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24 Feb 2019

**Badges?**

| Kepi

Hi Everyone! I just noticed that a good member here is able to earn badges now. Is this something the ANA has started up again or am I seeing things? I'd love to be able to try and earn badges again, that used to be really fun! Let me know if anyone has any information. Thanks and have a great "Numi" Day!

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12 Feb 2019

How the World’s Largest Coin Club Can Help You Build Your Collection

American Numismatic Assocation | ANAStaff

Building a collection of coins is a very personal matter. But you don’t have to go it alone. Doing so could lead to costly mistakes. Wouldn’t you rather learn from others and have more fun at the same time?

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24 Jan 2019

ANA Membership Medallion

Tokens | jsheng

I didn't know whether to put this in the tokens category or the medals category, so I chose tokens. Thought I'd post this as it looks very nice :). Because my friend got me a membership, we both got these 1/4 ounce silver medallions. In case you're wondering the text is:

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02 Oct 2018

What Got Me Into Collecting? Part II

Coins | iccoins

Everyone has their own unique story about how he or she got interested in coins and here’s mine. If you haven’t seen Part 1 yet, be sure to check it out before reading this so you don’t miss anything!

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25 Sep 2018

Best Coin Research Sites

Coins | iccoins

A large part of coin collecting is the research aspect. There is the common phrase, “Buy the book before the coin.” This also applies to websites, as well. Make sure to do your research before buying a coin. This is incredibly important so you don’t pay too much, so you know exactly what you’re getting, and so you know if it’s actually a good purchase, among other reasons. The following is a list of my favorite online coin research websites and the reasons why, whether it be for generalresearch, pricing, or numismatic news. I have not beensponsoredby any of these companies and the list is in no particular order.

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11 Aug 2018

The 1913 Liberty Nickels Official Travel Box - Does Bernie Still Own It?

| Coinlover1899

Hi everyone!

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07 Dec 2017

OBSOLETE PAPER MONEY 1782-1866

Library | Longstrider

This book is a must have for anybody that is interested in collecting or studying obsolete paper currency between the years 1782-1866. It is written by Q. David Bowers with a forward by the late Eric P. Newman. These men are two of the greatest numismatists to have lived, in my opinion. They both are personal heroes of mine. The passing of Mr. Newman was a sad day for our hobby. This book takes us back through a time when our country had more than 100,000 different combinations of denomination and design for circulating notes at one time. It was so bad, that banks and merchants handling money, had books and pamphlets with hundreds of pages telling them how to identify counterfeits and value guides of all the different currencies. The first chapter covers Early American Paper Money. It ends on chapter 21 with Obsolete Bank Notes: A State-by-State-Guide.

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19 Oct 2017

The Best Ways to Organize Your Collection

Coins | iccoins

Many collectors want to showcase and organize their coin collection in a nice, organized way that they understand. Many turn to Excel spreadsheets or other alternatives, while others turn to the special software designed specifically for coin collectors. However, there are many free and great ways to organize your coin collection. I have used all the formats below and these are my honest reviews of each, helping you to decide which one is best for you.

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17 Oct 2017

WHERE IS EVERYONE??

Exonumia | Longstrider

Now I don't want to get on a rant here but I have noticed something that is bothering me and getting worse. Where are all the people and their blogs? The ANA states, at the time I am writing this, that there are 12,105 members to Money.org.. I signed up for this website before it was even published. I was a beta tester. Everybody worked hard to make a top notch site. I think we all succeeded. Every blog had at least a dozen comments. Many different people wrote blogs. There was tons of people on the Forums. People were asking questions and other members were answering them. People made friends and actually communicated with each other. Not just checking a box. As far as I can tell, we now have maybe 12 active members. It probably is closer to six but I don't want to start a war of numbers. I know, I know, everybody is busy. School and work. We had all that years ago and people still took the time to get involved. My gosh! Even the ANA staff has quit writing blogs, with some noteworthy exceptions. I miss the ANA history, Fallback Thursday and that kind of stuff. Come on people. I'm begging you. Get involved again. Make this site worth looking at again! Maybe everybody but me knows everything already. I could be wrong. Just my opinion!! Thanks for looking you loyal half-dozen! Prove me wrong. Leave a comment!

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24 Mar 2017

World Fair of Money

| Conan Barbarian

Hey guys, i just found out hat my parents are planning a trip to Denver and it just so happened (with out them even knowing it) that it is on the same week the ANA is doing the world fair of money, so i might get to go. so excited, are any of you guys planning on going?

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