2004 Press Releases
Two of the five known 1913 Liberty Head nickels - the Bebee and recently located Walton specimens - and the unique Neil/Carter specimen 1794 Flowing Hair silver dollar will be prominently displayed during the American Numismatic Association's (www.money.org) National Money Show in the Oregon Convention Center, Portland, Oregon, March 26 - 28.
Three coins prominently featured in recent news stories will be exhibited at the American Numismatic Association's National Money Show in Portland, Oregon, March 26 - 28. The show is free and open to the public.
Independent examinations by a dozen well-known experts the past year confirm what some have believed for decades: the Neil/Carter specimen is the finest known surviving 1794 Flowing Hair silver dollar, is the only known 1794 dollar with a silver plug, and according to some authorities, probably was the first United States silver dollar struck.
American Numismatic Association Executive Director, Christopher Cipoletti, surprised and delighted the ribbon cutting audience when he announced the hiring of a new employee during opening ceremonies of the ANA's National Money Show in Portland, Oregon, March 26.
American Numismatic Association President, Gary E. Lewis, has presented the ANA President's Award to David Tirrell-Wysocki, a veteran reporter and writer for the Associated Press in Concord, New Hampshire.
"The generous contributions by 16 sponsors were a key factor in the success of the recent National Money Show in Portland, Oregon," said Christopher Cipoletti, American Numismatic Association Executive Director.
All the available dealers' tables for the next two American Numismatic Association conventions were sold out in four days including a record 460 tables in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and more than 200 in Kansas City, Missouri. The spaces were quickly snapped up by dealers during the ANA's annual "table draw."
In response to the growing need for consumer protection and the risks associated with taking action to address concerns about numismatic industry practices, the American Numismatic Association Board of Governors has established a Defense Fund to assist in defraying the costs of defense for ANA members who find themselves named in lawsuits after they have taken action to protect collectors and the numismatic hobby.
An unprecedented membership recruitment program has been established between the American Numismatic Association and leading numismatic auction houses. The auction firms will pay for the first year's membership for any non-ANA member who purchases $1,000 or more in the auction of a participating company.
A veteran numismatic photographer, cataloger, and manager brings more than a decade of Smithsonian experience to the ANA museum.
Visitors to the American Numismatic Association's World's Fair of Money® convention in Pittsburgh, August 18 - 22, will have a rare opportunity to see some of the hobby's most acclaimed, multi-million dollar numismatic rarities in one place at one time, as well as a firstof-its-kind exhibit of Carnegie hero medals.
His name - already synonymous with numismatic literature, research and education - is well-known throughout the American Numismatic Association and the numismatic community.
From opening day ribbon cutting on Wednesday, August 18 to Sunday, August 22's midafternoon close, the 113th Annual American Numismatic Association (ANA) World's Fair of Money® surpassed expectations.
Bowers and Merena Auctions will be the official auctioneer for two upcoming American Numismatic Association conventions.