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ANS Bestows Saltus Award to Mashiko Nakashima

The American Numismatic Society presents its 2019 J. Sanford Saltus Award for Excellence in Medallic Art to Mashiko Nakashima. The ceremony will take place on December 12, 2019.

Gilles Bransbourg Named ANS Executive Director

Four weeks ago, we reported about the change concerning the position of the ANS Executive Director. Gilles Bransbourg will replace Ute Wartenberg. In the meantime, the ANS has published two extensive press releases giving more background. You will find them here.

New Assistant Curator at the ANS

The American Numismatic Society has hired Dr. Jesse Kraft as Assistant Curator of the Coins and Currency of the Americas.

Ute Wartenberg Resigns as Executive Director of the ANS

On 1 November 2019, Ute Wartenberg-Kagan will resign as executive director of the ANS. She can look back on 20 successful years – within this time she made the ANS become one of the world’s best-known numismatic societies.

New ICOMON Board Members Elected

The International Committee for Money and Banking Museums has elected new board members. The new chairperson is Ute Wartenberg. The forum of the International Council of Museums represents almost 200 member institutions from all over the world.

2019 Archer M. Huntington Award for Prof. Oğuz Tekin

The ANS has awarded Prof. Oğuz Tekin with the Archer M. Huntington Award for Excellence in Numismatic Scholarship. Tekin is specialized in ancient Greek and Roman coinage as well as ancient metrology and the first citizen of Turkey to receive this honor.

ANS Announces 2020 Gala Honoree

The American Numismatic Society will honor its former Trustee Richard M. Beleson with the Trustees’ Award at the Annual Gala Dinner in New York City on January 16, 2020. Proceeds from the Gala ticket sales will be used to support research and education in numismatics.

Concordia Disciplinarum – Festschrift in Honor of William E. Metcalf

The American Numismatic Society honoured William E. Metcalf with a festschrift presented by former students and colleagues in recognition of the researcher’s impact on numismatics. The former Chief curator and Yale professor is a reknown expert of cistophori.

The ANS offers its congratulations on Fritz Rudolf Künker’s birthday

Ute Wartenberg-Kagan offers her congratulations on the occasion of Fritz Rudolf Künker’s birthday. She acknowledges him as the person that has done most on an international level to restore the tradition of the German scholar-dealer that World War II interrupted.

ANS Presents Roman Republican Die Project

The Roman Republican Die Project aims at providing a precise quantification of the monetary production under the Roman Republic. The first two parts of this project have been generously funded by the Arete Foundation.
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