The first significant data upload for the ANS’s Roman Republican Die Project is completed. The database is searchable and focuses on Roman Republican coinage (509 BCE–27 BCE). You can try it for yourself – it’s completely free!
David Hendin will be the next awardee of the ANS Trustees’ Award. The renowned expert on Levant numismatics will receive the award during the ANS Gala dinner in January 2022.
Royal Numismatic Society has awarded the Gilljam Prize to George Watson for his book “Connections, Communities, and Coinage: The System of Coin Production in Southern Asia Minor, AD 218–276.”
The Coinage of the Americas Conference is reintroduced by the American Numismatic Society! For the event in September 2021, the ANS seeks presentations and papers related to Victor David Brenner. The famous sculptor is best known as designer of the US Lincoln cent.
The American Numismatic Society offers a new online educational program: ANS Lyceum. Participants are introduced into a specific subject through interactive lectures and discussion sessions with ANS curators. This program does not require any prior knowledge.
The American Numismatic Society dedicates a conference to the coinage covered by the R. B. Witschonke Collection, discussing thus the phenomenon of local coinage and economy.
The American Numismatic Society announced that on Thursday, January 14, 2021, it will hold its annual Gala celebration, virtually, in memory of benefactors Mark and Lottie Salton. The Gala will be open, via Zoom, to members of the Society and their guests.