2009 Press Releases

  • “Beautiful Places: Landmarks and Mintmarks” Chosen as Theme for 2010 National Coin Week

    “Beautiful Places: Landmarks and Mintmarks” is the theme of 2010 National Coin Week, April 18-24. The theme celebrates the many landmarks and scenic places that have inspired the designs on coins and paper money.

  • Online Gallery Debuts Featuring ANA Bebee Collection of Paper Money

    The American Numismatic Association Bebee Collection of paper money, one of the finest collections of United States paper money ever assembled, is available to view in an exciting new online image gallery. The collection, consisting of more than 800 notes, was donated to the ANA by Aubrey and Adeline Bebee in 1988.

  • ANA Board Approves Balanced Operating Budget

    The American Numismatic Association Board of Governors has approved a balanced operating budget for the 2010 fiscal year (November 1, 2009 to October 31, 2010), signaling the continued financial turnaround in fiscal performance for the Association.

  • Register for Member Appreciation Barbeque, Friendship Luncheon at 2010 National Money Show

    A member appreciation barbeque on March 24 highlights special events at the American Numismatic Association’s 2010 National Money Show™, March 25-27 at the Fort Worth Convention Center.

  • Members Encouraged to Reserve Rooms Now at Omni Hotel for 2010 National Money Show

    Rooms at the Omni Hotel are selling out quickly for the American Numismatic Association’s 2010 National Money Show™, March 25-27 in Fort Worth. The Omni is serving as the convention’s host hotel, and is known as one of the finest hotels in the city.

  • ANA Seeks Numismatic Theatre Presentations for Fort Worth National Money Show

    American Numismatic Association members are invited to share their knowledge, ideas and creativity with fellow collectors by delivering a Numismatic Theatre presentation at the 2010 National Money Show™, March 25-27 at the Fort Worth Convention Center.

  • Millions Lost From Coin Fakes, Hobby Leaders Warn

    Chinese-made counterfeit coins pose a significant financial threat to unsuspecting consumers, according to leaders of five of the country’s most influential rare coin organizations.