The March 2021 Newman Numismatic Symposium video presentations have now been archived on the site and posted for viewing and downloading to all. https://nnp.wustl.edu/library/multi...2021&take=50
Some of my favorites this year were;
Surpassing Eliasberg: The Story of DLRC
and the D.L. Hansen Collection, by John Brush
The Case for Variety Attribution in Certified Grading,
By David Lange
Early American Paper Money, by Ray Williams
Collecting American Historical Medals: How to Define and Build a Meaningful Cabinet, by John Kraljevich
Collecting American Colonials 101: Holding History in Your Hands, by James Glickman
Early Spanish Colonial Counterstamps Identified on Coins Found in San Juan, Puerto Rico, by Roberto Munoz-Pando
The Early Days of Online Numismatics, by Wayne Homren, Jim Halperin, George Cuhaj, and Craig Whitford
There are still a few I missed as the EAC and the C4 groups were all having their annual meetings the same weekend, as well as the auctions. With Covid -19 forcing us to all meet online instead of in person, it made for an over abundance of numismatic events that weekend. I knew the NNPS would be archiving all of their presentations and hosting them later, so I had to choose to miss a few which I can now catch up on.
Free to all - no need to sign up or pay for any of these.
"Buy the Book Before You Buy the Coin" - Aaron R. Feldman - "And read it" - Me 2013! ANA
Life Member #3288 in good standing since 1982, EAC Member #6202, NBS Member, 2¢ variety collector.
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