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18 Jun 2015

KRDO reports on #TheNew10 at the Money Museum

Money Museum | ANA Official Post | Jake Sherlock

KRDO News stopped by the Money Museum on Thursday to report on #TheNew10 decision: That the $10 note will be redesigned in 2020 and will feature a woman. 

24 May 2015

PHOTO GALLERY: Volunteers promote the Money Museum, numismatics at Territory Days

Money Museum | ANA Official Post | Jake Sherlock

ANA members braved the rain to volunteer at Territory Days in Old Colorado City (part of the greater Colorado Springs area). The volunteers taught festival goers about the science and history behind money, and they provided free coupons to see the new Money Museum exhibit on gold and National Bank Notes from Colorado's days as a Territory through early statehood. 

04 May 2015

Attendance strong during National Coin Week Open House

National Coin Week | ANA Official Post | jfletcher

The American Numismatic Association welcomed nearly 400 visitors to an open house on April 25 at the Edward C. Rochette Money Museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The event was held as part of the 2015 National Coin Week.

01 May 2015

Money Museum listed as one of top 4 museums for financial literacy

Money Museum | ANA Official Post | ANAStaff

The Money Museum was listed as one of the top four museums "that will boost your financial literacy." Check out the article by CheatSheet.

24 Apr 2015

Money Museum and National Coin Week featured on Fox21 morning show

National Coin Week | ANA Official Post | Jake Sherlock

John Martin from Fox 21 spent some time at the Money Museum this week to learn about the exhibits and the plans for National Coin Week. Check out the report that aired on the Fox 21 Morning Show today. And don't forget to join us for free admission, lots of prizes and much more during the Money Museum's National Coin Week celebration on Saturday, April 25. 

16 Apr 2015

How far would you go to see a coin?

World's Fair of Money | LNCS

In 2003, I flew across the country to the World's Fair of Money since they were going to display the 4 known 1913 Liberty Head Nickels. When I got there, I was in for a surprise (the 4 were joined by the missing 5th coin)Have you ever travelled just to see a specific coin or display? If so, how far did you have to go?