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 forty 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.

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The current NI Bulletin is Volume 53 Nos. 7/8 dated July/August 2018.  A sample of the beginning of some of the articles in this NI Bulletin follows:

  • The Augsburg Interim Talers:  Magdeburg or Jever or Emden? by Robert Ronus NI #LM139.  Charles V was Holy Roman Emperor from 1519 to 1558.  Martin Luther had nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of All Saints' Church in Wittenburg on 31 October 1517, setting off the Reformation.  Much of Charles' reign was spent trying to deal with the .............
  • Khazari Excursions:  Being a Brief Exploration into the History, Numismatics, and Religion of an Early Mediaeval Central Asian Kingdom, by Joseph Uphoff, NLG, NI #1411.  Our journey begins in the bazaars of Seville around AD 950.  Imagine, if you will, you are Vizier Hasdai bar Yitzhak ibn Shaprut serving Caliph Abd-al Rahman III.  You begin hearing rumors of a Jewish kingdom somewhere east of Constantinople.  Being of that faith..........
  • The Martinique Moco---Issues of Identity, by David Wolfer, NI #2793.  In the Bible, in 1 Samuel, the prophet Samuel anoints Saul and then David as king over Israel.  This is the origin of the Christian doctrine of the divine right of kings.  It asserts that a monarch is subject to no earthly authority, deriving his right to rule...........

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