2019 National Money Show® Money Talks Schedule

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Money Talks provide members a forum in which to share their views and research with fellow hobbyists. The numismatic lectures are presented each year at ANA conventions and are free to attend. Presentations are 30 to 45-minute programs, including questions from the audience. 

Thursday, March 28

10 a.m. — Barbara Gregory
"Steering the Course of the Hobby's Flagship Publication"

11 a.m. — Mark Gatcha
"Civil War Storecards: Latest Research and New Finds Since the 3rd Edition"

12 p.m. — Rob Throckmorton & Richard Gaetano
"Lewis and Clark's Impact on U.S. Coinage and Currency, and Pittsburgh's Role in this Historic Expedition"

1 p.m. — Douglas Mudd
"Money of Empire: Elizabeth to Elizabeth"

2 p.m. — Lawrence C. Korchnak, PhD.
"Siege Notes: The Currency of War"

3 p.m. — Rod Gillis
"Strategies to Dispose of Your Collection"

Friday, March 29

10 a.m. — Paige Price
"What's In Mickey's Pocket: Disney Dollars"

11 a.m. — Don Everhart
"Don Everhart: A Career in Coin Design"

12 p.m. — E. Tomlinson Fort
"Rex Magnae Britanniae: The Final Coinage Reform of James VI of Scotland"

1 p.m. — Leo Wang
"Future Trends of Traditional Coin Collecting in Modern China"

2 p.m. — Simcha L. Kuritzky
"Astrological Calendar Medals of the Vienna, Austria Mint"

3 p.m. — Antonino Crisà
"Never Say 'Banal' Objects: Tokens and Erotic Tesserae from Hellenistic and Roman Sicily"

For additional information contact Sam Gelberd at sgelberd@money.org.

Learn more about Money Talks here.

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