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Museum Showcase

Show attendees have the opportunity to see some of the world’s most beautiful and valuable coins, paper money and related numismatic treasures not seen anywhere else. The Museum Showcase features rare and historic items from the ANA’s Money Museum and items generously lent to the ANA from private collections.

1913 Liberty Head Nickel

One of the five known 1913 Liberty Head nickels made under mysterious circumstances at the Philadelphia Mint and insured now for $3 million.

1913 Liberty Head Nickel

1804 Draped Bust U.S. Silver Dollar

The "King of U.S. Coins", insured for $4 million, is among the most coveted of all U.S. rare coins, with only 15 known examples.

1804 Draped Bust U.S. Silver Dollar

Bebee Error Notes

The famous Bebee collection of paper currency and uncut notes. This exhibit offers rarely seen highlights from the collection of U.S. paper money and uncut U.S. currency sheets, including bills mistakenly printed with various errors, such as upside down or entirely missing serial numbers.

bebee error note five dollar

1943 Bronze Cent Error

Visitors can also see for the first time in Atlanta a unique World War II era Lincoln cent made in 1943 of bronze alloy, rather than zinc-coated steel to conserve copper, that sold for more than $1 million two years ago.

1943 Bronze Cent Error

1944 Zinc-plated Steel Cent Error

Though not as well known, 1944 steel cents errors are also quite rare with perhaps 35 examples in existence from all mints. 

1944 Zinc-plated Steel Cent Error

Comitia Americana Medals

The Comitia Americana series are the first medals issued by the fledgling United States. Authorized during the American Revolution, these beautiful medals celebrate the leaders who successfully fought the British for our independence. Explore the history of the wonderful medals and how they were created.

Comitia Americana Medals
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