Creator of the video Lost And Found: The Nova Constellatio Set. See also https://colonialcoins.org/c4-videos/ for a group of videos related to colonial coins (link verified 2/2023).
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Throughout his decades of research, Eric P. Newman contributed to countless different areas of numismatics. One such area was Hard Times Tokens; unofficially issued in the late 1830s to create small change for commerce, they were poorly documented. Newman solved some of the mysteries regarding this highly varied series, with a special focus on the "Am I Not a Man and a Brother" token.
The original publication by Eric P. Newman is at https://nnp.wustl.edu/library/book/512500.
Beginner's guide to Newman Numismatic Portal, including a video demo of the main site features. Written and produced by Lianna Spurrier.
In December 2019, two coins went missing somewhere between being shipped from Gerry Fortin Rare Coins and a customer in Maryland. Soon, the same two coins walked into Julian Leidman's shop.
April Fools video for 2020, produced by Lianna Spurrier. The premise is that a pair of 1913 nickels were located during the renovation of the former residence of Eric P. Newman.
Yellow fever periodically threatened United States Mint operations in the 1790s. In this video, Lianna Spurrier provides historical context and explores impacts of the contagion on the day-to-day life of the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia.
An overview of Eric P. Newman's efforts to discover the origin of the dollar sign. Newman's publication on this topic is at https://nnp.wustl.edu/library/book/512704.