U.S. Mint Video: Mary Golda Ross $1 Coin

NASA Senior Program Executive Willis Jenkins, artist Emily Damstra, and Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint Joe Menna discuss the 2019 Native American $1 Coin. The theme of the coin’s design is American Indians in the Space Program. Native Americans have been on the modern frontier of space flight since the beginning of NASA. Their contributions to the U.S. space program culminated in the space walks of John Herrington (Chickasaw Nation) on the International Space Station in 2002. This and other pioneering achievements date back to the work of Mary Golda Ross (Cherokee Nation). Considered the first Native American engineer in the U.S. space program, Ross helped develop the Agena spacecraft for the Gemini and Apollo space programs.

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NEW VIDEO: Numismatic Personality: Chester “Chet” Krause March 2011

Numismatic Personality: Chester “Chet” Krause March 2011. VIDEO: 13:06
David Lisot, Interviewer, CoinTelevision.com
Chet talks about his retirement, how he spends his time, his accomplishments on the ANA Board, his travels, how he had a headache for two years, and much more.

Another great numismatic video has surfaced that will be posted on the Newman Numismatic Portal. In 2011 at the Whitman Expo itimore David Lisot interviewed CHET KRAUSE. Chet had retired from from his leadership at Krause Publications and talks about his new days with the daily grind of being in charge of the printing megalith he had created.

The entire interview is available on the Newman Numismatic Portal at https://nnp.wustl.edu/library/multimediadetail/522852

An excerpt of the video is available for viewing on the Coin Television YouTube Channel at: https://youtu.be/8o3qPGJ1uYk

Selby Ungar Memorial VIDEO on CoinTelevision YouTube

Selby Ungar Memorial, King of Carson City Dollars, 1937-2018

David Lisot, Interviewer, CoinTelevision.com., with Bobby Avena, Dennis Baker, Carl Bombara, Douglas Daniels, Silvano DiGenova, Vince Falcone, Ron Gillio, John & Sandie & Gulde, Brian Hendelson, Robert Higgins, Marlene Highfill, Don Kagin, Kurt Mease Jeff Rayden, Simone Rayden, Doug Sharpe, Dawn Ungar, Bernice Ungar, and Jeff Wuller.

Selby Ungar was known as the “King of Carson City Silver Dollars. He was Vice-President of the National Silver Dollar Roundtable and friend to many people in the coin industry. He was also a devoted family man. Hear his many friends share their memories of this special numismatic personality.

Donations to the “Selby Ungar Educational Fund” sponsored by the National Silver Dollar Roundtable are being accepted by Marlene Highfill at oklahomacoin@cox.net.

A 32 minute DVD of the entire “Selby Ungar Memorial” is available for every donation received.

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