03 Aug 2002

2002 ANA YN exhibit awards

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2002 ANA YN exhibit awards

The American Numismatic Association (ANA) presented 11 competitive exhibit awards for Young Numismatists (YN), age 17 and younger, at the ANA's 111th Anniversary Convention in New York City.

The Charles H. Wolfe Sr. Memorial Award for YN Best-in Show Exhibit was presented to Steven Caywood for his exhibit "David R. Cervin Ancient Coin Project."

The following Class Exhibit awards were presented:

Class Y1: United States Coins - Edgerton-Lenker (for all U.S. coins and patterns, including colonial) 
  • First Place - Tabitha Thelen, "A Selection of Coins from the Early 20th and Early 21st Centuries." 
  • Second Place - no exhibit 
  • Third Place - no exhibit

Class Y2: Foreign Coins - James L. Betton Memorial (for coins of any foreign country, including gold) 
  • First Place - Elizabeth Burg, "Queen Elizabeth Coinage Throughout the World: A Golden Jubilee Celebration." 
  • Second Place - no exhibit 
  • Third Place - no exhibit

Class Y3: Paper Money - Kagin Family (for United States and foreign paper money and paper numismatica) 
  • First Place - Grace Kelly, "Chinese Imperial Banknotes." 
  • Second Place - Michael Caltabellotta, "Paper Money of Laos." 
  • Third Place - no exhibit

Class Y4: Israeli or Judaic - Melissa Van Grover (for all types of Israeli or Judaic numismatic material or to other deserving exhibits) 
  • First Place - Nicole Caltabellotta, "A Selection of Coins, Medals, and Paper Money of Israel." 
  • Second Place - no exhibit 
  • Third Place - no exhibit

Class Y5: Medals and Tokens - Charles "Cheech" Litman Memorial (for medals and tokens of all countries) 
  • First Place - Joshua Wadsworth, "12 Years of PAN Elongates." 
  • Second Place - Jason Paradis, "My Collection of U.S. Mint Medals." 
  • Third Place - no exhibit

Class Y6: Medieval and Ancient - Charles H. Wolfe Sr. Memorial (for medieval, ancient and related numismatic material)
  •  First Place - Steven Caywood, "David R. Cervin Ancient Coin Project." 
  • Second Place - Sam Spiegel, "Cleaning Ancient Coins." 
  • Third Place - no exhibit

Class Y7: Errors and Varieties - Alan Herbert (for all types of error and variety material from all countries) 
  • First Place - Max Spiegel, "My Collection of United States Error Coins." 
  • Second Place - no exhibit 
  • Third Place - no exhibit

Originally Release Date: August 3, 2002
ANA Contacts: Phone: 719-482-9872
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