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American Numismatic Association (Money Talks)

Radio segments produced by the American Numismatic Association beginning in October 1992. Segments were two and a half minutes long. The executive producer was James Taylor and the narrator ("Ana, the ANA genie") was Phyllis Pflegar. Sponsors included Heritage, Superior, PNG, Coin World, Coins Magazine, Numismatic News, and Western Publishing. Digitized from cassette tapes loaned by Wayne K. Homren. See also Money Talks: A Radio Program on the History and Lore of Money (ANA, 1996). 

 

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    Money Talks 10/1/1992

    Money Talks

    ANA Money Talks programs for October 1992, as follows:


    ANA Money Talks (no. 1): Odd & Curious Money Including Yap Stones and Copper Plates, written by James Taylor.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 2): Coinage of the Bar Kokhba Revolt, written by David Vagi.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 3): A Ten-Dollar Note Featuring the Buffalo, written by Gene Hessler.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 4): U.S. Mints and Mintmarks on Coins, written by David Vagi.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 5): B. Max Mehl, Samuel Brown, and the 1913 Liberty Nickel, written by David Vagi.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 6): The Columbian Exposition Commemorative Half Dollar, written by Anthony Swiatek.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 7): Odd Denominations in the U.S. Coinage Series, written by Charles Surasky.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 8): The Silver Penny of William the Conqueror, written by Scott Rottinghaus.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 9): Cherry Picking for Fun and Profit, written by Bill Fivaz.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 10): Alaskan Trade Tokens, written by Ken Bressett.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 11): Money in the American Confederation Period, written by John Kraljevich.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 12): The Spread of French Republic Decimal Coinage, written by Richard Doty.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 13): Half Dimes and American Silver Coins, written by Charles Surasky.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 14): The Susan B. Anthony Dollar and the Twenty-Cent Coin, written by Charles Surasky.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 15): Evasion and Counterfeit Halfpence in Britain, written by Matthew Rockman.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 16): Charles Martel and the Defense of France, written by Chris Connell.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 17): Theodore Roosevelt and American Coin Design, written by Charles Surasky.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 18): Reformation Coinage, written by Richard Doty.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 19): Circulating Five and Ten-Cent Pieces in 1929, written by Donn Pearlman.
    ANA Money Talks (no. 20): Coinage of Transylvania, Including Vlad the Impaler, written by David Lisot.


    ANA Money Talks (Demo Tape) 10/31/1992

    ANA Money Talks (Demo Tape)

    ANA Money Talks demo tape featuring four presentations: 


    Odd & Curious Money, Including Yap Stones and Copper Plates, written by James Taylor.
    A Ten-Dollar Note Featuring the Buffalo, written by Gene Hessler.
    B. Max Mehl, Samuel Brown, and the 1913 Liberty Nickel, written by David Vagi.
    The Columbian Exposition Commemorative Half Dollar, written by Anthony Swiatek.

    Creation date is approximate; all of these programs were produced in October 1992.

    Money Talks 11/1/1992

    Money Talks

    ANA Money Talks programs for November 1992, as follows:


    November 2 (no. 21): The Transition from Silver to Clad Coinage, written by James Stoutjesdyk.
    November 3 (no. 22): Presidential Campaign Medals in 1860 and 1896, written by Barbara Gregory.
    November 4 (no. 23): A Common European Currency, written by Frank Van Valen.
    November 5 (no. 24): Overdated Coins, written by Richard Doty.
    November 6 (no. 25): The Gold Ducat of Venice, written by Robert Leonard.
    November 9 (no. 26): Postage Stamp Currency in the Civil War, written by Robert Leonard.
    November 10 (no. 27): Martha Washington on Paper Money, written by Gene Hessler.
    November 11 (no. 28): Congressional Medals of Honor, written by Fred Schwan.
    November 12 (no. 29): The Eid Mar Coin, written by Matthew Rockman.
    November 13 (no. 30): Federal Paper Money in the Civil War, written by Gene Hessler.
    November 16 (no. 31): Production of Hammered Coinage, written by Scott Rottinghaus.
    November 17 (no. 32): The 1849 Double Eagle, written by Charles Surasky.
    November 18 (no. 33): The Sommer Islands Hogge Money, written by Robert Leonard.
    November 19 (no. 34): Early Byzantine History, written by Chris Connell.
    November 20 (no. 35): The Kennedy Half Dollar, written by Charles Surasky.  
    November 23 (no. 36): Trial Pieces of the Columbus Company, written Gerald Tebben.
    November 24 (no. 37): The Counterfeiter Emanuel Ninger (c. 1846-1924), written by Gene Hessler.
    November 25 (no. 38): Ptolemaic Coins, written by Kerry Wetterstrom.
    November 26 (no. 39): Massachusetts Bay Colonial Silver Coinage, written by David Vagi.
    November 27 (no. 40): Clipping and Crosses on Coins, written by Matthew Rockman
    November 30 (no. 41): Different Coin Denominations in the U.S. Series, written by David Vagi.


    Money Talks 12/1/1992

    Money Talks

    ANA Money Talk series for December 1992, as follows: 


    December 1 (no. 42): California Fractional Gold Coinage, written by Robert Leonard.
    December 2 (no. 43): Coinage Featuring Hercules, written by Kerry Wetterstrom.
    December 3 (no. 44): Civil War Merchant and Patriotic Tokens, written by Gerald Tebben.
    December 4 (no. 45): U.S. and World Santa Claus Bank Notes, written by Barbara Gregory.
    December 7 (no. 46): World War II Hawaii Notes, written by David Vagi.
    December 8 (no. 47): Counterstamped Coins, written by Gerald Tebben.
    December 9 (no. 48): Coinage of the Byzantine Emperor Irene, written by Chris Connell.
    December 10 (no. 49): Early American Paper Money, written by Frank Van Valen.
    December 11 (no. 50): One-Dollar Coins in the U.S. and Canada, by David Vagi.
    December 14 (no. 51): The New Testament Tribute Penny, written by Kerry Wetterstrom.
    December 15 (no. 52): Elias Boudinot: U.S. Mint Director, written by John Kraljevich.
    December 16 (no. 53): The Boston Tea Party, written by Arthur Fitts.
    December 17 (no. 54): Byzantine Coinage, written by Chris Connell.
    December 18 (no. 55): Coins of Judah Maccabee, written by David Vagi.
    December 21 (no. 56): British Counterfeiting During the Revolution, written by Arthur Fitts.
    December 22 (no. 57): Zodiac Signs on Ancient Coins, written by Kerry Wetterstrom.
    December 23 (no. 58): The Federal Reserve Act, written by Bob Van Ryzin.
    December 24 (no. 59): The Denier of Charlemagne, written by Richard Doty.
    December 25 (no. 60): Coins of Constantine, written by Robert Hoge.
    December 28 (no. 61): Medals of the 1843 Gwalior Campaign written by Matthew Rockman.
    December 29 (no. 62): Irish Gun Money, written by David Vagi.
    December 30 (no. 63): Odd Denomination U.S. Coins, written by Gerald Tebben.
    December 31 (no. 64): Anti-Slavery Tokens of the 19th Century, written by David Vagi.




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