Somewhat related to the Hawaiiana numismatics (1960 Eisenhower Hawaii visit medal). I re-used my YouTube video that presents my research finding for the Hawaii visit model (near the bottom of the POTUS sGm webpage).
I created several US Numismatic Discovery Models. Several of these models can be adapted for Hawaiiana numismatics.
Discovery Model D is a prime example. The Hawaiian Numismatic Knowledge Domain is basically centered around the MR 2nd edition book. If a Hawaiian issue is not located in this book, its a numismatic discovery if its documented.
Here at the model write-ups:
Sold as a Hawaii poster stamp (advertising label) and now in my Hawaii bank collection as a 1948 advertising specimen. Label is intact (shown laying on an Official Red Book)
If you see replica Hawaii coin(s) on eBay, please report it.
I found three listed today and they were reported. A did giveaway is the price and the sellers location (China). In addition, they lack required US mark as a COPY, making them illegal to sell and own.
These coins are detrimental to the integrity of the hobby. Please report the item.
To report (see red circle below) and choose the appropriate selection from the drop-down selections.
Back after 11 days and 2 doctor visits for pneumonia….
This is a 1980 Precious Metals Hawaii 1/2 oz silver proof release of Kamehameha the Great. Edge serial number is 217. Recent addition to my collection.
I previous did a write-up on the Hawaiian Royalty coins. There are out of stock.
Bowfin & Utah token for $1 each
Saints of Hawaii
Based on what I noticed with the 1979 Maui Coin Club Medals, Medcalf & Russell may have incorrectly identified the medal as aluminum for 2M-313. Why? I have a cupro nickel version of the medal in my collection
The cupro nickel is on the left and the silver is on the right.