Tag: Numismatic Education

Numismatic Education: Scripophily Dealers Give Away Stock to New York Area Teachers

Numismatic Education: Scripophily Dealers Give Away Stock to New York Area Teachers

By Museum of American Finance …..   The Museum of American Finance, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, has partnered with two historical document dealers on an educational program to place primary source documents in local classrooms. Scripophily.com and Scott J. Winslow Associates, Inc. will sponsor free stock certificates for social studies teachers throughout the […]

By November 28, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Summer Seminar Scholarships Available for Talented Numismatists

Summer Seminar Scholarships Available for Talented Numismatists

Full and partial scholarships are available to both youths and adults who wish to attend the American Numismatic Association’s (ANA) highly acclaimed 2017 Summer Seminar in Colorado Springs, Colo. Dates for the two one-week sessions are June 17-22 and June 24-29. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of merit. Successful applicants need to demonstrate […]

ANA School of Numismatics Offers Seminars at FUN Convention

ANA School of Numismatics Offers Seminars at FUN Convention

The American Numismatic Association’s (ANA) School of Numismatics is offering a pair of educational courses held in conjunction with the 62nd Annual Florida United Numismatists (FUN) Convention. “Fundamentals of Grading U.S. Coins” and “Ancient Greek Coinage: An Overview of the World’s First Coins” will be offered prior to the FUN show, January 3-4. The FUN […]

American Numismatic Association Unveils “Treasures in Your Pocket”

American Numismatic Association Unveils “Treasures in Your Pocket”

You could have a collectible coin in your pocket change that might be worth hundreds of dollars To encourage budding coin collectors, the American Numismatic Association (ANA) – the world’s largest nonprofit organization devoted to coin collecting – launched Treasures in Your Pocket, an innovative website resource that provides information to anyone embarking on a […]

Numismatic Education – ANA Summer Seminar

Numismatic Education – ANA Summer Seminar

The ANA Summer Seminar offers opportunity for camaraderie and the best numismatic education from instructors with decades of experience. Last week I had the pleasure of spending several days in Colorado Springs for the ANA Summer Seminar. My plan was to attend the closing session of the first week and the opening session of the […]

Coin Collectors Invited to Meet CCAC at ANA Summer Seminar

Coin Collectors Invited to Meet CCAC at ANA Summer Seminar

By Dennis Tucker for the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee ….   The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) will meet at American Numismatic Association (ANA) headquarters on the campus of Colorado College during the 2016 ANA Summer Seminar. Students, instructors, ANA staff, and members of the public are all encouraged to attend the CCAC’s meeting on […]

ANA: Expand Your Numismatic Knowledge at 2016 Summer Seminar

ANA: Expand Your Numismatic Knowledge at 2016 Summer Seminar

The American Numismatic Association’s (ANA) annual Summer Seminar is fast approaching but there’s still time to register. The two one-week sessions will be held June 18-30, 2016 on the campus of Colorado College in Colorado Springs, adjacent to ANA headquarters. Summer Seminar offers hands-on training with a plethora of classes suited for collectors at all […]

ANA Summer Seminars: Art of Engraving Workshop Appeals to Artists

ANA Summer Seminars: Art of Engraving Workshop Appeals to Artists

The Art of Engraving This hands-on course teaches artists (and those interested in this art form) how medals and coins are traditionally created. Instructed by Laura Stocklin, metalsmith and printmaker, students explore the ancient art of hand die-engraving together with more modern processes currently used to create coins and medals. Scholarships Available Six successful candidates […]

Coin Collecting – Top 10 Most Important Coin Grading Tips

Coin Collecting – Top 10 Most Important Coin Grading Tips

By Scott Travers – USGoldExpert.com …….. With the advent of independent third-party certification, many coin buyers and sellers thought all their grading worries were over. No longer would they have to scrutinize each coin they bought and sold to determine its level of preservation. No longer would they need to concern themselves with grading pointers, […]

By February 29, 2016 1 Comments Read More →
The Story of the New Orleans Mint in Louisiana

The Story of the New Orleans Mint in Louisiana

By Timothy O’Fallon – Gibraltar Coins & Precious Metals ……..   Founding of the City and The Battle of New Orleans New Orleans was founded in 1718 by a fellow named Jean­ Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville. As you might imagine, he was French. He named the city Nouvelle­ Orléans (New Orleans) for the Duke of Orleans, […]

Journal of East Asian Numismatics to Publish Again in 2016

Journal of East Asian Numismatics to Publish Again in 2016

In 1994, The Journal of East Asian Numismatics (JEAN) was founded by Michael Chou, the CEO of Champion Auction and Bruce Smith, a noted numismatist in numismatic field. It is a professional numismatic academic journal whose mission is to educate more collectors and researchers on the subjects of Chinese numismatics, culture and history. Bruce Smith, […]

By November 19, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
So You Want to Be a Classical Numismatist? Ancient Coins for Beginners

So You Want to Be a Classical Numismatist? Ancient Coins for Beginners

CoinWeek Ancient Coin Series by Mike Markowitz….   THE HIGHEST PRAISE THAT one ancient coin collector can give another is to say he or she “has an eye for coins.” Someone with this remarkable ability can look at a tray of a hundred nearly identical pieces and unerringly pick out the three or four best […]

By September 28, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Counterfeit Coin Detection: 1912 Indian Head $10 Gold Eagle Coin

Counterfeit Coin Detection: 1912 Indian Head $10 Gold Eagle Coin

By Max Spiegel, NGC …..   The raised spikes at the rim of this 1912 $10 Indian Head Eagle are one indication that it is a counterfeit It is no surprise that United States gold coins have long been the target of counterfeiters. A wave of deceptive forgeries appeared in the marketplace in the 1960s […]

PCGS Expert Coin Grading Seminars At June 2015 Long Beach Expo

PCGS Expert Coin Grading Seminars At June 2015 Long Beach Expo

  Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com) experts will conduct three grading seminars, including one for young numismatists, at the June 4 – 6, 2015 Long Beach Expo Coin, Currency, Stamp & Sports Collectible Show. “The last time we offered grading classes, the advance reservations quickly filled up the limited available space. We anticipate that will […]

By April 2, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
ANA News: Association Presents Award to Numismatic Educator Keith L. Grove

ANA News: Association Presents Award to Numismatic Educator Keith L. Grove

ANA News: Impact of numismatic educator Keith L. Grove recognized… Keith L. Grove received the Lawrence J. Gentile Sr. Memorial Award for Outstanding Adult Advisor during the 2014 Session II Summer Seminar banquet at the American Numismatic Association. Grove was named Outstanding Adult Advisor due to his contributions to the ANA and the Edward C. […]

History Hidden in Plain Sight: Freemasons on United States Coins

History Hidden in Plain Sight: Freemasons on United States Coins

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek …..   According to some, the secretive fraternity of the Freemasons is elitist and anti-democratic. Still others have questioned the organization’s spiritual views. For those initiated into the fraternity, Masonry is said to offer a path to self-improvement and lifelong friendships. Historically, public suspicion of the group […]

20th Edition of Friedberg’s Paper Money of United States Marks Publication’s 60th Anniversary

20th Edition of Friedberg’s Paper Money of United States Marks Publication’s 60th Anniversary

By Coin & Currency Institute….   2013-2014 Version is in Full Color and Available in Multiple Formats for First Time Sixty years after its introduction, the twentieth edition of Paper Money of United States, the standard reference book on United States paper money, is being released by the Coin & Currency Institute. In 1953, the […]

By June 14, 2013 1 Comments Read More →
John Highfill Headlines Silver Dollar Seminar at SoCal Show

John Highfill Headlines Silver Dollar Seminar at SoCal Show

A Silver Dollar seminar is being offered at the SoCal Coin & Currency Show on July 18-20 at the Ontario Convention Center, 2000 Convention Center Way, Ontario, CA 91764.  The Silver Dollar seminar offers a great opportunity to learn from the industry’s leading experts.  John Highfill, author of the Comprehensive Silver Dollar Encyclopedia and founder […]

By June 10, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
PNG Launching Numismatic Mentoring Program: Promoting Numismatic Growth

PNG Launching Numismatic Mentoring Program: Promoting Numismatic Growth

The Professional Numismatists Guild (www.PNGdealers.com) has announced it will create an education and mentoring program to recruit and train the next generation of coin dealers. Entitled “Promoting Numismatic Growth” (PNG), the program will include online instruction about coins and the coin market followed by paid internships at some of the nation’s best known dealerships and […]

A Brief History of the Money Museum and Upcoming Fundraising Coin Auction

A Brief History of the Money Museum and Upcoming Fundraising Coin Auction

PANTA RHEI – “everything flows.” This quote from the work of the Greek philosopher Heraclitus perfectly encapsulates everything the Money Museum strives to be – always changing, never resting on the laurels of its past, and always remaining in the lead when it comes to the challenge of seeking out new forms of communication. This […]

The Value of Old Numismatic Books

The Value of Old Numismatic Books

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker Special Contributors to CoinWeek – When Hubert and I set out to write numismatic books, we did so because the kind of book that we wanted to read just wasn’t readily available. We weren’t sure if such a book had been written before and was somehow absent from store […]

New Book on “Copper Collector’s Guide to the Identification of 2×2 Envelopes”

New Book on “Copper Collector’s Guide to the Identification of 2×2 Envelopes”

Ralph Rucker, Author Interviewer: David Lisot. The Early American Coppers group prides itself on the depth of research that its members do learning about coinage. Ralph Rucker takes that research to a new level in his new book on the 2×2 envelopes that contained these coins. He shares why his believes his research is important […]

New Book on “History of Collecting Confederate Paper Money”

New Book on “History of Collecting Confederate Paper Money”

Pierre Fricke, Author, Interviewer: David Lisot. Pierre Fricke continues his research efforts in the field of Confederate with this new book being published. He shares what information is contained and why collectors will want to add this new literary effort to their libraries. Copyright © CoinWeek – May 2012 Early American Coppers Convention Buffalo, New […]

EAC Convention Report 2012 Video

EAC Convention Report 2012 Video

Nick Gampietro, EAC Convention Co-Chairman Interviewer: David Lisot. Nick talks about what it took to make this convention take place. He also shares how he was able to get a room full of school children to come to the bourse floor and learn about America’s early coinage. Runtime Video: 2:17 Early American Coppers Convention Buffalo, […]

Interview with Susan McMillan, ANA Director of Education Projects

Interview with Susan McMillan, ANA Director of Education Projects

Susan McMillan, ANA Director of Education Projects The American Numismatic Association has an entire department devoted to teaching about coin collecting. Every ANA Convention as well as at Summer Seminar in Colorado Springs experts gather to share their knowledge about the hobby of numismatics. Meet the person who organizes these events and find out what […]

By October 17, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Nearly $125,000 Pledged to Bob Lecce Memorial Fund

Nearly $125,000 Pledged to Bob Lecce Memorial Fund

Members of the numismatic community have pledged $122,450 to the Bob Lecce Memorial Fund, which will be used by the American Numismatic Association for the advancement of numismatic education. Lecce, who died on July 10, was an ANA life member who, along with his son Richard, operated a business that specialized in rare-date and hard-to-find […]

Numismatic Theatre Schedule Set for Chicago

Numismatic Theatre Schedule Set for Chicago

Numismatic Theatre, a popular feature of the American Numismatic Association’s convention education programs, has been finalized for the 2011 ANA Chicago World’s Fair of Money, Aug. 16-20. Numismatic Theatre consists of 30-40 minute presentations given by ANA members on a wide range of topics. Presentations will be held Aug. 16-17 and Aug. 19-20 in Room […]

Numismatic Specialties Are Like Gold in Your Pocket

Numismatic Specialties Are Like Gold in Your Pocket

Richard Schwary – California Numismatic Investment When someone asks what type of rare coins I collect, and what suggestions might be valuable to another person, my advice is almost always the same: The foundation of collecting or investing in numismatics should be based on your personal preferences, so take the time to investigate the many […]

 
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