20 Jun 2002

ANA's New York Covention medal features skyline, Statue of Liberty

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ANA's New York Covention medal features skyline, Statue of Liberty

Images of the Statue of Liberty and the New York City skyline are featured on the official, limited-edition medal marking the American Numismatic Association's (ANA) 111th Anniversary Convention in New York, July 31 to August 4.

Designed by noted medallic artist Virginia Janssen and struck by the Hoffman Mint, the obverse of the medal carries a close-up view of the upper portion of the Statue of Liberty, symbol of freedom the world over. On the reverse, Janssen has created an unforgettable New York skyline, along with the ANA's Lamp of Knowledge logo.

Mintage of the 2 1/2-inch bronze medal is limited to 150 pieces; it can be purchased for $34 (pre-issue price, $32). A two-medal set (one 1 1/2-inch medal each in silver and bronze, limited to a total of 150 sets) is available for $47 (pre-issue price, $45). A convention badge with colorful ribbon drape is $13 (pre-issue price, $12). A convention bar is $4.50, and the starter set needed to display the bars is $18.

Pre-issue orders must be received no later than July 12, 2002; please add $5 postage and handling per order.

To obtain additional information or to place an order, contact the ANA MoneyMarket, telephone toll-free 800/367 9723 or fax 719/634-4085. Or go to the ANA web site, www.money.org.

Originally Release Date: June 20, 2002
ANA Contacts: Phone: 719-482-9872
                            Email: pr@money.org



Level 5

Can you add any photos? I would love to see them.


Level 7

That was in 2002. This is now 2017. Can you tell me how many major shows have been I New York? Is there something wrong with our money? We have the best pizza and water that there is. Crime is very low. We have thousands of collectors. Plenty of Hotel space. So what seems to be the problem? Most of the show are intensity or the west. Just digest make sense.

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