Tag: Coin Identification

Use of Metallurgy in Coin Identification – Texas Jolas. VIDEO: 2:33

Use of Metallurgy in Coin Identification – Texas Jolas. VIDEO: 2:33

Dr. Garth Clark Interviewer: David Lisot, CoinWeek.com …… Dr. Clark is a medical doctor, a chemical engineer and current president of the Bellaire, Texas Coin Club. He shares some of his research and the importance in the metallurgical processes used to determine the authenticity of coins especially with Texas Jola copper issues. Copyright © CoinWeek […]

By June 24, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Ancient Coins: New discovery?

Ancient Coins: New discovery?

By Wayne Sayles – Ancient Coin Collecting Blog An article posted December 2, 2013 in The Times of Israel caught my attention among many articles of interest in issue #825 of David Meadows’ “Explorator”. The headline “Oldest reference to Bohemian king found in Acre” was bolstered by a coin image purportedly representing a four-year-old archaeological […]

By December 9, 2013 1 Comments Read More →
Some Appreciate Rare Coin Pedigrees, Some Destroy Pedigrees

Some Appreciate Rare Coin Pedigrees, Some Destroy Pedigrees

By Mark Ferguson for CoinWeek.com – MFrarecoins.com …… A pedigree, in numismatic terms, is the line of ownership of a coin or piece of paper money.  In rare cases pedigrees can be traced all the way back to a mint, such as the pedigree of the rare 1804 silver dollar that Matthew A. Stickney received […]

By November 15, 2012 2 Comments Read More →
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