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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The Oriental Numismatic Society (ONS) was founded in 1970 to foster interest in the study and collection of all series of oriental coinage, from North Africa and Muslim Spain to the Far East. At the annual meeting held at the New York International Numismatic Convention new information on Islamic coinage was announced. There are more than one hundred dissertations in Arabic from 1960-2019 on Islamic coins, a list of 200 books in Arabic on Islamic numismatics, more than 560 articles in Arabic available. There is also information on 9000 Arabic coins from a museum in Kuwait and how to access material from the Egyptian National Library. In addition new books have been published entitled, "Islamic History through Coins", and "Coins of the Princely State of Jaipur." Speaker(s): Jere Bacharach & Pankaj Tandon.
Sponsored by Oriental Numismatic Society. The Oriental Numismatic Society (ONS) was founded in 1970 to foster interest in the study and collection of all series of oriental coinage, from North Africa and Muslim Spain to the Far East.
This lecture with PowerPoint highlights a very specialized area of numismatics. Speaker(s): Bilal Ahmed.
Countermarking on the Bosporus Straits Coin Revalidation at Byzantium and Chaldecdon During the Hellenistic Period
Sponsored by the New York Numismatic Club. This area of numismatics was doctoral thesis presented some years back by Constantin Marinescu. He has updated his research and presents new evidence about this niche of ancient coinage. Speaker(s): Constantin Marinescu.
The problem of governments encroaching on the right to trade in coins and antiquities continues. Hear the latest developments. Speaker(s): Peter K. Tompa, Executive Director ACCG.
Sponsored by NYINC Board of Governors. This lecture with PowerPoint highlights a very specialized area of numismatics. Speaker(s): Michael Markowitz.
The Oriental Numismatic Society (ONS) was founded in 1970 to foster interest in the study and collection of all series of oriental coinage, from North Africa and Muslim Spain to the Far East. This lecture with PowerPoint highlights a very specialized area of Indian numismatics. Speaker(s): Dr. Ujjwal Brian Saba.
The Oriental Numismatic Society (ONS) was founded in 1970 to foster interest in the study and collection of all series of oriental coinage, from North Africa and Muslim Spain to the Far East. This lecture with PowerPoint highlights a very specialized area of numismatics. Speaker(s): Aleksandr Naymark.
The Oriental Numismatic Society (ONS) was founded in 1970 to foster interest in the study and collection of all series of oriental coinage, from North Africa and Muslim Spain to the Far East. This lecture with PowerPoint highlights a very specialized area of numismatics. Speaker(s): John Deyell.
Sponsored by British Numismatic Society. The British Numismatic Society is the leading organization for the study of coins, medals, jettons and paper money of the British Isles, the Commonwealth and other territories that have been subject to British rule. In this presentation former ANS Curator talks interesting British coins. Speaker(s): Robert W. Hoge.
Sponsored by Medal Collectors of America. Some beautiful and very scarce medals were issued during the early 1600's in the war between the Netherlands and Spain. One engraver is of particular interest. Speaker(s): Andrew Absil, Numismatist, Schulman, b.v. Amsterdam.
David travels to the New York International Numismatic Convention to talk to dealers and collectors about world coins. He shows you what a coin show is really like in another "walkabout" at the NYINC. He talks to Italian dealer Alberto Pettinaroli, collector Simcha Kuritzky, ancient coin dealer John McIntosh, ancient coin dealer Shanna Schmidt, numismatic author Robert Levinson, currency expert Aris Maragoudakis, and NYINC Convention Chairman Kevin Foley. Speaker(s): David Lisot, Host, CoinTelevision.com.
Sponsored by Association of Dedicated Byzantine Collectors. One of the more interesting areas of Byzantine coinage is discussed by researcher Michael Markowitz. Speaker(s): Michael Markowitz.
The 1715 Fleet Society is all about treasure. Their third conference is taking place in Havana, Cuba. Find out about the society and the upcoming Havana trip March 23-27, 2020 coordinated by ASC International USA, contact person, Dana Reed, 813-319-7095. Speaker(s): Ben Costello, Director, 1715 Fleet Society, David Lisot, Interviewer, CoinTelevision.com.
In a miraculous appearance Ben Franklin visited the FUN Coin Convention in Orlando. With a backdrop of Independence Hall Mr. Franklin gives sage advice to collectors of all ages. Speaker(s): Patrick McBride, as Ben Franklin, David Lisot, Video Producer, Coin Television.com.
Florida United Numismatists, Inc. is an organization dedicated to involving and growing the numismatic community both in Florida and throughout the world. We achieve this through our annual FUN and Summer FUN Conventions, The Young Numismatists (YN) Program, our Listing of Member Dealers and Clubs and the quarterly FUN Topics Magazine publication. Speaker(s): David Lisot, Producer, CoinTelevision.com.
Numismatist David Lisot walks around the Florida United Numismatists Coin Convention and sees FUN President Bob Hurst, Ben Franklin, Abe Lincoln, numismatic exhibits and lots of coins! Speaker(s): David Lisot, Host, CoinTelevision.com.
David Lisot shares some of the educational displays at the Florida United Numismatists in Orlando including Brooks County Scrip and Georgia's Lonely Lady. Speaker(s): David Lisot, Host, CoinTelevision.com.
The annual FUN Coin Convention took place in Orlando January 9-12, 2020. President Bob Hurst welcomed attendees and introduced American Numismatic Association President Steven Ellsworth and the FUN staff who help put on the show. Then the ribbon is cut and the show opens to the public. Speaker(s): Bob Hurst, President, Florida United Numismatists, David Lisot, Video Producer, CoinTelevision.com.
Doug Davis is a law enforcement professional who have devoted his career to the numismatic industry, He is founder of the Numismatic Crime Information Center and also Director of the Anti-Counterfeiting Educational Foundation. He explains the role of the Anti-Counterfeiting Educational Foundation while graciously accepting a donation from the National Silver Dollar Roundtable. Speaker(s): Doug Davis, Anti-Counterfeiting Educational Foundation, David Lisot, CoinTelevision.com.
Don tells about website, advertising opportunities, the use of social media and how NSDR members can benefit. Speaker(s): Don Rinkor, Vice President, National Silver Dollar Roundtable.
Coin grading mavin and CAC founder John Albanese is honored by NSDR most coveted award. Speaker(s): John & Marlene Highfill, Presenters, David Lisot, Video Producer, CoinTelevision.com.
The National Silver Dollar Roundtable bestowed one of its most prestigious awards on former American Numismatic Association President and longtime coin dealer Jeff Garrett. Speaker(s): Jeff Garrett, Mid America Rare Coin, David Lisot, Video Producer, CoinTelevision.com.
John discusses member roster while Marlene shares about new members. Generous NSDR members fund a young numismatist to go to American Numismatic Associate Summer Seminar. Speaker(s): John & Marlene Highfill
The 2020 NSDR started by a special prayer delivered by Abraham Lincoln (Dennis Boggs). President Jeff Wuller the talked about his goals for the organization. Speaker(s): Jeff Wuller, President, National Silver Dollar Roundtable.
Producer, CoinTelevision.com. The NSDR President at their discretion may give out a Presidential Award to whomever they see fit. This year's awards go to John Highfill and Don Ketterling. Speaker(s): Jeff Wuller, President, National Silver Dollar Roundtable, David Lisot, Video Producer, CoinTelevision.com.
Don relates National Silver Dollar Roundtable finances and talks about income from members and sponsors. He presents a donation to Doug Davis, head if the Anti-Counterfeiting Educational Foundation. Speaker(s): Don Ketterling, Treasurer, National Silver Dollar Roundtable.
Beth Deisher was Editor of Coin World newspaper for decades and recently stepped down from a pivotal role with the Anti-Counterfeiting Educational Foundation. She has been a positive force in numismatics for years. NSDR honors her with Woman of the Year. Speaker(s): Marlene Highfill & Don Ketterling, Presenters, David Lisot, Video Producer, CoinTelevision.com
Women in Numismatics coordinates a plethora of activities for both men and women in the coin collecting hobby. Hear their plans for upcoming events. Speaker(s): Charmy Harker, President, Women in Numismatics, David Lisot, Video Producer, CoinTelevision.com.
Mr. Frost, the President of the Barber Coin Collectors Society, is a recognized expert on Barber coinage. Today, he will focus on the things that collectors need to know to get maximum enjoyment out of their Barber dime experience. His segment on the famous 1894-S Barber dime has new research on why the dimes were made. Speaker(s): John Frost.
Mr. Johnston, the Vice-President and Managing Director of the Currency Division at Heritage Auctions, will discuss the nuts-and-bolts of conducting a major Paper Money auction. He takes you through consignment to financial settlement. Speaker(s): Dustin Johnston
Every year former "Numismatic News" editor David Harper gives his predictions for the coming year in numismatics. Will gold go way up? Will silver collapse? Which coin series will do the best? Dave Harper has the answers in this highly entertaining and sometimes surprising program. Speaker(s): David Harper.
Mr. Calderman, a specialist and dealer in US small-size type notes discusses the current trends in small size notes and the future of this paper money specialty. He talks about the demise of one grading service and the rise of another and how that has affected the market and more. Speaker(s): Robert Calderman
Florida United Numismatists President Bob Hurst open the show and David Lisot walks around the bourse floor and sees coin grading, silver dollars, $1000 & $5000 bills, kids, gold panning, Ben Franklin and Abraham Lincoln, Pre-Columbian art, junk boxes, treasure coins, ancient coins and much more. Speaker(s): Bob Hurst, President, Florida United Numismatists, David Lisot, Interviewer, CoinTelevision.com.
The speakers are highly respected numismatic consumer advocates and prolific numismatic authors who have thrilled FUN audiences for over two decades. They discuss the role that gold should play in your numismatic portfolio in these highly turbulent times as well as storage of your coins, insurance, cryptocurrency and much more. Speaker(s): Scott Travers, NLG, and Maurice Rosen, NLG.
There is a plague of counterfeit coins coming out China. Virtually every kind mof coin is being faked. Mr. Walker, a serious collector for over 15 years, has made a special project out of the study of Chinese counterfeits. He discusses the means and methods he has used to detect these dangerous fakes. He also provides key diagnostics collectors can use to detect them. Speaker(s): Tom Walker
The speakers co-authored the landmark "Liberty Seated Dollars, a Registry of Die Varieties." In this presentation the speakers examine the estimated number of survivors highlighted by the extremely low survival rates of most dates in the series. Tips on the best ways to collect Seated dollars are included. Speaker(s): Dick Osburn & Brian Cushing.
Mr. Calderman is a specialist and dealer in U. S. small-size type notes. He shares how to find the notes that others may not notice or care that are worth more than you might think! Speaker(s): Robert Calderman.
Researcher extraordinaire, Mr. Ray Herz of Jacksonville, will present an overview of perhaps America's greatest chief sculptor-engraver, the one and only James B. Longacre. Longacre is famous for creating more denominations than any other man who held this position. But that is only a small part of his legacy. Mr. Herz has the complete story in this comprehensive analysis of this numismatic legend. Speaker(s): Ray Herz.
Presented by Society of Silver Dollar Collectors. SSDC is the premier collector organization dedicated to the study of Morgan and Peace Silver Dollar varieties. In this very technical lecture a special variety is examined on the 1889 Morgan silver dollar. Speaker(s): Peter Burchfield & Chris Simpson.
Mr. Gillis, the current director of education for the American Numismatic Association, has insights into the best ways to manage and settle anyone's coin collection. All collectors need to make these preparations. Speaker(s): Rod Gillis.
Dr. Close's programs on variety coin collecting include Morgan and Peace dollars, world coins and more. Learn how to identify varieties many of which are not generally known to the numismatic market. Speaker(s): Dr. David Close
The annual of the National Silver Dollar Roundtable Banquet includes the Presidential Awards to John Highfill and Don Ketterling , Gary Adkins Award to Matt DeRoma, Don Rinkor discusses NSDR 5 Year Plan, Jeff Garret awarded Man of the Year, John Albanese receives Lifetime Achievement, Beth Deisher Woman of the Year, Doug Davis and much more. Speaker(s): Jeff Wuller, President, National Silver Dollar Roundtable.
Mr. McDonald provides a broader examination of the overall gold market. He then gives specific dates in US $20 Liberty gold coins that he believes may be undervalued. Speaker(s): Robert McDonald
For well over a decade this meeting of silver dollar variety collectors has been held at the January FUN Convention. Awards are presented and club business is discussed. Both veteran collectors and new collectors will appreciate volume of information that's available about silver dollars through the SSDC. Speaker(s): Ash Harrison, President.
Ms. Zechman gives ground-breaking programs designed to get young people into numismatics. This presentation offers suggestions that she believes will keep young people active in the hobby we all love. Speaker(s): Abby Zechman
The creation of the commemorative half dollar struck in 1925 for the Stone Mountain Memorial was used as a item to promote white supremacy and the KKK. Find out about this fascinating tale of America history told by historian and numismatist John Kraljevich. Speaker(s): John Kraljevich.
For the 42nd consecutive year, Randy Campbell will present his views on the dollars you should be looking to buy in the coming numismatic year. Mr. Campbell, the senior grader for ICG grading service in Tampa, is a 3-time former president of FUN and a former president of the National Silver Dollar Roundtable. His Top 20 picks for 2020 will include a few surprises! Speaker(s): Randy Campbell, NLG.
John is the director of attributions for ANACS grading service. He also writes a monthly column on VAMS for "Coin World". What are his 12 favorite VAMS for the coming year? Find out from one of the very best in the coin business. Speaker(s): John Roberts.
Mr. Weinberg, a consultant to most of the leading authentication services, is considered America's top expert on error coinage. In this presentation he talks about current news and auction results regards error coins. He then shares stories about classic and interesting error coins including the 1974 aluminum cent, "back door" items that got out of the Mint, and much more! Speaker(s): Fred Weinberg.
It took him more than 30 years to effort and finally Stewart has one of the finest collections of Indian and Flying Eagle cents ever assembled. See some of his best coins and find out what it takes to have the best! Speaker(s): Stewart Blay