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New club founded in Mississippi

Collectors founded a new club for world and U.S. coin collectors in South Mississippi in September of 2012, the South Mississippi Numismatic Association.
Written by Norman Carnovale at 00:00

The Roots of Coinage

Take a look at the roots of coinage by looking back to the B.C. time frame. The Greeks may not have invented coinage, but they set the guidelines for coinage that is still used today.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

ANA staff brings in new year with Greek tradition

The Money Museum celebrated the start of the 2013 work year with the Greek tradition of cutting a Vasilopita. The celebration hopefully will bring good luck to everyone associated with the Money Museum.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

A map to track gold coins that show up in Salvation Army red kettles

Each year around this time, various gold coins find their way into Salvation Army kettles. As we get closer to Christmas, there will be more and more stories showing up of generous individuals who make the anonymous donations. And this year, we've decided to map the donations.
Written by Jake Sherlock at 00:00

Weekly Money Museum Item: The second-to-last Canadian penny

Explore the Money Museum weekly. This week learn more about the second to Last Canadian Penny and find out what makes this coin so interesting to Money Museum visitors.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

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