National Coin Week
Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2013 National Coin Week activities!
Get ready for the video trivia challenge: The Hunt For Black Diamond
The video trivia challenge is your opportunity to win prizes associated with National Coin Week and the buffalo nickel. In the video trivia challenge, Black Diamond has mysteriously come back to life only to find out he is no longer on America's nickels. Upset about this, he vows to steal every buffalo nickel in existance as his revenge.
Know the answer to all five videos? Tell us and you could win a prize.
Watch here as Black Diamond comes back to life:
Buffalo tunes: Black Diamond's favorite songs
Get into the spirit of National Coin Week with popular songs that feature the buffalo.
Black Diamond, the inspiration for America's iconic nickel
A century ago, the U.S. Mint was preparing to release what would become one of the country's best-loved coin designs. A North American bison named Black Diamond likely served as the model for the coin's iconic reverse.
Events, activities and educational content will focus on the Indian Head/Buffalo nickel (1913-1938), including subjects such as Native American history, animals on coins, the "Renaissance of American Coinage" and the famous 1913 Liberty Head nickel.
Publicize National Coin Week
Does your club have big plans for National Coin Week, but you're just not sure how to get the word out? Check out the 2013 Promotional Material page for info on how to order items like buttons, bookmarks and Buffalo nickels, plus you can download a sample press release to send to your local newspaper, or download a sample proclamation for your local mayor to sign.
Club Trivia Challenge
The annual Club Trivia Challenge is a fun way for club members to show off their numismatic knowledge and share it with others.
2013 National Coin Week activities
Learn more about Black Diamond and the Buffalo nickel through these fun, educational activities.
2012 National Coin Week archive
Looking for something from last year? We got you covered.
Share your events with other ANA members
Latest blogs about National Coin Week:
Adam Leech carves hobo nickels. We invited the Colorado Springs native to give a demonstration of his craft as part of the open house for National Coin Week, and Adam certainly didn't disappoint. We set him up in the conference room, but the audience spilled out into the hall on several occassions.
The Honolulu Coin Club received National Coin Week proclamations from the mayor's office and the city council.