Gary Beals specialises in Spanish coins and crowns of the Americas. The qualified journalist has published extensively on his specialist field, including a numismatic dictionary.
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Virgil Brand gathered the largest private coin collection of all times. When he died in 1926 he left 368,000 items, a collection estimated at a staggering five million US$. The son of a German father made his fortune with the family’s brewery business in Chicago.
Simon Bytheway is an Australian scholar on the financial and economic history of Asia, and of Japan in particular. He teaches at Nihon University.
Daniel Baumbach is a numismatist and historian with a heart for medals. Since November 2019, he has been working for CoinsWeekly and the Numismatic Press Service Kampmann.
Gilles Bransbourg is an economist and historian, and holds the position of Deputy Director at the American Numismatic Society. His research focuses on Roman monetary and economic history.
Alexander Basok is a numismatist, coin dealer and author. This specialist for coins from his native country Russia as well as Eastern Europe, living today in the USA, has his own coin dealership called “Rusty Penny”.
Simon Bendall knew the numismatic world in its various forms. A collector from early on, he was known as a scholar and was a dealer specialized in Byzantine coinage for almost 40 years. If you elected ‘Mister Byzantium’, he would be a good choice.
Aleksander Bursche is full professor at the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw. He specializes in Roman and Barbarian numismatics and relationships between the Classical World and the Barbarians.
Albert M. Beck founded the MünzenRevue and had been its chief editor for many decades. Founded in 1972, his Basel Coin Fair, renamed World Money Fair, became the most important market place for modern numismatics worldwide.
Khadijeh (Zohreh) Baseri is an Iranian numismatist. In Tehran, she serves as keeper and curator of coins and seals at the National Museum of Iran.
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