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ICTA announces David Crenshaw as new chief operating officer

The Industry Council for Tangible Assets is expanding its leadership team. Effective Dec. 1, David Crenshaw will become the numismatic industry group’s Chief Operating Officer, a newly created position that will work closely with Executive Director Kathy McFadden, who was hired Oct. 1 and became executive director of the Maryland-based organization on Nov. 1. Louisiana-based Diane Piret, ICTA Industry Affairs Director, rounds out the team.
Written by Kathy J. McFadden at 00:00
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YN raises money for Shrewsbury Fire Co.

Robert Beihl a 6th grade student at S.E.M.S. West in Pennsylvania is a member of the ANA (3172678) with his own table at the Shrewsbury Coin Show. During the November 17th Show held at the Shrewsbury Volunteer Fire Co., Robert sold several Whitman books on United States Paper Money, Morgan Silver Dollars and The Official Red Book. Proceeds from the local dealer tables help benefit the Shrewsbury Fire Co.
Written by Fred Beihl at 00:00

YN invited to display coin exhibit at the TCA Atlantic Division fall toy train meet

YN Walter J. G. Waholek created, presented a display and did a talk on transit tokens last spring. The exhibit included an operating Lionel Trolley and many traction models with historical traction artifacts along with exonumia. The display and talk is centered on the Philadelphia transit system from its infancy to present day.
Written by Walter J. G. Waholek at 00:00

The origins of coinage

In order to find out when and where coins originated, one must look back to Lydia, an Ancient Greek kingdom in Asia Minor, during the seventh century BCE. It is not surprising that the Greeks invented coinage; they were also the creators of democracy, modern philosophy and many other things that influence our culture today. However, without their invention of coinage, our world today may have been very different.
Written by Will Schrepferman at 00:00
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Southeast Coin Clubs plan shows, hear presentations

The ANA Region 4 Newsletter recaps all the exciting events and occurrences of Region 4 Clubs during October and gives readers a heads up on what's coming in November.
Written by Tony Swicer at 00:00

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