The ANA’s Virtual Exhibits webpage takes popular displays from the Edward C. Rochette Money Museum and makes them available online to enthusiasts around the country and world.
Learn about the museum’s spectacular rarities, explore a wide range of historical subjects, and expand your collecting knowledge and interests. These virtual exhibits allow you to view high resolution images and detailed information about fascinating numismatic objects.
The History of Money
Explore the amazing origins of money on a journey that will take you to distant lands and times long past.
Money of Empire: Elizabeth to Elizabeth
This exhibit uses money and medals to illustrate the development of the British Empire from its beginnings under Elizabeth I (1558-1603) to the present day.
WWI: Trenches to Treaties
World War I was a global conflict that affected the lives of 100s of millions of people and altered the political map of Europe and the world. Explore this conflict through money and medals.
Coins, Crown & Conflict
This exhibit explores the period starting with the reign of Charles I and the English Civil Wars to the first years of the restored British monarchy under Charles II, through the coins, medals, people and objects associated with Oliver Cromwell.
Baker-Manley Collection of Numismatic Washingtonia
The Baker-Manley collection is the ultimate grouping of numismatic Washingtonia not only for its quality and size (over 950 pieces) but for its provenance.
Error Notes from the Bebee Collection
Explore the famous Bebee collection of error notes; including examples of double denominations, improper alignments, inverted backs, overprints and more.
The Bebee Collection
The famous Bebee collection of US Paper Money is among the finest ever assembled. Explore the collection through this wonderful online presentation!
Colorado Numismatic History
Learn the history of money made in Colorado from paper currency to the famous Lesher dollar experiment of 1900-01.
1943 and 1944 Cents
Learn more about the famous 1943 Bronze Cent Error and 1944 Zinc-plated Steel Cent Error.
The Continental Dollar of 1776
As the founding fathers met in Philadelphia to discuss independence for the colonies, their thoughts turned to the creation of a new coinage, a traditional symbol of national independence
The 1804 silver dollar is among the most coveted of all U.S. rare coins, with only 15 known examples. The ANA is fortunate to have two examples to illustrate the story of this series.
1792 Half Disme
The ANA is fortunate to display two examples of this rare and historic coin, including the finest known example that once belonged to David Rittenhouse, first Director of the Mint.
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