28 Mar 2015

Famed Brasher Doubloon on Display at ANA Money Museum Courtesy of Monaco Rare Coins

News | ANA Official Post | ANAStaff

(Colorado Springs, Colorado) -- The finest certified 1787 Brasher Doubloon, the first circulating gold coin struck for the young United States, is on display at the American Numismatic Association’s Edward C. Rochette Money Museum (www.money.org) in Colorado Springs. The coin is on loan courtesy of Monaco Rare Coins of Newport Beach, California (www.MonacoRareCoins.com).

02 Mar 2015

PMG Grades ANA Bebee Collection Notes

Paper Money-U.S. | ANA Official Post | ANAStaff

The ANA Bebee Collection comprises 904 pieces and is widely ranked among the most comprehensive and important collections of US paper money. It was donated to the ANA Edward C. Rochette Money Museum in 1987 by Aubrey and Adeline Bebee, two prominent collectors and ANA benefactors. In addition to their extraordinary paper money collection, the Bebees also donated a 1913 Liberty Head Nickel and an 1804 Dollar to the ANA.

27 May 2014


News | ANA Official Post | jfletcher

COLORADO SPRINGS - The Edward C. Rochette Money Museum will present a new exhibit, "Treasures of the Deep: Galleons, Storms and Archeology," telling the story of the world's greatest shipwrecks, the treasures they carried and the efforts to preserve the shipwreck sites. The exhibit opens on June 5 with a free Open House.

04 Apr 2014


News | ANA Official Post | jfletcher

American Numismatic Association member Mack Martin received the Steven J. D'Ippolito Best-of-Show Exhibit award for his exhibit, "Georgia's Civil War Treasury History, 1861-1865" at the 2014 National Money ShowSM, February 27-March 1 in Atlanta.

19 May 2013


News | ANA Official Post | jfletcher

American Numismatic Association member Dennis Schafluetzel received the Steven J. D'Ippolito Best-in-Show Exhibit and the People's Choice awards for his exhibit, "Railroad & River Hub Gives Rise to Bank of Chattanooga," at the 2013 National Money ShowSM, May 9-11 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

05 Feb 2013


News | ANA Official Post | jfletcher

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - National news organizations are abuzz about the 1913 Liberty Head Nickel expected to fetch millions at auction this spring, but locals have a chance to see one up close and personal at the Money Museum, 818 N. Cascade Ave., in Colorado Springs.

28 Sep 2012


News | ANA Official Post | jfletcher

A new display at the Edward C. Rochette Money Museum marks the end of an era and a major milestone in the history of money. The second-to-last Canadian cent ever produced is on display at the downtown Colorado Springs museum through 2012.Canada recently retired its one-cent piece, 154 years after its introduction in 1858. The last Canadian cents were struck during a May 4 ceremony.This exhibit incorporates a two-minute video about the final day of cent production at the Royal Canadian Mint in Winnipeg, along with examples of previous Canadian cent designs, the second-to-last cent struck and a special presentation letter from the Royal Canadian Mint."The discontinuation of the Canadian cent is the end an era. It marks a trend in world coinage where nations are simplifying their currencies and cutting costs by getting rid of their smallest denominations," said Money Museum Curator Douglas Mudd. "Canada has been one of the last holdouts; it remains to be seen if the U.S. will follow suit in the future."James B. Love, Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Royal Canadian Mint, presented the coin to ANA President Thomas Hallenbeck and ANA Executive Director Jeff Shevlin during a special Aug. 9 presentation at the American Numismatic Association World's Fair of MoneySMin Philadelphia.Images are available upon request; please emailpr@money.org.The Money Museum is located at 818 N. Cascade Ave. in Colorado Springs. Hours are 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors, students or military and free for children 12 and under. For more information or to schedule a tour, call 719-632-2646 or emailtours@money.org.The American Numismatic Association's Edward C. Rochette Money Museum lets visitors discover the world of money through entertaining and interactive exhibits. As the nation's largest museum dedicated solely to numismatics, the museum uses money as a means to explore culture, art, science and history. Learn the stories behind the money and see how 2,600 years of human experience is reflected in money.


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