Young Collectors Corner Webinar (Live! Online)

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Young Collectors Corner Webinar (3 hours) — If you're a novice/beginning collector or Scout between the ages of 5 and 17, join us for our Young Collectors Corner! We will be exploring the wonderful world of coin collecting at its most basic levels, to help young collectors learn more about the hobby of numismatics. Areas that will be covered include:

What is money?

Coin identification, including the parts of a coin and banknotes.

How coins and bank notes are made.

Requirements necessary for Scouts to earn their Coin Collecting Merit Badge of Fun With Money Patch.

Various ANA programs available to Young Numismatists.

Attendance is FREE. Optional educational kits to participate in the event are $7.95. The deadline to register is October 31.

Time/Date: Nov 14, 2020 11:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada) 

Questions? Please contact ANA Numismatic Educator Sam Gelberd at sgelberd@money.org.

       
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Optional learning kits are $7.95 and include the following items:

2019 US Mint Proof Set (does not include special West Point cent)

Recent Edition of A Guide Book of United States Coins

US Mint Penny-n-Planchet Pack

US Mint Pencil

US Mint/ANA Bookmark

Wheat Cent

World Coin

Piece of World Paper Money

$100 Intaglio Sample Print Square

Elongated Coin

Thanks for ordering your kit! Packages are delivered by USPS and shipping is FREE. We look forward to seeing you at our webinar.

*Please note: Multiple kits are not required for additional children unless desired. The YCC kit is meant to provide an example of several items discussed during this children’s educational program, and can be shared among a small group as needed. These kits are intended to supply some basic numismatic objects to facilitate learning, that may not already be available in some households.

Packages are delivered by USPS and domestic shipping is Free. For international shipping, please contact sgelberd@money.org instead of using the order form to make arrangements.