Thursday, 2023.03.23
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A Little Birdie Told Me…

Is there a little bird at the King’s ear? Michael Alexander presents a curious detail on the new coins of Charles III.

Centenary of the Opening of Tutankhamun’s Tomb

To commemorate the Centenary of the opening of Tutankhamun’s Tomb, Pobjoy presents a new silver coin featuring Tutankhamun’s Sarcophagus.

Tiffany Art Metropolis – London

The successful series Tiffany Art Metropolis shows big cities with a fascinating inlay made of Tiffany glass. After Rome and Paris, CIT now presents London.

South African Mint Launches Leopard Coins in Second Big 5 Series

The Big 5 coin range celebrates Africa’s pride – the iconic five animals that represent Southern Africa’s rich wildlife. The penultimate animal of the second coin series on this subject is the Leopard.

Roman Shipwreck Found in the Adriatic Sea

Off the Croatian coast, underwater archaeologists have discovered a large shipwreck from Roman times. It is remarkably well preserved and lies just below sea level. Coins showed them the way.

Splendid Tudor Jewel Amongst Important Treasure Finds Reported

The British Museum presented the Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) Annual Report for 2021 and the Treasure Annual Report for 2020. These include over 45,000 archaeological items, among them an important jewel associated with Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon.

The IAPN becomes an Associate Member of CINOA

To build communication channels with authorities of the European Union, the International Association of Professional Numismatists (IAPN) joined CINOA, an organization representing the art trade.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries Announces New Professional Numismatist Program

If you have ever considered making your hobby your profession, Stack’s Bowers Galleries offers the perfect opportunity. Their Professional Numismatist Program is a new seminar for young adult numismatists.

Wilhelm Müseler (1952-2023)

Wilhelm Müseler was a coin dealer and one of the most renowned researchers in the field of Lycian numismatics. He was straight-forward, uncompromising and always spoke his mind. Now he has passed away. Ursula Kampmann commemorates him.

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