Thanks for a great time, Atlanta
The Atlanta National Money Show is in the books, but you can still check out photos, videos and other coverage from the big show in the Live Coverage Center.
The next National Money Show is March 5-7 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland. Hope to see you there.
The sights and sounds of the National Money Show
- What's the coolest thing in your booth? With Kagin's and the Saddle Ridge hoard
- What's the coolest thing in your booth? With the Eureka Mint
- Commercial for the Atlanta National Money Show
- Opening ceremony of the 2014 Atlanta National Money Show
- Replay of the Board of Governors meeting
- Photos from the pre-convention Grading seminar
- Wednesday and Thursday at the National Money Show
- More photos from the bourse floor on Thursday
- Preparing for and the start of the big show
Not only do we believe that the National Baseball Hall of Fame coins will be a hit due to their unique domed shape and wide appeal to baseball fans, but we also anticipate that the current interest in gold and silver by investors and collectors alike will help to attract individuals to these significant coins.
Building a next generation of collectors and an ANA membership foundation is as easy as 1,2,3. Anyone can do it. Pictured is ANA President Walter Ostromecki giving a free 2014-S, Great Smokey Mountain National Park quarter on an information card to a young boy who attended the ANA Atlanta National Money Show on Saturday, March 1, 2014.
Thank you Atlanta, ANA Staff & Board, Hosting Coin Clubs, General Chairman and Committee, Volunteers and Participants
The American Numismatic Association National Money ShowSM held at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, Ga., on February 27 – March 1, 2014, was a hugely successful coin convention. Attendance at the show was exceptional and over 4,771 attended event. Our personal thanks to ANA Convention Director Rhonda Scurek Executive Director Kim Kiick and all the staff for their tireless work. Thanks also to President Walter Ostromecki Jr. and the board for their work on this convention. A huge thanks to General Chair Chip Cutcliff, his committee and volunteers; the hosts Georgia Numismatic Association and Metropolitan Coin Club; and the National Volunteers for their dedicated and outstanding work on this convention. ...
Two table-holders at the Atlanta National Money Show won discounted and free tables for the 2015 Portland National Money Show.
The show was at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel & Convention Center in north Atlanta. The cab fare from the airport was $70. The weather was cold at 28 degrees Fahrenheit when we landed. It was 35 the next day and was up to 60 degrees on Saturday.
George Washington was the top vote getter in the Kids Zone presidential vote at the Atlanta National Money Show. Washington edged out Lincoln with 38.1 percent of the vote, reports National Volunteer Marilyn Reback.
The Saddle Ridge Treasure of over 1,400 gold coins, with an estimated value of $10 million will be on display for the first time at the American Numismatic Association’s National Money Show in Atlanta this week.
The United States Mint and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing will share a booth, #845,, at the American Numismatic Association's National Money Show Feb. 27 – March 1 at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, Ga. ...
Receive a free, educational appraisal on up to three numismatic objects at the Atlanta National Money Show
During the final day of the National Money Show in Atlanta on March 1, ANA members and the public can receive free, educational appraisals on up to three coins or other numismatic items at the Free Appraisals Area. Admission is free on the final day of the National Money Show.
Have you been to a coin show before? If this is your first coin show, take a look at the tips below to ensure a great time.
The Show Guide is online
Can't join us in Atlanta but still interested in the show? Check out the Show Guide for FREE.