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27 Feb 2015

Participate in National Coin Week Activities and Win a Great Prize!

National Coin Week | ANA Official Post | ANAStaff

The 2015 National Coin Week is April 19-25. This year’s theme is "Building Tomorrows: Inspiration and Innovation at World's Fairs," celebrating the history of World’s Fairs and the 100th anniversary of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco.

The ANA is holding two National Coin Week competitions. The grand prize for each competition: A 1915-S Panama Pacific Exposition commemorative half dollar!

  • A video activity testing your knowledge of World’s Fairs and numismatics.  Beginning March 6, video clues will be posted on NationalCoinWeek.org and on the ANA’s YouTube channel every Monday and Friday until April 20. You can submit your answers on www.money.org after the last clue is released; those with perfect scores enter a prize drawing.
  • The 7th annual ANA Club Trivia Challenge. ANA member clubs answer 20 questions about World’s Fairs and Expositions, and those that earn the high score qualify for a prize and are entered in a prize drawing. Registered clubs also receive a promotional package with buttons, bookmarks and educational materials. You can register your club on NationalCoinWeek.org.

Second prize for each competition is an American Eagle 2015 one-tenth ounce gold $5 proof coin, and third prize is a 2015 U.S. Mint Silver Proof Set and regular Proof Set. More prizes, including U.S. Mint Sets, will also be awarded.   

Get involved, have fun, learn about World’s Fairs and win a prize! For more information, go to NationalCoinWeek.org or email ncw@money.org.

*Grand prizes generously provided by Jeff Garrett and Gary Adkins

 

Comments

ShriekenGriffon

Level 5

cool prizes!

user_7180

Level 5

It was a great contest! Thanks for all the efforts!

Kepi

Level 6

Sounds like fun!

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