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New Print-on-Demand Program
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New Print-on-Demand Program
By The American Numismatic Society

The American Numismatic Society is proud to announce a new print-on-demand (POD) program.

Every month the ANS will release 4–10 out-of-print and new titles as official POD editions, from recent monographs to the earliest numbers from series such as Numismatic Studies and Numismatic Notes and Monographs.

What are this Month’s Books?

Numismatic Commemorations of the 200th Birthday of George Washington in 1932 (by Sydney F. Martin)NEW BOOK! 600 full-color pages. Available in hardcover and paperback editions.Faustina the Younger: Coinage, Portraits, and Public Image (by Martin Beckmann)NEW BOOK! 182 full-color pages. Available in hardcover.White Gold: Studies in Early Electrum Coinage(edited by Peter van Alfen and Ute…

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Winner of the ANS’s Collier Prize Announced
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Winner of the ANS’s Collier Prize Announced
By Peter van Alfen

James M. Collier, self-portrait after Memling (2006).

In 2020, Carole Anne Menzi Collier established the Collier Prize in Ancient Numismatics at…

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Managing the Collection: An Interview with Dr. Elena Stolyarik
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Managing the Collection: An Interview with Dr. Elena Stolyarik
By Austin Andrews

Dr. Elena Stolyarik, Collections Manager at the American Numismatic Society, has held nearly every single one of the Society’s over…

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ANS Acquires Mark Salton Papers
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ANS Acquires Mark Salton Papers
By David Hill

Thanks to the efforts of ANS life fellow Dr. Ira Rezak—and with gratitude to Katharine Conway, executor of the Estate…

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From Mound House to Manhattan, Part I
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From Mound House to Manhattan, Part I
By Jesse Kraft

As many of you know, the American Numismatic Society purchased the archives of the Medallic Art Company (MACO) at a…

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Treasure (Rhode) Island? Henry Every and Yemeni Coins found in...
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Treasure (Rhode) Island? Henry Every and Yemeni Coins found in New England
By Oliver Hoover

1837 woodcut depicting Henry Every receiving the treasure from the Ganj-i-Sawai onto his ship, the Fancy.

In a remarkable shift away…

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The Making of a Numismatic Short Film
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The Making of a Numismatic Short Film
By Austin Andrews

At our 2021 Gala, the American Numismatic Society premiered a new short film by Pascal Perich, The ANS: Yesterday, Today,…

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Virtual Conference on the Witschonke Collection
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Virtual Conference on the Witschonke Collection
By Lucia Carbone

The Decline of the Carthaginian Empire … exhibited 1817 Joseph Mallord William Turner 1775-1851 Accepted by the nation as part…

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Hiring: ANS Deputy Director
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Hiring: ANS Deputy Director
By The American Numismatic Society

Description 

The Deputy Director is a senior member of the management team of the American Numismatic Society. S/he directly reports to…

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The National Endowment for the Humanities funds the ANS-Oxford University...
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The National Endowment for the Humanities funds the ANS-Oxford University OXUS-INDUS Project
By The American Numismatic Society

by Peter van Alfen, Ethan Gruber, Andrew Meadows, Simon Glenn, Gunnar Dumke

Silver Drachm of Apollodotus I of Bactria, Uncertain, 174–65…

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Official Launch of the ANS eBay Store
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Official Launch of the ANS eBay Store
By The American Numismatic Society

The banner for the American Numismatic Society’s eBay store.

As every collection grows, there comes a time when decisions must be…

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The Collier Prize in Ancient Numismatics
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The Collier Prize in Ancient Numismatics
By The American Numismatic Society

Self-Portrait after Hans Memling (2006)

The American Numismatic Society, with the support of Carole Anne Menzi Collier, is pleased to announce…

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