Al Raddi's Blog

12 Apr 2021

National Coin Week Display in Milford, MI

National Coin Week | Al Raddi

Each year, American Numismatic Association (ANA) member club the Huron Valley Numismatic Society (Highland, MI) puts up a small National Coin Week (NCW) display at the public library in Milford, MI. This year's display features the Eisenhower dollar and includes a couple of posters describing the obverse and reverse of the coin, a Harco album with a collection of the big rounds, some NCW promotional items supplied by the ANA (book marks and buttons) and a half dozen books on Ike that staff pulled from the stacks.

The display seen in the accompanying photo greets visitors for three weeks - NCW and the two weeks bookending it.



Level 5

Cool display. Our local library does not allow private displays.


Level 3

This is awesome, thanks for sharing! Wish I had a display case like this for my personal collection, any idea where I could get one?

Al Raddi

Level 4

You can find a nice display case at a company that sells library furniture. But, be prepared to pay a lot of money..

Long Beard

Level 5

What a great idea! I'll stop by my local library tomorrow and inquire if the could do something similar with me donating items. Thanks for sharing this!

Nice display. This is how we reach out and collecting starts for others.


Level 6

Nice looking display, keep up the good work


Level 5

Neat. My library doesn't do this. O yeah! Our libraries are all closed!

C.D. Harrell

Level 4

Silver Ike dollars are underrated in my opinion.


Level 7

That's great! The Ike is so underated. I like ike!. I like the coins also. What a great idea!


Level 6

That is so cool! Looks great! Very professional. ; )

It's Mokie

Level 6

Outstanding, what a great idea!!!


Level 5

Very nice display. Must be a great club.


Level 5

VERY nice!! I wish we could have a similar setup here for our shows in Utah. Thanks for the pic!!

Kevin Leab

Level 4

Very nice. I wish this would happen in libraries all over the country duing National Coin Week.

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