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King of U.S. Coins to be displayed at World's Fair of Money

Visit the Museum Showcase during the WFM to look at one of the Class III 1804 silver dollars.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

Who was John Law? Learn all about him at the Museum Showcase in New Orleans

John Law is considered by some to be one of the most brilliant economic minds of his time. However, even he could not fully save France from its economic hardships. His original ideas helped the French economy, but it was not sustainable and resulted in a massive financial and economic collapse.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

Here's what the Museum Showcase looks like at the Georgia Numismatic Association convention

Doug Mudd sent us the following snapshots he took of the Museum Showcase at the Georgia Numismatic Association convention. The ANA's presence at the GNA show was part of the ANA Road Show initiative.
Written by Jake Sherlock at 00:00

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The pen President Kennedy used to sign the ANA charter

The Pen

 

 

That's not just any pen. That's the pen that President John. F. Kennedy used to sign the ANA's amended federal charter on April 10, 1962. It will be part of the Museum Showcase at the National Money Show in Dallas, along with several other Kennedy-related numismatic artifacts. 

 

The ANA's original federal charter was signed on April 23, 1912, by President William Taft. The amended charter that Kennedy signed allowed for a larger board of governors. 

 

Here's another Kennedy-related numismatic artifact we'll have on display in Dallas: An ANA commemorative to celebrate the first lunar landing. 

 

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Written by Jake Sherlock at 00:00

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