Many collectors – and family members who inherited coins and related items from a loved one – need help disposing of a collection. This updated, 40-page guide shares practical tips for creating an estate plan; caring for a collection; inventorying the items and assessing value; and finding buyers. $9.95 (includes postage)
Commemorate the World’s Fair of Money that wasn’t with a stunning medal created by retired U.S. Mint designer, sculptor and engraver Don Everhart. The obverse depicts the bust of environmentalist and biologist Rachel Carson, while the reverse shows a Bald Eagle snagging a trout from the water. Medals are available as a convention medal badge (1.5” bronze medal with a blue ribbon drape) $22; Bronze Medal (2.75”, numbered) $65; or as a two-medal set (1.5” bronze medal and 1.5” silver medal, numbered) set for $145.
► Convention Medal Badge: 1.5 inches bronze with blue ribbon drape, $22 plus $5 postage/handling.
► Bronze Medal: 2.75 inches bronze (numbered), $65 plus $5 postage/handling.
► Silver & Bronze 2-Medal Set: 1.5 inches (numbered), $145 plus $5 postage/handling.
► 2020 Convention Bar: $6.50 plus $5 postage/handling.
► 2020 Convention Bar & Holder Set: $22.50 plus $5 postage/handling.
Be among the few to own (or give!) a U.S. 2020 Silver Eagle certified by NGC with original signatures from one of 16 living ANA Presidents.
How? Renew your membership for a 3-year term or make a minimum donation to the ANA of $100. Only 50 coins per President are available; coins are issued randomly and are limited to 1 per person. Hurry, these are going fast!
For more than 150 years, fascination with the tragic loss of the SS Central America has captured the imaginations of many. For some, it’s about solving a mystery. For others, it’s about preserving a lost treasure. Inside the pages of America’s Greatest Treasure Ship: The SS Central America, history, lore and details of legendary numismatic treasure are offered in abundance.
Your donation of $250 will support the future of the ANA, enhancing and strengthening its educational programs. In appreciation of your gift, we’ve reserved a limited quantity of signed copies of America’s Greatest Treasure Ship: The SS Central America. The book is signed by SS Central America treasure hunter Bob Evans and numismatic icons Q. David Bowers and Dwight Manley.
Give the gift of ANA membership to a friend, family member or a young person with an interest in coin collecting and each of you will receive a FREE copy of Managing & Settling a Numismatic Estate – How to Preserve or Dispose of a Coin Collection (a $19.90 value). This offer is valid for Platinum or Gold (digital) memberships. Call (800) 514-2646 to reserve now.
The American Numismatic Association is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to educating and encouraging people to study and collect coins and related items. The ANA serves the academic community, collectors and the general public with an interest in numismatics.