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Get a sneak peek of the new $100 bill at the World's Fair of Money

The United States Treasury's Bureau of Engraving and Printing will showcase the new $100 bill at the World's Fair of Money from Aug. 13-17. The bill is set to enter circulation Oct. 8.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

Rosemont, Ill.: Things to do after the World's Fair of Money closes for the day

Rosemont is the home of the World's Fair of Money. The area has recently added new attractions to the area creating a more entertaining atmosphere.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

If you get a call about housing for an ANA convention, that call is not from the ANA

Over the last two years, the ANA Convention Department has received numerous complaints about third-party companies that contact ANA dealers and members with offers to book hotel rooms for them at the National Money Show and the World’s Fair of Money. These companies have no affiliation with the ANA, and booking accommodations through them is risky to you and detrimental to the Association in a number of ways.
Written by Jake Sherlock at 00:00

Donation will create new exhibit award for U.S. commemoratives

The Society for U.S. Commemorative Coins donated $11,000 to endow a new exhibits awards category at the World's Fair of Money. Part of the money will also be used to support the ANA Library Fund.
Written by Jake Sherlock at 00:00

Exhibiting is an excellent way to educate and compete

At each ANA World's Fair of Money and National Money Show, the ANA offers a competitive exhibit area for members to show material from their collection as well as educate the public about a type of material that they may have not normally known about.
Written by John Siteman at 00:00

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