John Reilly, Jr. (1876-1931) began his career as an engineer, but his love of coin collecting became his primary interest, and he would eventually amass the largest collection of Far Eastern coins in the world.
Computer analyst and numismatic researcher P. Scott Rubin was born in Trenton, New Jersey. He maintains a large library that includes thousands of auction catalogs and is an active member of the Numismatic Bibliomania Society.
Coin dealer Hans Schulman (1913-1990) of New York City was born in the Netherlands to a family of numismatists. He studied at the Sorbonne in Paris before coming to the United States. In 1946 he published The Coin Collectors Almanac and he coauthored The Investors Guide to United States Coins in 1986.
Andrew Zabriskie first joined the ANS in 1874 and became a life member in 1894. He served initially as Third Vice-President from 1880-83 and then as First Vice-President from 1884-96 before finally being elected President of the ANS in 1896. He remained as President until his resignation in December 1904.
Farran Zerbe (1871-1949) was an internationally renowned numismatic lecturer, writer, and collector whose holdings, which included over 50,000 coins and an extensive library, were sold to Chase National Bank in 1928 where it formed the basis of a money museum, of which Zerbe served as curator until 1939.