Almoatzbellah Elshahawi is a conservator in Cairo. He specialises in metal objects – mostly coins. He is interested in how to conserve and restore coins, how they were produced and how to tell if they are genuine or fake.
Dan Carlberg is a Swedish numismatist and auctioneer. He is co-owner of the Myntauktioner i Sverige auction house and published numerous articles on Swedish numismatics and monetary history.
Carl Wolf was the first living member inducted into the Chicago Coin Club Hall of Fame. For years he conducted the very popular Numismatic Theater at the ANA Conventions and published a guide for numismatic speakers.
Robert D. Leonard is a coin collector and a trained journalist. He combined both interests and has published many articles and books on his research topics as pre-monetary forms of payment, medieval coinage, and early American coinage.
After a career as a tax expert, Michael Zagorowski turned his hobby into a profession and has been working as a numismatist at SINCONA ever since. In 2023, he started the project numindex, a kind of stock index for coins.
Mike Gasvoda is head of Classical Numismatic Group. He had already built a reputation as a passionate collector long before taking over this position in 2018.
Elina Screen is a medievalist and numismatist. Her main areas of interest are Anglo-Saxon and Carolingian coinage. She is President of the British Numismatic Society and General Editor of the Medieval European Coinage project.
Patrick Pasmans is a Belgian legal advisor, mediator and numismatist. His research focuses on Persian coinage and, among other things, he is European secretary of the Oriental Numismatic Society and editor of the magazine “De Muntmeester”.
Jérôme Jambu is Professor of Modern History at the University of Caen Normandy. He researches modern French and West European coinage and the monetary history of the French colonies in America, and also advises the Ministry of Culture and the Banque de France.
António Miguel Trigueiros is a Portuguese numismatist. He worked for the Portuguese Mint and was involved in the introduction of collector coins in Portugal.
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