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Reading Room / The Numismatist Volume XXXIII
« Last post by NetJohn on January 27, 2019, 02:04:35 PM »
In The Numismatist (flagship publication of the American Numismatic Association) Volume XXXIII (1920), Dr. Malcolm Storer creates a reference list of medals of the naval battles of WWI (of course, then just called the World War).

Here is the list of pages (per the page number shown, not the PDF page number) where each of his multi-issue articles start:

Pg 146-149 April 1920, Ref No. 1 - 23a (1914)
Pg 198-201 May 1920, Ref No. 24 - 52 (1914-1915)
Pg 236-239 June 1920, Ref No. 53 - 77 (1915)
Pg 295-299 July 1920, Ref No. 78 - 113 (1915-1916)
Pg 344-346 August 1920, Ref No. 114 - 134 (1916-1917)
Pg 388-390 September 1920, Ref No. 135-154 (1917-1919 plus Addendum)

Hopefully this helps someone with some research; 1920-dated documentation puts this nearly contemporary to the medals.

Reading Room / Zetzmann?
« Last post by NetJohn on January 27, 2019, 01:45:36 PM »
Does anyone have the Zetzmann reference that they can provide a cross-reference of medals to the Zetzmann reference number?

Reading Room / Re: Catalog of the M. Frankenhuis Collection
« Last post by NetJohn on January 27, 2019, 01:27:10 PM »
This has been extremely helpful in my research.  Thank you very much for the link!

New Member Welcome and Check In / A Jutland/Skagerrak medal enthusiast/researcher
« Last post by NetJohn on January 27, 2019, 01:25:48 PM »
In 2017 I became interested in the Battle of Jutland/Skagerrak, especially how both belligerents claimed victory and both sides created several different commemorative medals for the battle.

Two of the medals, one by Paul Liebküchler, the other by H. Lindl, appear to fall in this Secessionist movement.

I am hoping that members here can help in research and information for these specific medals, if not other (non-Secessionist) medals.

Thank you,
New Member Welcome and Check In / Greetings to all
« Last post by Cornishman on August 12, 2018, 01:59:27 AM »
Hello to all, I became interested in the field of World War 1 medals a few years ago, and have been able to develop that interest through various channels including receiving a lot of good help and advice from Henry Scott Goodman. Although numismatics is ‘in the blood’, I have been involved in the art and collecting world for some 40 years in completely different areas of interest. I am based in the UK and looking forward to being part of this forum.
New Member Welcome and Check In / Re: Coin Collector
« Last post by Haarmann on February 13, 2018, 10:39:23 PM »
Welcome aboard CC.  I am happy to see your posts have been read eight times so there still is a little activity around these parts although not as much as I could hope.

Anyway, thanks for joining up and feel free to post at will!! 
The ideal German woman
New Member Welcome and Check In / Coin Collector
« Last post by Coin Collector on February 11, 2018, 09:05:21 PM »
I started collecting coins in the 1960's as a child. I have collected for so long, my collection has evolved to include many different types of items (Coins, Medals, Different Countries, and Different Topics).
Though my collection includes many different types of items, it is themed to items I like artistically and not limited to a specific artist or country.

Questions and Discussions Regarding Authenticity / Goetz Medals on ebay
« Last post by aresgee on March 24, 2017, 11:57:42 AM »
I luv Goetz's work and whenever I offer select medals for sale on my ebay site, treasure coast coins. I have bought most of my pieces from WAG. Is there a concern about the authenticity of these items.
Thank YOyu
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