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A renaissance of beautiful U.S. coinage

The renaissance of U.S. coinage era sculpted some of the most beautiful U.S. coins in history. Of that era the Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle was created, which still is considered the most beautiful U.S. coin to ever be created.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

Notes from the Board of Governors meeting at the FUN Show

I received a few dispatches from Kim Kiick, one of the longtime managers here at the ANA, from the Board of Governors meetings at the FUN Show. Here is what the Board of Governors have been working on: 

 

  • Motion by Governor Lyon, second by Governor Adkins, to engage the firm of Survey and Ballot Systems, using their proposed hybrid web and mail ballot option, to conduct the 2013 ANA election. Passed.
  • Motion by Governor Rottinghaus, second by Governor Ellis, to accept Wednesday through Sunday as the official show days of the World's Fair of Money. After discussion, President Hallenbeck tabled the motion, to be taken up at the New Orleans National Money Show board meeting. 
  • Motion by Vice President Ostromecki, second by Ellis, to confirm the Presidential appointment of Hollie Wieland, of Karp Neu Hanlon, P.C., as General Counsel.
     
Written by Jake Sherlock at 00:00

Donation will create new exhibit award for U.S. commemoratives

The Society for U.S. Commemorative Coins donated $11,000 to endow a new exhibits awards category at the World's Fair of Money. Part of the money will also be used to support the ANA Library Fund.
Written by Jake Sherlock at 00:00

A totally American coin: the Buffalo Nickel

Learn more about the Buffalo Nickel that was designed from 1913-1938. Find out why it was created, the reasoning behind the design, and why it was removed from circulation so quickly.
Written by Brandon Ortega at 00:00

ANA staff sponsors surgery for child born with deformity

Dr. Sunil Richardson is a numismatist living in India who works with Smile Train USA to perform corrective surgery for children born with congenital deformity. The ANA staff recently helped sponsor one such surgery for a child.
Written by Jake Sherlock at 00:00

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