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Coin World Podcast

Author: Coin World

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Join the fun and excitement while enhancing your numismatic journey as Coin World editors Jeff Starck and Larry Jewett host a weekly on-demand audio series (since 2019!) discussing a variety of topics sure to enlighten and entertain.

There’s something for everyone from casual collector to seasoned investor and everyone in between. It’s essential listening for those who want to get the most out of coin collecting!

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201 Episodes
Larry and Jeff learn about a local club's efforts to celebrate a major milestone, and how the club shares the hobby. The hosts take a look at counterfeit coins brought back by servicemembers, and learn about Eric P. Newman. 
Larry and Jeff mark another milestone and use that moment to reflect on where the show has gone the previous 100 episodes, and share clips of some favorite interviews with past guests. 
Hear from two officials at the Royal Mint about how they planned to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III, and the work that went into creating new coinage for the new monarch. Jeff and Larry also delve into numismatic history. 
Larry and Jeff speak with Wes Bricker of PwC about integrating the hobby into family time, and using the hobby as an outlet from the stress of business life. The hosts also delve into numismatic history to learn about changes in how new issues are marketed. 
Larry and Jeff learn from Danny Spungen about Operation Bernhard, the Nazi counterfeiting plot during World War II, and how that story is being shared with students today. The episode includes other forays into numismatic history.
Larry and Jeff talk with Blake Donen to learn about Vaultbox 2, the second launch of what has quickly proven to be a very popular offering to collectors looking to take on chance on finding modern-day rarities.
Larry and Jeff are left without a guest this week, so they discuss recent acquisitions, medallic history, past U.S. Mint products, and (just in time for Easter) some Bunny Money.
Larry and Jeff hear from Andy Dickes of the American Numismatic Association about the organization's plans for the 2023 National Coin Week in April. 
Larry and Jeff discuss the precious metals market movement of recent days, and explore historic news from the coin hobby from days gone by.
Morgan and Peace dollars expert John Roberts explores the rich topic of VAMs with Larry and Jeff, who also delve into the usual array of historical content. 
Larry explores the world of tokens and medals with Jim Brokamp, the president of the Tokens and Medals Society, and Jeff recaps his first coin show in Munich, Germany.
Larry and Jeff speak with YouTube creator and world banknote author Benjamin Swagerty about the vast array of topics in the paper money pantheon. 
Jeff and Larry take a deep dive into the fascinating world of shipwreck treasure with author Carol Tedesco. Learn about the Nuestra Senora de Atocha, and Spanish colonial coins found in various shipwrecks.
Larry and Jeff discuss National Bank Notes with researcher and columnist Mark Hotz. Hear about combining travel with numismatics.
Jeff has returned from the World Money Fair in Berlin and he and Sebastian Wieschowski provide an in depth look at the happenings.
Jeff and Larry discuss the return of the World Money Fair as Jeff will be going back to one of the biggest international events. Those of us not attending will get an idea of what this major show will entail.
Jeff and Larry talk to Texas collector David Massey who has put together a vast collection of commemoratives with one elusive example needed to reach completion.
Jeff and Larry speak with Serge Pelletier, the author of an insightful work Numismatics for Everyone, a resource guide for all collectors.
Jeff and Larry revisit with author Winston Zack, whose latest volume on counterfeit coins continues a series of must-read work for numismatists. Note: Podcast is now on hiatus until mid-January 2023.
Jeff and Larry talk to Alex Zieman, a young numismatist who became a coin store owner in St. Augustine and discuss her career and the transition from hobby to retail business owner.
Comments (3)

Jesse Vaughan

Your count of coins featuring the US capitol should include the 2009 Lincoln cent, which shows the dome under construction.

Jan 20th

Southern Coin

for someone who makes coin jewelry. I sugfest going on YouTube and looking up Change You Can Wear. I've watched his videos and it pretty neat

Mar 26th

Yassar Almanaseer

Thank you for starting this podcast, please listen to your own cast. there is a problem with the clarity of the voices.

Apr 11th
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