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Visit the ANA booth at the Big Cool Science Festival this weekend

Learn about the science behind numismatics at The Big Cool Science Festival at Colorado College on Saturday, April 12 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The festival is a free, fun filled day of hands-on science adventures. There will be live science demonstrations, tours and engaging activities.
Written by Lauren Springli at 00:00

It's time for the year of the horse

This year in the Chinese Zodiac calendar is the year of the horse. Those born in the years 2014, 2002, 1990, 1978, 1966, 1954, 1942, etc. are born in the year of the horse. They are said to be energetic, active, master problem solvers, agile, forgiving and to have a sunny disposition. I was born in the year of the horse, 2002.
Written by Eric Niedzielski at 00:00
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Building a next generation of collectors and an ANA membership foundation is as easy as 1, 2, 3

Building a next generation of collectors and an ANA membership foundation is as easy as 1,2,3. Anyone can do it. Pictured is ANA President Walter Ostromecki giving a free 2014-S, Great Smokey Mountain National Park quarter on an information card to a young boy who attended the ANA Atlanta National Money Show on Saturday, March 1, 2014.
Written by American Numismatic Association staff at 00:00

NGC Modifies CrossOver Policy to Include 70-Graded Coins

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®), the world’s largest third-party coin grading and authentication service, has announced that it will now accept CrossOver submissions of coins graded MS 70, PF 70 and SP 70.
Written by Janell Armstrong at 00:00
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Three Steps You Can Take to Avoid the Fate of Tulving’s Customers

It’s official! The Tulving Company has ceased operations. At one point in time considered one of the most reputable and lowest cost coin and bullion providers in the nation, the legendary company, which recorded billions of dollars of sales during its 19 year run, shuttered its doors on March 3rd. As outlined in the following article, the first real signs of distress began to occur in mid-2012 and came to a head earlier this month when The Tulving Company was receiving more daily complaints than orders. As to if the victims will receive some form of restitution, it’s for the bankruptcy courts to decide. ...
Written by Tony Davis at 00:00

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