquet has specialized in Jefferson nickels for many years. His collection of errors and varieties will be on display as he tells those in the audience the best way to collect these interesting and valuable Jeffersons. Speaker(s): Richard Bousquet.

    My Life in the Coin Business 2014

    My Life in the Coin Business

    Jim Halperin shares his story of his life in numismatics. Speaker(s): James Halperin, Co-Chairman, Heritage.

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