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Learn to exhibit your collection with noted author and award-winning exhibitor Larry Sekulich

At the 2014 Summer Seminar, numismatic author, working artist and award-winning exhibitor Larry Sekulich will be instructing the Session 2 class titled, “Creating a Winning Numismatic Exhibit.” Sekulich is looking forward to teaching the course. He says that this class is a “hands on, fun interaction between people who love to teach about coins and learn about them.”
Written by Emma Madura at 00:00

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Southeast coin clubs listen to presentations, have auctions

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

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Join the West Springfield Coin Club in Celebrating its 50th Anniversary

The West Springfield Coin Club is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, by offering free membership to new members for the remainder of 2014. Come join the fun, fellowship and education.
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ANA member explores the world of organized crime in new novel

It is no secret that numismatists are an interesting group of people with enough stories to make Scheherazade blush. One numismatist, known for his storytelling abilities recently became an author. Arizona numismatist and American Numismatic Association life member Sal Fusco recently published a novel called "The Malandrini," the culmination of a life spent watching and listening to the interesting world in which he grew up.
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Three reasons why the National Baseball Hall of Fame Coins are likely to be a four bagger

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.
Written by Tony Davis at 00:00

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