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 1988 with segments on multiple topics, most hosted by Rhonda Guess who sat in for David. Where is she today? Did she stay in broadcasting?
Reports on Jacques Luben, Ronald Gillio, Christen Winterstein, Diane Wolf, Art Fields, Murray Church, Brian Williams, Richard Lubbock, David Owen, Singapore International Coin Convention, ANA.
Topics include platinum as an inflation hedge, and
American Eagle bullion coins.
The U.S. Mint's International Marketing Representative Christy Bidstrup
noted in an interview how some beer drinkers in Germany enjoyed flipping an American Silver Eagle to determine who buys the next round.
Guess also interviewed Diane Wolf, the U.S. Commissioner of Fine Arts.
When Lisot returned to the show, one auction lot he highlighted was a Chinese paper money printing plate from 1264 A.D. sold at a SPINK Singapore sale. It sold for $86,000 to a Taiwanese buyer. Where is this plate today?
To watch the complete video, see:
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