2007 Press Releases
Other articles in fifth edition focus on electrotypes and so-called dollars.
The American Numismatic Association’s unaudited financial report for fiscal year 2006-07 shows that the nonprofit Association realized net asset growth of about $1.3 million from $17.9 million to $19.2 million.
All bourse tables have been sold out for the American Numismatic Association’s 2007 World’s Fair of Money®, Aug. 8-12 in Milwaukee. Hotel rooms for the event are filling quickly, with limited options now available in downtown Milwaukee. All indications are that a terrific, strongly attended ANA convention will be a highlight of the summer.
Lane Brunner, deputy executive director of museum, library and research services at the American Numismatic Association, will leave June 15 to become the founding dean of the Regis University School of Pharmacy.
The Certified Collectibles Group (CCG) has reached a written agreement with the ANA that provides for Numismatic Guaranty Corporation of America (NGC) to continue as the Association’s grading service of choice, Numismatic Conservation Services, LLC (NCS) to continue as the Association’s conservation service of choice and adding Paper Money Guaranty, LLC (PMG) as the paper money grading service of choice, ANA Executive Director Chris Cipoletti has announced.
The most extensive collection of state bank notes ever publicly exhibited at one time will be featured at the American Numismatic Association’s World’s Fair of Money® 116th Anniversary Convention in Milwaukee, Wis., August 8 – 12.
Numismatists visiting Milwaukee can take advantage of new technical and collector series courses and workshops, catering to all ages and interests, before and during the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money® Aug. 8-12.