David Lisot Video Library
David Lisot has been active in numismatic video since the 1980s and has created nearly 2,000 videos.
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This literal pantheon of top numismatists discusses the more esoteric aspects of collecting Bust half dollars covering such topics as, Bust Half Dollar Die State Studies, Multi-Struck Bust Halves, and Pictorial Attribution Technique of Bust Halves.
Brad Karoleff discusses new areas of investigation for Bust half die marraiges and explains the value of a good reference library.
David Finkelstein talks about the hair curls on the coins of 1812 in die emission sequence and what other iinformation can be determined.
Glenn Peterson gives a quiz on die varieties using examples of the most prominent and desirable coins. He explains why Overton is not always the best source for identification.
This tape is a must for any advanced collector. Lecture with slides.
Speaker(s): Brad Karoleff, Dave Finkelstein, & Dr. Glenn Peterson.
J.T. Stanton is the author of one of the most popular books in numismatics, "The Cherry Picker's Guide to Better Die Varieties." In this slide lecture presentation using over 70 photos, and with the same attention to detail he displayed in his Coin Photography program, Stanton shows you among many things:
how strike doubling occurs
what to look for on shield nickels and Indian cents
how to distinguish:
RPM's from strike doubling
worn dies from strike doubling
strike doubling from double dies
Speaker(s): J.T. Stanton.
David Sundman is president of Littleton Coin Company, one of the oldest mail order coin businesses. Let him teach you that the mail can be one of the best and safest ways to build your collection.
Speaker(s): David M. Sundman.
World War II changed the face of the earth in many ways. Numismatics is one of them. Surprisingly so, this is an area of collecting which is still young and quite affordable. "I absolutely love the historic value of WW II numismatic material!" says White, who has been in numismatics for over two decades. In this video, White will teach you:
what economic impact war had on countries and how that is reflected in each country's coinage
what was emergency coinage
what message the Canadian victory nickel has minted around its rim in Morse code
why the famous two reich mark piece was discontinued when the war started
about occupation coins
about German access military currency
German and British counterfeit currency
PLUS a few valuable tips on Nazi medal collecting
Speaker(s): Gordon White.
Various stages of coin production provided by the United States Mint.
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In the series on Sacramento Public Broadcasting Service collectibles expert David Lisot show all kinds of great collectibles including error coins, commemorative, banknotes, watches, steamer trunks, antique advertising, costume jewelry, and more.