Gala Thur. Jan. 12 Waldorf Astoria 6:30 pm

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2017 Gala will take place on Thursday, January 12, 2017 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, 301 Park Avenue (East 50th Street), New York City. Cocktails begin at 6:30 and Dinner and Program at 7:30. The ANS will honor Anthony J. Terranova, the Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society and the Newman Numismatic Portal. View the full press release.

Individual Tickets $750.00 USD

 

All Sponsorship Levels

Roster Listing and Contributions

Benefactor Sponsor $28,000
◆ 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

Sustainer Sponsor $14,000
◆ Prime Table of 10
◆ Recognition online, in printed gala materials and ANS Magazine
◆ Full-page Silver ad in the Gala Program

Friend Sponsor $7,500
◆ Select Table of 10
◆ Recognition in printed materials and ANS Magazine
◆Full-page ad in Gala Program

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Benefactor Sponsors
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Edlow

Sustainer Sponsor
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Adams
Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.

Friend Sponsors
Anderson & Anderson, Whitman Publishing LLC
Anonymous Donor
Alain Baron/Numismatica Genevensis, SA
Heritage Auctions
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney F. Martin
Mr. Lawrence R. Stack and the Stack Family
Stack's Bowers Galleries
Anthony J. Terranova

Supporters
Agora Numismatiek
Mark Anderson
Austin & Co., Inc.
Keith Barron
Harlan J. Berk
Catherine Bullowa-Moore
Joseph E. Boling
Q. David Bowers
William A. Burd
C-4
David M. Cohen
Arthur Fitts, III
James E. Fitzgerald, Inc.
Jonas Emanuel Flueck
Paul de Freitas
Jeff Garrett
Jay Galst
Dan Hamelberg
Abby Hamlin and Robert Kandel
David Hendin
Heritage Auctions
Eric M. Hildebrant
Jewish-American Hall of Fame
Harmer Johnson
Ute Wartenberg Kagan and Jonathan Kagan
Melissa Karstedt
Kolbe & Fanning Numismatic Booksellers, LLC
John Kraljevich
Herbert Kreindler
Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG
Mary Lannin
Ross Larson, Jr.
Skyler Leichty
Julian Leidman
Kevin Lipton
Darrell Low
Andrew Lustig
Constantin Marinescu
Ralph W. Mathisen
Kathy McFadden
David Menchell
Marc Milic
Arnold Miniman
Eleanor and Howard A. Minners
Clifford Mishler
Numismatic Guaranty Corp.
Del and Tatyana Parker
Regina Caeli Press
Ira Rezak
Alan Roche
Donald Scarinci
Achim Schramm
Elizabeth and Stanley DeForest Scott
Harvey Stack and Lawrence Stack
Stack’s Bowers Galleries
Peter Sugar
TIAA
Mark Tomasko
Peter Tompa
Chris Wise

Anthony Terranova, ANS Life Fellow and Augustus B. Sage Society member, joined the Society 40 years ago. He was elected Fellow in 1992 and became a Life Fellow in 1995. He has been a member of the Sage Society since 2006. As a collector, dealer, and researcher in numismatics, he has greatly enhanced the ANS collections with many important donations to our numismatic cabinet, many books, archives and auction catalogues to the Harry W. Bass, Jr. Library, as well as many generous donations. The Society is delighted to acknowledge his exemplary devotion and commitment.

The Newman Numismatic Portal (NNP) is an online numismatic resource, sponsored by a grant from the Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society, which works with the ANS on a scanning project that enables greater access to American numismatic research material on both the ANS Digital Library and Newman Portal websites.

Past recipients of the Trustees’ Award include such notable numismatists and donors as Ms. Shelby White and Mr. Leon Levy, Mr. Jamie Stewart, Mr. Kenneth L. Edlow, Mr. George Kolbe, Mr. Q. David Bowers, Mr. Chester L. Krause, Mr. Donald G. Partrick, Mr. Harvey Stack, Mr. Victor England, Jr., Mr. Ira Goldberg, Mr. Larry Goldberg, Mr. Harlan J. Berk, Mr. Roger S. Siboni, Mrs. Marian Scheuer Sofaer and the Honorable Abraham D. Sofaer, Mrs. Elizabeth Forbes Hazard Scott and Mr. Stanley DeForest Scott, and Mr. and Mrs. John W. Adams.

Anthony Terranova is a specialist in early American coinage whose interest in collecting began as a teenager in Brooklyn, with classic United States series. He is well known among early American collectors, not least for the invaluable input generated by his research. He is the recipient of the American Numismatic Association’s 2011 Farran Zerbe Memorial Award for distinguished service and the Professional Numismatist Guild’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006. He is a member of the New York Numismatic Club. The Anthony Terranova Collection of Counterstamped Coins sold at auction with Stack’s Bowers.

Administered through Washington University Libraries in St. Louis, the Newman Numismatic Portal has contracted with Internet Archive for the scanning operation at the ANS Library. Internet Archive is a non-profit organization dedicated to digital preservation of all media. The NNP, sponsored by a $2 million grant from the Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society to the Washington University Libraries, began operations in December 2014. To date the project has digitized over 170,000 pages of ANS documents.

The ANS Library’s entire run of early American auction catalogs, which include those of Frossard, Woodward, Chapman, Elder, and other notable names in the field, were first to be scanned. Unique archival collections such as dealer and collector correspondence, housed in the ANS Library’s Rare Book Room, will also be scanned so they can be access on a large scale.

Every year the American Numismatic Society raises critical revenue through Gala ticket sales, program advertisements, sponsorships, contributions, and the proceeds from a live auction. These funds are used to further the Society’s mission of supporting research and education in numismatics.

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

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