Episode: CoinWeek Podcast #121: Numismatist Editor Barbara Gregory


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CoinWeek Podcast #121: Numismatist Editor Barbara Gregory
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Longtime editor of the American Numismatic Association's Numismatist Magazine joins us to talk about the hobby's "publication of record" and how its stories impact the market. We discuss favorite articles and experiences while Barbara was at the helm, and how a new initiative might bring the voice of the ANA to a brand new market. The CoinWeek Podcast is made possible by a generous sponsorship from PCGS, the Professional Coin Grading Service.

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