The David Lisot Video Library on the Newman Numismatic Portal can be found at:
We highlight one of his videos each week in The E-Sylum.
Here's one from 2007 with Bill Cowburn talking about U.S. coin varieties.
Coin Varieties We Should Know and Some Others
There are many varieties on coins that are known to most collectors. These varieties can be an interesting and valuable part of someone's collection. In this lecture with slides, veteran collector William Cowburn discusses and shows the varieties that every collector should know as well as many that are not so well known including:
1883 "no cents" Liberty nickel and a reverse change in 1901
1913 Buffalo nickel type 1&2 and a date variety in 1921
1938 Jefferson nickel and subsequent changes in 1966 & 1982
1892 Barber quarter and the different reverse types including moving mintmarks
seated half dollars with motto and without motto including different sized mintmarks
information about how to collect and other areas for research
Speaker(s): William H. Cowburn.
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