There are so many great numismatic podcast episodes these days that it's hard to keep up. Here are a couple well worth a listen.
A Conversation with Chris McDowell
Christopher R. McDowell is a lifelong numismatist and recognized expert in the area of colonial coinage and medals. He is the author of Abel Buell and the History of the Connecticut and Fugio Coinages along with several award-winning articles on American colonial coins and medals. An ANS Fellow, Chris is also the editor of the Journal of Early American Numismatics. A graduate of Marshall University and West Virginia University College of Law, Chris served as an officer in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's Corps and was stationed in Korea, Germany, Bosnia, and Kansas. He currently practices law in Cincinnati, Ohio. His newest book is titled The Early Betts Medal Companion: Medals of America's Discovery and Colonization (1492–1737) published by the American Numismatic Society in 2022. The idea for the book grew from Chris' interest in Charles Wyllys Betts and American colonial history and medals. In this episode we talk about Betts medals and their eponymous collector, how Chris got his start in the hobby, and his favorite numismatic colonial crime.
Total Time: 44:11
Piet Hein (de Zilvervloot), a traditional drinking song commemorating the capture of the Spanish silver fleet by the Dutch in 1628.
From the American Numismatic Society podcast The Planchet.
To listen, see:
S3, Ep. 9. A Conversation with Chris McDowell
To read the earlier E-Sylum article, see:
NEW BOOK: THE EARLY BETTS MEDAL COMPANION
The Many Talents of David Schenkman
Jeff and Larry get an opportunity to speak with Dave Schenkman, who has won multiple literary awards, written books on numismatic subjects, taught seminars, led organizations and is a talented musician to boot. He's well known in the world of tokens and medals, so get to know him!
Starting around minute 23, my good friend Dave Schenkman discusses his time in numismatics, his interest in tokens, and the Token and Medal Society.
To listen, see:
Episode 181 - The Many Talents of David Schenkman
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