OCRE – Online Database of Coinage of the Roman Empire becomes Bigger, Multi-‐Contributor and Multi-‐Lingual. In collaboration with NYU’s Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, the ANS is pleased to announce the release of a new version of OCRE.
Category Archives: Press Release
[caption id="attachment_8093" align="alignright" width="300"] Arthur Houghton received 2015 Huntington Award from Prof. Jere Bacharach[/caption] On May 16, 2015, the American Numismatic Society presented Arthur A. Houghton, III with the 2015 Archer M. Huntington Award in recognition of his outstanding career contributions to numismatic scholarship. With almost 60 guests in attendance, family, friends and supporters were treated…Read more
On January 9 the American Numismatic Society held its 2014 Annual Gala at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City. The event honored Marian Scheuer Sofaer and the Honorable Abraham D. Sofaer, whose uncommon generosity to the ANS has spanned more than four decades, most recently with the donation of part of their extraordinary…Read more
The American Numismatic Society is pleased to announce that Pawel Leski has been selected to receive the Society’s 2014 J. Sanford Saltus Award for distinguished achievement in the art of the medal. Established in 1913, the Saltus Award remains one of the most prestigious and coveted awards in the field of medallic art, presented to…Read more
ANS announces: Edward Sawyer’s Portraits of Native Americans Now Online The ANS is pleased to announce that it has digitized its entire collection of Native American medallic portraits by Edward Warren Sawyer (1876–1932). This exceedingly rare collection of uniface medals was produced in the first decades of the twentieth century as an attempt to preserve…Read more
For Immediate Release Contact: Pamala Plummer-Wright 212 234-3130 ext. 231, email@example.com Full Circle, The Olympic Heritage in Coins and Medals, a new exhibition organized by the American Numismatic Society will open to the public on October 20, 2003. The exhibition contains over 180 objects, which tell the history of the Olympic Games from its beginnings…Read more