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Gala 2019

2019 Gala will take place on Thursday, January 10, 2019 at the Harvard Club, 35 West 44th Street, New York City. Cocktails begin at 6:30 and Dinner and Program at 7:30. The ANS will honor Mike Gasvoda. View the full press release.
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Individual Tickets $800.00 USD



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Benefactor Sponsor $30,000
◆ Premier Table of 10
◆ Recognition online, in printed gala materials and ANS Magazine
◆ Podium recognition and introduction as Benefactor at the gala
◆ Full-page Platinum ad in the Gala Program

Patron Sponsor $25,000
◆ Prominent Table of 10
◆ Recognition online, in printed gala materials and ANS Magazine
◆ Full-page Gold ad in the Gala Program

Sustainer Sponsor $15,000
◆ Prime Table of 10
◆ Recognition online, in printed gala materials and ANS Magazine
◆ Full-page Silver ad in the Gala Program

Friend Sponsor $8,000
◆ Select Table of 10
◆ Recognition in printed materials and ANS Magazine
◆Full-page ad in Gala Program

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2019 Gala Sponsorship, Advertising, and Tickets Order Form

For information on purchasing tickets or program advertisements, please contact Emma Pratte at 212-571-4470, ext. 117, membership@numismatics.org

Benefactor Sponsors
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Edlow

Sustainer Sponsor

Friend Sponsors
Dr. Alain Baron, Numismatica Genevensis SA
Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.
Mr. Anthony J. Terranova

Supporters
Mr. Robert Brueggeman
Mr. William A. Burd
Mr. Leonard Augsburger and Ms. Debra Kurtz

The 2018 Year End Appeal

Dear Friend,

The past year has been an exceptionally busy one for the American Numismatic Society, marked most recently by the acquisition of a huge amount of extraordinary material from the Medallic Art Company, America’s oldest private mint. Moving, storing, researching, and cataloging those items—many thousands of them, including medals, galvanos, dies, and much more—will keep us working hard for a few years. But their value to American history makes the work imperative, and for anyone who shares our commitment to scholarship and education, this project alone offers ample reason to keep the Society moving ahead at full power.

So as 2018 draws to a close, I once again ask all of you who share our passion for numismatics to make a donation to the ANS. Your support will allow us to continue the momentum that we have built up over this last year. With your help, we can continue not only to pursue unusual, once-in-a-lifetime acquisitions but also to continue the vital activities that make up our year: we can host the seminars and lectures, welcome visitors to view our collections, publish the books and journals, mount the shows, educate schoolchildren and young scholars, and expand our online offerings that make the Society’s holdings ever more accessible. So, please, make a tax-deductible donation to the ANS now, and secure our footing for the coming twelve months.

Your contributions mean more than ever to the Society. Every donation, no matter the size, counts. A small gift that helps us keep the lights on or covers the cost of photographing a coin is just as necessary to us as one that allows us to publish a book or sponsor a curator’s research. All these donations add up to make possible the many and varied projects the Society undertakes.

For an overview of highlights from fiscal 2018, please view our annual report, which is available online at: numismatics.org/annualreports. If you would like a hard copy of this report, let us know and we will happily send it to you.

Thank you again for helping us with a successful 2018, and my very best wishes for the New Year.

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Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan
Executive Director

 

To help support the study, research, and appreciation of numismatics...

$25 helps us photograph and digitize one item
$100 pays for one day of electricity at the ANS
$250 helps assess the MACO archive for one day
$500 helps with the cost of hosting a class visit to the ANS
$1,000 helps pay for our web servers for a month
$2,000 covers the cost of supervising a student intern for a semester
$5,000 will prepare one archival collection for digitization
$10,000 will pay for the publication of one new book

 

 

 

If you prefer to call in, mail, or fax your gift, use the contact information below:

American Numismatic Society
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New York, NY 10013
Tel (212) 571-4470 ext 117
Fax (212) 571-4479
Email membership@numismatics.org

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Upcoming Events

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2019 Gala Tickets Now Available

Ticket and table prices are now available for the 2019 Annual Gala Dinner honoring our former First Vice President, Mike Gasvoda. The Gala will take place on Thursday, January 10, 2019 at the Harvard Club, 35 West 44th Street, New York City. Cocktails begin at 6:30 and Dinner and Program at 7:30. See the full Press Release.

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2018 Huntington Award

Dr. John Kleeberg will be honored with the 2018 Archer M. Huntington Award on Tuesday, December 4. Dr. Kleeberg will give the Silvia Mani Hurter Memorial Lecture: “Dr. William H. Sheldon, Ted Naftzger, and the Large Cent Thefts.” More…

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November Money Talks | Preserving US Medallic Art Heritage

The ANS recently acquired the archives of the Medallic Art Company (MACO). MACO was founded in New York City in the early 20th century­, and for more than a century it produced the work of America’s finest artists. Join Executive Director Dr. Ute Wartenberg and Chief Curator Dr. Peter van Alfen on Saturday, November 17 to hear more about the acquisition and get an up-close look at the MACO medals, dies, galvanos, and records. More…

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Dr. Wartenberg and other ANS Associates Speak on the Medallic Arts

The Medal Collectors of America and the Massachusetts Historical Society (MHS) will be hosting “Art and Memory: The Role of Medals” at the MHS headquarters in Boston on Saturday, Nov. 10. Many ANS associates will speak on the role of medals in American history including Dr. Ute Wartenberg, Dr. Robert Hoge, and Mr. John Adams. See the full list of speakers...

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150th Anniversary of the Münzkabinett of the Staatliche Museum zu Berlin

Dr. Wartenberg will be representing the American Numismatic Society at the occasion of the 150th Anniversary of the Münzkabinett of the Staatliche Museum zu Berlin. A colloquium and official ceremony will be held on Thursday, November 22, in Berlin, during which the history of the museum and its extraordinary collections will be illuminated. View Full Program.

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December Money Talks | Wine & Coins

On Saturday, December 8, join Alex Conison, PhD on the Ancient Roman wine trade and senior brand manager for Jose Cuervo USA, and Mary Jean Macamara, PhD candidate in classics and NYC chef, with our Deputy Director Dr. Gilles Bransbourg for an edible history of ancient Rome. Come and enjoy food prepared using ancient Roman recipes, paired with wine of the ancient world, and see the coins that would have paid for it all. More...

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Holding History in the Palm of One's Hand

Peter van Alfen will be speaking on a panel with ANS fellow and historian, Stephen Scher, and Bowdoin College associate professor of art history, Susan E. Wegner. The panel entitled Holding History in the Palm of One's Hand: Contemporary Perspectives on Medals and Coins from Antiquity to Recent Past will take place on November 13 at Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine. More…

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San Francisco International Coin Show

ANS Vice-President David Hendin and Trustee Mary Lannin will represent the ANS at the San Francisco International Coin Show to be held at the Holiday Inn Golden Gateway on Nov 30th–Dec 1st, 2018. Mr. Hendin will be giving a talk: “Insights on the Biblical Narrative from Judean and New Testament Coins.” Stop by the booth to say hello and remember—any member who signs up a friend will get a $50 credit towards any ANS publication. More...

OCTOBER IN REVIEW

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San Francisco International Coin Show

ANS Vice-President David Hendin and Trustee Mary Lannin will represent the ANS at the San Francisco International Coin Show to be held at the Holiday Inn Golden Gateway on Nov 30th–Dec 1st, 2018. Mr. Hendin will be giving a talk: “Insights on the Biblical Narrative from Judean and New Testament Coins.” Stop by the booth to say hello and remember—any member who signs up a friend will get a $50 credit towards any ANS publication. More...

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War and Peace in Miniature

Mount Vernon’s Donald W. Reynolds Education Center—housed on George Washington’s personal estate—opened a exhibition War and Peace in Miniature: Medals from the American Numismatic Society. It features medals awarded by the Continental Congress to honor military commanders who defeated their British opponents, medals commemorating the U.S.’s peacetime efforts towards diplomacy and trade, and six rare examples of Indian peace medals from George Washington’s administration. The exhibit will be on view in Mount Vernon through March 31, 2020. More…

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2017 Saltus Award to Bogomil Nikolov

On October 8 Dr. Wartenberg traveled to Bulgaria to present Bogomil Nikolov with the 2017 Saltus Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Art of the Medal. The ceremony was held at the ACADEMIA Gallery of the National Academy of Arts in Sofia, before a thoroughly packed house of well-wishers and admirers. Those who attended were also able to view an exhibition of Nikolov’s work, which was on display from October 1 to 19. More…

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October Money Talks | May the Little Things Not Perish: The History of the ANS

Librarian and Archivist David Hill welcomed a group of members for a look back at the ANS’s 160-year history. Beginning with the 1858 invitation letter sent out for the very first meeting of the American Numismatic Society, selections from the ANS Archives were passed around and discussed.

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2017–2018 Acquisitions on Display

Collections Manager Dr. Elena Stolyarik and MACO Collection Manager Taylor Hartley curated a selection from the 2017–2018 acquisitions for exhibition at the ANS office, featuring MACO medals, and coins and banknotes. Thank you to all of our donors.  

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XXV Annual ICOMON Meeting

Ute Wartenberg delivered the keynote address at the XXV Annual ICOMON Meeting on “Future-proofing Numismatics in Museums: Issues of Conservation and Collection Management” held on October 3-6 at the Numismatic Museum in Athens, Greece. ANS Trustee Mary Lannin also presented “Women as Numismatic Curators: Equals in an Unequal World?” where she examined the role of women as curators in numismatic museums.

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2018 Baltimore Winter Expo

Ute Wartenberg, Gilles Bransbourg, and Membership Associate Emma Pratte welcomed members at the 2018 Baltimore Winter Expo from October 25–28 and signed up seven new people. A special thanks to Ray Williams! More... 

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Former Seminar Student named CEO of Cummer Museum

Adam Levine, Eric P. Newman Graduate Seminar Class of 2009, will begin his new role as CEO of the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens. Levine has more than 10 years of management and curatorial experience. From 2011 to 2013 he served as collections management assistant at the Greek and Roman Art Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. In 2009, he cofounded the Art Research Technologies in New York City and served as CEO until 2012. More…

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U.S. Mexican Numismatic Association Convention

On October 11–13, Gilles Bransbourg represented the ANS at the 7th Annual U.S. Mexican Numismatic Association Convention in Scottsdale, Arizona where we were honored to receive the 2018 U.S. Mexican Numismatic Association award for outstanding contribution to the promotion of numismatics. Dr. Bransbourg brought a selection of colonial and post-independence Mexican coins from the ANS collection and welcomed six new members to the Society. Special thanks for Kyle Ponterio. More…

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Arms and Armor in Archaic Coins

On October 19, Peter van Alfen gave a talk, “Arms and Armor in Archaic Coins,” at The Anthropology and Aesthetics of Arms and Armor conference hosted by Columbia University and Paris Sciences et Lettres. More...

2018 Huntington Award to John Kleeberg

Press Release November 1, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York, NY The American Numismatic Society Awards its 2018 Archer M. Huntington Award for Excellence in Numismatic Scholarship to Dr. John M. Kleeberg. The Trustees of the American Numismatic Society (ANS) have voted to bestow upon Dr. John M. Kleeberg the 2018 Archer M. Huntington Award…
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ANS Fellows 2019

Fellows of the Society 2018–2019   Mr. John W. Adams—F Mr. John Aiello—HLF Mr. Stephen Album—F Mr. David Thomason Alexander—F American Academy in Rome—LF American Numismatic Association—HF American Numismatic Assoc Library—HF Dr. Carmen Arnold-Biucchi—F Mr. Leonard Augsburger—F Prof. Jere L. Bacharach—HLF Prof. Roger S. Bagnall—LF Dr. Alain Baron NG—LF Mr. Peter Bartlett—LF Dr. Michael L. Bates—F…
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Money Talks | US Medallic Art Heritage

Preserving US Medallic Art Heritage Ute Wartenberg + Peter van Alfen Saturday, November 17, 2018 | 1:00 p.m. $30 for members, $50 for nonmembers The ANS recently acquired the archives of the Medallic Art Company (MACO). MACO was founded in New York City around 1907, and for more than a century it produced the work of…
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UPCOMING EVENTS

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MACO Archive Acquisition

The American Numismatic Society has announced the acquisition of the archives of the Medallic Art Company, one of America’s oldest and most important private mints. The archive, which consists of more than 50,000 individual items such as medals, dies, galvanos, plaques, and paper and digital archives, was sold to the Society in bankruptcy proceedings of the Northwest Territorial Mint (NWTM). More…

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2019 Gala will Honor Mike Gasvoda

We are pleased to announce that on Thursday, January 10, 2019, the ANS will honor its esteemed former First Vice President Mike Gasvoda with the Trustees’ Award. Mr. Gasvoda, an ANS member since 1996, has been a collector for decades building magnificent collections of Roman and Greek coins, medals, and US large cents. “We are so fortunate to have supporters like Mike in our Society, who care about numismatics as a hobby and an academic discipline.  Few people have a broader knowledge and love coins and medals as much as Mike,” says Sydney Martin, President of the Board of Trustees. More…

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The 161st Annual Meeting

The Society’s 161st Annual Meeting will be held on Saturday, October 20 at 3:00 PM. Officers of the Board of Trustees and staff will make remarks and presentations, and the election of Trustees will be held. Recent acquisitions will be on display. A YouTube video of the presentation will be made available for those unable to attend the meeting. More…

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October Money Talks | May the Little Things Not Perish: The History of the ANS

On October 13, join ANS Librarian and Archivist David Hill for a look back at the ANS’s 160-year history. Beginning with the 1858 invitation letter sent out for the very first meeting of the American Numismatic Society, selections from the ANS Archives will also be presented. More…

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2017 Saltus Award to Bogomil Nikolov

On October 8, Executive Director Ute Wartenberg will present Bogomil Nikolov of Bulgaria with the 2017 Saltus Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Art of the Medal. The ceremony will take place at the ACADEMIA GALLERY Sofia where his work will be on display from October 1–19. More…

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U.S. Mexican Numismatic Association 

On October 11–13, Deputy Director Gilles Bransbourg will be represent the ANS at the 7th Annual U.S. Mexican Numismatic Association Convention in Scottsdale, Arizona. Stop by the table to say hello and check out the small selection of colonial and post-independence Mexican coins from the ANS collection. More...

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November Money Talks | Preserving US Medallic Art Heritage

The ANS recently acquired the archives of the Medallic Art Company (MACO). MACO was founded in New York City around 1907, and for more than a century it produced the work of America’s finest artists. Join Ute Wartenberg and Chief Curator Peter van Alfen to hear more about the acquisition and get an up-close look at the MACO medals, dies, galvanos, and records. More...

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XXV Annual ICOMON

Ute Wartenberg will deliver the keynote address at the XXV Annual ICOMON Meeting on “Future-proofing Numismatics in Museums: Issues of Conservation and Collection Management” which will be held on October 3-6 at the Numismatic Museum in Athens, Greece. In Dr. Wartenberg’s address, 25 Years of ICOMON: Where Do We Go From Here?, she will look back at the last quarter century of numismatic developments and discuss possible avenues for numismatic museums. ANS Trustee Mary Lannin will also present “Women as Numismatic Curators: Equals in an Unequal World?” where she will examine the role of women as curators in numismatic museums. More…

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Dr. Alan Stahl to Speak on Medals

The Medal Collectors of America and the Massachusetts Historical Society will be hosting “Art and Memory: The Role of Medals” at the society’s headquarters in Boston on Saturday, Nov. 10. Dr. Alan Stahl, Princeton University’s Curator of Numismatics and former longtime curator at the American Numismatic Society, will speak on the role of medals in American history. More...

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Why Coinage? Money and Its Origins in the Ancient World

On Thursday, October 4, Peter van Alfen will be presenting Why Coinage? Money and Its Origins in the Ancient World at the Fairfield University Art Museum. The Lecture is co-sponsored by the Classical Studies and Art History Programs, Part of the Edwin L. Weisl, Jr. Lectureships in Art History, funded by the Robert Lehman Foundation. More...

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2018 Baltimore Winter Expo

The 2018 Baltimore Winter Expo will take place from October 25-28. Stop by the ANS table to chat about coins, look over some books, and sign up your friend as a member! Gilles Bransbourg and Membership Assistant, Emma Pratte will be waiting to say hello. More..

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Holding History in the Palm of One's Hand

Peter van Alfen will be speaking on a panel with ANS Fellow and historian, Stephen Scher and Bowdoin College associate professor of art history, Susan E. Wegner. The panel entitled Holding History in the Palm of One's Hand: Contemporary Perspectives on Medals and Coins from Antinquity to Recent Past will take place on November 13 at Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine. More…

SEPTEMBER IN REVIEW

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Judean Coinage and Early Christianity

Our Fall Money Talks line-up began with a bang with David Hendin’s Judean Coinage and Early Christianity. We were at max-capacity as Mr. Hendin discussed Jewish and ancient Christian coins in the context of archaeology and the experience of 50 years studying the coins and weights of the southern Levant—covering coins of Hasmoneans, Herodians, Prefects and Procurators of Judaea, and the First Revolt and the Bar Kokhba Revolt.

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Dr. Carbone and Colombia’s Olcott Collection

As a spin-off of the course ‘Roman coins and History’ taught by Edlow Family Assistant Curator of Roman Coins Lucia Carbone at Columbia University (CU), a group of five CU graduate students is cataloging the Olcott Collection. This collection, with over 3,000 Roman Republican, Imperial and Provincial coins, is held at Columbia’s Rare Book and Manuscript Library (RBML). The group, supervised by Dr. Carbone and by RBML Head Librarian Jane Siegel, is expected to complete the preliminary cataloging by June 2019.

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2015 Magazines Are Now Available to the Public

ANS Magazine 2015 issues 1 through 4 are now available from the Back Issues page of the magazine website. Public links will continue to be made available three years after the publication date, continuing the Society's open access publishing policy. The magazine's digital edition can be viewed on both desktop and mobile platforms in a flipbook style and features full text search, web links to objects in the ANS databases, and allows easy sharing via email, Facebook and Twitter. 

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The History of Money at ISAW

Gilles Bransbourg began teaching a research seminar at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW) entitled “The History of Money.” Starting with the ancient origins of money, Dr. Bransbourg’s seminar will discuss its ubiquitous nature and explore the conditions that surround its birth, its various (de)materializations through time and space, as well as how its functions evolved within the societies it contributed to shaping. More... 

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One of Our Youngest Visitors!

On September 19th ANS welcomed one of its youngest visitors, 7-month-old Ben Wright. Accompanied by a group of only slightly older friends, aged 6–13, and their mothers, Ben was introduced to the study of ancient coinage by Lucia Carbone. It is never too early to begin!

The 161st Annual Meeting

Saturday, 20 October 2018 | 3:00 pm The event is open to ANS members and the public. Officers of the Board of Trustees and staff will make remarks and presentations. Election of Trustees and a vote on proposed amendments to the By-laws will occur. New acquisitions will be on display. There will be a reception…
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The American Numismatic Society has announced the acquisition of the archives of the Medallic Art Company, one of America’s oldest and most important private mints.

The archive, which consists of more than 50,000 individual items such as medals, dies, galvanos, plaques, and paper and digital archives, was sold to the Society for $420,000 in bankruptcy proceedings of the Northwest Territorial Mint (NWTM) in a Seattle court. NWTM, which also operated a bullion business from its facilities in Dayton, Nevada, went bankrupt in 2016.  The Society’s interest was initially focused on recovering MACO’s dies, which had been used for decades to manufacture famous award and art medals, but once the ANS realized the full extent of the holdings for sale, the main aim became to rescue everything that would allow the Society to reconstruct the history of this important company.

The Medallic Art Company was founded in New York City around 1907, and for more than a century it produced the work of America’s finest artists, as well as served countless non-profit and for-profit institutions in their desires to produce commemorative, award, and other medals.  Until its demise, many of the most famous awards in the United States—including the Pulitzer Prize Medal, the Randolph Caldecott medal, and many of the official medals of Presidential inaugurations—were produced at the Medallic Art Company. Scores of notable portraits were also made there, commissioned from many of the most famous artists of their day. The beautiful medals and larger galvanos they left represent an almost complete Who’s-Who of 20th-century America.  In addition, many major companies had logos turned into medallic or sculptural plaques by MACO.

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The moving and storage of this mass of material, much of it made of steel, copper, or other metals, proved a major challenge.  The ANS was fortunate to have a partner in Medalcraft Inc. and its CEO, Jerry Moran, who had purchased the more recent dies (of medals created after 1998). The roughly 20,000 older dies were shipped to the headquarters of Medalcraft in Wisconsin, and ANS will discuss with Medalcraft the future of these dies over the coming months.

An equally demanding task will be the selection of galvanos and die-shells for the Society’s permanent collection.  The approximately 15,000 such items, made from copper, epoxy, plaster and other materials, are among the most intriguing and beautiful materials acquired by the ANS.  Thanks to the organizational talent of Rob Vugteveen, a former employee of Northwest Territorial Mint now working for Holabird Americana, a team of a dozen students were able to help pack and move some of these items to an off-site storage location. At the same time, a team of photographers, led by Lou Manna, bar-coded and photographed a large proportion of these objects, all in a warehouse in Nevada without air conditioning in the middle of the summer.  Executive Director Ute Wartenberg, who herself traveled to Nevada to help pack the collection, praised the efforts of this team: “Without the help of Rob Vugteveen, the ANS would have not been able to achieve this Herculean task. The ANS also owes an enormous gratitude to Fred Holabird, whose local connections made all this possible and who was instrumental in finding an affordable warehouse near Dayton where the material could be stored.”

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The Society’s Board of Trustees has set up a committee of Trustees, staff, and expert members, who will review ways of dealing with the sheer mass of material, which currently resides in three separate locations.  Taylor Hartley, a full-time ANS staff member and a specialist in early 20th century sculpture, has begun to catalog the archive of sample medals and compare them with the extensive holdings already in the Society’s collection.  Part of what the ANS purchased were also extensive catalogs, which were compiled over many years by NWTM staff members Cathy Swinburg and Rob Vugteveen, who were able to rely on former MACO Historian and ANS member Dick Johnson for assistance. ANS President Syd Martin stated, “Our number one goal is to catalog all the different pieces and publish them in a separate database online and write a history of this extraordinary company, but it is clear that the Society will not be able to retain the entire collection that it acquired.  Over the next years, we will have to decide on a plan how to sell and market a portion of the galvanos and die-shells.” In due course, the ANS will set up a dedicated website that will keep members and the public informed about discoveries and further plans.

The American Numismatic Society, organized in 1858 and incorporated in 1865 in New York State, operates as a research museum under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and is recognized as a publicly supported organization under section 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) as confirmed on November 1, 1970.

 

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  1. A selection of MACO medals.

  2. Rob Vugteveen in front of the shelves of dies and galvanos at NWTM, Dayton, Nevada.

  3. Galvano for one of Edward Warren Sawyer’s portrait medals of Native American leaders. This portrait of Esh-Sha-A-Nish-Is of the Cheyenne Nation was made in 1912.

Money Talks | ANS History

May the Little Things Not Perish: The History of the ANS with David Hill, ANS Librarian and Archivist Saturday, October 13, 2018 1:00 $30 members/$50 for non-members Almost from the beginning, the motto of the ANS has been parva ne pereant (may the little things not perish), symbolically represented by an acorn growing into a…
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