Watch and Listen to the History of FUN
Watch the interviews of previous Presidents of FUN and others who were instrumental in the early successes in the creation of the Florida United Numismatist organization. Under the heading of Video Memories relive the memorable events that have occurred during FUN.
Watch the interviews of previous Presidents of FUN and others who were instrumental in the early successes in the creation of the Florida United Numismatists organization. Under the heading of Video Memories relive the memorable events that have occurred during the FUN conventions.
2003 Interview with Bob Hendershot founder of FUN and its first President. Bob was FUN President 1955-1956 and again in 1969-1970. Run Time 8:35 Minutes.
Interview with Polly Abbott. Listen to Polly discuss her roll as the FUN Treasurer. Run Time 10:25 Minutes.
Interview with Douglas Brown FUN President 1959 and 1967. Run Time 22:55 Minutes.
Interview with Douglas Brown. Douglas Brown and Polly Abbott were interviewed at the same time. At the end of Polly's interview Douglas had one more thing to discuss. Run Time 14:30 Minutes.
Cindy discusses how she became the Bourse Chairwoman for FUN and the difficulties of leaning the job. Run Time 10:49 Minutes.
Interview with Gene Hynds FUN President 1981 - 1982. Run Time 13:50 Minutes.
Interview with Ken Embler. Run Time 5:20 Minutes.
Interview with Randy Campbell FUN President 1989 - 1990 and 2015 to 2019. Run Time 8:42 Minutes.
2003 Interview with Charles Price FUN President 1966 and 1972. Run Time 9:20 Minutes.
FUN President Carrie Best opens the 50th FUN anniversary and our tribute to the past presidents of FUN. Run time 10:00 Minutes.
2005 Interview with Bill Calderazzo. FUN Presidend 1974 - 1976 Run Time 44:30 Minutes.
2005 Interview with Bill Hancock. FUN President 1999 - 2000. Run Time 12:23 Minutes.
Interview with Carrie Best. FUN President 2005 - 2007. Run Time 18:00 Minutes.
2005 Interview with Charlie Price. Fun President 1966 and 1972. Run Time 24:41 Minutes.
Interview with Cindy Wibker. FUN Convention Co-ordinator. Run Time 18:00 Minutes.
Interview with Gene Hynds. FUN President 1981 - 1982. Run Time 14:10 Minutes.
Interview with George Decker.FUN President 1977 - 1978 Run Time 25:11 Minutes.
Interview with Glenn Myers. Fun President 1997 - 1998. Run Time 23:24 Minutes.
Interview with Jeanne Shepard, daughter of FUN's first president Robert Hendershot. Run Time 24:02 Minutes.
Interview with Randy Campbell. FUN President 1989 - 1990 and 2015 - 2019. Run Time 16:46 Minutes.
Gene Hynds and Charlie Price, both past Presidents of FUN team up for a lively discussion of what FUN was like in the early days. Listen as they discuss the personalities and events relevant to FUN success. Run Time 56:57 Minutes.
Interview with Carrie Best. FUN President from 2005 to 2007 and long time treasurer for FUN and editor of the FUN Topics magazine. Run Time 11:37 Minutes.
Interview with Fred Lake . Run Time 11:45 Minutes.
Interview with Jim Best . Run Time 13:53 Minutes.
Interview with Nancy Casey . Run Time 7:54 Minutes.
Interview with Jeanne Shepard. Run Time 48:15 Minutes.
2010 Interview with Bill Calderazzo and Jeff Garrett. Bill and Jeff were buisness partners. and Joined FUN while in their early 20's. Run Time 50:16 Minutes.
FUN Video Memories
Watch the videos of some of the best of the FUN Conventions. Relive that patriotic moment of the 63rd FUN Convention, the educational events on the floor of the conventions. Remember the first time you saw the 1804 Dollar or the 1913 Liberty Nickel. It's all here under the Memories of FUN.
Watch the Opening Ceremony of the 63rd FUN Convention in Tampa Florida. FUN has a special patriotic tribute to the American Armed Forces. Run Time 8:15 Minutes
Meet the representatives of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. They are presenting their $1 Billion display. Watch as Christopher Madden demonstrates and discusses the art of engraving currency plates. Then Eric Walsh discusses the methods he uses to salvage destroyed currency. Run Time 34:35 Minutes
Watch a demonstration of the Spyder Press. This printer was the primary method of 19th century currency production. Run Time 3:20 Minutes
Interview with Paul Montgomery of Bowers and Meredian Galleries. He discusses the finding of the lost 1913 Liberty nickel and the Contest that lead to its recover. Run Time 7:06 Minutes.
Interview with Leo Frese of Heritage Auctions talks about the 1804 Dollar. Run Time 3:28 Minutes.
Interview with Sergio Sanchez of Sanchez Coins of Miami. He discusses the 1869 notes, known as the rainbow notes and how he was able to track down the individual notes that became known as the Rainbow notes of 1869. Outside of the U.S. Government display no one has a complete set of these notes. He was able to find the owners of these notes and convince them to display the set at FUN. The nine note set from $1 to $1000 can be seen in this video. Run Time 11:30 Minutes.
Watch the Awards and recognition of FUN's past presidents. Listen to Robert Hendershot talk about the creation of the FUN organization. Run Time 44:07 Minutes.