Friday, 19.07.2019

News

Ellsworth to Become ANA’s 61st President

Voting members of the American Numismatic Association (ANA) have chosen five new candidates and four incumbents to the ANA Board of Governors for the 2019-21 election term. Ellsworth will become ANA’s 61st president, succeeding current President Gary Adkins.

Money and Calgary: The City’s History of Numismatics

The exhibition “Money and Calgary” shines a light on the fascinating numismatic history of Calgary, showcasing it’s renowned Numismatic Collection until July 20, 2019.

Upcoming Hong Kong Coin Show in August

The biannual Hong Kong Coin Show is taking place for the 7th time in August and will feature not only buying and selling, but also seminars, workshops, exhibitions, and a guided tour. Visitors and exhibitors are invited to register for an early bird fee of HKD300.

David W. Lange on the Enduring Appeal of the Lincoln Cent

Whitman has published the third edition of Q. David Bower’s “Guide Book of Lincoln Cents”. David W. Lange explains his fascination with the Lincoln cent, and why this book is “a must-have for any numismatic library”.

Verify CAG-certified Collectibles at the CAG Website

Collectors can now visit the website of Collectibles Authentication Guaranty™ to look up CAG-certified artifacts by their certification numbers. If a potential problem with a CAG-certified artifact becomes known, the search result will include an alert.

China invites submissions for collector coin designs

Everybody knows the importance of The People’s Bank of China Chinese Lunar Gold and Silver Commemorative Coins. Now, institutions and artists worldwide are invited to submit designs for the coins for the years 2021 to 2032. Submission date is August 13, 2019.

“Equality” in circulation

The Royal Canadian Mint has launched a one-dollar circulation coin commemorating 50 years of progress in recognizing the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, two-spirited Canadians

The ILLICID final report has been published

Since April 2019, the final report of the ILLICID project has been hidden on a website. No surprise that it’s hidden. The result of the four-year study which cost €1.2 million in tax money can be summarized in a nine-page report. The IADAA has taken a closer look.

Loire-Atlantique, terre de trésors (land of treasures) exhibition

The Musée Dobrée – Grand Patrimoine de Loire-Atlantique is exhibiting for the first time, the ensemble of its monetary treasures discovered in the department over the past century and a half.

Everything there is to say about the coins of Neuchâtel

In a monumental work, Charles Froidevaux wrote down everything he discovered during 25 years of research on the numismatics of Neuchâtel between 1589 and 1818. Ursula Kampmann took a look at the three-volume work.

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