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Synonyms for numismatist

a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)

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Secondly, there was no country," Ram Kumar, a professional numismatist, said.
I don't like to say once-in-a-lifetime for anything, but you don't get an opportunity to handle this kind of material, a treasure like this, ever,'' said veteran numismatist Don Kagin, who is representing the finders.
George Thomas, an Indian expatriate residing in Oman for the last three decades, loves to be known as a numismatist -- a person who is studying or collecting currency -- than as a professional civil engineer.
DOHA oeIT is my dream to obtain the world record and to acknowledge the unique nature of my collection of banknotes, A[yen] world-renowned numismatist Hassan bin Ali al Nuaimi told Qatar Tribune.
Afghan Ambassador to Britain Mohammad Daudyar told the ceremony the coins had been taken to London by British numismatist David Midwell 40 years ago.
The owner, who is a numismatist, already had a horse called Black Dragon, named after the coin that trades at a good rate selling back to China.
From feeling and studying the coin's "fabric," and noticing the faintly discernible Greek letter Alpha, our numismatist adviser suspected the coin was of Byzantine origin.
Situations Vacant - Edinburghbased numismatist required urgently for coin-collecting operation.
Jeff Grant tells about a word among coins: "I was having a conversation with an old numismatist friend, Professor Dupondius, who collects Roman coins, such as the aureus, sestertius, solidus and antoninianus (double denarius).
Nicholas Bruyer is an award-winning professional numismatist and author with more than 30 years of coin market experience.
As a numismatist recently told me: 'What about the thousands of objects collected over centuries, the provenance of which has been lost?
He's a numismatist (coin collector) and he names his business ventures after rare old coins, such as the Liberty Nickel and the Mercury Dime.
The Cambridge-bred ancient historian, numismatist and singularly gifted writer, mastering what the French call the art of 'haute vulgarisation', belongs to this category.