Andy Dickes's Blog

17 Feb 2020

National Coin Week, April 19-25

National Coin Week | Andy Dickes

Dear ANA members,

National Coin Week is April 19-25. This year's theme is "Remarkable Women: Catalysts of Change," celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and the vital contributions of women in numismatics and society.

The ANA is asking members to share their knowledge and research on this blog. Choose a woman or women you admire, and detail their accomplishments and impact. Subjects can be from any time in history, and any country. Accomplishments can be in any field (numismatics, suffrage, science, art, literature, politics, etc.). Posts should be a minimum of 200 words (no maximum), and feature at least one image.

The top 5 blog posts receive a 2020 Women's Suffrage Centennial commemorative silver dollar. Other prizes include proof sets and Martha Washington commemorative medals. Blogs must be online by Monday, May 4. Make sure to specify "National Coin Week" as the blog category.

Questions? Email ncw@money.org. Need a login for www.MONEY.org? Email membership@money.org.



Level 5

I wish I was aware of this back then... oh well, maybe next year XD Cheers, NumisMaster


Level 3

There are many women in our hobby and industry who serve the best interests of the numismatic community. I don’t want to start mentioning names because I will surely forget some. There are hundreds, perhaps thousands who serve ANA, volunteer, collect, share knowledge, support their spouse’s collecting or dealing interests, and provide great support for all of us. Hats off to these great women! Gary Adkins

Thank you!!

Andy Dickes

Level 4

Hello everyone, and thanks for your interest in this activity! I look forward to reading your submissions.


Level 6

This has Gray's and Mokie's name all over it. I want to read about LGF. Thanks.. Good luck to all.

It's Mokie

Level 6

What a great idea, I am happy to participate.


Level 7

It's also the week the mint will release the first of the quarters with a privy mark celebrating the end of WW II. In wich women served proudly. They served in the Civil war as nurses. Then you had Rosie the rivitar. Now there on the front line.They have come along way.

I hope all of us will participate!


Level 6

Hopefully collector let it be known and promote NCW

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