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Monday February 3, 2014
Would you like to experience one of the best coin weeks of your life? Consider attending the American Numismatic Association’s Summer Seminar touted as “The best education in numismatics. PERIOD.” I totally agree.
Friday January 31, 2014
I was introduced to the numismatic community through friend and mentor Lee Minshull in May of last year. It all began when I purchased silver, ninety percent coins in as an investment but it sparked my interest in numismatics and coin collecting. From that day forward I have always been trying to better educate myself in numismatics. Being a young numismatist myself, I have found that there are many great resources to help further my education.
Thursday January 30, 2014
My name is Kathy Freeland, and I was the recipient of the FUN scholarship for a class at ANA’s famous Summer Seminar. I had chosen Advanced Military Numismatics before I even wrote the scholarship application because I had research to conduct and writing to do on a publication that will hopefully be coming out by next April.
Wednesday December 18, 2013
Join us as we celebrate the 46th Annual American Numismatic Association Summer Seminar, held on the campus of Colorado College in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado, adjacent to ANA headquarters.
Each year we ask, how can we improve Summer Seminar? Members responded with valuable information and we take member feedback seriously. Here are some of the things members asked for and what we've done as a result ...
Wednesday August 7, 2013
Ever since receiving the news in January that I had been awarded a scholarship by the GNA for a week at the ANA Summer Seminar, my excitement level was a ten.