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Paul Rabin (+ 2021)

Paul Rabin was one of those persons you saw at many coin fairs – whether in the United States, Switzerland or Germany. The amiable coin dealer died in February 2021. Ursula Kampmann commemorates him.

Major Coin Find in Hungary: 7,000 Roman to Renaissance Coins

In mid-January, Hungarian archaeologists made an important discovery: 7,000 coins were unearthed. The coins of the hoard come from very different times: from the 2nd century AD to the time around 1500.

Will the USA Implement a New MoU With Turkey?

The American Hellenic Institute requested the Biden administration to freeze a cultural property Memorandum of Understanding with the Republic of Turkey that imposes import restrictions on cultural goods with implications to religious minorities in Turkey.

ANS Receives NEH Funds For OXUS-INDUS Project

The National Endowment for the Humanities funds the OXUS-INDUS Project with $150,000. The two-year joint ANS - Oxford University project researches the Graeco-Bactrian and Indo-Greek coinage.

Coin Dealer Dan Duncan Receives ICTA Service Award

Dan Duncan has received the 2020 Diane Piret Memorial Outstanding Service Award for his continuous dedication. His efforts were crucial for maintaining Washington State’s sales-tax exemption on sales of coins.

0 CHF Banknotes Made in Switzerland – A New Field of Collection

Since 2017, there have been 0 CHF souvenir banknotes. Compared to the field of 0 euro banknotes, the quantity of issued notes is rather small. Thus, it may be a good moment to enter this field of collection! Our author numiscontrol knows what you have to keep in mind.

H2O to Offer Free Webinars On Wastewater Management

The German company H2O will be offering free webinars in English and German on wastewater management. In the first event you will learn how a sustainable water management minimises ongoing operating costs in mints.

X-Ray – Vitruvian Man

With their newest coin in ultra-high relief CIT combines in an outstanding way a masterpiece of the renaissance, the Vitruvian Man from Leonardo da Vinci, with one of the most important innovations in the history of medicine, the discovery of X-rays.

The Royal Mint Appoints Jörg Sassmannshausen as Regional Director of Sales

The Royal Mint has appointed Jörg Sassmannshausen as a Regional Director of Sales. He joins the Currency division from the Dutch Royal Mint. He has a wide range of experience in sales, commercial partnerships, and relationship management.

A Former Slave Instead of a Slave Owner? – News in the Case of the 20 Dollar Banknote

In 2016 it was decided that Harriet Tubman is to replace Andrew Jackson on the American $20 banknote. But then Trump came, and nothing changed. Under the Biden administration, things are now to move forward. However, the case has become a hotly debated issue.

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