Category Archives: News

Aneurin Ellis-Evans lectures at ANS

Mouse-Killing Apollo and His Coinage: New Light on the Mint of Alexandreia Troas in the Hellenistic Period Friday, 15 September 2017 5:30 pm The day before our September Money Talks conversation, the ANS will present a lecture by Aneurin Ellis-Evans (Lecturer in Ancient History at Brasenose and St. Anne’s Colleges, Oxford) on Friday, 15 September 2017. Mouse-Killing Apollo and His Coinage: New…
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2017 July Enews

News Alan Helms Gifts the ANS a collection of African Artifacts Following his several earlier donations, Alan Helms has generously donated a new group of African numismatic objects to the ANS’s holdings, significantly expanding the collection's breadth in this area. This donation includes very rare and fine examples from modern-day Congo and Nigeria. Read Vivek Gupta’s…
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2017 Nomination and Governance Committee

Below are the nominations for Trustees, Officers and Fellows.  All ANS Fellows (currently 212 out of a possible 225) are invited to vote for the nominated Trustees at the ANS Annual Meeting on 28 October 2017.  Nominations were posted on line in late July.  Pursuant to Article 12 (b) of the ANS By-laws, at any time prior…
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Money Talks, Hendin, Hoge & Wartenberg

COUNTERFEITS: THE THREAT TO COLLECTING AND SCHOLARSHIP September 16, 2017 11:00 am $50 for Members/$85 for Non-Members *September 5: This talk is now full. Please contact membership@numismatics.org if you would like to be put on the wait list. David Hendin, Robert Hoge, and Ute Wartenberg will discuss the issues that collectors, dealers, and scholars face…
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Read the latest 2017 August Enews

2017 August Enews.The ANS aquires a volume of rare pamphlets from the library of Augustin Dupré, Coin World comes to visit and we receive two NLG awards! Read all about our busy month here. The American Numismatic Society E-News is a monthly news posting sent out via e-mail. It allows members and friends of the ANS to keep up to date with…
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Appeals 2017 Mid-Year

Dear Friend, The Society has been sprinting since the onset of 2017, thanks to you and our other devoted supporters. Now, as I do every spring, I ask you to help us keep up the pace by donating to our Mid-Year Appeal. The funds we receive now are especially important to us, as they ensure…
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2017 June Enews

ANS Repatriates Coins On May 26, 2017, the ANS welcomed the Director and CEO of the Salzburg Museum, Consul General of the Austrian Consulate, and an attorney representing the Salzburg Museum, to New York for the repatriation of a group of 94 coins stolen from the Salzburger Museum Carolino-Augusteum in 1945. This group of coins…
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ANS Repatriates Coins to Salzburg Museum

Press Release May 26, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York, NY The American Numismatic Society (ANS) welcomed the Director and CEO of the Salzburg Museum, Direktor Hon.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Martin Hochleitner, Consul General of the Austrian Consulate Dr. Georg Heindl, and Dr. Peter Lecheuaŭer, an attorney representing the Salzburg Museum, to New York for the…
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2017 May Enews

Mid Year Appeal The Society has made great progress so far this year. You can help us keep up the pace and continue our important work by donating to the Mid Year Appeal today! Your 100% tax-deductible gift will help us continue with advancing and promoting the study, research and appreciation of numismatics, while providing…
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The New York Review of Books

Read the review of the Art of Devastation: Medals and Posters of the Great War in the New York Review of Books. The exhibition ran at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, January 27–April 9, 2017. Catalog of the exhibition was edited by Patricia Phagan and Peter van Alfen published by The American…
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