The Coin Show Podcast
Podcast with hosts Matt Dinger and Mike Nottelmann. The home page is https://coinshowradio.com (link verified 6/2023).
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On this episode of The Coin Show Matt brings us a report from the FUN show, the cast makes some predictions for 2011, and Mike takes a look at collecting coins by series in Coins 101. As always, we also bring you our comments on the news. Join us for the long overdue first episode of 2011!
On this episode of The Coin Show we interview sculptor and coin designer Daniel Carr. Matt talks about the best ways to buy bullion gold and silver. As always, the news.
On this Episode Matt discusses 2-cent pieces, we discuss collecting Lincoln Cents, we answer our first ever listener question, a classic commemorative coin quiz and of course, some news.
This episode includes an interview with Jim Bucki, columnist for the ANA's "Numismatist" magazine. Matt brings us the first look into his Commemorative Collector's Notebook and as usual, the news.
On this episode we look back at 1909 and the launch of the Lincoln Cent, We answer a listener question, Matt discusses when to send a coin to have it certified and Carlton talks about Swiss Shooting Thalers.
On this episode Matt re-opens his Commemorative Collector's Notebook, we answer a few listener questions, Carlton takes us to the Isle of Pitcairn, and we discuss silver in the news.
On this episode Matt and I discuss our trip to the Central States Numismatic Show in Chicago, we answer another listener question, and we discuss collecting US Mint sets. We also open up a new challenge/contest to our listeners.
On this episode of Carlton tell us about his new Lusitania Medal, Matt discusses Martha Washington pattern coins and we discuss collecting grading sets. We also briefly cover the latest US Mint Releases.
On this episode of The Coin Show, we bring you a dose of numismatic news, Matt gives us the low down on $2.5 Indian Head Gold coins, and Carlton presents his review of the Cherrypickers' Guide to Rare Die Varieties. Send some questions to us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can answer them on the next show!
On this episode we discuss a sure-fire way to make money in coins, Carlton takes us to the Straits Settlements, and Matt and Mike talk about collecting short sets. This episode features new music. Enjoy!
On this episode Matt discusses collecting coins from the "Atocha", Carlton shines his numismatic spotlight on Notgeld Notes, we answer a listener question, and of course, some news.
On this episode we discuss big news in the 1933 Double Eagle saga, Matt gives tips for selling on eBay, Mike talks about collecting Jefferson War Nickels, and we preview our trip to the ANA's World's Fair of Money.
We finally made it to 25 episodes and we are bringing a special report to our listeners. Carlton and Mike attended the World's Fair of Money in Chicago and fill Matt in on their experiences. Also, an overview of the 1804 dollars by Mike and, of course, the news. Thanks for listening for 25 episodes!
On this episode we talk about Roosevelt dimes, discuss supplies needed to start your coin collection, we hear "What walked Into Matt's Shop" and of course, the news.
On this episode: We Like ike! Matt and I give the rundown on the much maligned Eisenhower Dollar, Matt tells us what walked into his store this week, we discuss the coins of Puerto Rico, and as always, the news.
On this episode Matt brings us the world's largest coins, we play a commemorative coin game, Matt tells us "What Walked Into His Shop" this week and as always, the news.
On this episode Matt bring us the story of the Classic Head Large Cent, Mike reviews Coin World Almanac, we find out "What Walked Into Matt's Store This Week", and as always, our take on the news. This is a pretty meaty episode, We hope that you enjoy!
On this episode of The Coin Show we discuss Emergency Notes of World War II, collecting Kennedy Half Dollars and Matt tells us "What Walked Into My Shop This Week" and we discuss the news. Enjoy!
On this episode of The Coin Show Matt revisits his Commemorative Collector's Notebook, we hear the story of the Bicentennial Quarters, and of course, the news.