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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Chelsea Highfill is one of the bright stars in numismatics. She also happens at be a woman. The National Silver Dollar Roundtable has given her one of its highest awards. Speaker: Randy Campbell, NSDR Presenter.
David Harper has been editor of the publication Numismatic News for decades. He has devoted his whole adult life to the coin business. The Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) devotes its whole existence to bettering the coin trade. NSDR honors them both. Speaker: Presenter Harry Miller.
The problem of counterfeit coins, especially silver dollars, is of concern to the NSDR and its membership. The Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) is the"watchdog" of the numismatic industry champions to the solution to the problem of counterfeit coins. Speaker: Kathy McFadden, Executive Director, ICTA, President Jeff Wuller, President, Don Ketterling, Treasurer, National Silver Dollar Roundtable.
Veteran coin dealer and current ANA President receives one the National Silver Dollar Roundtable's highest awards. Speaker: Presented by Harry Miller.
The problem of counterfeit coins, especially silver dollars, is of concern to the NSDR and its membership. The Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) is the "watchdog" of the numismatic industry champions to the solution to the problem of counterfeit coins. Speaker: Kathy McFadden, Executive Director, ICTA.
John Highfill was author and editor for "The Comprehensive U.S. Silver Dollar Encyclopedia." The Society for Silver Dollar Collectors gave John one of its highest awards. Speaker: Presenter Harry Miller.
Includes new life memberships, membership report, website committee report, and President's five year vision. Speaker: President Jeff Wuller, President, National Silver Dollar Roundtable.
Recipients include Don Rinkor, Marlene Highfill, Don Ketterling, and Matt DeRoma. Speaker: President Jeff Wuller, President, National Silver Dollar Roundtable.
Coin shows are not just for coin collectors. A coin show must be dealer friendly as well. The Florida United Numismatists convention is just such a show. Interviewer: David Lisot., CoinTelevision.com.
CoinTelevision's "Coin Warrior", David Lisot, peruses the aisles of the Florida United Numismatists Tampa Convention to find the coolest items in numismatics! He finds a few items featuring John Bremer, 1869 $1 Fr. 18 Legal Tender $1 "Rainbow Note' PCGS AU58, 1891 Fr. 299 Silver Certificate $10 "Tombstone Note" PCGS EF45, Greg Dunnam, 1900 Lafayette $1 coin slider AU58, and Arnold Miniman, 1799 Bust $1 PCGS VF30. Interviewer: David Lisot., CoinTelevision.com.
Fred Weinberg is a consultant for several major grading service and is considered to be America's leading expert on error coinage. He shows and tells the story of the 1851 $20 Liberty struck on a large cent planchet error and how it showed up at the Florida United Numismatists Convention in Tampa. Speaker: Fred Weinberg, Error Coin Specialist.
With John Bremer, Nancy Case, Greg Dunnam, Arnold Miniman, and Bernie Ososky. Membership in the Florida United Numismatists offers collectors and dealers many benefits. Learn why being part of a coin club is an important part of being in the hobby. Speaker: David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com, Interviewer.
The problem of counterfeit coins, especially silver dollars, is of concern to the NSDR and its membership. The Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA) is the "watchdog" of the numismatic industry champions to the solution to the problem of counterfeit coins. Speaker(s): Kathy McFadden.
The Industry Council for Tangible Assets is the watchdog for the rare coins, currency, and precious-metals bullion communities. Donations are important to the organization. A new non-profit has been set up to allow more ways to give to the organization. Speaker(s): Beth Deisher & Philip Diehl.
Most coin convention opening ceremonies are basic events that announce what will be going on at the show. This year's Florida United Numismatists Tampa Convention featured a ceremony that stirred the hearts of just about everyone in one of the largest opening coin show crowds ever. Speaker(s): Bernie Ososky & Nancy Case, Convention Chairpersons, Florida United Numismatists. David Lisot, Interviewer, CoinTelevision.com.
Started in 1964 this award honors the people who have contributed to the coin collecting hobby. This year's recipients include Steve & Ray Feller, Brad Karoleff, Tom Mulvaney, Dennis Tucker, and Tom Uram. Speaker(s): Tony Swicer & Clifford Mishler.
The theme to this year's FUN Coin Convention was "March to FUN". Randy Campbell gives opening remarks ending with a never-before-done patriotic display sure to move hearts. Speaker(s): Randy Campbell, President.
The Internet is becoming more important to the selling of coins. One auction firm specializes in Internet sales. Learn why. Speaker: Alfredo De La Fe, Owner.
ADBC was formed in 1991 and is a rapidly growing group of people who are interested in Byzantine coins and Byzantine history. Meet some of its members at the membership meeting held at the New York International. Speaker: Prue Fitts, President, Association of Dedicated Byzantine Collectors.
A major convention specializing in ancient and world coins takes place in Chicago at the Palmer House April 19-22, 2018. Speaker: Harlan Berk, Convention Sponsor.
Including Steve Hill, Great Britain 1642 Gold Triple Unite, Alfredo De La Fe, Greek Silver Tetradrachm of Alexander the Great, Harlan Berk, Croesus Lydia gold coin stamped with lion and bull, Paul Bosco, German Box Medal Commemorative 1730 Augsburg Confession, and 1925 French Silver Art Deco Medal of the International Exposition of Decorative Arts. Interviewer: David Lisot., CoinTelevision.com.
With Harlan Berk, Paul Bosco, Alfredo De La Fe, and Steve Hill. Interviewer: David Lisot., CoinTelevision.com.
People proclaim that the New International is the most well attended and best place to do business for ancient and world coins. Part of the reason for the success of the show is the team of people who are in charge. Kevin Foley, who heads up that that team, has years of experience in promoting numismatic events. He shares what makes the New York International Convention so successful. Speaker: Kevin Foley, Convention Chairman, NYINC.
Catherine Bullowa was a woman in a man's world. Listen as Tony Terranova remembers her with being with 1964 Professional Numismatist Guild directors Dan Brown, Ben Dresky, Abe Kosoff, Lester Merkin, Charlie Wormser, and Leo Young. Speaker: Anthony Terranova.
Association of Dedicated Byzantine Collectors. Special time in the 12th century when a king issued coinage and the ramifications thereof. Speaker: Robert D. Leonard, Jr..
Sponsored by the New York International Numismatic Convention. Kyle Ponterio continues his research into countermarked coins of the world. Speaker: Kyle Ponterio.
Ancient Coin Collectors Guild. Various countries of the world are making it more difficult to own historical items especially numismatics and antiquities. Hear the latest information. Speaker: Peter Tompa.
Sponsored by the Oriental Numismatic Society. An esoteric subject about an esoteric coinage created by esoteric rulers. Speaker: John Deyell.
This is a difficult area even for the scholars. Hear the research of Dr. Michael Bates. Speaker: Michael Bates.
Sponsored by the New York Numismatic Club. The colony of Australia needed coinage for circulation some they used the currency of the time to create a special issue. Speaker: Colin Pitchfork.
Stories include Agora Auctions Specializes in Internet Sales, Byzantine Collectors Meet at New York, Chicago Coin Expo for World Coins to be at Palmer House, Cool Coins & Currency, New York International Coin Convention Attracts Collectors Worldwide, NYINC Keeps People Coming back...Why, and a Tribute to Catherine Bullowa. Interviewer: David Lisot.
Sponsored by British Numismatic Society. Rome issued a plethora of coinage in and relating to Great Britain. Told by David Vagi literally wrote the book on Roman coins and their prices. Speaker: David Vagi.
Sponsored by the Oriental Numismatic Society. Everything you ever wanted to know about this area of numismatics. Speaker: Aleksandr Naymark.
2018 marks the 126th anniversary of the birth of Charles Barber's coinage. This presentation discusses some of the works of Mr. Barber, the birth of the three series that bear his name, and the grading and collecting of these series both by date and by type. Speaker: Ray Herz.
The Charlotte Mint was a branch mint for the United States that struck many rare gold coins. Hear the story of this mint from the early 1800's and some of the great coins created. Speaker: Ray Herz.
Mr. Harper, the editor of Numismatic News, annually makes his forecast in January for the coming numismatic year. Will gold and silver take off in 2018? Will the coin market outperform the precious metals? Find out in this sometimes humorous and always entertaining forecast for the coming year in our hobby. Speaker: Clifford Mishler.
Cool Coins & Currency, Coin Dealers Explain Why They Come to FUN, FUN 2018 Tampa Coin Convention Commercial, Opening Ceremony, "March to FUN" Tampa Coin Convention Features Patriotic Theme, FUN Members Extoll Virtues, Numismatic Ambassadors Honored, Error Coin Worth Half Million Surfaces at FUN Coin Convention. Speaker: David Lisot.
There are doubled dies, repunched mint marks (RPM's), and over mint marks (OMM's) in the Lincoln cent series that may be undervalued. There still major varieties waiting to be discovered. Dr. Elliott, a researcher of this series, shares examples of the things you can find. Speaker: Dr. David Elliott.
The Morgan Dollar was created in 1878. The mint at Carson City struck the coin with many varieties. See examples of these varieties from VAM expert John Roberts. Speaker: John Roberts.
Mr. Fivaz discusses what it takes to qualify to be a professional grader at one of the major third-party services. Topics include points to look for to determine Chinese and other counterfeits, authenticity of key coins, whether a gold coin is genuine, and the difference between strike and die doubling. Speaker: Bill Fivaz, NLG.
Audiences at the two prior January FUN Conventions were thrilled by parts I and II of Dr. Close's program on variety collecting. Part III may be his very best program ever! If you have an interest in varieties, this may be the program for you! Speaker: Dr. David Close.
Mr. Roberts is the director of attributions for ANACS. He also writes a monthly column on VAMS in Coin World. Find out in this outstanding educational program. Speaker: John Roberts.
Jeff Wuller, President, National Silver Dollar Roundtable. Chelsea Highfill Receives NSDR 2018 Woman of the Year, David Harper & ICTA Receive NSDR 2018 Lifetime Achievement Awards, Gary Adkins Receives NSDR 2018 Man of the Year Award, ICTA Gives NSDR Anti-Counterfeiting Taskforce Update, Jeff Wuller Gives Out NSDR 2018 President Awards, John Highfill Presented 2018 A. George Mallis Memorial Award, NSDR Donates to ICTA to Help Combat Counterfeit Coins.
Mr. Fortin is the president of the Liberty Seated Collector's Club and a highly respected expert in the Seated Quarter series. Today, he'll discuss not only the scarce and rare dates, but also some of the more common dates. His tips on grading, pricing, and underrated dates are not to be missed. Speaker: Gerry Fortin.
Arizona dealer Rick Snow is the author of the landmark Flying Eagle & Indian Cent Attribution Guide (Eagle Eye Rare Coins, Inc., 2014). He's also a consultant to several of the major grading and authentication services. Today he focuses on a grading system that can be used for a wide range of coins. Speaker: Rick Snow.
For the 40th consecutive year, FUN President Randy Campbell, the senior authenticator/grader for Independent Coin Graders (ICG), will offer his views on where the dollar market may be heading in the coming year and how you may profit from those trends. He tells you what not to buy, what to avoid, how to buy wisely, and specific silvers dollars he thinks will be winners in the future. Speaker: Randy Campbell.
Ash Harrison, President, Society of Silver Dollars Collectors.
Again, the FUN Convention is the site for this meeting of silver dollar variety enthusiasts. Information on recent discoveries and their approximate values will be among the topics covered in this informative meeting that is open to new collectors and veterans alike. Speaker: Ash Harrison.
Society of Silver Dollars Collectors meeting. Some esoteric knowledge about one date and mint mark of Morgan dollar. Speaker: John Baumgart.
Former FUN President Tony Swicer has been president of the Palm Beach Coin Club for over 30 years! He knows exactly what collectors need to avoid to keep the "FUN" in coin collecting. Speaker: Tony Swicer.
Mr. Bonser is a well-respected professional dealer (and a former full-time grader) from central Florida. Each year, Mr. Bonser entertains his audiences with a combination of humor and folksy logic. As usual, some of his specific picks will be unorthodox in nature. But they could also be big winners in 2018! Speaker: Don Bonser.