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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Interview with John Adams, Boston numismatist, by Len Augsburger and Joel Orosz. Topics from Adams collecting career include the influences of dealers David Bullowa and Lester Merkin, Adams' recollection of large cent collectors William Sheldon, Ted Naftzger, and Doug Smith, Adams' publications including United States Numismatic Literature (vols. I-II), Medallic Portraits of Admiral Vernon, and Comitia Americana and Related Medals, and Adams institutional affiliations including American Numismatic Society and Massachusetts Historical Society. Adams further discusses the importance of social interaction within numismatics, touching on his relationships within the Medal Collectors of America and the Numismatic Bibliomania Society.
Video production by Lianna Spurrier.
New evidence surrounding the Continental Dollar from contemporary and archaeological sources emerges.
Ken Bressett, Guide Book of United States Coins editor, is interviewed by Len Augsburger and Joel Orosz. Topics include Bressett's early days as a collector and his experience as a coin photographer. Bressett discusses his working relationship with Guide Book founder Richard Yeoman and the Guide Book philosophy of reporting the coin market without leading it. Bressett later worked for the American Numismatic Association in a number of capacities and continues today as Guide Book editor emeritus. Video production by Lianna Spurrier.
Video recap of the 2021 American Numismatic Association World's Fair of Money, featuring the Tyrant Collection and interviews with John Brush, John Dannreuther, Jeff Garrett, Bob Evans, Jesse Kraft, and Ian Russell. This event was held in Rosemont, IL, August 10-14, 2021.
This episode features a wide ranging discussion with Beth Deisher, Coin World editor from 1985-2012. From her time in Iran as a member of the International Farm Youth Exchange to working against counterfeiters in her “retirement,” Deisher offers opinions on the evolution of coin collecting and the related media coverage over the last generation. Deisher played an important role as an advocate for coin collectors in Washington, D.C., and was instrumental in the formation of the States Quarters program and the Citizens Coin Advisory Committee. Deisher has had an insider’s view of the legislative activity related to the U.S. Mint and reveals tidbits such as Donna Pope’s crash course in numismatics upon her appointment as Mint Director in 1981.