Coin World is celebrating its 60th anniversary with a publication entitled ‘The 60 Most Influential People in Numismatics’. Their selection is questionable to say the least.
It is reassuring to know that not every attempt to break into a German museum is successful: in 2019, thieves failed in their attempt to steal an enormous hoard of Roman gold coins in Trier. Now, one of them is appearing in court.
75 years ago the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts opened its numismatic department, today one of Russia’s most important numismatic collections. Moscow’s museum is celebrating this event with the exhibition “Curators. The Brotherhood of the Key”.
Rolf Denk’s book is an important contribution to the research on the trade and use of manillas. Manillas were used as a form of currency in trade with West Africa, including in the slave trade. Ursula Kampmann takes a look at the work.
Numismatica Ars Classica has opened an office in Bruxelles. With Brexit, the Swiss auction house NAC lost its office within the European Union. The Belgium office replaces the London location and facilitates transactions with clients living in the EU.
Are you young and eager to share your numismatic ideas? The Royal Numismatic Society is looking for two students, early career professionals or people who have recently begun working with numismatics, to give a lecture to RNS members in 2022.
You probably hardly ever come across euro coins from Estonia in circulation. Our expert numiscontrol explains which Estonian 2 euro commemorative coins you should hunt down during your treasure hunt.
Natanya Van Niekerk created almost 20 award-winning coin designs, two of which went on to win the overall COTY. Now she was given the COTY Lifetime Achievement Award. COTY coordinator Tom Michael pays tribute to an exceptional coin designer.
CIT dedicates a coin to the roads of the world and to all those who love speed and classic cars. It addresses cosmopolitans for whom the journey is the ultimate reward and the real pleasure. And, of course, it was made for all aficionados of cutting-edge minting technology.
Over the last decade, the Swiss numismatic auction house SINCONA has become one of the most innovative players on the international market. The team around Jürg Richter is known for maintaining the difficult balance between tradition and state-of-the-art technology.