2007 Press Releases
Las Vegas man give $12,500 for helping solve a coin dealer's murder
Following is contact information for the American Numismatic Association National Money Show™ March 16-18 in Charlotte.
Two previously unreported, historic coins from the legendary collection of George O. Walton-- an 1830's era Bechtler gold dollar and a 1921 Zerbe proof Morgan silver dollar-- will be exhibited along with his famous 1913 Liberty Head nickel at the American Numismatic Association's National Money Show in the Charlotte, N.C. Convention Center, March 16-18.
“Bechtler's Gold,” featuring the story of the famous North Carolina mint that produced the first gold dollars in U.S. history, is one of several outstanding exhibits at the American Numismatic Association’s 2007 National Money Show™. Visitors to the event, held March 16-18 in Charlotte, N.C., will be treated to a wide range of exhibits that appeal to everyone from experienced collectors to numismatic newcomers.
Thirteen sponsors contributed a total of $40,500 to support the American Numismatic Association’s National Money Show™ March 16-18 in Charlotte, N.C.
An expanded offering of educational programs, catering to all ages and interests, will be offered before and during the American Numismatic Association National Money Show™ March 16-18 at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, N.C.
The Federation Internationale De La Medaille and the American Numismatic Association, host of the Art Medal World Congress FIDEM XXX, Sept. 19-22, in Colorado Springs, invites American medalists to submit designs for the official Congress medal and the U.S. delegation medal.
NCG will remain official grading service through May
The American Numismatic Association’s Bylaws and Governance Task Force has made some modifications to its recommendations to revise ANA bylaws and seeks member feedback on the proposal, which will be discussed at the ANA Board of Governors meeting March 14 and 15 prior to the National Money Show in Charlotte.
The American Numismatic Association is accepting papers on “Communicating Through Money,” from authors who would like to make presentations at the third annual Maynard Sundman/Littleton Coin Co. Lecture Series.