Virginia Beach, Virginia: David Lawrence Rare Coins (DLRC) and nuTilt Imaging are excited to introduce a brand-new imaging technology to the hobby of numismatics. NuTilt is a patent-pending process that brings coin imaging to life! The limitation of coin images today is that they are static; nuTilt breaks this barrier, showing how the light catches all areas of a coin just like it does when you tilt it in your palm.
According to John Brush, president of DLRC, “In a world where static images can only go so far, the next frontier in imaging technology is to experience the look of a coin as if it is in your hand. Between the coin industry adjusting to life without large gatherings, and the cultural expansion of interest in digital immersion, this seemed like the perfect opportunity to fill a need for the hobby while modernizing the art of collecting.” Brush continues, “As a service to collectors, adding nuTilt to the DLRC website was a no-brainer.”
In addition to the website, the full immersion experience can be found with the revolutionary iOS and Android apps. With the smartphone and tablet-friend apps, the user can tilt their phone or tablet in any direction to capture the “in-hand” full virtual experience. Additionally, the zoom feature allows the user to inspect all parts of the coin to a degree of detail not possible with a static image. According to Jason Smith, vice president of DLRC:
We are excited to launch nuTilt imaging exclusively to DLRC customers over the coming months. We have always strived to give our customers the best possible images available to help them make the most informed buying decisions. Partnering with nuTilt is another advanced step in this direction. The nuTilt process sheds light on detail and accuracy never achieved before.
The technology was dreamed up by Paul Price, a programmer and collector, over the past decade. After years of experimenting, new developments in mobile phones and computers have allowed the pieces to finally fit together with the launch of this software. According to Price, “Partnering with DLRC was perfect fit for nuTilt. With their focus on working with the collector, bringing innovation to the hobby, and a reputation of honesty and integrity amongst their customer base, it became very clear that they were the right folks to work with.” Price continues, “While there is still so much more that we think is possible with nuTilt, we’re excited to finally start bringing coins to “life”.
At this time, nuTilt imaging will be exclusively used through the DLRC and nuTilt websites, with the ultimate goal of making the technology available to collectors in 2021. If you are looking to sell your coins and would like to have them imaged with nuTilt, please contact nuTilt at .
ABOUT DAVID LAWRENCE RARE COINS
David Lawrence Rare Coins was founded in 1979 by David Lawrence Feigenbaum in a spare bedroom. A passionate collector his entire life, Feigenbaum made the jump to dealing when his collecting desires surpassed his limited professor’s budget. After David passed away from a long battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), David’s son John Feigenbaum took the reins and oversaw the company’s growth until 2015. In August of 2015, John Feigenbaum became the Publisher of the CDN Publishing and John Brush teamed with collector Dell Loy Hansen to carry on the tradition of DLRC.
Mr. Brush directs the company with the help of an extremely dedicated staff of 20 employees. The management team has a cumulative total of over 80 years with the company while DLRC’s numismatic team offers 100+ years of experience. They are deeply passionate about all aspects of coin collecting. Whether the coin is $5, $50, or $5 million, they are here to serve the collector with the best quality, service, and price possible. Brush and the DLRC staff are also equally focused on bringing the latest technology advances to the hobby.
The company has handled many legendary rarities of United States numismatics, including the finest certified 1796 No Pole Liberty Cap half cent, three examples of the 1894-S Barber dime, a gem 1876-CC 20-cent piece, the finest known 1901-S Barber quarter, 1884 and 1885 Proof Trade dollars, four of the 12 known 1870-S Seated dollars, both privately-owned examples of the 1854-S $5 gold half eagle, the historic 1815 $5 gold half eagle, one of the two known 1825/4 $5 gold half eagle, and the Mickley-Hawn-Queller 1804 Proof Draped Bust dollar. DLRC also helped to assemble and then sell the $25 million Richmond Collection at three public auctions hosted in New York City and Baltimore, Maryland, and are the curators of the All-Time Greatest Collection of U.S. Coins, the D.L. Hansen Collection.
David Lawrence Rare Coins is an industry leader in the trading and auctioning of U.S. rare coins certified by PCGS, NGC, and CAC. DLRC holds weekly internet auctions and offers sellers the options of direct sale or consignment to auction. To work with David Lawrence or for any question as to how they can help your collection, please call 1-800-776-0560 or email .
Press release courtesy of David Lawrence Rare Coins.