The NI Bulletin is a premier feature of membership in Numismatics International.  You receive this highly informative periodical six times a year with your membership.  Top writers and numismatists have contributed about three thousand money related articles for over fifty years. These articles are all listed, searchable, and available to NI members, after signing in.  This is an excellent research tool and a major benefit of membership in NI.

The NI Bulletin Editorial Staff stresses the “something for everyone” concept by trying to have each bulletin content cover a wide variety of numismatic subjects.  All articles in the NI Bulletin are donated by members or are reprinted from previous works.

As a member of Numismatics International, you can also submit articles for publication.  The editor of the NI Bulletin is always desiring new scholarly/interesting articles.  Please consider the opportunity to be "published". 


To view a sample of the NI Bulletin, please check out the September/October 2014 edition in the “NI Bulletin Sample” tab.

The current NI Bulletin is Volume 55 No. 6 dated November 2020.  A sample of the beginning of the articles in this NI Bulletin are:

  • A Poor Host Leaves a Bad Impression, by Eric Hodge (NI# 2784).  ANY help in isolating forged and faked counterfeit coins must benefit the numismatic community.  There have always been forged and faked counterfeit issues of British merchant countermarked dollars.  Some were.................
  • 175 Years of Facing Busts:  English Kings from 1351 to 1526, by Allan Davisson.  For people with little interest in the series, the medieval portraits of English kings from the reign of Edward III until late in the reign of Henry VII look very much alike when laid out side by side.  This is apparent when looking at obverse images from each.............
  • The (Real) First Portrait of Christ on a Coin by Michael T. Shutterly (NI# 2703). It was long considered settled that the Roman (of Byzantine, to some) Emperor Justinian II was the first to strike a coin that portrayed Jesus Christ:  this was the gold solidus that Justinian began minting in Constantinople...........

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Numismatics International is partnering with the Newman Numismatic Portal to allow access to the past issues of the NI Bulletin from year 1966 through 2018.  This makes available a treasure trove of numismatic information, previously only available from the NI Archives.  This is now being shared with others who have an interest in numismatics, and hopefully will consider joining NI to receive the current and more recent issues, while participating in other NI Benefits.

To access the past NI Bulletin issues at the Newman Numismatic Portal, please click on this link:  https://nnp.wustl.edu/library/publisherdetail/514285