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i.e. ANA09-001
ANA = American Numismatic Association (see SPONSORS)
09 = 2009 (year of production)
001 = Number of the video produced that year

1089 videos checked, 24 videos found
Benefits of Third Party Grading
Don Willis
      Don Willis is president of the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS).He shares new developments on the PCGS website along with the benefits offered by third party grading.
  Length: 52:32
  Catalog #MSSW09-001
  Price: $24.95
     

Case for Beautifully Toned Coins
Andrew W. Kimmel
      Toning can increase the value of a coin or it can make it undesirable to own. Learn about this controversial area of numismatics from one of its well known speakers. Lecture with slides.
  Length: 78 min.
  Catalog #FUN96-002
  Price: $24.95
     

Coin Grading Basics for Beginners
Will Robins
      Few things in this hobby are more important that knowing how to grade coins. Learn basic grading skills that will set you on the path to more knowledge and involvement in numismatics.
Will Robins is the 2008 ANA Young Numismatist of the Year.

  Length: 58:18 min.
  Catalog #ANA09-022
  Price: $24.95
     

Coin Grading Mini-Seminar
Mary Sauvain
      Learn all the basics of coin grading from Mary Sauvain who was a grader for the American Numismatic Association Certification Service (ANACS) until 1990. She explains in detail how to get a basic idea of your coin's grade. This tape gives a basic overview of how a professional coin grader looks at a coin and is necessary for any person who desires to become a serious numismatist! Lecture with slides.
  Length: 107 min.
  Catalog #ANA89-319
  Price: $24.95
     

Coin Grading for Beginners
William Robins
      Will is a vest-pocket dealer and collector of gold coins & numismatics of the French Revolution. Using large, high-resolution images, you will learn how to better recognize wear patterns, learn the roles that luster and strike play, and learn how to arrive at a proper grade for a coin. This video is best for beginner and intermediate level graders.
  Length: 47:05 min.
  Catalog #ANA10-024
  Price: $24.95
     

Comparison of Market and Technical Grading
Moderator Mark Borckardt, Denis Loring, Gordon J. Wruebel, William R. Conway
      The difference between market and technical grading affect not only conceptual terms but also valuation of the coin being graded. This area of controversy is no more polarized than between market based third party grading and the technical grading of the Early American Coppers group.
In this discussion format you will hear and see:
  • Mark Borckardt, session moderator and longtime EAC member referee this historic and frame questions for the participants
  • Bill Conroy, representing Numismatic Guaranty Corporation give the perspective of third party grading
  • Denis Loring, longtime EAC member who learned how to grade large cents from the original Dr. Sheldon, the father of technical grading
  • Gordon Wruebel, one of the original founders of the Professional Coin Grading Service as well as longtime EAC member who discusses how to bridge the differences between the two grading systems
  • explanations about how each organization grades a coin and what criteria are used
  • questions from the audience who address any issues not covered

  Length: 104:10 min.
  Catalog #EAC08-002
  Price: $24.95
     

Current Pricing of Toned Coins
Andrew W. Kimmel
      Gorgeously toned coins have fetched mind-boggling prices at recent auctions. Have prices gotten too high? How can beginners protect themselves from artificial toning? Andrew Kimmel is a well known dealer of these multicolored gems and and gives some compelling insights into this colorful world of collecting toned coins.
  Length: 59:50
  Catalog #FUN03-001
  Price: $24.95
     

Detecting Counterfeit and Altered U.S. Coins
J.P. Martin
      Coin expert, J.P. Martin, teaches you what to look for to spot the phonies of most major U.S. type coins. Full-screen pictures show examples of type coins, rare dates, gold, and commemoratives. Every coin collector and dealer needs this information. This is a special double DVD set that includes the most information ever offered about counterfeit detecttion on a video. 2 DVD set.
  Length: 160 min.
  Catalog #ANA93-010
  Price: $49.95
     

EAC Coin Grading
Chuck Heck
      Check Heck has been involved with the Early American Coppers Club for many years. He is a specialist in large cents and is publishing a book about 1794 cents. He communicates that EAC grading is different from the commercial grading used by the major third party grading services. This grading system was created by Dr. Sheldon and evolved into the language used today. In this video you will see and learn:
  • How Sheldon created his grading system
  • What factors affect the grade
  • Work done by Jack Robinson to create more language to grade large cents
  • Example of coins and what specific areas to consider

  Length: 52:43 min.
  Catalog #FUN11-001
  Price: $24.95
     

Grading Mint-State U.S. Coins
J.P. Martin
      The American Numismatic Association has created the best video on grading mint-state coins available. Hosted by J.P. Martin, grader, numismatist, and authenticator for the ANA Authentication Bureau (ANNAAB), you'll see and hear what to look for to be able to grade like a professional. Emphasis is on Morgan/Peace dollars and U.S. gold coins. Location footage and full-screen pictures make this video necessary for every numismatist.
  Length: 88 min.
  Catalog #ANA92-003
  Price: $24.95
     

How Coins are Graded at PCGS
Rick Montgomery
     
  Length: min.
  Catalog #PNG97-003
  Price: $24.95
     

How to Detect Artificial Toning
Robert Campbell
      The coin doctors are hard at work to deceive you with beautifully colored coins. Learn all about toning from Robert Campbell, ANA authenticator and Regional Coordinator. He explains what toning is and how to tell natural from artificial. Lecture with slides.
  Length: 45 min.
  Catalog #ANA94-001
  Price: $24.95
     

How to Grade Early U.S. Coppers
Denis W. Loring
      No area of numismatics is more controversial than grading, and no coins are harder to grade than early US. copper. How does technical grading differ from market grading? What are EAC standards, anyway? How do they compare to those used by the slab services? What role do surfaces play? Color? Strike? Eye appeal?
  Length: 53 min.
  Catalog #ANA93-037
  Price: $24.95
     

How to Tell Artificial Toning On Coins
H. Robert Campbell
      Long time coin expert, collector and past president of the American Numismatic Association, Bob Campbell, tells all about toned coinage. There is much to know about this colorful area of numismatics including:
  • why coins may have been intentionally toned
  • what first and second generation toning are
  • what is air transfer toning and why it happens
  • why rainbow toning is so desirable and rare
  • the progression of coloration
  • why the bags of Morgan dollars produced toned coins
  • using logic to determine whether toning is authentic
  • the toning sequence
  • pricing of toned dollars
  • examples of genuine toning
  • other coin series that are likely to be found toned
  • examples of artificial toning and frosting
  • take a test to see if you can spot artificial toning
Lecture with slides.

  Length: 120 min.
  Catalog #MRC01-001
  Price: $24.95
     

Jefferson Nickels; Grading, Step Count, and Varieties
Bill Fivaz
      America's favorite numismatist covers all the relevant information about America's five-cent series. He discusses grading, counting the steps, varieties and more in this slide presentation. You will see and learn:
* the history of Jefferson nickel collecting
* what examples of each grade look like from MS65-extra fine
* how grading has evolved from technical to market grading
* the importance of luster
* how to count "steps" and examples of each possible combination
* rarity of many dates for full steps
* cuts, nicks and ticks and how they affect grade and value
* the cause of bridges
* the ten most popular over dates, doubled mintmarks and die varieties
* great question and answer with the audience

  Length: 48 min.
  Catalog #ANA04-005
  Price: $24.95
     

Large Cents 101
Denis Loring, New York, NY
      This introduction to the world of large cents is aimed at any numismatist, beginning or advanced, whose interest is expanding to the early coppers. Topics include the different ways one can collect large cents, grading, pricing, preservation and storage and large-cent literature. The speaker is a founding member of the Early American Coppers Club and has been its national secretary. Lecture only.
  Length: 44 min.
  Catalog #ANA90-012
  Price: $24.95
     

Making and Grading of Silver Dollars
John Dannreuther
      Join this discussion about the making of silver dollars (1794-1935) and the grading techniques for each type. This presentation includes:
  • how John got started in the coin hobby
  • eras of silver dollars including Bust 1794-1804, Gobrecht, Seated, Trade, Morgan, and Peace
  • challenges of striking the first silver dollars and the process to do so
  • use of the open collar to add edge lettering
  • why grading early bust dollars is so difficult
  • types of luster for Morgans and Peace
  • hints for what characteristics to look for in the grading of each of the types of silver dollars
  • why such difficulty of grading Peace dollars.
      Length: 40 min.
      Catalog #ANA04-028
      Price: $24.95
         

  • PNG Sharing the Knowledge: Modern Coins
    Scott Schechter
          Slabbing of modern coins is a controversial area. When an American silver Eagle is graded MS-70 the value can increase dramatically. Find out what is involved in grading these modern issues from numismatist and PNG member Scott Schechter. Scott works for Numismatic Guaranty Corporation and has the inside perspective.
      Length: 70:52 min.
      Catalog #PNG09-001
      Price: $24.95
         

    Price of Color on Coins
    H. Robert Campbell
          Some collectors will pay huge premiums for gorgeously toned coins. How much are they paying? What are they really worth? And what about artificial toning? Former ANA President Bob Campbell has the answers in this hard-hitting program.
      Length: 56:20 min.
      Catalog #FUN07-009
      Price: $24.95
         

    Rarity Analysis & Numismatic History of 1796 & 1797 Draped Bust Half Dollars
    Dr. Jon P. Amato
          This presentation summarizes the goals, methodology, and preliminary findings of ongoing research on the 1796-97 Draped bust half dollars. In this video with you will see and learn about Dr. Amato's ongoing research to account for all half dollars of these two years.
      Length: 47 min.
      Catalog #ANA02-035
      Price: $24.95
         

    Take the Mystery Out of Grading
    Beth Deisher
          Coin World editor Beth Deisher shares highlights from her recently released book, ""Making the Grade."" This publication gives basic grading tips on everything from Morgan and Peace dollars to Lincoln and Indian cents to Walking Liberty half dollars. Hear and see about this book that should be in every collector's library.
      Length: 56 min.
      Catalog #FUN06-010
      Price: $24.95
         

    Technical Grading vs Market Grading
    H. Robert Campbell
         
      Length: 78:30
      Catalog #FUN01-012
      Price: $24.95
         

    Understanding "Copper Quotes by Robinson" (CQR)
    Jack H. Robinson
          Longtime participant in EAC Jack Robinson shares his perspective of the ways to evaluate and compare early American coppers. He addresses the systems used in the past and new innovations to help make them more effective. He also addresses challenges in the difference between value grading of third party grading and EAC grading for condition.
      Length: 54 min.
      Catalog #EAC06-012
      Price: $24.95
         

    Ways to Store Your Coins and Currency
    Sebastion Frommhold
          You have purchased your coin and currency collection and are now ready to put it away for your retirement or posterity. There are different albums and holders that are available in the market and all are not the same. Learn what mistakes many collectors make when they store their collections and the best ways to preserve your numismatic assets.
      Length: 44:05
      Catalog #MSSW09-008
      Price: $24.95
         

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