In April 2020, the one-year seminar on ancient and medieval numismatics of the Centro Numismático Buenos Aires was scheduled to enter its 12th year of continuous activity. Covid-19 didn’t stop them – the seminar moved to YouTube, where it can be watched for free.
The Royal Mint stepped up to modify their facilities in order to begin the manufacture of needed items – and specifically, safety face protection visors. With 15,000 visors produced a day, their pledge to produce more than 1.9 million items is on its way to fulfilment.
One of the annual highlights in Japan is the beginning of spring, when the cherry trees blossom. The Japan Mint had to close one of the country’s most magnificent cherry tree avenues because of the corona crisis, but this is where modern technology comes into play...
There is many a good reason why the INC and the Organising Committee had to take the decision to postpone the International Numismatic Congress to September 2022. Although we are longing for meeting our colleagues all over the world, we have to be sensible.
In times of lockdown, token collectors and researchers of the entire globe still find a way of being together and share their knowledge. The first international token web conference will take place on Sunday, 17 May 2020. The event is free of charge but requires a registration.