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OpenNumismat

Description

OpenNumismat is a handy and reliable application aimed at coin collectors, numismatists or amateurs looking to create a numismatics collection.

With OpenNumismat, you will be able to organize and manage coin collection: create an advanced catalogue of your coins, wish and selling lists, view statistics for your collection.

Main features

  • More than 80 customizable fields to describe the coin:
    • Features
    • State of a coin
    • Emission details
    • Buy, sell, pass on auction information
    • Prices and catalog numbers
    • Address and point on the map
  • Up to 11 photos of a coin (insert image from file, clipboard, download from the Web at URL)
  • The grouping, filters and sorting to facilitate the retrieval of coins in the catalog
  • Generate and print reports, saving as HTML, PDF, MS Word
  • Export customized lists as MS Excel, HTML and CSV
  • Duplication of coins to quickly add a similar coin
  • Batch edit coins
  • Built-in image editor
  • Statistics
  • Ability to add and customize the lists to display the required data
  • Does not require additional software to work with a database
  • Import coin, banknote, stamp info from Colnect, an online collectors community
  • Importing existing collections from:
    • Excel (with images presented as links in source file)
    • Colnect (from lists and directly)
    • CoinManage (required Microsoft Access Database Engine, Microsoft Access or any other software with ODBC Microsoft Access Driver)
    • Numista
    • Collection Studio 3.65 (from a export format XML Table)
    • uCoin.net
    • Tellico
  • Support languages: English, Russian, German, French, Ukrainian, Spanish, Hungarian, Portuguese, Greek, Czech, Italian, Catalan, Dutch, Bulgarian, Latvian, Swedish, Persian
  • Cross-platform: Windows, Linux, macOS and Android. OpenNumismat Mobile for any browser, including mobile (iPhone, Android)
  • Detailed user manual
  • Suitable for other collectibles, like stamps, banknotes, postcards, badges. And also for organize home inventory

Download

The latest version:
OpenNumismat 1.8.13
. Release date:
28 December 2021

Windows

- Standard installer

- .zip (no installer)

for Windows 8.1 x86_64 and later (version with freshly third-party library dependencies)

macOS

for OS X 10.8 and later (without Statistics)

for macOS 10.13 and later (version with freshly third-party library dependencies)

Linux

- for Debian/Ubuntu

- for Arch Linux

Other

Older Releases...

Source code

History of changes

What's new in OpenNumismat 1.8.13 (28 December 2021)

  • Fixed detecting right and bottom autocrop borders
  • Autocrop action available from image editor menu
  • Fixed path for creating default files and folders on first start on Linux and macOS or when deleted
  • Fixed displaying application name in Windows Task Manager
  • Removed duplicate sub-menu List->Change view. Available from menu View
  • Disabled context menu and link clicking on report preview for win64 version
  • Disabled context menu on map widgets for win64 version
  • Removed importing from Cabinet

What's new in OpenNumismat 1.8.12 (15 December 2021)

  • New map types: Mapbox (available only for win64 version) and Roman Empire (DARE)
  • Undo/redo works for pasted image in image editor
  • Autocrop tool for removing borders in image editor
  • Import coin thickness and fineness from Colnect
  • Import philatelic products from Colnect
  • Import stamp color from Colnect
  • New templates: holders, Commemoratives_ByCountry, Commemoratives_ByYear
  • Buttons Today and Clean on calendar widget
  • Summary dialog show silver and gold coins count and metal weight
  • Localized show of prices in Summary dialog
  • Importing from Numista uses new API. Disabled checking SSL certificate
  • Unrecognized formatted dates are ignored when importing from Excel
  • Added View menu
  • Prevent hiding toolbar by right-click menu
  • Updated importing from CoinManage
  • Export data to JSON format
  • Updated default references
  • Fixed display of the application icon in Ubuntu
  • Updated third-party libraries, compatible with newest Python 3.10

What's new in OpenNumismat 1.8.11 (12 October 2021)

  • Checking SSL certificate for image downloading always disabled
  • Save current sort order as default order from toolbar. Removed Store column sorting settings
  • Summary dialog show info also for all shows (filtered) coins
  • Report is generated for all shows (filtered) coins
  • Icons from reference always shown
  • Improve image cropping with perspective transformation
  • Undo/redo for actions in image editor
  • Improve image viewer zooming
  • Improve image context menu
  • Settings for font size
  • Improve postcard template
  • Fix importing from Telico
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Screenshots

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How can I help?

  • Use OpenNumismat and recommend it to your friends.
  • Report a founded errors and new features that will make OpenNumismat better.
  • Translate OpenNumismat and documentation to your own language with Transifex (please start with lang.ts file).
  • If you own the exclusive rights to the catalogues, photographs or other numismatic content that can be included in the application data, please, contact the author.
  • With any questions and suggestions you can contact the author: opennumismat@gmail.com

If you want to thank the author - just send a postcard with typical views of your city or country to:

Ignatov Vitaly Ilich
Saint Petersburg, RUSSIA
Novocherkassky, 9, 47
195112

Details

OpenNumismat is a:

OpenNumismat based on PyQt framework with SQLite database engine to store data collection.

Icons used in UI based on LED Icon Set v1.0, Soft Scraps Icons by deleket and Flag and Silk icons.

All images and descriptions of coins in demo collections from the Official website of the European Commission, The Central Bank of the Russian Federation website, United States Mint's public information Website and Wikipedia.