The JR Newsletter is the official e-newsletter of the John Reich Collectors Society. The purpose of the John Reich Collectors Society (JRCS) is to encourage the study of numismatics, particularly United States gold and silver coins minted before the introduction of the Seated Liberty design, and to provide technical and educational information concerning such coins.
Sunday, November 13, 2011
JR Newsletter: 13 November 2011 (62)
Nathan Markowitz wrote:
Greetings all. Once again we are welcome to attend the annual EAC show May 3-6 2012
and display our treasures, give a presentation, or simply have fun. I
am coordinating the speakers for the convention who are given each an
hour time slot on Friday
or Saturday. I try to balance the early silver and early copper topics
and we silver folks have been well received in the past. I would like
to encourage those interested in presenting to contact me with their
intended topic. I especially try to include new speakers...remember,
you need not be a world's expert; just share your passion. Numismatic
stories and literature related to early American coinage is also a
perfectly appropriate topic. If you want to show something instead of
speak, Steve Carr coordinates exhibits...no tight rules, just let him
know. I look forward
to hearing from you at cascades1787 (at) yahoo.com.
Bob Stark wrote:
I share the regret at David's passing and express
appreciation and thanks for his contributions to our enjoyment of our early Federal coinage. I recall first meeting him at the ANS Coinage
of the Americas Conferences in New York about the time the JRCS was started. Unfortunately, we chanced to meet only a few times and briefly since. While I never knew his family, please add me to the many of our JRCS friends in expressing our regrets and best wishes. Surely, we must consider an appropriate memorial within JRCS.
Bob Stark #18 JRCS
Hunter Wunch wrote:
I wanted to point out some info regarding an eBay auction that might
save fellow JR Newsletter recipients some time and return shipping fees. I
bought this 1828 dime last week and returned it because the
reverse has been re-tooled where the strike is weak in E Pluribus Unum.
The seller didn't mention it in the first auction, and it's been
relisted again without mention of the damage.