Pacific Coast Numismatic Society (Multimedia)
Pacific Coast Numismatic Society (PCNS) meeting presentations. This content is restricted on NNP; it may be accessed via the PCNS YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBiiUpWdG2DB5XKSm74_gCw, link verified 5/2022).
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8 entries found for [year:2020]
1249th meeting of the Pacific Coast Numismatic Society, May 27, 2020. "Big trouble on Lower State Street, Santa Barbara," by PCNS Fellow Bill Hyder.
1250th meeting of the Pacific Coast Numismatic Society, June 24, 2020. "The Mystery of the Cornerstone," by PCNS president Jason Macario.
Architectural drawings of the Granite Lady, presented by Paul Turner. 1251st meeting of the Pacific Coast Numismatic Society, July 22, 2020.
Presentation by Herbert Miles, PCNS past president and distinguished member. Herb describes the historic 1957 integration of Central High School in Little Rock Arkansas. He also describes the symbolism of the silver dollar commemorating its 50th anniversary.
Federico Castillo explores the countermark on Cuban coins.
Scott Safe explains the medals and private gold issues of Colorado and the Pike's Peak gold region.
PCNS Fellow Bill Hyder tells us about the cigar makers of Santa Cruz, California and their tokens.
PCNS Fellow and Past-president Stephen Huston describes the history of important pandemics from ancient to modern times and their effects on coinage, society and economies.