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Introducing 'Spousetivities': Non-numismatic excursions for the non-collector to enjoy

The ANA has arranged some great excursions for spouses and other family members who aren't enrolled at Summer Seminar to enjoy while their favorite numismatist is in class.
Written by Emma Madura at 17:00

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Territorial gold class to feature special discussion on Saddle Ridge Hoard

Two of the foremost experts in U.S. gold coins and territorial gold, David McCarthy and Doug Winter, will offer special insight into the recent Saddle Ridge Hoard discovery as part of their Session 2 class, United States and Territorial Gold Coinage (1795-1933).
Written by Jake Sherlock at 17:00

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Receive $50 off your Summer Seminar expenses when you register by March 31

ANA members attending Summer Seminar can save $50 per session (members who attend both sessions can save $100) when they register and pay tuition and campus fees by March 31.
Written by Jake Sherlock at 17:00

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One of the Best Coin Weeks of Your Life

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.
Written by Michael S. Fey at 00:00

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Coin education as a young numismatist

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.
Written by Ron Sannes at 16:00

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