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ANA Club news: Tallahassee Numismatic Club holds its first coin show

Editor's note: Tony Swicer produces the ANA Region 4 Club Newsletter, which serves Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. In an effort to better share ideas for membership drives, programming and activities, The Exchange will re-publish club news from his newsletter that will be of the greatest interest to other clubs across the nation. To subscribe to Swicer's full newsletter, email him at


If you need ideas for programs for your coin club meeting, there are many ideas listed in the "FUN Coin Club Manual" & "Ideas for Coin Club Programs" at Click Clubs then the manual or ideas booklet.

According to the ANA, Ten Region 4 clubs participated in National Coin Week. They were, Madison County CC, AL, Central Florida Coin Club, Ft. Lauderdale Coin Club, Palm Beach Coin Club, Treasure Coast Coin Club, Hendersonville CC, NC, Raleigh CC, NC, Pee Wee Area CC, SC, Cookeville CC, TN and Memphis CC, TN.



Ancient City Coin Club-had 36 members attend their last meeting. 2014 Red Books were in. Travis Bucci presented a program on "Notgeld", with many pictorials examples. He told the history surrounding them.


Casselberry Coin Club-had Tom Palmer give a quiz with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place silver prizes. Paid members all have a chance to win a silver eagle if you attend the meeting and your name is drawn.


Central Florida Coin Club-had their spring show with 135 dealer tables. Club members Dan Aidif, Skip Pfieffer, Zack & Steve Lauer all promoted National Coin Week at the downtown Orlando Public Library.


Daytona Beach Coin Club-had Ray Herz speak on "My Visit to All Four Philadelphia Mints". President Bob Hawes showed "Safe Conduct Passes" from the Korean War. June 25th  is the 63rd anniversary of the start of the Korean War.


Ft. Lauderdale Coin Club-had Bill Sanders speak on "PCGS Conservation Service" and showed some examples. Greg Wagner spoke on "Half Cents, 1793-1857".


Ft. Walton Beach Coin Club-had a show n tell. The attendance prize, 3 silver dollars, was won by Don Wagnon, followed by a lively auction.


Gold Coast Coin Club-went over the ANA Diploma Program books 1 & 2, The Basics of Numismatics and Grading Coins Today.


Greater Jacksonville Coin Club-show is May 31st to June 2nd.  The YN's had Palmer Midgett speak about his work with animals. Members brought in coins with animals on them.


North Lake Coin & Currency Club-had Robert Haire of Masters Coin Service at the meeting. Their new meeting location is Wildwood Community Center, 6500 Powell Road, (CR139) Wildwood, FL 34785


Ocala Coin Club-had guest speaker Ray Haas from Daytona Beach. The featured auction coin was the 1885 Liberty Head Nickel in Fine condition.


Palm Beach Coin Club-had a numismatic book auction in addition to the regular auction. All the books started at $1, some went for $15. Tony S gave his report on the Central States show in Schaumburg, IL. This was the 1st meeting at the clubs new location, the American Polish Club, 4725 Lake Worth Road, FL 33463. The second meeting, Sandy Pearl reported on the ANA show in New Orleans, LA. 53 attended the club picnic Saturday May 18th.


Sarasota Coin Club-had 57 members at their last meeting, including four new members and ten guests. Ben Todd presented "What's Hot and What is Not", explaining the impact of the silver & gold decline.


South Brevard Coin Club-had their river boat tour. At the meeting they had a coin quiz on foreign coins, a show n tell, and pizza.  2014 Red Books arrived at $8 & $9 each. They had a survey of what everyone collects so they can decide future programs.


Tallahassee Numismatic Club-had their 1st annual coin show. It was a success with over 150 attendees. Their raffle and silent auction was also a success. They had a show n tell at the meeting.


Tampa Bay Coin Club-had four new members at one meeting. Their new bronze medal struck commemorating the 500th anniversary of the discovery of Florida by Ponce de Leon. The purpose of the medal is to leave a permanent numismatic memorial of the event and to promote the Tamp Bay Coin Club. Only 100 were minted and will debut at Summer FUN.


Titusville Coin Club-had Ray Herz give a presentation on "The Numismatics of Philadelphia". The club raffle had 7 oz. of silver. They discussed the move from bullion to numismatic silver coin collecting, followed by the auction.


Treasure Coast Coin Club-had a power point presentation by Bob Whalen on "Buffalo Nickels". Bob also promoted National Coin Week at his elementary school by having a 5 question numismatic quiz with prizes for the winners. I would like to thank Bob for emailing this FUN Club Newsletter to his entire coin club every month.


West Hernando Coin Club-had Ahmet Sandicki speak on currency. YN James Manaco was awarded an ANA Summer Seminar Scholarship.



The Georgia Numismatic Association had 55 youngsters at its YN program April 20th. The program consisted of two parts; an interactive discussion of whether or not George Washington stood on the boat crossing the Delaware and a time line in which children were given a choice between science, history, and coins and asked to place the event on a time line between 1400 and 2000. The children reach the conclusion that everyone stood on the boats (Correct). Each child wandered along the time line to find the right place for their event. Each child was given a bag of coins. Awards for YN exhibits were handed out by Mack Martin and a short speech about the ANA was given by Richard Josefiak.


Augusta Coin Club-had a successful show and recognized David Chism for completing ten years as bourse chairman. At the meeting they had a show n tell, sales of their 2013 club medallions, a program, and the auction.



Lower Cape Fear Coin Club-had a successful coin show April 13 &14. The program at the meeting was "Birds on Coins" by Dr. Halbert Carmichael. 24 attended the April meeting.



Stephen James CSRA Coin Club-had a program on "Carson City Silver Dollars" by Garry Naples. Glenn Sanders was presented with a plaque of appreciation for his years as Sgt. At Arms & Auctioneer. The Board was presented with appreciation awards for the club's 2012-13 fiscal year. John Attaway gave a program on "Obsolete Notes from Hamburg, Edgefield, and Aiken Counties".

Written by Tony Swicer at 15:00



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