The NNP Symposium will be on August 28th and 29th from 8:00 to 6:00 EST, with speakers every hour. You're welcome to attend as many or as few presentations as you'd like. We'll be releasing a final schedule in early August, but below you'll find a short list of our speakers in black, followed by longer summaries of what they'll be sharing in white. Check back often to see who we've added! The US Coins & Medals summaries have multiple pages, so be sure to click "More Events" at the bottom of the section to view them all.
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Neglected Treasures: Finding Circulated Proofs
Leonard Augsburger & Joel Orosz
Almost as Rare as an 1804 Dollar: The Rare First Printing of The Fantastic 1804 Dollar
Surpassing Eliasberg: The Story of D.L. Hansen and the Greatest US Coin Collection
The Little Princess - A Discussion about the Striking Format for the 1841 Quarter Eagle
The War of 1812 and the 1816 Classic Head Cents
Classic United States Commemorative Coins, their Original Holders, and Memorabilia
The Appreciation Medals of President Dwight D. Eisenhower
Understanding Clash Marks on 1794 U.S. Large Cents
The Other Continental Dollar: Dickeson’s Continental Currency Commemoratives
Golden Opportunities: Collecting Rare Die Varieties among Common Date St. Gaudens Double Eagles
Delmar Mineard Jr.
Tip Off of the 2020 Basketball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Program
New Developments in Early Betts Medals
A New Constellation: Nova Constellatio Copper Tokens and the Birth of the Republic
The 1792 Morris So-Called Silver Center Cent
Award Medals from the California State Fair and their Precursors
The History of and Collecting Confederate Paper Money
Ángel O Navarro Zayas
The Paper Money of Louisiana and Puerto Rico during the Late 18th Century
Short Snorters - Still Keeping the Memories Alive 75 Years After the End of WWII
The Charonian Coin: A Toll to the Afterworld
Ancient Coins in Early American Auctions
German Empire Coinage of the 20th Century
Sovereign Money; Past, Present & Future
Combating Counterfeiting Coins in the Numismatic Community
Michael S. Foster
New Info about Allender Style 5-Coin CCDs for American Eagle Coins before his Patent was Granted
The Money Art of J.S.G. Boggs
Researching Harvey Maranville Coin Testers - 2019 USA Tour
Matthew Tavory & Isaiah Hageman
Detection of Counterfeit Slabs
What’s New at the Newman Numismatic Portal?
5 Ways to Modernize the Rare Coin Market
How to Determine the Value of a Rare Coin
The Impact of COVID on the Numismatic Market
"Illegal to Own" Coins
Matt Dinger & Mike Nottelmann
The Coin Show Podcast Live
NBS (Numismatic Bibliomania Society) Annual Meeting
This guided Powerpoint from YN Noah Alpert can teach individuals how to identify and authenticate circulated proofs.
In August 1962, at the Detroit ANA convention, the King of Siam set was first revealed to the public. This discovery led researchers to the ...
The Eliasberg Collection has long stood as the pinnacle of privately-held US Coin Collections. With the advent of the Set Registry, a new ch...
Debating the striking format of the 1841 quarter eagle has been ongoing since several prominent dealers began the theory that some of this i...
The War of 1812 left the Mint with some silver and gold but no copper planchets until the end of 1815. After a fire destroyed the rolling mi...
Pierre will present an introduction of these fascinating notes through the story of their creation, their significance, how to collect, and ...
While researching in the General Archive of the Indies for the elusive 1766 paper money of Puerto Rico, O Navarro Zayas uncovered previously...
Sparks will discuss the origins of the short snorter tradition, expansion of the tradition with trans-oceanic flight, and explosion of the t...
A study on the tradition of coins used in the ancient world related to death experience. This presentation will explore relevant customs in ...
An overview of the history of collecting in the United States during the 19th century, followed by a more focused examination of the trade ...
This presentation is on German Empire Coinage of the 20th Century. It provides an overview of the Empire's coinage and history through pictu...
A discussion of the important role money has played as a marker of independence, an expression of sovereignty, and the political beliefs of ...
The proliferation of counterfeit coins and precious metals into the U.S. marketplace poses danger to the future of the numismatic community ...
Information not found in "U.S. Coin Scales and Counterfeit Coin Detectors" by E.Newman and G. Mallis, 1999. Including work covering: A New M...
J.S.G. Boggs was one of the most interesting artists of the 20th century. Fascinated with the concept and form of money, he was both a fine ...
The 2019 USA Tour aimed to identify further examples of Harvey Maranville's three coin testers held by collectors, museums and other instit...
This presentation will focus on how to spot fake slabs and fake coins in slabs online.
Len Augsburger, Newman Numismatic Portal project coordinator, speaks on the growth of the Newman Portal, the largest online library for Amer...
CoinWeek editor Charles Morgan takes a deeper look at the structure of the rare coin market and details five things the coin industry must d...
The President of Heritage Auctions gives his unique perspective on the effect of COVID on numismatic auctions and the marketplace in general...
The U.S. Government has declared that certain coins are illegal to own, most famously the 1933 Double Eagle, but potentially many others as ...
Whether buying, selling, or researching, determining a coin's value is a critical part of numismatics, and probably the most difficult part....
The Numismatic Bibliomania Society (NBS) is a specialty club for collectors of rare numismatic books, periodicals, auction catalogs, and rel...
Mike Nottelmann and Matt Dinger have been bringing bring their unique perspectives on numismatics to the web for over 10 years with The Coin...
The views and opinions expressed by the speakers do not necessarily represent the views of the NNP, EPNNES, or NM Events.