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Author Archives: George Cuhaj
Three longtime members of the Pennsylvania Association of Numismatists were honored Oct. 14 by fellow members at a dinner held at Le Mont restaurant in conjunction with the American Numismatic Association National Money Show in Pittsburgh. Continue reading
Well, this last week of August we have passed 170,000 coin type listings on Numismaster. That includes nearly 440,000 individual date/type listings. Wow. All in one place, with prices and plenty of photos. A bargan. Stick around. It is jsut going … Continue reading
Here’s a map of the category changes on ebay which started this week: http://pages.ebay.com/sellerinformation/growing/categorychanges/coins.html This is a project which some of us at KP have been involved with over the past year. We are glad that it is now up … Continue reading
I’m please to be part of the team along with Tom Michael and N. Doug Nicol who have been recognized for our work on the 4th edition of the Standard Catalog of German Coins. That book truely expandes the English … Continue reading
I was pleased that during the ANA convetion the Numismatic Literary Guild has recognized the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, Modern Issues, 17th edition, for the award as Best World Paper Money Book for the year. Thanks.
If you have not stopped by shopnumismaster.com lately, you may be missing some wonderful new items. Namely, country or regional group downloads of the 2012 Standard Catalog of World Coins pages. Yes, that is right, tired of lugging your 2250 … Continue reading
This past weekend William Brandimore (my co-author on the Standard Catalog of United States Paper Money) and I took a road trip to Windsor, Ontario to attend the annual convention of the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association. For me it was … Continue reading
This week the New York Public Library opened it’s centennial exhibition. I was first introduced to the place while a High school student, and was quite impressed by the vastness of the public rooms, and the access one could have … Continue reading
Numbers are a form of measurement, this week it was reported that there were over 50,000 registered users on Numismaster. Although I like the high number of users, It is the content on Numismaster that is of importance to me … Continue reading
Early this week our design team was placing the final touches on the cover for the 6th edtion of the Standard Catalog of World Coins, 2001-date. This volume has really come of age with this edition. It is a substantial … Continue reading