Pacific Coast Numismatic Society - Video Programs

 
 
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PCNS Program Videos Online

To further the educational goals of PCNS, we are recording our meeting programs on topics of interest. Once again, as we did at the 1915 PPIE…

San Francisco Welcomes The World!

New presentations are being added at the top of this list as they become available, soon after each meeting. Presentations are hosted by the PCNS Channel at YouTube. Click on a video’s image in the list below to play that presentation.


Link to Hawaii video on youTube

Close Trans-Pacific Commercial Embrace: San Francisco & Hawaii - 1876 to 1916

Title image of So-Called Dollar talk, link to playing the video

So-Called Dollars and the William H. Warner & Bro. Company

Title image of Mexican medal talk, link to playing the video

A Lie in a Medal:
Monte de las Cruces in 1810

The Most Controversial Medal of Mexico


Video link to: Star Provision Co Ltd bread token presentation

The Star Provision Co. Ltd. Bread Token

Video link to: Coinage of the Plague Years

Coinage of the Plague Years

Video link to: Lingering Wisps of Blue Smoke: Santa Cruz, California Cigar Tokens

Lingering Wisps of Blue Smoke: Santa Cruz, California Cigar Tokens

Video link to: Gone to Pike's Peak: A Mountain of Numismatic Discovery

Gone to Pike's Peak: A Mountain of Numismatic Discovery

Video link to: The Travels of the 1841 Lattice Cuban 2 Reales CM

The Travels of the 1841 Lattice Cuban 2 Reales CM

The Little Rock Nine

The Little Rock Nine

2nd mint's architecture

The Architectural Design of San Francisco's Second Mint

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The Great Cornerstone Mystery

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Big Trouble on Lower State Street: Santa Barbara, California

The Society thanks member Michael Wehner for recording these presentations during meetings and for preparing and posting the videos to the PCNS Channel.

We also thank each speaker for preparing a PCNS program and for agreeing to be recorded and published.

We invite you to enjoy the programs of the first numismatic group of the American West.