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The goal of the Newman Numismatic Portal is to create the world’s most comprehensive online encyclopedia of American and Colonial coinage, currency, realia, and related correspondence and published literature. Materials from the Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society’s coin collections and supporting reference libraries will be digitized along with Washington University Libraries’ collections and made freely available to an online community of scholars and enthusiasts.



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Jun 18, 2022 Charles Davis
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Charles Davis auction sale of numismatic literature, closing October 30, 1989. 32pp, 585 lots. Includes a fixed price list with items designated A through AJ, and an article by Robert Wester, "The Vermont Numismatic Society 1877-1881." Prices realized are appended at the end of the catalog.
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May 20, 2022 Witter Coin
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Seth Chandler interviews John Albanese, who discusses nine coins that did not meet CAC certification standards.
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Mar 1, 2022 Numismatic Literary Guild
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Vol. 64, no. 1.
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Feb 21, 2022 Numismatic Bibliomania Society
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Spring 2022 issue. Articles: BiblioFiles. "Dr. John Francis Rainey." Samuel S. Rowe. "My Red Book Collection (update)." Thomas D. Harrison. "Paul Wittlin and His Innovative Grading Scale." Scott H. Miller. "Defining the Irreplacable." Douglas Ward. "The American Numismatic Association of 1909 as Viewed through its Membership Applications from 1907 to 1910." BiblioFiles. "Austin Goodwin Andrews." Joel J. Orosz. "ASSOCIATIONS:...
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Feb 11, 2022 American Numismatic Association
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March 2022 issue. Feature articles: Jerry Bobbe. "Coinage in a Time of Plague: The Fantastic Reform Follies of Flavius Justiniamus." David McCarthy. "The Myth of the Continental Dollar, Part 3." Michael T. Shutterfly. "Coinage of the First Real Empress."
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Feb 8, 2022 Numismatic Literary Guild
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Vol. 64, no. 1.
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Feb 1, 2022 Active Interest Meda
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Vol. 71, no. 2, February 2022.
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Jan 24, 2022 American Numismatic Association
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Vol. 135, no. 2. Articles: Schenkman, David. North Carolina's First Currency Printer. Bair, Bob. The Golden Legacy of Czar Nicholas II. Pallares, Jan Pierre. Captain Aaron Treat Crane & His St. Louis Post Office Paper Money.
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Jan 17, 2022 Professional Coin Grading Services
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John Dannreuther is one of the numismatic world's most highly esteemed coin dealers. An original founder of PCGS, he explains the origins of the company, that in part, began with discussions over Red Book pricing. One of Dannreuther's most noteworthy numismatic accomplishments was co-founding Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) in 1986. It began as a book project when he, David Hall, Bruce Amspacher and Gordon Wrubel met after coin shows to discuss writing a series of numismatic texts on...
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2022 Professional Coin Grading Service
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An 1804 Dollar, 1838-O Reeded Edge Half Dollars, Wreath and Chain Cents, and 1796 Quarters are among the early U.S. coins that Lee mentions in this episode... but early gold is his favorite - like the 1796 2 1/2 Stars. From looking at the Minshull Trading logo, can you determine which coin's reverse his official logo was derived from? (Watch for the answer.)
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2022 Professional Coin Grading Service
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A valued member of the PCGS Set Registry, Walt Husak is an avid early copper and large cent collector/specialist, who has showcased his stunning array of Large Cents (1793-1814) at numerous coin shows over the years. The public has marveled at his collection which was on display at the September 2021 Long Beach Expo, and at the time this video is released will be represented in the PCGS Set Registry Copper Faceoff at the Central States Numismatic Society Convention in Schaumburg, IL April...
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2022 American Numismatic Association
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Vol. 135, no. 1. Articles: Banning, Edward. Canadians in the Early American Numismatic Association. Schenkman, David. John Gadsby and His Indian Queen Tavern. Kreis, John F. The Roots of the Charter Oak Half Dollar.
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2022 Professional Coin Grading Service
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PCGS's inception was in 1986 and blossomed from the idea of guaranteeing the authenticity and grade of U.S. coins. This revolutionary concept allowed for certified coins to be bought and sold sight unseen, whereas before pricing and grading were subjective based on dealers and collectors needing to view the coin in person. Certified coins enabled increased trading volume in the market, making the hobby/industry much more efficient. Find out how four friends and prominent numismatists developed...
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2022 Professional Coin Grading Service
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This episode of Slab Lab gives unique insight into path that led to Steve Feltner to landing his first role with PCGS as a professional coin grader. Hear the advice of his mentors and professors, how participating in advanced grading at the ANA Summer seminar honed his skill set, and what it's like behind the scenes of the PCGS grading room.
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2022 Professional Coin Grading Service
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The final installment of Slab Lab with John Dannreuther, one of the top coin dealers and collection curators in the industry - is HERE. We have some incredible coins on display in this episode, along with JD's advice on how to build a stunning collection. See these coins and the discussion surrounding the 1794 $1 that sold in a private transaction for $12 million in January 2022, a 1954 Proof Franklin Half Dollar, 1841 Proof Quarter Eagle from the Smithsonian Institution, and a 1921 Satin...
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In December 2002, Martin Logies released a publication on Bust Dollars (as used as a reference guide by PCGS) titled, "Early Dollars: A Pocket Guide to Major Varieties." This was later published in a larger format, and included on earlydollars.org A myriad of stunning coins are on display in this episode, including the Silver Libertas Americana Medal whose history involves one of the Founding Fathers of the United States - Benjamin Franklin. As France was instrumental in helping the...
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2022 Active Interest Media
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Vol. 71, no. 1, January 2022.
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2022 Pacific Coast Numismatic Society
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Herb Miles describes the life and times of Ulysses S. Grant and a souvenir from the farewell dinner held for him in San Francisco.
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Bill Hyder tells the story behind the trade tokens of the Swiss Hotel.
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2022 Professional Coin Grading Service
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In this episode of Slab Lab, hear all about early market acceptance of PCGS graded coins, the development of "no grade" codes, "details", and "genuine designations", and how to develop and hone your coin grading skills. Learn more about "No Grade" codes here: https://bit.ly/3h2Dvsp
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2022 Professional Coin Grading Service
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Walt Husak certainly has a knack for knowing when to buy and sell coins. He has a great sense of timing and intuitive sense for the coin market. Some of the best coin advice we've received on Slab Lab is right in this episode - "Take your time, but buy it when it's available." Upon identifying what the right coin is, time is of the essence once it surfaces in the market. A collector for over 65 years, Walt is known for building one of the most complete collections of early American...
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PCGS Director of Numismatic Education & Grading Team Leader, Steve Feltner, joins us in this episode of Slab Lab. Steve recalls his first ANA Summer Seminar and the knowledge gained from being in a room full of passionate collectors. Where his love for coins and people intersect, Steve aims to perpetuate the hobby for young numismatists just as collectors did for him when he was a young kid starting out in the industry.
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The final installment of our interview with Steve Feltner, PCGS Director of grading and education is here. See pieces from his personal collection, including one of his very first purchases- a 1929-S quarter PCGS certified in an "old green holder" a PCGS XF45 George Washington funeral medal, a quick lesson on pioneer gold and the California Gold Rush, and more.
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2022 Pacific Coast Numismatic Society
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Douglas Ward describes the mysteries and provenances surrounding the ultrarare 1922 high relief proof Peace dollars and the connection to PCNS.
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2022 Pacific Coast Numismatic Society
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Michael Wehner tells the story of a contemporary collection of slot machine tokens kept by Henry F. Muller, a San Francisco saloon keeper. He presents evidence that the tokens circulated across town and even wider.
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2022 Professional Coin Grading Service
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Lee Minshull, President of Minshull Trading is a rarities expert and one of the leading U.S/World Coin marketeers. Lee is in the wholesale business, providing a vast array of numismatic products to retail sales platforms. He became a coin dealer at the age of 14 years old!! Hear him talk coins, his personal favorites and a must-hear sales tactic for young numismatists considering a career in numismatics.
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Dec 20, 2021 Professional Coin Grading Service
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Martin Logies is one of the foremost authorities on early dollars. In 2004 he released a book on the series, "The Flowing Hair Silver Dollars of 1794." Logies is the director and curator of the Cardinal Collection Education Foundation, a non-profit helping foster appreciation for early coinage. The collection boasts a stunning array of large cents, early copper, a 1792 Half Disme (PCGS MS68), and flowing hair and bust dollars. Numerous coins (and their images) are discussed in this...
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Dec 6, 2021 Professional Coin Grading Service
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Congressman Jimmy Hayes served as Chairman of the Medals Committee in 1993 and 1997, and was on the committee in 2001 and 2005, working with the U.S. Mint to create inaugural medals and artwork commemorating presidents. In this episode, hear which coins (and medals) Jimmy considers his favorites he has ever owned, and how he acquired them.
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A dissertation submitted to Kent State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Christian M. Lengyel, December 2021. Nationalism studies have recently increased in popularity, and particularly those focused on the era of the U.S. Civil War. But for all the attention scholars have given to this specific area of research, no single investigation exists that directly compares and contrasts the visual patriotic impulses of the North and the...
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Dec 1, 2021 Active Interest Media
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December 2021 issue.
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Dec 1, 2021 Numismatic Bibliomania Society
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Winter 2021 issue. Articles: Pete Smith. "Edward Tomlinson Fort (1961-2021)." David F. Fanning. "Published Numismatic Articles by E. Tomlinson Fort." BiblioFiles. "Edward Banning." David Lange. "The Origin of Coins  Magazine." David F. Fanning. "The Legacy of Grand Duke Georgii Mikhailovich." Joel J. Orosz. "ASSOCIATIONS: Autographs / Annotations / Inscriptions / Charles Ira Bushnell's Flandin's Catalogue of Coins and Medals: Part I, The...
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Dec 1, 2021 Medal Collectors of America
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Vol. 24, no. 4. Articles: Wacks, Mel. 2021 Jewish Hall of Fame Medal. Navarro Zayas, Ángel O. Design of a Commemorative Medal. Tsitrin, Lev. Who Made It. Howes, Jack and Siboni, Roger. A Census of Betts-614. Siboni, Roger and Rosen, James. Further Observations on the Continental Dollar. Sallay, John and McMahon, Patrick. The Continental Dollar: Some Observations and Suggested Research. Miller, Scott. Observations on the Design of the Continental Dollar. Fagaly, Robert and Lopez, Tony J....
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Dec 1, 2021 Numismatic Literary Guild
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December 2021 issue. Includes biography of Ed McClung (1921-1995) by Pete Smith.
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Nov 24, 2021 Pacific Coast Numismatic Society
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Jason Macario tells the story of the 1901 theft of $30,000 in gold coin from the Old San Francisco Mint (The Granite Lady) and the alleged perpetrator, Chief Clerk, Walter N. Dimmick.
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Nov 22, 2021 Professional Coin Grading Service
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James (Jimmy) A. Hayes has been a robust collector and scholar of U.S. coins and exonumia (medals and tokens) since a young age. His focus has included early type coins and patterns, and his affinity for history made pursuing rarities that much more exciting to him. Jimmy graduated from Tulane Law School and practiced law early on in his distinguished career. He served as Congressman for Louisiana District 7, 100th-104th from 1987-1997. Listen to Mr. Hayes' approach to obtaining a number of his...
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Nov 8, 2021 Professional Coin Grading Service
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Slab Lab Episode Four continues with Part Two, discussing one of the PCGS Set Registry's top collectors of Flowing Hair (Early Dollars) and Gobrecht Dollars, amongst other exquisite Type Sets that encompass Mark Hagen's collection. New collectors and dealers are always prone to making mistakes when starting out in the hobby or business. What is one mistake, oversight, or challenge you've come across - whether it's business related or as an early collector? Drop a note in the comments below for...
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Nov 1, 2021 American Numismatic Association
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October 2021 issue.
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Oct 27, 2021 Pacific Coast Numismatic Society
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Michael Wehner explores the Mexican War of 1846 through the medals awarded to the Generals.
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Oct 26, 2021 Patrick A. Heller
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Extract of October 26, 2021 issue, including Patrick A. Heller's article "$1 Trillion Coin: Can the U.S. Mint Do It?"
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Oct 25, 2021 Professional Coin Grading Service
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Mark Hagen is a diverse collector through and through. He is the architect of six magnificent PCGS Registry sets, one of which ranks #1 current finest: the Dollar Type Set (1794-present). From Mercury Dimes and Morgan Dollars to Continental Currency - hear Mr. Hagen's approach to a number of challenging and exquisite rarities. No matter what size budget you are working with, Mark's advice on how to formulate a wonderful set is prescient.
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Oct 18, 2021 kelli west
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Oct 18, 2021 kelli west
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Oct 14, 2021 kelli west
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Oct 14, 2021 kelli west
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Oct 13, 2021 kelli west
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Oct 8, 2021 kelli west
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Oct 5, 2021 Professional Coin Grading Service
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Dive into Dr. John Noel's stunning collection of Silver Commemorative Coins from 1892-1954, inclusive of all dates and mint mark specimens. The 144-piece set portrays Presidential commems, politicians, national monuments, statehood anniversaries, and more. Dr. Noel is the owner of the top ranked PCGS Registry Set for the 50-piece Type set, AND 144-piece collection, none rated higher! He makes the case for why collectors should embark on the rich history lessons of U.S. coins, and to not...
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Oct 1, 2021 Active Interest Media
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October 2021 issue.
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Sep 21, 2021 Numismatic Literary Guild
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NLG Newsletter for September 2021, including results of the annual writer's competition.
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Sep 20, 2021 Professional Coin Grading Service
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John Brush, who joined David Lawrence Rare Coins in 2006 as a result of his dedication and work ethic, climbed the ranks to become the current president of the firm. He has been instrumental in assisting Dell Loy Hansen in assembling his magnificent collection of U.S coinage inclusive of relatively common high grade coins to a number of the most extreme rarities and collections such as the 1804 Draped Bust Dollar in PCGS PR62, an 1885 Trade Dollar PCGS PR65+CAM, and his 1854-S Half Eagle in...
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Sep 1, 2021 Medal Collectors of America
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Vol. 24, no. 3. Articles: Scher, Stephen. Heraldry and the Art of Medals. Oppenheim, Michael. Canada's Victorian Numbered Indian Treaty Medals. Rezak, Ira. Theodore Spicer-Simson (1871-1959). Navarro-Zayas, Ángel O. Design of a medal for merits contracted in Cartagena de Indies (1813-1815). Tsitrin, Lev. Who's the Horse, and Who's the Dolphin? Rodriguez, Robert, and Lopez, Tony J. The 1783 Treaty of Paris, Betts-614: A Census Study Kling, Steve. East India: Lead Seals
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Sep 1, 2021 Numismatic Bibliomania Society
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Autumn 2021 issue, including reports from Numismatic Bibliomania Society events at the August 2021 American Numismatic Association convention.
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Sep 1, 2021 Active Interest Media
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September 2021 issue.
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Sep 1, 2021 Florida Token Society
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Vol. 46, no. 3. September 2021.
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Aug 30, 2021 Professional Coin Grading Service
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In Part Three of Slab Lab Episode One, we dive into the online age of collectibles, and the expansion of Heritage Auctions from primarily coins and banknotes to comic books, sports and entertainment memorabilia, and more. Plus, hear advice for collectors at all stages and levels.
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Aug 25, 2021 Pacific Coast Numismatic Society
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The job of shearing sheep is difficult and requires considerable skill. In the Americas, sheep shearers were typically paid by the number of sheep they sheared and/or the amount of wool produced, rather than the hours worked. This pay took the form of tokens, which could be exchanged for goods and services. Speaker: Frederico Castillo.
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Aug 16, 2021 Professional Coin Grading Service
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In the second installment of Slab Lab, Jim Halperin details how he navigated the coin market in the 1980s, his strategy as a young coin dealer buying and selling inventory, and his creation of the first private grading service to educate the public on how to grade by a set standard (and why it ultimately closed with the arrival of PCGS). Hear how his foresight, and talents aligned with partner Steve Ivy, to create a numismatic powerhouse.
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Aug 16, 2021 Rittenhouse Society
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Periodic newsletter, edited by Dennis Tucker. Post-ANA convention edition.
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Aug 12, 2021 Liberty Seated Collectors Club
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Interview with Norma McCloskey, conducted by Garrett Ziss at the 2021 World's Fair of Money in Rosemont, IL. 
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Aug 12, 2021 Liberty Seated Collectors Club
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Oral history interview with Roy Ash at the World's Fair of Money in Rosemont, IL. Conducted by Garrett Ziss on behalf of the Liberty Seated Collectors Club.
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Aug 10, 2021 Rittenhouse Society
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Pre-ANA convention edition, edited by Dennis Tucker.
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Aug 2, 2021 Professional Coin Grading Service
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Jim Halperin is the co-chairman and co-CEO of Heritage Auctions, one of the largest numismatic auction houses specializing in coins, currency, and comic books, which changed the collectibles industry. Jim shares how he got his start in the hobby and business as a young numismatist - owning his first stamp shop at the age of 16 and quickly gaining traction as a coin dealer due to his entrepreneurial prowess.
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Aug 1, 2021 Active Interest Media
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August 2021 issue.
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Jul 30, 2021 Numismatic Literary Guild
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Vol. 63, no. 4. Pre-ANA edition.
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Jul 28, 2021 Pacific Coast Numismatic Society
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PCNS member Charlie Catlett tells the tragic story of the Lodz ghetto through the token coinage made and used there.
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Jul 25, 2021 Rittenhouse Society
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Edited by Dennis Tucker.
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Jul 12, 2021 Rittenhouse Society
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Periodic newsletter of the Rittenhouse Society, edited by Dennis Tucker.
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Jul 5, 2021 Amos Media
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Weekly publication of Amos Media.
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Jul 1, 2021 Wayne Homren
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Gerry Tebben, editor of The Centinel , interviews Wayne Homren on a number of numismatic subjects.
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Jul 1, 2021 Wayne Homren
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Transcript of Wayne Homren interview, by Gerry Tebben, editor of The Centinel .
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Jun 28, 2021 Amos Media
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Weekly publication of Amos Media.
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Jun 28, 2021 Medal Collectors of America
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Vol. 24, no. 2.
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Jun 24, 2021 Dennis Tucker
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Rittenhouse Society newsletter, edited by Dennis Tucker.
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Jun 23, 2021 Pacific Coast Numismatic Society
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Dr. Donald Kagin explores US paper money issued during the War of 1812.
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Jun 21, 2021 Amos Media
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Weekly publication of Amos Media.
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