2007 Press Releases
The American Numismatic Association’s new exhibit, “The Presidents Are Coming! The United States Mint Issues New Presidential Dollar Series,” is currently on display at the Edward C. Rochette Money Museum in Colorado Springs. The exhibit is presented in celebration of the 84th annual National Coin Week, April 15-21.
Eighteen members of the American Numismatic Association have accepted their nominations for positions on the 2007-2009 ANA Board of Governors.
The American Numismatic Association Money Museum is seeking a professional to fill its Collections Manager position. Candidates should have a working knowledge of numismatics and familiarity of museum operations, including accessioning and cataloging procedures, artifact care, collection management standards, and volunteer management.
The American Numismatic Association (ANA), the Colorado Springs Coin Club and the Colorado Springs Numismatic Society are holding a special coin drop event to help celebrate the 84th annual National Coin Week, April 15-21. The event is part of a national effort sponsored by the ANA and involving over 50 clubs from around the country.
The successful two-years-for-the-price-of-one membership recruitment program is being extended by the American Numismatic Association (ANA) through mid-August.
Brian Fanton has announced his resignation from the American Numismatic Association Board of Governors, effective April 1, citing the need to attend to family matters.
The American Numismatic Association is extending the deadline to April 26 for proposals from qualified third party grading services to serve as the ANA’s “Grading Service of Choice.”
The number of members, clubs and subscribers to the American Numismatic Association increased by 327 to 31,544 in fiscal year 2006-07 compared with 2005-06, largely due to improved retention rates and successful recruiting efforts by ANA clubs, dealers and members.
The American Numismatic Association will honor Professional Numismatists Guild dealer badges at its conventions, and will authorize PNG members to work behind bourse booths wearing both their PNG badge and an official ANA convention ribbon.
The American Numismatic Association held a luncheon Monday at the Money Museum to recognize six staff members, each observing more than 15 years of service and celebrating a combined 140 years of service to the association.