David Lisot Video Library
David Lisot has been active in numismatic video since the 1980s and has created nearly 2,000 videos.
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Savannah, Georgia based Kin Carmody has thoroughly researched the production of the very rare 1838-O half dollar. His presentation will include new evidence uncovered in the physical analysis of THE CINDERELLA COIN which has led him to some new conclusions that will turn all previous theories UPSIDE DOWN. He closes his program with what he calls "the most astonishing discovery of all!" Speaker(s): Kin Carmody.
Mr. Frost is the President of the Barber Coin Collectors Society and a recognized expert on Barber coinage. His program will focus on the things collectors need to know (grading, pricing, rarity, etc.), and some of the things collectors should, but possibly don't, know about this very popular series. Speaker(s): John Frost.
Each year Numismatic News editor David Harper gives his predictions for the coming year. Will he forecast big profits or big losses? Attendees will be informed, entertained, and surprised by his exciting predictions for the coming numismatic year. Speaker(s): David Harper.
Veteran Florida collector and dealer Robert McDonald has pursued under rated dates in the $10 Liberty series for many years. He share how declines in gold bullion prices have made these items even more attractive, which dates are the true "sleepers," what is the best way to acquire them. Speaker(s): Robert McDonald.
Fund Manager James Passin talks about how he predicted that rhodium would increase in value 300%, the investment potential of gold, platinum and palladium, iridium, and alternative investment strategies including cryptocurrencies. Speaker(s): James Passin.
Mr. Augsburger is the current Vice President of the Liberty Seated Collectors Club and a recognized expert on this highly popular series. He traces the economic circumstances that impacted the production of the Liberty Seated series throughout its long and glorious history. Speaker(s): Len Augsburger.
Features FUN Opening Ceremony 2019 with Randy Campbell, COOL CENTS! from World War II Era with David McCarthy, New Numismatic Ambassadors Honored with coin collecting�s most prestigious award for volunteer service including Tony Bonaro, Michael Ellis, Rod Gillis, Brett Irick, and David, Running an Estate Auction at Your Local Coin Club with Tony Swicer, Don Kagin Runs for ANA President, and David Lisot Presented NSDR Lifetime Achievement. Speaker(s): Randy Campbell.
Tony Swicer, Coin Club Liaison, Florida United Numismatists, David Lisot, Video Producer, CoinTelevision.com. Representatives for many of the Florida coin clubs come to a catered lunch and catch up on all the news about coin collecting for their respective organizations. FUN Club Liaison Tony Swicer offers a short presentation with some great suggestions how to make money for their coin clubs as well. Speaker(s): Tony Swicer.
Mr. Korver, former auction director for Auctions By Bowers & Merena and, later, for Heritage Numismatic Auctions, will trace the historical development of our national motto as it pertains to U. S. coinage. It's a perfect match of numismatics and history! Speaker(s): Robert Korver.
Ms. Zechman, who attends high school in Florida, has been an avid coin collector for the last several years. She's also attended the A.N.A.'s Summer Seminar on two occasions. She has developed some specific ideas concerning the best ways to attract young people to the hobby we all love. Those who truly care about the future of our hobby will be inspired by Abbie's fresh concepts and ideas! Speaker(s): Abbie Zechman.
The speakers are respected numismatic consumer advocates and prolific numismatic authors who have thrilled FUN Convention audiences for over two decades. Today, they'll discuss protection your portfolios, ownership of precious metals, and the merits of ownership of cryptocurrency. Speaker(s): Scott Travers, Maurice Rosen, James Passin.
Often overlooked by currency collectors small size offers some great bank notes many of which can be cherrypicked. Learn how to get involved and the notes that can be found. Speaker(s): Robert Calderman.
Learn about some of the varieties from this desirable silver dollar series from the man who wrote about book about them. Speaker(s): Dick Osburn.
Mr. Fortin is the President of the Liberty Seated Collectors Club and a highly respected expert in the Seated Half series. He discusses not only the scarce and rare dates but also some of the more common issues, too. His tips on grading and pricing are not to be missed! Speaker(s): Gerry Fortin.
Learn about the difference between a variety and an error as well as see examples of some great examples of both US and world coins. Speaker(s): Dr. David Close.
Mr. Roberts is the director of attributions for ANACS grading service. He also writes a monthly column on VAMS in COIN WORLD.What are his favorite VAMS for 2019? Find out in this outstanding educational program. Speaker(s): John Roberts.
In 1878 dies were prepared to strike the first Morgan dollar with the San Francisco mintmark. Only 10 coins were struck and the story is fascinating. Learn about these examples and why they are so prized by collectors. Speaker(s): Peter Burchfield.
The annual gathering of silver dollar enthusiasts features presidential awards, new life members, Don Rinkor as Man of the Year, David Lisot as Lifetime Achievement Award, and much more. Speaker(s): Jeff Wuller.
Five candidates receive coin collecting�s most prestigious award for volunteer service including Tony Bonaro, Michael Ellis, Rod Gillis, Brett Irick, and David Lisot. Speaker(s): David Harper, Host.
Mr. Weinberg, a consultant to many of the leading grading and authenticating services, is considered to be America's leading expert on error coinage. He tells the story of a coin collection he sold to his parents and the extraordinary profits that resulted. Speaker(s): Fred Weinberg.
Learn about investment topics like titanium, counterfeit bitcoins, what percentage of your portfolio in precious metals versus cryptocurrency, where to learn about crypto, should you ETF�s and much more from three of America�s top investment counseling professionals. Speaker(s): Scott A. Travers, Maurice Rosin, James Passin.
Ash Harrison, John Baumgart, Dick Osborn. 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 many topics covered in this informative meeting that's open to new collectors and veterans alike. Speaker(s): Society of Silver Dollar Collectors.
Former COIN WORLD editor Beth Deisher is a leader in the fight against the problem of counterfeiting. Two years after the founding of the Task Force, she will give an update on the progress that has been made and the big challenges that still exist. Speaker(s): Beth Deisher, Director of the Task Force.
Who was the mystery woman who was the model for both of St. Gauden's gold coins and the Walking Liberty Half Dollar? And how was this mystery finally solved? Jacksonville researcher Ray Herz has uncovered the truth. He shares it with those in attendance during this highly entertaining presentation. Speaker(s): Ray Herz.
David Lisot, Host, CoinTelevision.com with Jack Beymer with an 1836 Gobrecht Dollar, Robert Campbell, All About Coins, with a 22 Oz Arizona gold nugget, Margo Essman, Bungalow Blondie, with WWII poster art, Joseph Iorio, President, J&M Coin, with a Canadian $1000 bill, Michael Kabrin, MK BarZ & Bullion, with Pirate silver rounds, Dominic Laiacona, East West Collectibles and tubs of collector coins, Dawn Napolitan, CK Shows, with rings with precious stones, Sol Sanchez, Sanchez Coins & Currency, with an 1899 $5 Indian Chief, Andrew Titley, Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries, "Descended Jennie", block of four stamps, and Daniel Wulkan, Memory Lane, with signed pictures of Natalie Wood and Amelia Earhart. Speaker(s): David Lisot, Host.
A Gobrecht Dollar was sold by family to a local dealer in a fair and honest transaction at what was thought to be fair market value for the coin. Later a letter was discovered indicating the coin was the possession of President Andrew Jackson who had given to the collector's family. This documented pedigree made this particular Gobrecht dollar of enormous value. Hear the story of how the original owner finally regained possession of their family treasure. Speaker(s): John Frost.
Liberty seated coinage was first created by United States Mint Chief Engraver Christian Gobrecht. Future Chief Engravers that continued the design included James Longacre, and William Barber. Each man had some degree of influence of the image. Learn the story of these men and how they were instrumental in this historic series of United States coinage. Speaker(s): John Frost.
This meeting is with in conjunction with the Liberty Seated Fest held at the Whitman Expo in Baltimore. Club officers Bill Bugert, Dennis Fortier, John Frost and other members give club reports, A newly discovered pictured of William Barber is unveiled. The video closes with a telling how important it is to network and use the resources offered by the Liberty Seated Collectors Club. Speaker(s): Gerry Fortin, President.
This is an in depth presentation that covers the Seated dime series including the history of the coinage, ways to collect, key dates, availability of the various dates and grades, which dates are over rated and underrated, references, collector organizations, and more. Speaker(s): John Frost.
This is an in depth presentation that covers the Seated Dollar series including the history of the coinage, ways to collect, key dates, availability of the various dates and grades, which dates are over rated and underrated, references, collector organizations, and more. Speaker(s): John Frost.
Although this coin was only struck for two years it has a surprising number of varieties with 30 different die marriages. Find out why this ill-fated coin was struck everything you need to know to add this coin or series to your collection. Speaker(s): John Frost.
This is an in depth presentation that covers the Seated Half Dime series including the history of the coinage, ways to collect, key dates, availability of the various dates and grades, which dates are over rated and underrated, references, collector organizations, and more. Speaker(s): Alan Welty.
Bill has collected Seated halves for more then 40 years. He shares information on the difficult dates as well as the varieties that can still be cherrypicked. He tells the story of the Confederate New Orleans issue and how to tell the actual coins that were struck. Learn from the expert on this exciting series. Speaker(s): Bill Bugart.
This is an in depth presentation that covers the Seated Quarter series including the history of the coinage, ways to collect, key dates, availability of the various dates and grades, which dates are over rated and underrated, references, collector organizations, and more. Speaker(s): Len Augsburger.
John leads the viewer through the plethora of publications, books, and websites that exist to help numismatists catalog their Seated coins. Speaker(s): John Frost.
The design was used on coinage first with Christian Gobrecht in 1838. It was eventually used for half dimes, dimes, quarters, half dollars, dollars and Trade dollars. This presentation includes the history of the coinage, ways to collect, key dates, availability of the various dates and grades, which dates are over rated and underrated, references, collector organizations, and more. Speaker(s): John Frost.
The Trade Dollar coin was a direct result of the "Crime of 1873." The coin initially received great success in overseas trading until the price of silver dropped and US government demonetized them. Find out the history of the piece, why they are generally scarce, dates and varieties, chopmarks, and how pieces were struck for collectors including some that were unauthorized. Speaker(s): John Frost.
Ken Bressett has been in numismatics for decades. He is the Editor Emeritus, for the Red Book, "A Guide Book of United States Coins." Speaker(s): Ken Bressett, Editor Emeritus, Red Book, "A Guide Book of United States Coins." David Lisot, Video Producer, CoinTelevision.com.
Tom Uram has thrown his hat into the ring to be vice-president of the American Numismatic Association. Tom's numismatic credentials include being on the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee, President of the Pennsylvania Association of Numismatists well as being an ANA Board of Governor. Speaker(s): Thomas Uram, President, Pennsylvania Association of Numismatists and Board of Governor, ANA, David Lisot, Interviewer, CoinTelevision.com.
After 20 years in her role as Executive Director Ute has chosen to become Research Curator for the ANS. Find out what prompted her to make this decision as well as who is likely to succeed her. Speaker(s): Ute Wartenberg, Current Executive Director, American Numismatic Society, David Lisot, Interviewer, CoinTelevision.com.
WIN was founded in 1991 as a network for female numismatists, both newcomers and established collectors. It encourages fellowship and networking among members, and promotes education through speaking engagements and seminars. The group's magazine, Winning Ways, is published three times yearly and features scholarly numismatic articles. www.womeninnumismatics.com. Speaker(s): Charmy Harker, President, Women in Numismatics, David Lisot, Video Producer, CoinTelevision.com.
Nine police officers were killed at police headquarters in Milwaukee. Sargent Henning is a retired officer who compares the 2011 attack on the World Trade Towers to this earlier act of terrorism. Strangely the police were not intended for the bomb. You will be surprised who was. Speaker(s): Sgt. Ken Henning, Retired.
Beth Deisher gives an update on the work being done to combat counterfeiting in the numismatic marketplace. Speaker(s): Beth Deisher, Anti-Counterfeiting Coordinator.
Map collecting is growing in popularity. Similar to banknotes maps combine great images, colors, and representations of historical time periods that relate to numismatics. Speaker(s): Sammy Berk.
Veteran numismatist and lecturer Andy Kimmel talks about what you really need to know to be savvy as a coin collector and investor. Speaker(s): Andrew Kimmel.
Mitch Ernst, President & Brett Irick, Exhibit Chairman, Rick Snow, Clifford Mishler, Sower Award, Medal of Merit, Michael Curan, Charmy Harker, Q. David Bowers Dealer Award, Isaiah Hageman, Bradfield Finner Award, Waterson, Peoples Choice, Irv Brauer, First Time Exhibitor, Best of Show, Thomas Uram. Speaker(s): Mitch Ernst, President.
This was the 80th annual convention for the Central States Numismatic Society. David Lisot brings highlights of the show with interviews including Kevin Foley and why CSNS 2019 Coin Convention in Schaumburg Continues to Draw Collectors and Dealers, Thomas Uram Announces Plans to Run for American Numismatic Association Vice-President, Chris Bulfinch New Numismatic Reporter for Coin World, a Father-Son Team Shares Passion for Coin Collecting. Speaker(s): Mitch Ernst, President, Central States Numismatic Society, David Lisot, Interviewer, CoinTelevision.com.
The story of Prohibition in the United States goes back to the early 1800's until finally implemented in 1920. Started by women the movement against alcohol gained strength both socially and politically. Hear this story of the Anti Saloon League and more. Speaker(s): Alexander Tebben.
Ken Bressett is the Editor Emeritus, for the Red Book, "A Guide Book of United States Coins." In his decades in numismatic publishing he has seen the coin hobby grow into the industry it is today. His stories are sure to entertain and inform. Speaker(s): Ken Bressett.