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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Mr. Frost is the current president of the Barber Coin Collectors Society. He is also the editor of the society's journal. Mr. Frost will provide a fascinating overview of Barber coinage, along with a commentary on the dos and don'ts of collecting these coins. Speaker: John Frost. Running time: 53:21.
Mr. Heck, the current vice president of the Early American Coppers (EAC) organization, is a recognized published expert on this subject. Today he?ll take attendees on a visual tour of some of the most amazing U.S. copper coins in existence. He?ll also show a few foreign copper coins as well. It's copper heaven! Speaker: Chuck Heck. Running time: 52:51.
Dr. Elliott has addressed several previous FUN conventions. This time he turns to the issue of doubled dies. Is YOUR COIN really a doubled die? Or is it a coin that APPEARS to be a doubled die but is actually something else? Dr. Elliott?s program will answer this and other error/variety questions that collectors may have. Speaker: Dr. David Elliott. Running time: 40:46.
Jacksonville researcher Ray Herz is an avid paper money enthusiast. In this program, Ray will focus on various forms of currency as they have existed in the Sunshine State. He'll also cover both ultra-rare items and those items that are still affordable for the typical currency collector. Speaker: Ray Herz. Running time: 49:58.
Hear about the annual Florida United Numismatists Convention including FUN President Randy Campbell opening remarks, news from ICTA, Mike Ellis announces his run for ANA president, NSDR awards and much more. Speaker: Randy Campbell. Running time: 27:33.
Gerry Fortin, president of the Liberty Seated Collectors Club and well-known author of the online web-book, The Definitive Resource for Liberty Seated Dime Variety Collectors, will provide an in-depth presentation on this series. His fast-paced program will cover design types, grading/striking characteristics, key dates, major varieties and potential collecting perspectives. Speaker: Gerry Fortin. Running time: 59:39.
Dr. Bartanowicz has presented several different options over the years for the collector working on a budget. This time he'll focus on the beautiful Mexican peso series from 1920-1945. Find out why this expert believes this series is a tremendous oportunity! Speaker: Bart Bartanowicz. Running time: 23:32.
Mr. Bonser is a prominent Florida dealer and a consultant to several major grading services. His recommended top 17 coins will contain a few traditional numismatic winners plus several surprise items that he believes are undervalued at current price levels. Speaker: Don Bonser. Running time: 51:39.
The National Silver Dollar Roundtable, one of numismatic?s most prestigious organizations, gives out awards and acknowledges its members. Randy Campbell, MC, Jeff Wuller, NSDR President. Running time: 50:55.
Mr. Harper, the editor of Numismatic News is known for making an annual forecast concerning the future course of the numismatic and bullion marketplace. Is David's forecast for 2017 full of good news or bad news? Find out in this hard-hitting educational program that will include both a short term and a long term forecast. Speaker: David Harper. Running time: 55:27.
The speaker, a former president of the National Silver Dollar Roundtable, is a recognized expert on silver dollars as well as the senior grader for ICG grading service in Tampa. Mr. Campbell?s program will include a few of his favorites from some of his previous FUN seminars. But he?ll also add some new, and perhaps controversial, selections he believes are ripe for purchase at today?s price levels. Speaker: Randy Campbell. Running time: 46:43.
Mr. Gilkes, the senior staff writer for Coin World, covers the U.S. Mint beat and has extensive knowledge of U.S Mint products. Today he will discuss certain mint items of particular interest to a large segment of modern coin lovers. Classic coin collectors, too, will gain some real insights from one of the very best numismatic reporters in the land, the one and only Paul Gilkes! Speaker: Paul Gilkes. Running time: 34:55.
Dr. Close, a specialist in Peace Dollar varieties, is also involved with many kinds of varieties in other series, too. Today he?ll give part II of his program on variety collecting. Topics such as how to get started and which textbooks you should acquire will be covered in this vital presentation. Speaker: Dr. David Close. Running time: 50:41.
Michael Brandow. Certified Coin Exchange (CCE), interviewer: David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com. There is a numismatic trading exchange that is comprised of more than 700 coin dealers who post buy and sell prices for bullion, raw and certified coins. These are the market makers who control the market for the availability of rare and precious metal coins. CCE Sales Director, Michael Brandow, explains how this market works. See more videos about coins and precious metals at http://cointelevision.com.
Michael Brandow. Certified Coin Exchange (CCE), interviewer: David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com. Collectors Corner is a retail website for coin dealers listed on the Certified Coin Exchange (CCE) to make their inventories available the public. There are as many as 100,000 different numismatic items for collectors valued from a few dollars to hundreds of thousands. Plus if you are going to a coin convention CCE has created CoinSearch to help a collectors locate coins that may be at that show. CCE Sales Director, Michael Brandow, explains the latest developments. See more videos about coins and precious metals at http://CoinTelevision.com.
Ben Costello, Director, 1715 Fleet Society, interviewer: David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com. In 1715 a fleet of Spanish ships sailing from Cuba were wrecked along the coastline of Florida during a violent hurricane. The 1715 Fleet Society is devoted to research and information about this historic event. Director Ben Costello tells about the goals and objectives of the organization. More news and videos about gold, silver, coins and paper money at: www.cointelevision.com.
Jeff Wuller, President, National Silver Dollar Roundtable. The state of the organization and upcoming goals are shared by newly elected NSDR president Jeff Wuller. More news and videos about gold, silver, coins and paper money at: www.cointelevision.com.
Randy Campbell, Master of Ceremonies, National Silver Dollar Roundtable. the prestigious NSDR Man of the Year Award is given to Mike Bobb for his work to further the collecting of silver dollars. More news and videos about gold, silver, coins and paper money at: www.cointelevision.com.
Randy Campbell, Master of Ceremonies, National Silver Dollar Roundtable. The prestigious NSDR Lifetime Achievement Award Award is given to Don Ketterling for his work to further the collecting of silver dollars. More news and videos about gold, silver, coins and paper money at: www.cointelevision.com.
Jeff Oxman, Former President, NSDR. video producer, David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com. National Silver Dollar Roundtable founder John Highfill is honored by the organization when it renames the prestigious NSDR award for lifetime achievement the"John W. Highfill Lifetime Achievement Award." More news and videos about gold, silver, coins and paper money at: www.cointelevision.com.
Jonathon Villavicencio, Industry Council for Tangible Assets, interviewer: David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com. New ICTA team member explains his role being part of the coin and precious metals industry watchdog group. More news and videos about gold, silver, coins and paper money at: www.cointelevision.com.
Michael Ellis, Former Governor, American Numismatic Association, interviewer: David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com. The first candidate for president of the American Numismatic Association make his formal statement and outlines his positions for that coin organization. More news and videos about gold, silver, coins and paper money at: www.cointelevision.com.
Randy Campbell, President, Florida United Numismatists. Video Producer: David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com. The annual FUN Coin Convention was held in a different Florida city this year. FUN President talks about what Fort Lauderdale, Florida has to offer. More news and videos about gold, silver, coins and paper money at: www.cointelevision.com.
See paper money valued at millions of dollars from some of Americas top experts. Interviewer: David Lisot with Sammy Berk, 1886 Silver Certificate $1 "Martha Washington" Fine Condition, 1896 Educational $1 VF+, Sergio Sanchez, $5 Silver Certificate 1886 "Silver Dollar Back," PMG 6, Andrew Shiva, $20 Reno, NV First Charter PCGS PPQ VF35, $10 Winnemucca, NV Brownback, PCGS VF30, $5 Carson City PCGS VF25, 3 and Peter Treglia, 1993 FRN $10 "Four Eyes" PMG AU55. More news and videos about gold, silver, coins and paper money at: www.cointelevision.com.
Ben Costello, Director, 1715 Fleet Society, interviewer: David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com. The second annual 1715 Fleet Society International Conference is scheduled for March 16-17, 2017. It will host noted lecturers and researchers devoted to the study of the wrecks of the 11 Spanish ships packed with treasure that went down along the Florida coast in 1715. Director Ben Costello talks about the conference and the receptions that will take place. More news and videos about gold, silver, coins and paper money at: www.cointelevision.com.
Andrew Shiva, Founder, National Currency Foundation, interviewer: David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com. VIDEO: 2:41. A person committed to the pursuit of knowledge about United States paper money and especially national bank notes is Andrew Shiva. Hear from this extraordinary individual who has done so much work for the field of collecting. More news and videos about gold, silver, coins and paper money at: www.cointelevision.com.
The Long Beach is held three times a year and always have great exhibits and numismatic events. The Expo displayed the first United States Silver Dollar with Don Willis and JD Dannreuther, talked to Tom Caldwell who purchased a 1943 Copper Cent, and saw John Highfill announce his plans to run for ANA Board of Governors. Speaker(s): Interviewer: David Lisot.
People talked about why they came to the banquet, comments about 1715 Fleet Conference, banquet remarks, awards to Sergio Gonzales, Curator, Cuban Numismatic Museum, gold coins worth millions discovered on Florida beaches recently, Ernie Richards, editor of Plus Ultra being honored, having membership in 1715 Fleet Society, the youngest girl treasurer and more. Speakers: Ben Costello. Running time: 40:35.
Cuban conservators talk about the efforts of the Ines de Sota shipwreck and many other items and the techniques specifically used. Speakers: Manuel & Teresa Almeida. Running time: 88:29.
One of the first colonies in Florida was an ill-fated attempt in the Pensacola area. New research has identified specifically where the settlement was and much evidence about the hardships experienced by the settlers. Speaker: John Worth. Running time: 71:28.
The treasure fleet that was destroyed by hurricane in 1715 has a huge impact on the economy of Spain and Europe as a whole. Speaker: Susan Parker. Running time: 59:17.
The state of Florida has an extensive collection of artifacts from the countless shipwrecks that have gone down along its coast. See examples of many of the items as well as conservation techniques used to preserve them. Speaker: Jessica Stika. Running time: 44:17.
Richard Beleson has been fascinated with treasure since he was a little boy. He shares the history of the rediscovery of the Spanish Plate Fleet starting in the 1960's and the people responsible. Speaker: Richard Beleson. Running time: 45:58.
John de Bry is a paleographer specializing in sixteenth- through eighteenth-century French, Spanish and English manuscripts. De Bry has conducted extensive research in French, Spanish, Cuban and English repositories for over two decades. He shares what he recently in covered. Speaker: John de Bry. Running time: 26:51.
John Pullin tells the story of the first Spaniards in the Southwest including the travels Cabaza de Vaca, the quest for the city of gold and much more. Speaker: John Pullin. Running time: 45:52.
Find out why Florida ended up being Spanish instead of French. Speakers: John de Bry & Chuck Meide. Running time: 61:19.
A shipwreck has fascinated Corey Malcom for years. Hear the story of its recovery and findings. Speaker: Corey Malcom. Running time: 81:12.
The importance of the contributions of the Numismatic Museum of Cuba to the 1715 Fleet Society are acknowledged. Speakers: Sergio Gonzales, Curator, Cuban Numismatic Museum, Presenter: Richard Beleson.. Running time: 3:34.
Fleet Society Director Ben Costello acknowledges dignitaries and participants. Speaker: Ben Costello, Director, 1715 Fleet Society. David Lisot, Video Producer, CoinTelevision.com. Running time: 9:00.
The 1715 Fleet Society has held two successful conferences and academic symposiums to showcase information about shipwrecks in the New World particularly those of the 1715 Fleet. The next International Conference is planned to take place in Cuba. Hear comments from people at the most recent symposium about this proposal. Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com. Running time: 2:20.
More honors given at Fleet Society Banquet 2017. Speakers: Maueal & Teresa Almeida Estevez. Running time: 4:32.
Imagine finding sunken treasure worth millions of dollars. Hear about diving in Florida and the gold coins found near the beach. Speaker: Jonah Martinez, Captain, Capitana. Running time: 4:56.
Editor of publication Plus Ultra and longtime treasure enthusiast Ernie Richards is honored at the 1715 Fleet Society banquet for his service to the organization. Speaker: Ernie Richards, Director, 1715 Fleet Society. Running time: 6:16.
The 1715 Fleet Society was founded to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the sinking of the Spanish galleons during a hurricane off the coast of Florida while returning to Spain. Since then the society has become an important source for research and conferences about treasure. Director Ben Costello talks about possible new directions for the society. Speaker: Ben Costello, Director, 1715 Fleet Societ.. Running time: 47:24.
The 1715 Treasure Fleet Society is a group dedicated to the scholarly pursuit of the knowledge about the Spanish fleet of ships that set sail in 1715 and were wrecked by hurricane. Hear people talk about why they are members. Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com. Running time: 2:25.
Hear from a treasurer diver who is only 10 years old and the father who inspired her! Speakers: Kaylees & Jonah Martinez, Captain, Capitana. Running time: 3:52.
If you have ever thought about what is involved in diving for sunken treasure Jonah Martinez knows. He recently recovered more then $1 million worth of gold doubloons off a beach in Florida. Speaker: Jonah Martinez, Captain, Capitana. Running time: 2:41.
The 1715 Treasure Fleet Society held its second international academic symposium in St. Augustine, Florida. Hear from attendees what it was like to attend. Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com. Running time: 3:08.
Garrett Ziss presents a well-researched and interesting paper on the Washington Monument. Speakers: Garrett Ziss. Running time: 34:55.
When a coin is being struck the die doing the striking becomes worn and looses detail. This causes discernable variance in the sharpness of a coin and is of great interest to collectors. Speaker: Jim Matthews. Running time: 22:58.