Category Archives: Calendar

Money Talks | Publishing Your Manuscript

Preparing Your Numismatic Manuscript for Publication ANS Director of Publications Andrew Reinhard and Associate Curator David Yoon June 22, 2019 1:00–4:00 pm $30 for members $50 for non-members Preparing a scholarly manuscript for publication can be daunting, and this workshop will walk you through the process. Topics will include style, formatting, bibliography and notes, preparing…
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Money Talks | Making Mexico

Making Mexico:The Imagery of Nation-Building on Mexican Currency with Peter S. Dunham, PhD, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Cleveland State University Saturday, June 1 | 1:00 – 4:00 pm $30 for members, $50 for non-members Mexico, with its tumultuous history of political upheaval, offers an ideal laboratory in which to consider how the imagery on currency is used to…
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Upcoming Lecture | Imagining America

Imagining America: Native American Icons and National Identity on Early American Coins with Professor Peter Dunham Friday, May 31, 2019 | 5:30 pm ANS Headquarters at 75 Varick St., New York, NY Money is not just a medium of exchange but also a vehicle for transmitting ethnic and political messages. The imagery on currency is often…
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Money Talks | French Colonial Coinages

French Coinage Specifically for North America with Sydney Martin, ANS President of the Board of Trustees Saturday, April 13, 2019 | 1:00 – 4:00 pm $30 for members, $50 for non-members What many early American coin collectors fail to recognize is that, from early in the sixteenth century until 1763, New France included most of what is…
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Money Talks | Reading Byzantine Coins

Reading Byzantine Coins Independent Researcher, Collector, and ANS Life Member, Donald Squires March 9, 2019 | 1:00 – 4:00 pm $30 for members, $50 for non-members Reading Byzantine coins can pose a problem to those used to the Latin inscriptions on Roman coins or the Greek inscriptions on Greek coins. The inscription on a Byzantine coin can be…
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Money Talks | Wine & Coins

Wine & Coins
with Alex Conison, Guest Speaker & Wine Expert, and Curators: Peter van Alfen, Gilles Bransbourg, Lucia Carbone, & David Hendin
Saturday, December 16, 2017 | 1:00 – 5:00 pm

With Wine Tasting: Members $100, Non-Members $125
Without Wine Tasting: Members $50, Non-Members $75


On Saturday, December 16, Join Alex Conison—PhD from the University of Michigan on the Ancient Roman wine trade and current Brand Manager of Josh Cellars, one of America's premium wine brands—and curators Peter van Alfen, Gilles Bransbourg, Lucia Carbone, and David Hendin for a history of wine and coins. One of the foremost components of the nectar that the Olympians drank to preserve their immortality, wine was sacred to the ancient Greeks and associated, through Dionysus (Bacchus for the Romans), with theater and poetry. Wine plays a major ritual role in Judaism as well, grapes, vines and amphoras being represented at different stages of Jewish ancient coinage, to the extent that Greeks and Romans believed Jews had a cult of Dionysus. Then, in the modern period, wine and grapes have resurfaced mostly on tokens designed to promote wine brands. Coins of Greece, the Attalids, Rome, Judaea, and modern tokens from France, the US and Britain will be presented along side a selection of wines linked to these locations and their ancient winemaking traditions.

Limited Space available. Please RSVP to Emma Pratte at or 212-571-4470.

Money Talks, Vivek Gupta, March 11th

This talk introduces members to the beginnings of Islamic coinage in the seventh century and its vast trajectories within the Arab lands and beyond. It begins with an in-depth survey of its Byzantine and Sasanian precedents and provides a basic outline of “Arab-Sasanian” and “Arab-Byzantine” types. Members will also learn about the styles of Arabic…
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Mark M. Salton Memorial Lecture

“Roman Coins, Money and Elizabethan Society: an Unknown Work by Sir Thomas Smith,”  will be the topic of the 2016 Mark M. Salton Memorial Lecture by Dr. Andrew M. Burnett, ANS Trustee and former Director at The British Museum. The lecture will take place at the ANS headquarters in New York City on Thursday, October…
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October Lectures – Save the Dates

Stephen K. Scher Lecture Dr. Ulrich Pfisterer will present “Chardin’s Apes: Numismatics and the Science of Observation," as the 2016 Stephen K. Scher Lecture on Thursday, October 6, at 6:00 PM. Dr. Pfisterer serves as Chair of General Art History at Ludwig-⁠Maximilians-⁠Universität München Institut für Kunstgeschichte Zentnerstr. The lecture will be held in the Lecture…
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Stephen K. Scher Lecture

Stephen K. Scher Lecture by Dr. Ulrich Pfisterer: "Chardin's Apes: Numismatics and the Science of Observation," The lecture by Dr. Ulrich Pfisterer, University of Munich, on Thursday, October 6, 2016. This ANS event is being held at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. You must RSVP online or contact the ANS Membership Department at 212-571-4470…
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