Creator of the video Lost And Found: The Nova Constellatio Set. See also http://colonialcoins.org/c4media/ for a group of videos related to colonial coins (link verified 12/2019).
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Lianna Spurrier examines the evolution of the U.S. cent from 1793 to the present day.
If you look beyond the US, there are plenty of oddly-shaped coins n the world that can be fun to collect. Here are a few with some interesting stories!
Why did America have a two cent piece? Three cent pieces? A twenty cent piece? All of these coins seem superfluous is today's society, but most of them made a lot of sense when they were first introduced.
Nero is remembered as a bloodthirsty, ruthless, and immoral ruler. But was he really that bad? His coins say maybe not.
Welcome to the 2019 World's Fair of Money! Held in Rosemont, Illinois, this major show is one of the highlights of the year for numismatists. Today we take a look at US coins and the show as a whole. Follow along the rest of the week to take a look at other aspects of the show!
Video report from the American Numismatic Association convention in Rosemont, IL, for August 14, 2019. Today we take a look at the world and ancients section, world mints, and visit lot viewing for Heritage and Stack's Bowers.
Today we talked to a dealer with some particularly interesting items, discuss the food options at the show, and attend a couple auctions, including the sale of an 1894 S dime.
Today we take a look at all the displays at the show - collector exhibits, the ANA museum showcase, the Department of the Treasury, you name it!
It's the last day of the show! We asked around to see how the show went for some other people, and I give some of my thoughts at the end.
Video of the "Invasion of Champaign," a tour of the Dan Hamelberg numismatic library held August 18, 2019, following the American Numismatic Association convention in Rosemont, IL. Produced by Lianna Spurrier, under sponsorship of the Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society.
Robert Rodriguez speaks on the authenticity of the Morris so-called silver center cent. See also https://archive.org/details/1792SilverAndNonSilverCents.
Eric P. Newman was an accomplished numismatic researcher, author, and collector. This video highlights his 1959 publication, The Secret of the Good Samaritan Shilling.
See also Newman's research file for this topic, at https://nnp.wustl.edu/library/archivedetail/534124.